Women. They can be kind, caring, beautiful, sexy. They can be damaged, ruined, dirty, tragic. But which is the hero?
Director James Cameron claims that Wonder Woman is a step back in comparison to Sarah Conner, that a woman needs to be damaged to be strong. Is he right?
How about William Golding’s classic novel, Lord of the Flies which is going to have its third film adaptation….with girls.
Has Hollywood become so desperate for projects that they feel they need to take a book about male aggression and attempt to say girls are the same? Why did Golding write about boys and not girls? Can strong women be equal to strong men? And are girls equally savage as boys?
What do the Chicks think? Well, you’ll have to listen to find out.
The Panel: Mindy Inlow, Ann Laabs, Jen Wise, and Sonya Rodriguez
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