The Last of the Mohicans (1992) is an Oscar-winning film starring Daniel Day-Lewis and Madeleine Stowe that was lead by renowned director Michael Mann. Mann co-wrote the screenplay with Christopher Crowe based on adaptions and the novel by James Fenimore Cooper. The film was edited and released to a “Director’s Definitive Cut” in 2010, which is just two minutes longer than the original theatrical version running one hour and fifty two minutes.
Today only, Apple iTunes has The Last of the Mohicans Director’s Definitive Cut for just $4.99, available to download in 1080p as a 4.26GB file, or in SD as a 1.75GB file (recommended for smaller screens and mobile devices). The movie can also be streamed without downloading to save on storage space. [Note: This deal has expired.]
To compare, The Last of the Mohicans Director’s Definitive Cut in HD from Google Play costs $14.99 and from Vudu $13.99. Apple typically sells the title for $14.99 in HD.
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