User review making fun of Aurora theater shooting still on Movietimes.com months later
Here's a new screen capture of the aforementioned user review:
This message is no longer at the top of the string, however. Above it is one that criticizes Movietimes.com and, presumably, yours truly for writing about the situation:
That's followed by a message that shows compassion for those killed or wounded in the assault....
...and a third note features a similar theme.
At Cinemark's Aurora Century 16 page, meanwhile, there were no listings for any future date as of yesterday -- but there was the following graphic and line of condolence.
As Patricia Calhoun reported yesterday, victims and survivors will be able to tour the refurbished space today and tomorrow, while the general public can begin patronizing the venue on Thursday.
How many will attend? And will they they do so for ghoulish reasons or merely to catch a flick without charge? We'll know more when the lights go down.
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