Okay, this one was always a little over the top, so no matter how many points it tried to rack of for gritty reality, reality wasn't really the name of the game. Blake's personality was, and you have to admit he had charm. And everyone wanted to be on his side of course... root for the little guy, yes? But how, in retrospect, does one look past the actor's personal issues?
It'd be easier if he were playing a character with whom he didn't so obviously identify. In many ways he was playing himself. This makes it VERY hard to look past that self, and who that self turned out to be.
Anyone else finding this?