Trinity Syndrome


“For the ordinary dude to be triumphant, the Strong Female Character has to entirely disappear into Subservient Trophy Character mode. This is Trinity Syndrome à la The Matrix: the hugely capable woman who never once becomes as independent, significant, and exciting as she is in her introductory scene.” Tasha Robinson writes more about this in How To Train Your Dragon 2, The Lego Movie, The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug, Riddick, Star Trek: Into Darkness, Pacific Rim and Oblivion at The Dissolve. (via Broad Universe)


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