As the I.T. Director for my corporation, I am often invited to exclusive events, with the intent that someone will sell me something. Yesterday, I attended an event by Citrix that had the enticement of screening the film "The Dark Knight Rises" before it was released to the public. It's a good movie, well done in every respect. Without offering a spoiler, I can say that there is a particular scene where 4 gunmen enter a movie theater from behind the screen. Initially the audience is shown watching the screen, and you see shadows form behind it as the gunmen walk forward. When they get close, they open fire on the audience and walk through the screen, presumably killing everyone in the theater. In Colorado, a gunman acted out this scene in real life, murdering 12 people. The gunman had clearly either seen the movie in prerelease or had seen the cut in question. Either way, there is no question that this was his influence. So what level of responsibility does Hollywood bear for incidents like this? Any? Thoughts?