No matter which side of the political aisle it may spring from, I have no patience with self-righteous, puritannical little tyrants who seek to tell other people, either through shaming or outright censorship, what they can and can't watch, read, or listen to.
This sort of thinking only makes sense if you're a statist with a twisted notion of the world and how it works. If you believe that stealing wealth results in the same economic outcome as creating it.
As I grow older, I find I'm less tolerant of wasting precious time on dubious prospects.
I see nothing profound in handheld cinematography documenting petty and pathetic human behavior for nearly two hours, particularly when there's no storytelling skill involved.
Then the filmmakers brought out the TASER shotgun and the movie's credibility took a huge swan dive into BS territory.
Hell hath no fury like a Mad Max fan scorned.
The basic premise and the story's various twists and turns were extremely implausible, its characters unsympathetic and thinly written.