By and large, “The Eagle Huntress” has received rave reviews. It is beautifully shot, both conventionally and with drones and GoPros, the Mongolian mountain setting has a dusty or snowy grandeur, depending on the season and the story of a young girl’s journey to realize her dream is irresistible. Critics point out that the girl power aspect is overplayed and a little westernized, complete with the song “Angel by the Wings” by pop star Sia and that there isn’t as much resistance to girls becoming eagle hunters as the movie shows. Other Kazakh women have been eagle hunters in the past, and the presentation of Aisholpan as a pioneer fighting against sexism isn’t quite accurate. But, girl power brings people to the theater in a way that a movie about fox hunting with eagles might not. Certainly, when I saw it there were lots of families with young daughters in attendance. Whether those girls are now asking for an eagle to go with the pony they have always wanted, I don’t know, but it was good to see them there watching a movie about hunting.