Right, but we're talking about studios catering to people watching on their phones, where black bars on the sides make the screen seem even smaller. I agree with you: Original aspect ratios all the way. But the general public is largely ignorant about such things. Many years ago when widescreen TVs were first being introduced, a friend of mine bought one. He and his wife had two young kids and the family loved to watch movies. I was looking around at their DVDs one day, and I asked the wife, "You have a widescreen TV, so why have you bought nothing but full screen DVDs?" She replied, "Because I want it to FILL THE SCREEN, duh." I knew then that there was no hope for humanity.