In an interview with The Guardian about an upcoming re-release of Terminator 2: Judgement Day with a 3D make over (why?), director James Cameron discussed strong female women in action movies, like Sarah Connor, including a rather negative view of the recent Wonder Woman movie as a “step backwards” because Diana is physically attractive and not driven insane with the knowledge the human race is about to wipe itself out with killer robots. (Wow, that was a long sentence.) Wonder Woman‘s director, Patty Jenkins, who happens to BE a woman by the way, heard about that and not surprisingly took offense. And I’m on Jenkins side. A strong female character doesn’t have to be some troubled badass, or practically a man, to be an actual strong female character. If anything we could use more variety in the male action hero too. Variety is the spice of life you know.