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AlexOi
07-21-10, 11:20 AM
I apologize if someone has posted it already. I bought the kung fu hustle blu ray from Target (on sale this week) for $9.99 and it comes with $10 movie ticket for these movie:

Eat Pray Love,
Salt,
Other Guys.

The coupon will expire on 10/9/10.

I can't wait to see Salt this Friday.

Sweet Baby James
07-21-10, 11:29 AM
Never apologize for posting a deal. Thanks.:)

Kedrix
07-21-10, 11:34 AM
Anything else besides Kung Fu Hustle with the movie money? Other Guys looks hilarious. Looking over the Target Ad, also @ $9.99 this week is

Speed
Dracula
Super Troopers
Terminator
Major League
Speed Racer

wonder if the others might have movie money....hrmmmm.

Obi-Wan Jabroni
07-21-10, 11:42 AM
I apologize if someone has posted it already. I bought the kung fu hustle blu ray from Target (on sale this week) for $9.99 and it comes with $10 movie ticket for these movie:

Eat Pray Love,
Salt,
Other Guys.

The coupon will expire on 10/9/10.

I can't wait to see Salt this Friday.

You can also use the coupon for $10 e-concession cash. Last week I bought Rudy at Target for 9.99, and it had this same offer attached to it (and Rudy still shows as 9.99 on the Target website).

Last weekend the wife and I went to see Toy Story 3, and we didn't pay a dime for anything (movie money from TS Blu's + Concession Cash from Rudy)

AlexOi
07-21-10, 11:56 AM
Thanks for telling me about the e-concession cash. I have no idea what it is. I did a google search and found these movies may come with $10 movie ticket.


Bram Stoker's Dracula
Dogma
Hitch
Into the Blue
In the Line of Fire
Revolver
Seven Pounds
S.W.A.T.
The Big Hit
Urban Legend

Obi-Wan Jabroni
07-21-10, 12:02 PM
Thanks for telling me about the e-concession cash. I have no idea what it is.

It means you can use it to buy food at the concession stand.

AlexOi
07-21-10, 12:17 PM
I have question about the movie money. If I buy 2 tickets, does it take $10 off the total or just take 1 ticket off?

cgray
07-21-10, 01:04 PM
I believe it is worded something like this: "Good for one ticket, up to $10 off"

dukedynamo1
07-21-10, 11:59 PM
I have question about the movie money. If I buy 2 tickets, does it take $10 off the total or just take 1 ticket off?

$10 off 1 ticket.

Solid Snake
07-22-10, 12:49 AM
I apologize if someone has posted it already. I bought the kung fu hustle blu ray from Target (on sale this week) for $9.99 and it comes with $10 movie ticket for these movie:

Eat Pray Love,
Salt,
Other Guys.

The coupon will expire on 10/9/10.

I can't wait to see Salt this Friday.

If you watch that over The Expendables you're not worth being a man. ..

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Kedrix
07-22-10, 01:51 PM
Thanks for telling me about the e-concession cash. I have no idea what it is. I did a google search and found these movies may come with $10 movie ticket.


Bram Stoker's Dracula
Dogma
Hitch
Into the Blue
In the Line of Fire
Revolver
Seven Pounds
S.W.A.T.
The Big Hit
Urban Legend

I can confirm for sure the following have the cash: (it is listed right on the package)

Kung Fu Hustle
Seven Pounds
In the Line of Fire
Rudy

But that's it, the others that Alex listed might also be legit, but the ones I mentioned are not unfortunately. The Target I went didn't have much left at bargain price anyhow so I didn't leave with anything. Wishful thinking on my part I suppose.

toldawg128
07-22-10, 04:44 PM
Picked up Kung-fu hustle w/movie ticket, thanks OP.

It says it's for $10 movie ticket OR $10 concession cash.

I also saw Knight's Tale for $14.99 w/movie ticket.

Since the code is on the back of the sticker, you could probably just buy it, peel it off, then return the movie. Not that I'd do that.

Kory
07-22-10, 10:29 PM
I've never seen "Kung Fu Hustle," but Bill Murray just gave it his ringing endorsement, so I'm considering it, since I plan on seeing "The Other Guys" anyway. Hmmm.

flagstone
07-23-10, 02:06 PM
In this instance, at least, Bill Murray is a wise man. :up:

Pointyskull
07-23-10, 02:20 PM
Picked up Kung-fu hustle w/movie ticket, thanks OP.

It says it's for $10 movie ticket OR $10 concession cash.


Sweet!

Obi-Wan Jabroni
07-23-10, 02:24 PM
Since the code is on the back of the sticker, you could probably just buy it, peel it off, then return the movie. Not that I'd do that.

Or you could probably just peel it right off of the movie on the shelf, if you can do it without ripping the plastic wrap.

AlexOi
07-23-10, 03:21 PM
Or you could probably just peel it right off of the movie on the shelf, if you can do it without ripping the plastic wrap.

You cannot because the movie is inside the pastic case that the cashier will have to unlock after you paid.

Obi-Wan Jabroni
07-23-10, 04:34 PM
You cannot because the movie is inside the pastic case that the cashier will have to unlock after you paid.

I've never been in a Target that keeps their movies in plastic cases. When I picked up Rudy last week, there was no case on it, and I've seen other BD's just sitting on the shelf with that offer on them with nothing to protect the sticker.

lordzeppelin
07-24-10, 11:17 AM
Is the Blu of Kung-Fu Hustle the Hong Kong cut or the bullshit US cut that was on the original DVD. Anyone?

Edit - did some research, and apparently the Blu is CUT, and not like the "Axe-Kicking Edition" DVD that came out (which contained the UNCUT version of the film). $10 or not, fuck that noise. I'll order this movie from overseas...

flix1
07-24-10, 11:29 AM
I've never been in a Target that keeps their movies in plastic cases. When I picked up Rudy last week, there was no case on it, and I've seen other BD's just sitting on the shelf with that offer on them with nothing to protect the sticker.
I concur.

So far, Target only does this (or something similar) for video games. I have never seen any movies that are not accessible or in any type of individual locked case.

Pointyskull
07-24-10, 11:30 AM
I've never been in a Target that keeps their movies in plastic cases. When I picked up Rudy last week, there was no case on it, and I've seen other BD's just sitting on the shelf with that offer on them with nothing to protect the sticker.

The Target I went to for Kung-Fu Hustle had the BDs in the clerk-must-unlock plastic case :shrug:

cgray
07-24-10, 01:24 PM
Argh! Plea for help from fellow DVDTalkers.
I was able to successfully redeem one code, so I know that cookies on my computer isn't a problem, etc.

On the second code, I got a page that the site was experiencing a lot of traffic. This occurred after I clicked "continue" from the previews page (after I entered my code). Because I had never been given the option to print, I started over, but it said the code has been redeemed. So, I emailed, but can't imagine getting an email back on a Saturday.

Wife and I are going to see Salt tonight. I have no doubt that customer service will make sure that I get a valid code back. If anybody is willing to provide their code (or fax, scan/email, etc.) or their printed ticket, I will get a code back to them this coming week when I hear back from customer service. Thanks!

Edit: Stopped at Target to get another one to try again. Same error message, same thing happens that the code states it has been redeemed. Salt opens and their site (to me anyway) appears to be down. Has anyone printed out a ticket today?

sotra
07-24-10, 02:21 PM
You should get an email with a link to a pdf document in case you couldn't print it originally. At least that's how movie cash worked for me before with Despicable Me etc.

cgray
07-24-10, 02:36 PM
Yep, that's how the first one worked. No confirmation email followed. Just crashed in the middle of redemption, it seems.

jnyahay
07-24-10, 03:44 PM
Add A Few Good Men to the list as well.

sotra
07-25-10, 01:25 AM
I got Seven Pounds, Dracula and Final Fantasy Spirits within with tickets/cash on them, but will probably return FFSW after readi g bad reviews. Saw Kung Fu Hustle, but 5 copies had no sticker. I honestly thought that was a terrible movie parody that came out several years ago, but I must've gotten them mixed up :)

Kory
07-25-10, 12:08 PM
Is the Blu of Kung-Fu Hustle the Hong Kong cut or the bullshit US cut that was on the original DVD. Anyone?

Edit - did some research, and apparently the Blu is CUT, and not like the "Axe-Kicking Edition" DVD that came out (which contained the UNCUT version of the film). $10 or not, fuck that noise. I'll order this movie from overseas...

Can anybody else comment on this? I was going to blind buy this Blu-ray, but after this post, I think you can count me out.

lordzeppelin
07-27-10, 07:15 PM
Can anybody else comment on this? I was going to blind buy this Blu-ray, but after this post, I think you can count me out.

What, you don't believe me? For real, it's the US cut, meaning it has some blood and a couple of shots completely removed from the film. The HK version of the blu is all-region, and uncut. I believe the US cut is 95 minutes, and the international/HK cut is a bit longer. I'll have to pull my region 3 DVD out...

emachine12
07-27-10, 07:44 PM
What, you don't believe me? For real, it's the US cut, meaning it has some blood and a couple of shots completely removed from the film. The HK version of the blu is all-region, and uncut. I believe the US cut is 95 minutes, and the international/HK cut is a bit longer. I'll have to pull my region 3 DVD out...

Yep, the US and Canadian Blu-ray are the US cut of the film with violence and bodily fluids/waste removed.

The UK, Australian, Hong Kong, and South Korean BDs are the complete Hong Kong version of the film.

izatright
07-27-10, 08:38 PM
Can anybody else comment on this? I was going to blind buy this Blu-ray, but after this post, I think you can count me out.
Actually the length of the cut and uncut versions are a matter of seconds. You won't feel like you're getting a longer, more complete film by buying the blu as much as getting one with less blood and feces. If you can't stand that they edited out some blood and feces, then you should wait for the uncut blu.

If it's a matter of preference, I'd PREFER getting the uncut version, but since we're talking about getting the blu free because we're going to see the movie anyway, this is a pretty good release. Another way to look at it is $5 blu + $5 movie ticket. Either way, I'd go for it.

AlexOi
07-29-10, 02:41 PM
Amazon also has it for $9.99. It also gives you $4 promotional credit for eligible movies and TV shows from Amazon Video On Demand. I am not sure if it comes with the $10 movie ticket.

http://www.amazon.com/Kung-Hustle-Blu-ray-Stephen-Chow/dp/B000F9RB8A/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=dvd&qid=1280428459&sr=8-1