For me? Personally? Absolutely. My wife and I spend $20 on tickets, another $10 on popcorn, $10 on snacks etc., so some dipshit can play amateur MST3K and try out their "tight 5" on who's fuck-worthy while we're trying to watch America's Ass save the day.
Honestly, that's about what other streaming services are charging for "new" movies (Invisible Man, Trolls World Tour, etc.), but the fact that it's on their already-existing streaming service is definitely a bone of contention. The other is: just because I hate the experience of going to a theater, doesn't mean I want it to be unavailable for anyone.
So in a vacuum: I'm gonna grumble, but I'm fine paying for it (not this one in-particular, the whole 'live-action remake of our IPs for copyright reasons" is a whole other kettle of hands), but I do not want movie theaters to all shut down permanently, especially the smaller ones going for a boutique experience (more expensive tickets, but bigger seats, better concessions, etc.).
So I'd still love to go to theaters for stuff like a special screening or a smaller experience, but paying $20-30 to stream onto my TV while we make nachos and enjoy the silence? I'm here for it.