The main problem with this film (the rest I feel are minor and don't need to be rambled about) at that would Ozymandius. I fekt no empathy for the character and dispite what he claimed it seems he had no empathy for anyone else. In the comics Ozy was calm collected and you could see he cared in the movie he often came off as vindictive and a little bit of and arse.
Not trying to pick on you, or anything, so please don't take offense to this.
The way I always read the entire Ozy scheme was him being an ass.
He got the entire idea at the "Crimebuster's" meeting, based on the Comedian's rant. He was doing the whole damn thing, just to prove Comedian wrong about whather or not they could actually make a world changing difference.
That is why they made Ozy in charge of the meeting, in the movie version, to drive that point farther home.
So, even though he had a grand scheme, and seemed to care, he was always a vindictive little ass. It was all his way of proving an intellectual point, based on the idea of him being, "the smartest man on the cinder"
(Seriously, that is why that scene ends on Ozy's determined profile in the comic, even though it is still the Comedian talking.)