This was the question debated on the Prison Planet forum. I offered my two cents:
Wow! I'll have to check out the podcast of Alex's comments about the movie. The movie sucked compared to the comic. I have to agree with Roarshock and tonyg--the Rorschach character is the true hero. He's kind of the Alex Jones of the story, now that I think about it. He's real, he doesn't buy into the right/left paradigm, he's hardcore, he wants to get the truth out, etc.
Alex is fond of the saying "Justice be done, though the heavens fall." Rorschach says something similar when he tries to leave Ozymandias' compound to go reveal the truth of Ozy's false flag attack:
Nite Owl: "Rorschach, wait! Where are you going? This is too big to be hard-assed about! We have to compromise..."
Rorschach: "No. Not even in the face of Armageddon. Never compromise."
Rorschach also sounds like Alex in the scene right before Dr. Manhattan vaporizes him:
Dr. Manhattan: "Where are you going?"
Rorschach: "Back to Owlship. Back to America. Evil must be punished. People must be told."
Yes, the NWO is present in the book and the movie, in the form of Ozymandias, who is the villain. Ozymandias is shown to be someone who believes that the ends justify the means. In other words, the NWO imagery is included so it can be shown for what it is--evil. The NWO is portrayed as something bad, and in the story, the villain Ozymandias represents the NWO.
For Pete's sake, Ozymandias acts just like the NWO--uses propaganda, murders people who would become whistleblowers, sets up front corporations, plans and executes false flag terror attacks, and so on. There is no mistaking what Ozymandias represents--the evil NWO.
For those concerned about the delivery company and the Pyramid company--those are owned by Ozymandias, the bad guy. Those things are not meant to be portrayed as good.
And yeah, Silk Spectre...hoo boy...
Alex should read the book. The movie is fairly faithful to the book, but the book is much better.
One more thing: Moore uses lines from "All Along The Watchtower," a song Alex obviously likes, in the book. The song is also used in the movie. And for those who say Moore is anti-Christian, he uses Genesis 18:25 as an epigraph in the book: "Shall not the Judge of all the earth do right?"