By Ray Pride

Marie Claire’s Mehera Bonner Puts Up Her Dukes

“The thing is, I just don’t think Dunkirk is a very good movie—if your definition of the word movie is ‘moving images held together by a plot.’ It’s as if Christopher Nolan (sorry, “Nolan”) plucked out the war scene from a script, and was like ‘let’s just make this part extra long and call it a movie, lol.’ It’s so clearly designed for men to man-out over. And look, it’s not like I need every movie to have ‘strong female leads.’ To me, Dunkirk felt like an excuse for men to celebrate maleness—which apparently they don’t get to do enough. Fine, great, go forth.”
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Marie Claire’s Mehera Bonner Puts Up Her Dukes

2 Responses to “Marie Claire’s Mehera Bonner Puts Up Her Dukes”

  1. Mark R says:

    Commentary by yet another individual whom has never created a thing. Historically, the film reflects the reality of the event. Liberals will never be satisfied until all venues reflect the form of revisionist history that they approve of. As a retired military member who has always honored the contributions of all of my comrades, regardless of race, creed or sex, I find the criticisms of this film for its lack of “inclusiveness” as feckless and moronic, clearly reflecting the intellectual breath and character of their authors.

  2. Ray Pride says:

    Thanks for rising to the challenge of a risible article.

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