It seems that the extra publicity of p2p users saying how good it was has helped pack folks into the cinemas for a multimillion dollar bonanza http://www.slyck.com/news.php?story=798
Well I,m sure they will more than break even on this in cinema tickets, ringtones, spin off products and advertising gimmicks.
Its a great film folks and once you seen it at the cinema you might also buy it on dvd when its available, and thats the problem .
The initial delay in releasing the dvd which is a manouver calculated to keep our cinemas open, allows rampant bootlegging of the film, a few grainy p2p swapped versions dont really alter this very much, in fact as has been shown, folks like to go to the cinema to see all the spectacular imagery and audio effects that are just not available in your front room.
Whilst I am often outspoken on certain issues, I do not begrudge anyone there living and would advise purchasing a great product if its availble, putting reasonable price tickets on many products would enable scale economies to negate most losses, I mean who wants a an inferior product if its avaiable reasonably priced. Think big Hollywood.