10 HD movies for 10 bucks is not a bad deal, depending upon how many stinkers are in the movie bundle, and Apple is offering six different $10 movie bundles to celebrate 10 years of offering movies via iTunes.
The 10 HD movies for $9.99 are broken down by entertainment studios; the deal is only available on iTunes in the US. Apple’s anniversary movie sales are “limited time offers;” the following bundles are advertised on iTunes as “today only.”
Apple is offering titles from Warner Bros., Universal Studios, Sony, Paramount and two sets from Lionsgate.
Today’s selection of 10 for $10 Warner Bros. films include: The Judge, Live Die Repeat: Edge of Tomorrow, Pacific Rim, Magic Mike, Contagion, The Town, The Hangover, Sex and the City: The Movie, 300 and Superman Returns.
The Universal Studios bundle includes Ride Along, Identify Thief, Rush, Snow White & the Huntsman (Extended Edition), The Adjustment Bureau, Little Fockers, It’s Complicated, Forgetting Sarah Marshall (Unrated), Knocked Up (Unrated) and Inside Man.
Films in the Sony Pictures bundle include: The Monument Men, Captain Phillips, To Rome With Love, Moneyball, The Social Network, Easy A, Julie & Julia, Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist, The Pursuit of Happyness and The Da Vinci Code (Extended Cut).
The Lionsgate 1 titles which Apple bundled for $10 include: Divergent, Now You See Me, Warm Bodies, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Margin Call, Warrior, The Switch, Kick-Ass, Twilight (Extended Edition) and No Country for Old Men.
Then there’s another bundle Apple called Lionsgate 2; it includes: Ender’s Game, Mud, The Impossible, Arbitrage, The Cabin in the Woods, The Hunger Games, The Expendables, The Cove, Gone Baby Gone and The Queen.
The Paramount Pictures titles include: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, Selma, The Wolf of Wall Street, Flight, No Strings Attached, The Fighter (2010), Up in the Air, Tropic Thunder (Director’s Cut), The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Zodiac.
If you are interested, then you better jump on it since the listed $9.99 movie bundles are available only for today.
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