This brings up so many things in my mind, and I wish I could talk about all of them. Instead, I could say a few things about this issue. I don't know if something like that would happen again, and I personally don't think it stopped too many people from going to the movie theater (and lots of them went to see the new Batman movie). Other people may feel as if they're more comfortable watching a movie at home on their personal television or computer. I haven't been to the movie theater in a while. *sighs* After the incident, I didn't think it could happen again, because I knew how advanced the Holmes guy's attacks were. He was "highly prepared". The movie going experience - aside from the high prices - is magical, in my eyes. I'd never want it to completely disappear. Do you prefer to watch movies at home instead of going out to the theater after the "Movie Theater Massacre" event?