You're calling my opinion a "Tweedle Dee opinion", so you clearly do mean to label me a fool. You tell me that I should go watch "ridiculous crap" like Battleship, which is to say that I'm somebody who would enjoy "ridiculous crap". You're also suggesting that if I expected violence in this film, that I'm a fool who can't appreciate subtlety, or something along those lines. You also labeled me a "hipster" who would use words like "pretentious", which is pretty laughable. I'm a hipster because...? Because I used the word "mumblecore"? Well, it's actually a genre, believe it or not. A very niche genre, but a genre nonetheless. You told me what I was expecting from this film, when you don't even know what I was expecting. I did not expect "Ms. Crabtree", or grand scale shootouts. The film sets it up so that you think that there will be a cathartic act of revenge for Mark's death, and that *beep* is going to hit the fan in the end. This idea is emboldened when Boy confronts the second family at gunpoint, and again when we see the brothers sitting down at the table with their guns at the ready. The film then defies those expectations when Boy calls the whole feud off. If attacking and killing a man for killing your dog doesn't count as an act of vengeance, then I don't know what does. There are most certainly "revenge points", or rather, themes of revenge in this film. Also, I'd just like to point out that the words "retribution" and "vengeance" are synonymous. They mean more or less the exact same thing, buddy. Any thesaurus will tell you that. Anyway, I did expect for the film to be a bit more brutal, so I guess you can make of that what you will. Really, though, I don't see why you have to be so antagonistic about my personal opinion.