Some Americans seeking a break from economic news may be sitting in the dark in movie theaters—but they're apparently not eating their Raisinets. That's the news from two cinema companies reporting a major munchie drop off. Conventional wisdom holds that people can always afford a movie. Not so. Admission revenue fell 6.9% and concession revenue decreased 8.3% at Carmike Cinemas' 250 theaters this quarter over last year, reports Reuters. "This is a challenging economic environment.," said a spokesman.