Other than the obvious Trump jokes, just about the only thing that put The Great Wall on anyone's radar is the controversy over Matt Damon playing the lead. As usual, many people were up in arms that a white guy got a role in an Asian-centric movie. Never mind that he's playing a white character that wanders into Asia looking for black powder and runs into a giant wall and the massive Chinese army staffing it, so it's not exactly like he stole a role from an Asian actor.
Of course had the complainers bothered to note it's a Chinese studio making the movie, they wouldn't have had much reason to whine in the first place since it's the Asians making the call, and doing so for the specific purpose of getting their first big breakout film in the US. What better way to do that than cast a superstar like Damon and split the movie's time between him and its Asian characters?
There are however still plenty of good reasons to trash The Great Wall, and surprisingly none of them involve those goddamn Mongorians from South Park. Let me tell you about some of them: