I thought it was very good. Pretty much everything you said was on the money Jim. My mother saw it with her Golden Girl crew and they all loved it.
My minor criticisms - they didn't really establish any threats to someone of her power level. Because she was so powerful she really didn't need her "team", except for Trevor as a guide.
Which is why its great for women. Because there is always a threat, no matter how powerful we may be. Not being sarcastic, its the truth. Physical safety is always a thing, physical autonomy because of politicians who don't think we should govern our own bodies, economic safety because sometimes we just don't get paid as much, and certainly simple regard. Because when you don't have a penis, meritocracy isn't always a thing you can use.
Not a femme-nazi, just a gal who has been oppressed by the man way more than a man would be.
There are so many fallacies in your post, though I am not surprised one bit, so ingrained these myths are. Let's just look at reality.
Physical safety. Guys are many more times are likely to experience physical violence than women. Just look at any statistics or ask your husband (I remember he is an ER physician, right?): vast majority of victims of violence are men. One third of victims of domestic violence are men, by the way.
Politicians and women's bodies. On one side there is the issue of abortion, on the other - try compare the number of women's with men's health programs. As someone working in healthcare I can tell you the proportion will be in the magnitude of five to one, at least.There is a huge gap in funding research related to men's and women's health - about four-fold. All cause mortality is about 50% higher among males. Suicide rates are 4 time higher.
Economic safety. Women are quick to point out that they earn less money. However, nobody is in a rush to ask how this happens in regulated professions. For example, in nursing hourly rate is not gender-sensitive, but male nurses make more money. The reason is more overtime, weekends, public holidays etc. I am not even mentioning the fact that over 90% of work related fatalities are male, which indicates that more males work at dangerous jobs than females. Sure, the majority of CEOs are male, but hey, so is the majority of prison population and the number of homeless people. Females are also treated more favorably by the justice system than males. Either way, nothing's holding you to make more money than any male of your level of education.
Finally, regard. I personally know of cases where men have been dragged to HR departments for complimenting women on their bodies or clothes. Men get fired from work for flirting. Even in cases where regard for a female colleague may be underrated it will be very well hidden, if only for the concern of punishment. Check out the number of TV adverts with "dumb men".
Nothing is "great" for women or men separately - it's not a team sport (see, because you are a woman I skipped the usual F-word, as far as regard is concerned). Genders are complimentary, and that's the beauty of how the Nature created things. I guess there is nothing wrong with the movie where a woman wants to be a guy and do guy's work.