american style thinking that everyone should kneel to their cause
That's one of the points of the movie, buddy.
And typical characters, causing trouble or other nonsense (Dr.Manhattan and Adrian Veidt)
just because one has been hurt by a woman and the other one because he has had enough with people when he doesn´t even know anything about suffering.
Ozymandias hasn't had enough of people. He's changing the world using Manhattan as a scapegoat so that the hostilities that are happening abroad are instantly put on the back burner so that they can confront a much more terrible threat as a united world - Dr. Manhattan.
Manhattan was sick of people not because Silk Spectre left him, but because he was treated either like a tool or feared by the majority of the population. Couple that with the fact that he was accused of causing cancer, and the military that he worked for, for so many years, actually thought about terminating him.
Anyway almost 1 hour of the movie could have been cut off seriously, alot of it was pure nonsense which had nothing really to do with the movie itself which made it boring specially at the beginning.
The beginning is one of the best parts. It showed what happened to the first band of superheroes, and even though the majority of them did good for the people, were still looked down on for their personalities or preferences.
Rorschach was the only good hero really...
while The Comedian was a realist turning as all other men do, into a homocidal perverted maniac
He wasn't turned into anything. That's how The Comedian always was, and that's what made his character so great. He was a villain in the body of a "superhero". Try and actually pay attention to his speeches during the riot, in the bar in Vietnam, and when Nite Owl is trying to get them to start another group of superheroes going.
Dr.Manhattan was just a lame excuse and with all that power he still had the mental capacity of a stupid regular male
Oh stfu. Manhattan was there as an antithesis to the rest of the Watchmen. He was the only one with actual powers. He had all the world's understanding and all the power the universe could possibly hold in the palm of his hands. He was a being bound by no laws of time or space.
He wasn't a male, he was something much more after he was turned into what he was.
Except for Rorschach the rest felt just lame...
I'm sick and tired of people liking Rorschach just because he beats the F*** out of people.
Rorschach hurt anybody he had to in order to get information, he took his anger out on a couple of dogs who had no way of knowing that what they were eating was a little girl, and all he really is a Batman rip-off in a cooler costume.
He's a f**kin' shitty character.
Although typical american not to admit defeat and turn the Vietnam war into their victory and and making them submit to the US.
"Typical American" again, how original.
The comic, and the movie, are pretty much about how much of a s**t Nixon was. It's not about refusing to admit defeat in Vietnam, it's about how the public would have Nixon had he of been the one to lead a victory. He's repeatedly re-elected, and basically installs somewhat of a totalitarian rule, along with the Reese Act and the demonizing of superheroes.
It's a great movie and an even better comic.
War is an extension of economics and diplomacy through other means.
Economics and diplomacy are methods of securing resources used by humans.
Securing resources is the one necessary behavior for all living things.
War = Life