Originally Posted by DaMovieMan
I'd just add that the film wasn't about nice or goodhearted people who donate to charity and send canned goods to children in need. It was a crime film about low lifes who steal purebred dogs and resell them to get heroin.
A redeeming character would have felt forced in this film. Where psycheoutsteve would see balance, I'd see an unnecessary trope & cliche.
Please, don't speak for me and assume what I would want to see from a film like this in terms of satisfying my interpretation of a balanced criticism on America. I don't need cliches, but I don't think an overdose of cynicism does any justice to the US either.