God, this movie is just so bad. I thought it was hilarious when it first came out. I was also 10. Now, it's tedious and hardly funny.
A good start, a solid popular introduction to white privilege with Chelsea Handler showing how one can take criticism (from POC) as a white person trying to talk about white privilege, and yet we've had so many starts. It is great for a famous person with a platform--let alone a Netflix platform where this is more likely to be viewed than anywhere else--to discover their whiteness and come face-to-face with it on camera for us all to see, but at…
The cover describes it as the best war film since Saving Private Ryan. Set aside that there have been several better way films since 1998, this is one of the worst war films I've seen. The actors are bad, the script is sanctimonious, the violence is plain silly. It's like fucking JAG meets Rambo meets Braveheart meets a lot of racism. Fuck Mel Gibson and the actors who agreed to work with him.