It's like when you are painting, you put all your energy in the main object and when it's perfect you wish you could stop. But you need to put in the background … and then you make some hasty decisions. The result is that you lower the quality of the whole piece. And all tough the audience may not pay to mush attention to it, they feel something is off and surely the painter knows.
This could be a masterpiece…
I didn't want to see a hollow sci-fi movie nor did I needed a district 10.
The idea wasn't ground breaking but it could have worked out. Could have.
Just keep the story about a tough factory worker who gets into an accident and then tries to save his own life. People can relate to that. But no, after that pitch the audience needed some more stimulant. Probably to make the protagonist more hero like, because that's what the audience…