yes it's about the scenes in the middle east
Why is the heist scene so intentionally campy? The movie is set in '84, not made in '84. Fortunately the remainder of the film abandons this style.
Their most creative way to sell Barbara as awkward but likable is to have her drop her briefcase of papers? Couldn't come up with something original?
All Smithsonian employees have access to an unguarded airfield? A WWII pilot can understand the controls?
No fully-fueled fighter jet has a range to fly DC to Cairo.
WW has only ever vanished a coffee mug in all her trying, but can suddenly vanish the jet "because she must".
"I know we're racing against time to save the world, but let's go fly through some fireworks. It'll look cool, promise."
one moment WW can effortlessly sprint pushing a disabled armored vehicle down the road, the next she can't push two of them apart with all her might
the moment she rolls along the road with the two children in her arms is astonishingly poor CGI. Throughout the film, the most obviously CGI'd elements simply have no weight to them.
Don't play the audio of Steve's "how to fly" speech over the moment WW takes it to heart and learns. Trust your actors and audience. Show, don't tell.
Max didn't think to steal health in return for wishes until the end of the third act?
Cheetah has practically zero screen time to pose a real threat. One fight and she's dealt with handily.
Hundreds of nukes launched, and they don't vanish - they crumble in mid-air. This is somehow not a problem for the planet?
returned to the white house grounds, Max somehow lands within yards of his son who has been wandering abandoned highways?
Linda Carter's cameo was painful. If she didn't actually smile and wink into the camera, it sure as hell felt like she did. I won't be re-watching to find out for sure.