Actually, if you step back and look at what Obama has been doing, you will see a lot of similarities between his administration and Hitler's. The fact that more people don't see this scares me a great deal.
Before anyone goes postal on me, I'm not saying Obama is the next Hitler, but there are some definite parallels. Remember, Hitler was beloved by most of the world right up until he started that little fracas in Europe.
I realize that this response will not change your mind, and probably won't even make you think about what I'm going to say, but I'll put it out here anyway.
Yes, given the situation in your post, I might just download it myself to see if it's worth my money. Or I might stream it via Netflix if it's available. Or watch the copy the original person downloaded. But if I liked it enough to buy it, guess what? I WOULD.
Personally, I don't download movies. it's just not my thing. However, I download music all the time. I give it a few listens and either purchase it or delete it. (I can usually tell if I like it in 2 playthroughs or less if I'm not constantly interrupted.) I have bought dozens of albums I would never have purchased from dozens of new artists I would never have given a chance if not for this.
Does everyone play by this same rule? No, of course not. But by me downloading it, I get to see if I like it. And if I do, I pay for it, and in turn, I expose many other people to it too. And if they like it and ask me about it, I tell them where I purchased it from. if they really like it, I'll send them links to the artist's website and/or Facebook page.
And in case your wondering, I have connected with many of those bands/artists personally via Facebook and their web forums, and told them this. A few weren't too thrilled about how I found them - most were fine with it - but they all appreciated the fact that I purchased and then promoted them to others.
Now think about how that could translate for indie films instead of music...
"IT employees are unhappy because they have to deal with whiny douche-bags, unreasonable clients, short dead-lines, lack of information, Jew companies and/or owners that won't spend the money required for a decent network, and all of the stress when the system fails and little to no gratitude when it is fixed."
I believe Toho "retired" Godzilla a few years ago for at least a decade. Given all the licensing deals Toho has with various toy manufacturers and such (most of whom were told to stop production on anything new) they may have to pursue this to just avoid being sued by their licensees.