I have been going less and less to the cinema these days. I have only been to "300", "Pirates of the Carribean", "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix", "The Bourne Ultimatum", and now "The Invasion", so far this year. Today, while going to "The Invasion", some rowdy rude talking (cell phone using) teenagers were disrupting the movie and my enjoyment of it. A gentlemen further in front of me (I always sit in the back row) asked the teenagers to quiet down, but they ignored him. No one complained to the cinema staff. Granted, the movie was kinda of silly in a few parts and does attract teenagers looking for a thrill and sci-fi horror show. During "The Bourne Ultimatum" a person next to me was coughing and disrupting the movie too, and someone spilled their drink and moved to a row in front of me blocking my view, so I had to move. Oh yes, I did see "Live Free or Die Hard" too, making my total viewing this year to 6. During which a person with a cold started coughing and sneezing. I gather (from a tv blurb segment on a tv news channel) says that the cinema going experience is not that entertaining anymore, and with the advent of the dvd revolution, more people are saving their money to watch and buy the movie on dvd (or renting it). I think I will be waiting for the dvd release (a mere 4-6 months after the theatrical debut) more often these days, especially if you want to collect a movie on dvd that you really like and will most likely watch more than once over the next year or two to get your money's worth (and with the dvd prices up to 40% off, they are certainly affordable nowadays, unlike when VHS ruled the marketplace, and LaserDiscs were too expensive too).