Here’s something to annoy the Sad Puppies crowd, a super-cut of all the spoken dialogue from women other than Princess Leia in the original “Star Wars” trilogy of movies. Or rather the lack thereof. Okay, admittedly Leia Organa, played by Carrie Fisher, was one of the main characters in the initial sequence of films (Episodes IV to VI). And I suppose they do reflect the times they were produced in, the mid-1970s to early ’80s. However with all that said, just over one minute out of 386 minutes is a damn poor showing, especially in a supposedly boundary-breaking genre such as Sci-Fi. Have things improved over the last thirty years in terms of SF and Fantasy movies? Or has any progress for female characters and actors been largely superficial?