Please forgive me for not commenting on the movie, but this appears to be the only way I can submit feedback about this item.
This movie is sold as a Triple Play, containing a Blu-Ray, DVD and Digital Copy of the film, but upon attempting to access the digital copy a message has come up to say that it has now 'expired'. I do not understand how this is even a possibility.
I am all too familiar with limited offers when it comes to buying Blu-Rays or DVDs, but these are usually advertised via a sticker which is easily removable once the promotion is over, and NOT as part of the packaging.
If the cover of this movie had said that it was a Double Play (Blu-Ray and DVD), and then a sticker or paper insert proclaimed that a bonus digital copy was available for a limited period, then that would be understandable, but that is not how they have done it.
I have bought a specifically-labelled "Triple Play", so I should be entitled to this, in the same way that I am entitled to the DVD and Blu-Ray copies of the film. Obviously it is Warner Brothers that are to blame here, and I wonder how they think this is fair?
I would love to hear from other people in a similar position. This is extremely shady practice from Warners.