Tuesday , August 22 2017

Mission Impossible, Minions and Jurassic Park bundles now available on Google Play Movies & TV

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Movie collectors are going to be able to get a few new collections from Google Play Movies & TV with Mission Impossible, Minions and Jurassic Park collections now available to purchase.

The collections join the Star Wars, Fast & Furious and James Bond focused Daniel Craig and Sean Connery collections which have appeared recently, though these new bundles are more complete than the Bond offerings.

The Minions collection contains the recently released Minions movies, as well as the original Despicable Me 1 & 2 movies as well as the various short movie collections they’ve released in the intervening years. The Mission Impossible bundle contains all 5 MI movies, including the latest movie, Rogue Nation. The Jurassic Park collection contains the original trilogy, as well as the newest Jurassic World movie.

Pricing is pretty decent for the bundles, saving you a little from purchasing them individually:
Jurassic Park – HD:$52.99 SD:$43.99
Minions – HD:$44.99 SD:$37.99
Mission Impossible – HD:$59.95 SD:$39.95

If you’re a movie collector and you want to add these movies to your collections head over to Google Play Movies & TV now to grab them while you can.

 
Source: Google Play Movies & TV.

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