Rafer Guzman never takes off his liberal cape, even at the movies. He apparently sees Patriots Day as unintentionally malign:
"Patriots Day” does plenty of flag-waving and tear-jerking, but this is not an intentionally hateful or vengeful film. In the face of evil, “the only thing you can fight back with is love,” says Wahlberg’s Sgt. Saunders. It’s a hokey speech, and it feels tacked on as an afterthought, but it’s there.So let's get this straight: "flag-waving and tear-jerking" are equated to "hateful" and "vengeful"? How else to read the clause "but this is not intentionally" so?