After seeing "The Lego Movie" with my family last summer, I just HAD to have it. I checked availability for the movie at our local store via Walmart.com. Not in stock, but I could order it site-to-store. I'll point out that the main reason I ordered this from Walmart was for the convenience of adding it immediately to my Vudu account. If you've never created a Vudu account, or linked it to your UltraViolet locker for digital films, then you're missing out on a great way to both watch the movie and keep the actual Blu-ray disk safe and sound. It's the best part about buying Blu-ray disks through Walmart. So, yes, the movie is fantastic and as soon as I scanned my receipt's QR code into the Walmart app, Shazam! There it was in my Vudu queue. And, as promised, the purchase included both Blu-ray and DVD physical disks. The problem was the packaging. It wasn't the sturdy plastic used for most Blu-ray disks. It was thinner, flimsier...and this bothered me. As I mentioned before, I wanted to keep the physical disks safe while still enjoying the movie. By the time I got home, the container already had a crack along the bottom. Fail! (It was a VERY cold day--temp in the single digits--but still!) I don't know if this is typical packaging for site-to-store DVD/Blu-ray disks. And the disks themselves are fine. However, I was disappointed that the container cracked so quickly and wonder how well it will protect the disks in the long term. I have two grandkids to whom I'd like to be able to lend the DVD--but how will the container hold up ?