Thatters, proud Whovian and Sherlockian. 100% nerd loves comic book, vintage or classic stuff and other else that will be too long to be listed here. And love slash so if this disturbed you a lot, please unfollow (though i rarely reblog slash thing, just saying so you didn't have heart-attack later).
While I agree with you on the marginalization of women - and of people of color, as they mention later in the article - in superhero films (that is a whole can of worms that we talk about a lot on Tumblr) Black Widow was NOT there to be rescued and not to be looked at.
You are a lazy critic and were clearly not watching the same film a lot of other people were. But what do you expect from a critic who complained that Jennifer Lawrence’s body was “too womanly” and big to be believable as a survivor in a dystopian world (which seemed to be a major point for why she didn’t like the film) yet said nothing about Josh and Liam’s bodies?
(Source: The New York Times)