Could you "vote with your wallet' vs "Standard Oil Co."?
There is a fixed price of what do you pay for a movie (adjusted for length, 3D), finished.
How come, where is a "free market"?
Guess what, a game or a movie is an exclusive product, you can't just "go to the other publisher" and get the same thing there.
How can it come down to a choice "buy it or you won't get it at all" in a free market?
So "free market" doesn't really apply here.
And oh, maybe money pumped into industry is spent on improving movies? I bet 50 million $ for Tom Hanks's role in "Illuminati" improved movie a lot...
(And while prices went down, yes, number of customers has exploded. Blizzard, in the times when WoW population hit 10 million, mentioned that its total expenses were about 300 million. They made 4 times more on the subscriptions alone.)
I repeat: there is no competition on price.
And when major players on the market go DRM/always on/don't resell route, "voting with your wallet" turns you into a kind of Don Quixote.