Kimberly and Sea,
Thanks so very much for your honest opinion...gave this some more thought last evening, and this is what comes to mind....
We humans seem to forget things of this nature, we don't mean to, it is just part of human nature...to not want to think about or face the bad stuff.
Oft times I wonder about the families of those who lost their lives in this senseless tragedy. Where are they today, how are their children, how are they're spouses doing?
After much thought, in my heart, I believe to revisit this event through the movie would be a tribute to them.
To let them know that they are still in our hearts mind and prayers. And you know something, why should I care if I cry and others see me? Maybe I won't...doesn't matter, what matters is, that we don't forget this ever.
Unfortunately, Not all events in life are kind happy ones...and this particular event, should be learned from on a grand scale of a whole lot of emotions. They were part of our community, our neighbors and friends...they are real people, and I'm not in the least offended by the fact that they've made this a movie. I think it's a good thing and a good memory for those families.
And so, just my thoughts, no one is wrong for their decission to see it or not...especially with the new threat this morning.
Ironically, this mornings threat was a topic of conversation last evening with a very dear friend.
Many thanks for your input.