Typically, a Blu-ray movie takes up about 25GB to 35GB of storage. This is far too much data for most people to stream or download using iTunes, so Apple compresses movies to about a tenth of that size.
A digital movie takes up no physical space and, unless you keep all your movies downloaded, you don't even need any digital storage to stream it. What's more, all your movies are always with you, anywhere in the world that you can get online.
There's also no getting up to change the disc in the Blu-ray player. If you want to watch a digital movie, all you need to do is select it in your library and hit play. Sure there might be a slight delay while you wait for the download or stream to buffer, but it's still quicker than changing the disc and waiting for a Blu-ray to load.
You can get bonus features with both physical and digital movie purchases. However, most of the time you get far more bonus features with a Blu-ray than what you get through iTunes and other digital stores. This is especially true for commentary tracks, which seem to be something of a rarity for digital movie purchases.
It's also worth remembering that one of the most common \"bonus features\" for Blu-rays is in fact a digital download code. So it's entirely possible to avoid choosing between physical and digital movies if you pick your purchases wisely.
Chase, Adam, and Bree start doing chores around the house to earn an allowance like Leo does. However, it goes awry when they get greedy and accidentally sell an old jewelry box Davenport was fixing for Tasha. Meanwhile, Leo wants to see a new Pig Zombie film which Tasha forbids him to go to. He gets Davenport to go with him, with Davenport not knowing Tasha said no. Later, Davenport finds out about the jewelry box's disappearance and punishes Chase, Adam, and Bree by making them do every filthy, disgusting chore in the house without their bionics for a month. Meanwhile, when Tasha finds out that Leo disobeyed her and lied to Davenport, she grounds Leo and forbids him to watch television for a week. Tasha later allows Leo to watch the Pig Zombie movie marathon in exchange for extending Leo's grounding to a month.
After Principal Perry tells everyone a story about a ghost janitor who haunts Mission Creek High, Chase, Adam, and Leo decide to take advantage of Trent's fear of ghosts for a little revenge. However, they soon start to believe that the ghost is real when strange events occur at the school. Meanwhile, Bree and Owen have different opinions on how to decorate the gym for the homecoming dance. At the dance, Chase, Adam and Leo attempt to capture the ghost janitor, but they learn that Principal Perry was behind the whole thing with the use of special effects.
Leo is scared by a shark movie he watched at the theater, but at school when Janelle is upset about somebody screaming during the movie, Leo makes it out to be that it was Chase and Adam who were screaming. This upsets Chase and Adam, who decide to get revenge. Chase alters one of Davenport's cyborg security sharks with hover technology so it will float, and he and Adam unleash it in the house to scare Leo in front of Janelle. However, the shark goes haywire and activates two other cyborg sharks, trapping Chase, Adam, Leo, and Janelle in the house. Later, Leo gathers up his courage and manages to turn the main shark off, which deactivates the others. Meanwhile, Principal Perry enlists Bree and Davenport's help to get into a country club, having them pose as her daughter and husband during an interview. Perry, nervous about the interview, begins telling lies to the interviewer, Regina. After Perry learns that Regina likes pottery, she repeatedly has Bree secretly use her super speed to travel around the world and retrieve pottery, which Perry claims as her own collection. Although Regina is impressed with the collection, she rejects Perry's membership after learning of the lies. Bree and Davenport feel bad for Perry and agree to let her spend the summer with them and the others.
Chase feels that it is unfair that he is frequently picked on by Adam, so Douglas suggests giving Chase a new bionic ability as an advantage over Adam, but Davenport opposes the idea. Chase convinces Douglas to secretly unlock a new ability for him: a \"laser bow\" weapon that resembles a large glow stick. Davenport is upset when he discovers what Douglas has done, and is also concerned how Chase's new ability will affect the team's work on missions. Meanwhile, Bree tells Leo about a contest at Tech Town in which the company's one-millionth customer will win a grand prize to meet Tech Town's founder, Franz Minsk. Leo competes to win the contest in hopes of riding the world's first anti-gravity roller coaster at Minsk's new tech theme park. When Principal Perry learns of Leo's desire to win the contest, she decides to compete against him. Leo makes multiple purchases at Tech Town and eventually becomes the one-millionth customer, but Scott informs him that family members of employees are ineligible to win the prize. As the next customer in line, Perry winds up winning the prize and riding the anti-gravity roller coaster. At the house, Douglas tries to return things to normal by making Adam the strongest again. He gives Adam a new ability, pressurized lung capacity, allowing him to forcefully exhale air. However, Chase and Adam end up fighting each other with their new abilities. Davenport convinces them that they need to start respecting each other, and Douglas agrees not to go against Davenport's orders again. However, Douglas reveals that he has already given Bree the ability to become invisible.
Gossip websites begin publishing false information about the bionic team, so Leo arranges for a live reality television series to document them, allowing people to see the truth. A film crew accompanies them live during a mission in which they attempt to fix a broken electrical transformer. However, it turns into a disaster when Adam, Bree, and Chase fight for screen time and fail to prevent a nationwide power outage, which causes the public to question their responsibility and whether they can be trusted. After the mission, the president orders the team to stay away from the public in order to let him settle things down. However, protesters have gathered outside Davenport's house, demanding that Chase, Adam, and Bree leave Mission Creek. Trying to hold back the protesters, Leo accidentally uses his bionic arm to shoot laser spheres at them, revealing that he too has bionic abilities. As the protesters become more enraged, Adam uses his super breath to blow them off the premises, thereby injuring them in the process. Chase criticizes Adam's actions and Chase, Adam, and Bree start fighting and eventually decide to dissolve the team. Three weeks later, Chase, Adam, and Bree refuse to talk to each other, but they are forced into action when Krane plans to use his own version of the Triton App to control everyone in the world, in addition to the bionic army that is under his control. Leo is made an official member of the team and gets an energy transference upgrade to his bionic arm, allowing him to absorb and give off energy. Davenport and Douglas lead a large battle against Krane and his bionic army at his junkyard hideout, where he plans to use a stolen satellite to globally transmit the Triton App signal. Most of the soldiers attack Adam and Bree, who manage to take them out. Leo battles S-1, while Chase battles a soldier known as S-3, and Davenport is injured by Krane. With time running out before the satellite transmission, Douglas tells Chase, Adam, and Bree that they can perform a risky move in which they fuse their abilities together to stop Krane. They succeed, blasting Krane into the sky and breaking his control over the soldiers. However, their victory is cut short when they learn about Davenport's battle injuries. Following surgery, Davenport remains in delicate condition.
Douglas tells Adam, Bree and Chase that his ex-girlfriend from college, now a film director named Giselle, will be making a film titled Bionic Action Hero\" based on them and starring an up-and-coming actor named Troy West. Troy and Giselle visit the island to learn about the bionic team, and Bree immediately falls for Troy. Giselle is intrigued when Douglas mentions Marcus, saying he was his greatest invention who had the combined abilities of Chase, Adam, and Bree. In the mentors' quarters, Troy explains to Bree that for the film, he needs to figure out how Chase's abilities work or Giselle will fire him. Bree downloads the information about Chase's bionic chip and gives it to Troy. He secretly gives the information to Giselle, who conspires to eliminate the team and start her own race of genetically modified androids. At the movie studio, Bree learns about Giselle and Troy's plan. During filming, Bree stops Troy before he can fire a blaster gun at Chase, Adam, Leo, and Douglas. Bree explains to everyone that Giselle only lured them to the set to kill them. Giselle then explains to them that she planned to unveil her androids until Chase, Adam, and Bree became publicly known as bionic humans, which would steal attention from her androids. Giselle also reveals that all of her film crew members are androids, including Troy. With Chase's schematics, she plans to give all of them super intelligence. However, Bree and her team have Giselle's laptop with the schematics, and Chase and Douglas unleash a virus on Giselle's computer servers to destroy her back-up copies. During a battle between the androids and the others, Troy knocks Chase unconscious and carries him away, with Giselle planning to rip out his bionic chip to learn how to implement his intelligence in the androids. The film set has been rigged to explode, but Adam, Bree, Leo, and Douglas escape. In Giselle's lab, she tells Chase that Troy is an old android model and that she has created a newer version capable of taking any appearance. Upon learning of Chase's location, Adam and Bree go to rescue him. Meanwhile, an android attacks the academy, and Leo and Douglas stay behind to stop it. At the lab, Adam and Bree fight Troy while an android tries to rip out Chase's chip. After knocking out Troy and Giselle, Adam and Bree race to Chase's side, but are too late. Giselle shows up and mockingly apologizes, but Chase appears and reveals that he is alive, while the deceased version is an android replica that he put in place to fool Giselle. She unleashes more androids, but Leo and Douglas arrive and quickly destroy them. Troy awakens and double-crosses Giselle because she was planning to replace him with a newer android model. With her out of the way, he plans on not only destroying bionic humans, but also all humans. He knocks out Giselle and takes Bree hostage, but she manages to dunk him into a sink of water, which short-circuits him. Giselle manages to escape and later retrieves the remains of Marcus from the rubble of Douglas' old lair. 153554b96e