I disagree, I think it makes films more of an event and worth not sitting at home and watching it on netflix. It's an experience. More stuff is being pushed out on digital but I also care less, I feel like I go through a ton of movies a week on netflix but when I go to the theater I have a way better time enjoying the actual film. I agree the ease of use is good for some, but I think its kind of cool to make it a big deal.
I'm surprised at the amount of comments on here that said digital looks better. I saw the imax 70mm in lincoln square in nyc (the biggest in the u.s.?) I have never seen projection that good. I didn't notice any soft shots. I thought the movie was everything it needed to be, entertaining.
I can't even count the times I've seen dcp and have noticed moire and aliasing. (although when I've complained they've given me free movie tickets). I thought that was some of the faults of recent movies. Roger Deakins lately has been using it, and it made prisoners look like a made for tv movie.
I don't really agree with Tarantino on a lot of things, but he's kinda got a good point. I like seeing the scruffs on an old print of a movie thats been ran a bunch of times. There's something nice about it.