It's getting to the point where I'm afraid to go online lest a movie I've been anticipating for months be spoiled two weeks or more before hand. "Revenge of the Sith" is becoming a bastard to avoid spoilers for, to mixed results. "Serenity" spoilers after those ten fan screenings prove the same deal. And I already feel like I know the entire plot of "Batman Begins". Am I the only one who misses the days when preview screenings were only for film critics that released their reviews in an easily avoidable place usually only a day or so before the film itself comes out? Am I only the one who feels that people should be generally content to see the film on its RELEASE DATE? I genuinely want to know. It's a troubling trend that scores points in the die-hard fan circles but leaves the less hardcore internet-savvy fan having to run for cover with each entertainment site he or she visits.