Why do movies keep perpetuating the exploitation of women and girls with these tired old tropes? Oh yeah, cheap shock value.
Would “Kong: Skull Island” just be another redo of Kong's past with white femininity playing a key role, but the female figure having very little say in her own fate?
The new M. Night Shyamalan movie reinforces old and tired stigmas about mental illness, but also has some pretty archaic ideas about women.
"Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" took a baby step in diversifying the Potter-verse, but for it and the rest of the industry, there's a ways to go.
ABC's new comedy "Speechless" treats people living with disabilities as real people, who have complex lives and their own stories to tell.
Romcoms are a good hour and half of not-so-subtle manipulation. There are grooms that go from decent guy to asshole in a flash, last-minute romances that, on a logical level, aren’t very sound, and brides that can barely think for themselves.
These movies are like a sort of comeback from the days of Old Hollywood.
How YA novels focus on female leads' love lives is problematic.
Heroines are more than just another love triangle piece
So much diversity there was
Sleeping With Other People added some more depth to the typical formula.