No, but I do think the controversy around it is absurd.
This is what we can expect from apolitical fan boys & girls typing furiously at their keyboards in their mother's basements.
What is equally absurd is self-defined feminists taking this movie on as a righteous cause.
Tempest in a teapot.
I don't plan on seeing it in a theater but I might pay per view to watch it.
What bothers me about this movie isn't that women are playing the characters it's that Hollywood thinks that doing so is a big deal.
The female cast are all very talented. Why couldn't they give them an original vehicle to display their talents?