Someone on the Internet was wrong today and I just have to fix it.
Overthinking it has the Female Character Flowchart. Now I'm gonna make an ad hominem remark. I bet the author don't do nuthin' in the dramatic arts. This chart is based, in part, on this essay which (in a nutshell) asks for "weak" female characters (meaning: characters who are flawed, not "weak".) I buy that. Perfect characters aren't terribly interesting dramatically.
So getting back to what's wrong with this chart: it has Ripley from Alien in it.
And you don't go messin' with Alien on my watch.
Oh wait. Suddenly I don't care. Because in that "weak" character essay (linked above), Ripley is explicitly characterized as a strong (meaning flawed) female character. So... I don't care about the logical inconsistencies anymore. Sorry to have bothered you. Carry on.
Maybe I care about Amazon Studios. Oh wait. No, I really don't. I'll upload a movie, see if they want to send me a million dollars.
Otherwise I think I want to make a Warhammer 40K movie. Maybe I should just watch the Chronicles of Riddick again...