Aurora move theater re-opens
AURORA, Colo. -- The Colorado theater where twelve movie-goers lost their lives last summer is open again.
The theater under went a $1 million renovation in the six months since the tragic shooting rampage that injured dozens of people, some of who attended the re-opening.
"I feel like I'm a different person for coming, and that brings about some healing. And just like with my arm, it's going to take some time to heal, and for this community to like really bond, but I think the theater reopening just shows that we're moving forward," said Marcus Weaver, shooting victim.
Some victims said the remembrance event was offensive to their loved ones memories, saying the theater should have been torn down.