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Ellen Ripley Is Clearly the Best Female Character in Scifi Film, and That’s a Problem

Ellen Ripley Is Clearly the Best Female Character in Scifi Film, and That’s a Problem: Adam Bryant, Ellen Ripley Is Clearly the Best Female Character in Scifi Film, and That’s a Problem  She’s not a sidekick, arm candy, or a damsel to be rescued. Starting with Alien, Ripley was a fully competent member of a crew or ensemble — not always liked and sometimes disrespected, but doing her job all the same.
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