This is still a stretch to assume that men avoid those kinds of movies because of deliberate malicious (or even passive malicious) negative feelings towards women or feminine things. I think it's less due to negavite outward feeling and more to a lesser ability (than women) to empathize. Everyone wants a character they can relate to, women included, but it is a fact that women empathize better with those around them, and so are probably more likely to be able to relate to a male character than a man is to be able to relate to a female character.Judging others for liking things perceived as feminine (and therefore categorized as weak and negative)
I'm not going to argue semantics if you want to call that sexism, but I call it laziness. A problem, sure, but an altogether different one, and one I don't think is likely to change.
Syndrome is not old and the tepuis are not an island.The protagonist then journeys to an exotic island to confront a villain who turns out to be a figure from the prologue, now old and evil.