Action Girl. Deconstructed in the Ennis issues. There are a couple of sympathetic pop-feminist "strong ass-kicking female character" violent women, but they are deeply screwed-up individuals and die violently. A writer embedded in Afghanistan takes an intimate look at one of war’s most private and painful traditions. The most moving scene in Megan Leavey, Hollywood’s latest big-budget war drama, doesn’t take place in the desert, or on the bomb-cratered streets of Ramadi, but rather in a quiet neighborhood in upstate New York.