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A Snyder fan tweeted his disappointment in the Birds of Prey highlighting the ‘breakfast burger’ scene as terrible cinema, but people claim it’s one of the best scenes in cinema history and he’s just hating it because he’s a hetero white guy.

Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey didn’t perform as expected at the box office and fans seem to be heavily divided on whether the film was actually good. Some claim the film bombed because ‘men aren’t ready for kick-ass female heroes’ in their movies.

PICTURES: Harley Quinn looks awesome in leaked The Suicide Squad photos.

Ultimately the new Margot Robbie is one of the most divisive films as of late and many are blaming the film’s excessive use of gender politics for its failure.

Grace Randolph of Beyond The Trailer, in her review of Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey, pointed out that the film had a very strong feminist message that bordered on being man-hating at times. “This movie depicts man as bad, in general, in this film and it’s too much. There are no good men,” Grace Randolph, the popular YouTuber and film critic, said in her video review of Birds of Prey.

Grace Randolph Birds of Prey review

Harley Quinn breakfast burger scene called best cinematic moment, but Grace didn’t care for it.

In one of the scenes Harley Quinn has strange, and somewhat sexual, reaction to a grilled breakfast burger, or sandwich (whatever you call it) which was supposed to symbolise that no man could ever satisfy her like that burger.

An annoyed fan commented on Twitter, “Warner Bros cancelled a 5 film arch for this?”

His comment outraged the Twitter verse, many calling to question his ‘fragile masculinity’ while others claimed the scene was one of the best in cinema history.

Twitter responds to Birds of Prey breakfast sandwich scene criticism

“The Birds of Prey Harley Quinn breakfast sandwich scene is, in my honest opinion, one of the greatest piece of cinema ever. I was both laughing and crying when she dropped it,” one user wrote.

Unfortunately, the conversation turned on its head and became a bit ugly.

Have you seen Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey? What did you think of the breakfast burger, or sandwich, scene? Let us know in the comments below.

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