When a Movie company makes a movie and there is a "Master" disc. That should belong to the company or group of people that make it. Now, the DVD gets
copied mass produced and put out for the masses. Are the copyrights for the disk broken when the "Master" is duped for mass production, then sold at profit to the end user who might have already paid once to see it in the theater? Just a question that should needs some light shone on it. IMO when you go to the movies and PAY to see it there, when you leave you should be able to get a copy of the DVD when you leave. I mean you did just basically, rent the movie when you go to theater. If I'm going to pay today's going rate at the theater, I want more than just popcorn stuck between my teeth when I leave. Just my thoughts.