Awesome movie, horrible rental price. $20 is a buying price. And yes Jeremy the movie industry does have to make their money. But that's what theaters and buying copies of the movie are for. They made $127.8 million dollars in box-office and the film budget was only 9 million. So I'd say they made their profit and payed everyone involved already. So the $20 rental fee is unnecessary. That's Google trying to make a profit. Not the film industry.
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I agree with Mr. Hatfield, it's a solid movie good acting and it's nice to b able to see it cheaper, early, and in the comfort of my own home. It seems like a decent compromise for every1 invovled. The movie/production companies, and us. If u don't like the price dnt pay it. The Common, Ratchet, bottom feeders should realize too that as soon as movies r put on Google, Redbox, ppv on-demand ect. A perfect hd 1080 copy is bootlegged to several free streaming sites.
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Great movie, definitely reccomend it. And people that are complaining about $20 rental, it's an in theater movie, brought to our homes for us to enjoy so we dont have to get out. We had 4 family members watch it in our living room without leaving the house, its would have been $40 in tickets and gas to get there and then food.