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It's a question we thought we'd never need to ask: Are you going to see "The Dark Knight Rises" this weekend?
In light of the tragic shooting in Aurora, Colo., people are no longer wondering how many times they'll see the film, but if they want to keep their plans to spend time in the multiplex watching the finale to Christopher Nolan's epic superhero trilogy at all.
The possibility of an incident like this had occurred to me before, though more in context of terrorism. Not changing any plans. @ChrisGomez37
Not changing my plans. Maybe going will be a tribute to those who lost life trying to do something so simple as seeing a movie. @MikeABauer
Yes for me. I'll probably wait like three weeks to see it now. It's so scary. @Pixie_Lim
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No way! A totally isolated incident. It's terrible that 1 person w/evil intentions can turn a night of fun into tragedy. - @bpelletier1
That's the meaning of the term "terror", to keep you away from your usual life and make you live in a constant fear. - @jobtejas
That's a good question. The answer is yes for me. Definitely re-thinking attending the movie this weekend. @TwiExaminer
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Not afraid to go to the Movies, just feels weird to go to this a.m. showing of TKDR after this sad news. @20011v
No. I can get shot up in a mall/on the street just the same as the theater. 1 crazy won't keep me for doing something I love. - @ForReelBlog
Def. gonna see it again in IMAX asap. Isolated instances of absolute lunacy are just that - isolated. Gotta have perspective. - @thesubstream
Hell no! F**k that guy! @MediaWaltz
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