I know... I know... I haven't read the actual book.
Right now I feel that the Movie was actually better than the book.
I shouldn't say anything, since you already know. But I'm having some deja vu here. One of my little brothers was adamant that the Leven Thumps series is better than Harry Potter, despite the fact that he has never cracked open the cover on a Harry Potter book. I asked him how he knew that for sure when he didn't know anything about what he was comparing Leven Thumps to. You have watched the motion comic and seen the movie, so yeah, you have a pretty good feel for the franchise. But what you're really saying is that you thought the movie was more enjoyable than the motion comic. I bet a lot of people would agree with you. I couldn't say, since I haven't seen the motion comic. Regardless of what is or isn't missing in the motion comic, I think watching real people on a screen, animations moving with one guy doing all the voices, and reading a book are all very different when it comes to how you respond to a story. Personally, I prefer books in most cases, because I like to have the most complete version of the story possible. I prefer the book in Watchmen's case too, even though I loved the movie. Maybe you are just the type of person to prefer movies over books. Nothing wrong with that. My oldest brother does. Still, I just don't think you can compare the actual comic to the movie without having read it.
So I'm coming in without any pre-determined mind sets of what the movie "should-be". I saw the movie first and then checked out the source material. And based on what I saw, I felt the movie was more enjoyable.
Technically, you haven't checked out the source material unless you've read the comic, since that is the source of both the movie and motion comic. Maybe you enjoyed the movie so much because you did go into it without a pre-determined mind set of what it should've been. I'm not going to rag on you for liking the movie better because I'm just glad you liked it enough to bother finding a fan site about Watchmen on the internet and buying the motion comic in the first place. The Watchmen comic is supposed to make you think about it when you're finished, and if the movie made you want to continue on a little Watchmen journey after it was over, then color me pleased. But your question was whether anyone else liked the movie better, and answering for myself, it's gotta be no.
And I can't help but say you should read the book, especially if you liked the movie. I know you've said before that you have never been a fan of the comic medium, but like I said then, maybe Watchmen would be an exception to the rule. It's not like you have to buy it if you feel like you wouldn't like it and it would be a waste of money. Read the first chapter standing in the bookstore or something to see if you get into it. That's how I see if I'm interested in most books I buy anyway