Services are being held to remember those who died at Paschendale, the bloodiest battle of WWI. Yet feminists cry with joy at the sight of Wonder Woman and the Amazons slaughtering honest soldiers from that war.

The makers of WW, knowing it would be released in 2017, the 100th anniversary of Pascendale, set their film in WW1. Did they do that thinking that the services about that battle, and the media attention it would get, might generate publicity for their film? If it's just coincidence, it's still insensitive.