nearly all of the movie that i have owned on VHS, DVD, digital copy, bluray, and on dvr i've seen at a movie theater, starting with Snow White and the Seven Dwarves during the mid to late 1980s, up to preordering Star Trek Into Darkness 3D edition. Back then, the movie theater experience was unforgettable and was worth the money to go see. Nowadays, advancements in home theater technology have made going to the movies a rarity. Blame it on cellphones, talking, smells, blurry picture, bad sound, people walking around you, and the price. Not only that, but you can't ask the projector to stop the movie when you go to the bathroom (my suggestion is go see a movie with another person so that he/she can tell you what he missed so that person can see it on bluray). The home theater experience has changed the way people see movies, just as television forced people to stay home and watch movies and tv shows. This is also true for sporting events. The picture and sound quality are much better than the movie theater, and thanks to streaming technology it comes to you fast.