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I bought the movie/digital copy in Canada. I typed in the code at DigitalCopyPlus.com/Frozen and then it says it will take me to iTunes. It takes me to the Frozen movie in iTunes and only offers me to purchase it or rent it.
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I live in Canada and had no issues accessing or downloading all the content for Frozen from the US BluRay package I purchased yesterday in the states. I went to the site, entered the code, selected the iTunes delivery option, and it came across fine today.
There was that silly little known-glitch around having to exit from iTunes, re-opening the app and then authorizing my computer before I could actually play it, but that seems to be par for the course for iTunes with most Disney digital downloads.
Did you find a solution to this issue? I also had (have) the same issue (with USA purchase). I'm guessing you selected the option for iTunes AND HD digital download (as I did) rather than the iTunes only option as jwnrw suggest. I had the same results; when selecting the play in iTunes option after what appears to be the the completion of the transaction; it launches iTunes but takes you to a purchase screen with no option for entering the code. When going back to the DigitalCopyPlus site and trying again (even if trying the iTunes only option), it identifies the code as already being redeemed and again provides a "play in iTunes" button which again launches iTunes back to the purchase page. Does not show up under "Purchased" nor in the iTunes check for downloads option; which is where your purchases can get hung up should something interfere with the original download.
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VIDEO and AUDIOIf you're not into the whole in-home 3D thing, then Frozen's Blu-ray leaves no room for improvement. This direct digital transfer dazzles just as it should, both visually and aurally. The visuals, which measure the non-standard 2.24:1 the case promises, offer much to admire, from freeze-framing Rapunzel and Flynn's blink and miss cameo to appreciating the detail used in lighting shots. The 7.1 DTS-HD master audio commands much notice too with its active, robust, and spry mix of elements. As usual, Disney authors the discs with branching so that your language selection is reflected in the film's text and graphics. The lack of even a Disney Song Selection feature to approximate the sing-along presentation sent to theaters in January points to a superior release down the line. BONUS FEATURES, MENUS, PACKAGING and DESIGNStudios have been scaling back their bonus feature efforts for years. Disney's treatment of their newest animated features went downhill beginning with Chicken Little. Frozen extends the tradition, getting accompanied by a nice collection of extras but not one that will take you multiple sittings to get through.First up, "The Making of Frozen" (3:18) is not the routine featurette it sounds like. It's a short music video which finds voice actors Josh Gad, Jonathan Groff, and Kristen Bell leading a crew of Disney animators (or professional singers and dancers) around the Disney Animation Building. They reveal almost nothing at all about the film's making, which is the joke. Infectious and peppy, though, it is sure to be watched and revisited more than your usual making-of materials.Next, "D'frosted: Disney's Journey from Hans Christian Andersen to Frozen" (7:28) looks at how Andersen's writings almost made an impact at Disney many decades ago. Costume designer Alice Davis, the widow of Marc Davis (one of Walt's Nine Old Men), shares with Frozen's directors concept art from a snowy theme park attraction her husband was developing. We also learn that besides considering adapting The Little Mermaid back in the 1940s, Disney's studio was sought to contribute animation to the Andersen biopic that presumably was realized without them, with Danny Kaye playing the author. There's some good context, but again no light is shed on the making of Frozen. (In case you're confused, the D in "D'frosted" is in the Disney font.) Four deleted scenes presented in story reel format run 6 minutes and 51 seconds with introductions from directors Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee. They include two early attempts to introduce Kristoff and a scene of the sisters trying different outfits in a dressing room.Frozen's theatrical accompaniment, Get a Horse! (6:08), whose loss of the Best Animated Short award to Mr. Hublot represented the biggest surprise of this month's boring Oscar ceremony, is included here in 7.1 DTS-HD MA sound. After a terrified child spoiled my big screen viewing, I was disappointed to find I didn't miss much. It opens looking like a newly-unearthed, meticulously restored, late-1920s black and white Mickey Mouse cartoon, but comes to make use of color, CGI, and 3D. Gimmicky and never that interesting, the short loses something without its 3D effects and even with those, this feels like a theme park short you'd be disappointed to have waited in a line for. For the record, this is the eighth Mickey Mouse short nominated for the Best Animated Short Oscar, only to lose. Mickey's only win came for his supporting role in Pluto's Lend a Paw. We get four music videos (15:42) for different renditions of the end credits version of "Let It Go." First and most familiar should be Demi Lovato's version. The blonde once-troubled former "Sonny with a Chance" star sings in what resembles a vacant palace. Then, Martina Stoessel, an Argentine teenager who's apparently best known for playing the title role of long-running Disney Channel Latin American sitcom "Violetta", records the song in both Spanish and Italian. Finally, Marsha Milan handles the Malaysian translation. Each video alternates between performance and clips from the film; Stoessel's are just about identical except for the lyrics, while the other two differ slightly with Milan exploring snowy environments. The set's one unsubtitled section, these represent a missed opportunity to teach a language.Finally, unmentioned on the case, Frozen's teaser trailer (1:32) is included. In the spirit of Tangled's marketing, this discouraging yet apparently wildly effective wordless promo features Olaf and Sven chasing after the same carrot on ice, bearing little resemblance to the film it advertises.The same DVD sold separately, the combo pack's secondary platter only includes "Get a Horse!", the four music videos, and Frozen's teaser trailer. There's ample room for more, so standard def viewers have sufficient reason to be bummed that the deleted scenes and "making of" song weren't included.The discs open with trailers for Sleeping Beauty: Diamond Edition Blu-ray, Muppets Most Wanted, and The Pirate Fairy. The Sneak Peeks listing adds spots for Disney Movie Rewards, Disney Parks, Adventures by Disney, and Disneynature's Bears, before repeating the three disc-openers.The menu plays silent clips from the film in snowflakes while playing a bit of suite.A booklet providing your Disney Movie Rewards code and a sheet promoting Disney Movie Club join the two plainly-labeled discs inside the side-snapped Blu-ray case that's topped by an embossed slipcover.CLOSING THOUGHTSDisney Animation's most widely embraced film in nearly twenty years, Frozen restores luster to the world's oldest cartoon studio. I'm happy for the tradition it advances, but somewhat puzzled by the reception. While I find it reasonably entertaining and well-produced, this musical doesn't resonate for me beyond that and doesn't really stand out among either the canon or 2013's cinematic output.Disney's Blu-ray combo pack delivers a superb presentation of the film and not so much in the way of bonus features. It's inevitable that Frozen will get a better edition somewhere down the line and I could even see it occurring as soon as this Christmas. At the very least, it's owed a Blu-ray 3D release. If I was a plain old customer instead of a critic, I'd probably be okay waiting to see if a fuller set emerges. But this release will do just fine for those with greater appreciation for the film and the families who have already made multiple contributions to its extraordinary bottom line.Buy Frozen from Amazon.com: Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy / DVD / Instant Video 041b061a72