On Sunday, the box office hit film The Bionic Women made its debut at the top of the box-office charts.
While the film was not a critical hit, it did receive a solid number of critical reviews.
This success was not without its critics, however.
On Twitter, one Twitter user was quick to condemn the film’s use of the word “bionic.”
The film has a lot of issues that it has been dealing with for years.
And while it’s great to see an artist with a singular vision come together to create something that was created in the minds of thousands of women, it also makes you wonder why they thought that it would be any good.
It is an issue that has been on many film critics minds since the inception of the industry in the early 1980s.
For years, critics have accused film companies of “bias” in the way they make their films.
When critics began to take a look at the industry, critics began asking questions about why certain movies were made and received such negative reviews.
Many films that are currently being made or are being made in the future will be criticized for having a negative reception because they are made by a company that is a part of the larger system that is responsible for the way the film industry is run.
Critics have long pointed out that Hollywood is run by a large number of corporations, which have the power to influence the industry.
And it’s not just a case of being told what to do by someone on the set of a movie.
Criticism of the movie industry has always been considered an unfair form of entertainment.
In the same way that the movie critic of the 20th century had to constantly be in contact with a “real person” to get his or her information, the critic of today has to constantly work with a person in a studio who is “out there” or has a “voice.”
And if it’s a bad movie, critics will inevitably complain about the “real life” issues that are being brought up.
While critics have always criticized movies, they have not always been outspoken about the issues they have raised.
And many critics have taken to social media to share their thoughts on the film, such as one Twitter account called “Bionic Woman.”
Many of the tweets posted by the Twitter account read like the same comments you would see in a movie review, where critics are complaining about a film that is not “good enough.”
But while the Twitter user’s tweets were often critical, they also had a few gems in them.
Here are five tweets that spoke to the issues that critics have been raising with The Bionics.
One Twitter user named Mike B wrote, “This is why I am an American Citizen, my job is to speak up.
My job is not to get my opinion out there.
My only job is that of the artist.
This is why BionicWoman is such a movie.”
Another user called “Dude” wrote, “[This film] is the epitome of a sexist, misogynist, sexist culture that has a monopoly on power.
It will never be successful because it is a movie about a woman’s body and how it functions in the world.
The female body is the most important part of women.
It was the one part of womankind that was not given the same protection that men have.”
And another user called the “Bionica” wrote that “this film is so bad that it is even worse than The Matrix, which is a Matrix film that was actually a very bad film.”
The Bionica is referring to the film that debuted on HBO last year, which was a movie that criticized the “Matrix” series of movies.
This was not the first time critics have made fun of the film.
In 2015, a critic tweeted that the film “is a little bit like The Matrix.”
He said that “the movie is more like a film of the past.”
In response, a user named @BionicMan wrote, “@Bionicleman, your tweet is hilarious.
This movie is like the Matrix, but it’s better.”
Bionic Man is referring, of course, to a 2014 documentary film that criticized The Matrix films.
One of the more popular Twitter accounts of a critic of The Biotics, @funk_kirk, wrote, “…
This is a great movie, but its so much worse than Matrix.
The Matrix is a perfect representation of society.
This film is just an excuse for the patriarchy.”
One Twitter account of a “female critic” named “Eleanor” tweeted, “Biotic Woman is like The Terminator in that it’s just another Matrix film with a different ending.”
In another tweet, a Twitter user called Eleanor wrote, @BionicWoman, you have a great job.
Your job is as a director.
You are making a great film, and I am glad you made it.
But if you don’t like the