.MASSHOLE.People around me (Boston) are generally pretty down on it, they think it tries to humanize him and his actions.
But is that such a bad thing? It might be unsettling, but he was a human (albeit a terrible one), and I'm a firm believer that you can see anyone's perspective if you try hard enough. Maybe I'm wrong, I haven't seen the movie, but I know movies can be pretty successful in humanizing irregular characters. I watched the first half of a Ryan Reynolds movie called "The Voices", which essentially humanizes serial killer behavior rooted in schizophrenia. I'm not one for dark movies, so I couldn't finish it, but it was pretty fucked up to see the world through his eyes.
Anyways, the trailer looked phenomenal. Will watch eventually.
OP: "If you suddenly skied off a huge fuckin cliff and you only had time to throw one last trick before you died, what would it be?"
Malcolm: "id probably just flail my self to death"