Sexism of hollywood and films
Matt Zoller Seitz picks up on the “striking and curious” absence of fleshed-out female characters in the new movie:
Lois is an important character, but only for how she furthers Clark/Superman’s attempts to understand himself and claim his destiny; she’s ultimately much less of a fully-realized, freestanding human being than the kooky, narcissistic Lois Lane played by Margot Kidder in the Reeve films, or even Kate Bosworth’s Lois in “Superman Returns,” a melancholy figure defined by her capacity to move on after the hero’s abrupt departure from Earth. Adams’ Lois is tough and smart but has no personality, only drive, and she’s not as integral to the action as she seems to be on first glance … females exist, for the most part, to be saved, or to have things explained to them.
Alyssa confesses she’s had enough of the standard superhero romance:
If we’re going to be clobbered with two…
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