The final and the final final deal with the next-door neighbor father was heavily handedly telegraphed, that his hated of gay peopel was because he was a repressed self-hating homosexual himself. The symbolism indicator of the rose pedals and bright red objects was also pretty obvious. I'm glad that when she finally offers herself to him, Lester decides not to boink Angela after all but that's probably my moralistic upbringing.
There are lots of reviews about how it was really about how it really about how it "denounces the hypocrisy of a society obsessed with an outer appearance of success but is eaten away by frustration on the inside, thus destroying a certain American Dream. Here, Puritanism, patriotism, empowerment, and corporate America will not be spared" but that's all just self-important critic moonbat bullshit.
I wouldn't have paid to see it, but it was worth seeing, just for contemporary cultural literacy.
Due to some references it made, I do think I may add Re-Animator to my `flix queue.