But the basic premise does make one question its priorities.
The biggest problem with Whiskey Tango Foxtrot is baked into the price of admission: It's a film about how the war in Afghanistan affects one middle-class white American.
The film is based on the memoir The Taliban Shuffle, by former Chicago Tribune South Asia bureau chief Kim Barker, an "adrenaline junkie" who spent years writing about Afghanistan and Pakistan, reporting from the ground.
"[Emoji users] want to give their texts more personality," says Fisher.
"Here we have a new technology that absolutely jeopardizes your ability to express your emotion...
America is so far gone, we have to go to Australia to find a girl next door.
In case you’ve missed it, her name is Margot Robbie.
While this probably isn't news to fans of the eggplant emoji, a new study found that single people who use emojis have more sex than those who abstain.
Match.com's annual Singles in America survey — which polled 5,675 (non-Match using) singles whose demographics were representative of the national population according to the U. Census — found that people who have more sex, tend to use emojis more.
That may be because emoji users cared more about finding partners who consider communication a desirable trait.