In war there is usually a winning and losing side, most of the time the winning side is what we depict in movies (especially if we are the winning side), but would movies be less enjoyable if a losing side gets to depict their part in the war. War is symbolic, as it shows how we have overcome a great odd, but would anyone really want to see the Germans side of World War 2?
There are a total of seven Saw films to date, each more gorier than the last, however people flock to watch them and usually feel no remorse at character deaths. Does this desensitize us to feel sympathy? Why is it that there is a whole website devoted to whether or not a dog dies in the film, why does it matter to us so much?