Last night my wife and I and 2 other couples went to see Whiskey, Tango, Foxtrot. (Better movie than the critics give it credit for). But the theater apparently not expecting a rush on a Sunday evening was woefully understaffed, out of some concession items and not very clean. Since my brain/mouth filter stops working when I am annoyed (they were out of CF Diet Coke again) I told the manager (that's how understaffed they were as he was working the concession stand) that they need to get their crap together because I just built a HT with a big screen and with movies now hitting PPV less than 3 months after leaving the theater, I was losing reasons to come to the movies very quickly. But my point here is the new Star Wars will go from release (12/15) to PPV (4/1) and DVD/BR (4/5) in just over 3 months. Why even bother to go to the theater and see it? Between the 6 of us, we dropped over $100 to see this movie. We could wait until June/July, spend $4.99 on PPV and sit in the comfort of my own house watching this movie. With better food. At a time when the economy is not great, why are theaters not doing everything they can to enhance the experience (think baseball parks) instead of making me wish I had not bothered?