I think it's important to have different perspectives in movies because it helps us understand different experiences and viewpoints. It can be easy to get stuck in our own bubbles sometimes, so it's good to broaden our horizons. By the way, if you're looking to watch more movies or TV shows that might not be available in your area, I found this great guide on how to watch Hulu in Chile: onlinetvcast.com/guides/how-to-watch-hulu-in-chile. It helped me set up my account and now I can watch all kinds of things that weren't available to me before.
I agree that different sides ought to be portrayed honesty ─ maybe not always in the same movie. Back many years ago when I played computer games, usually turn-based strategy like Talonsoft's East Front 2, I felt that it was very important to be able to play both sides. You learn a lot more that way. In real life, one side is never such a extreme caricature as a Hollywood movie.