That’s apparently meant to be bad.
The gender warriors are hard at it again. Here they’ve analysed the dialogue of 2000 or so films for gender bias. Yes, I know but bear with this.
They do make an admission:
This project was born out of the less-than-stellar response to our analysis of films that fail the Bechdel Test. Commenters were quick to point out that the Bechdel Test is flawed and there are justifiable reasons for films to fail (e.g., they are historic). By measuring dialogue, we have much more objective view of gender in film.
Many of the findings are anecdotally obvious to women in the film industry. But nobody wanted to do the grunt work of gathering the data.
Anecdotally obvious, eh? To a feminazi or pussy?
Also, there are two other issues. They still made the selection of those 2000 films to produce their result, no one else selected them, plus we’re meant to take the collating and counting at face value, their honesty, given their obvious bias to begin with.…