So, with Transformers coming out in a couple of months, I got to thinking about how it will turn out. That got me to thinking of another Michael Bay film. Pearl Harbor. So, I know that it is based on the events that spurred the US into WWII and that lots of people tragically lost their lives. But, supposing that it was based on a fictional story - and by fictional, I mean no similarities between any it and any real event - I would have rooted for the Japanese. they seemed more honorable and less petty. That got me thinking about another movie that I found mindless but enjoyable - The Italian Job (the remake). I rooted for the Ed Norton character to win, and (even knowing that it could never happen in Hollywood) was actually disappointed that he lost. Additionally, I have just discovered the new Battlestar Galactica. I was afraid of how it would be because I enjoyed the original so much. But, I find the show somewhat enjoyable. Only problem is that at this point (I'm 4 episodes into season 2), I'm rooting for the Cylons first, Adama/Tigh second, and really wouldn't mind if Roslin/Apollo died. So, I'm just wondering - I root for the bad guy to win so often - does that make me a bad person? When have you guys rooted for the bad guy to win?