Imagine that we believe that "two women talking about something other than men" was a good test, we'd therefore lose:
Colonel Samantha Carter, PhD Physicist, intergalactic heroine, smarter than God. Can program, fly fighter jets & alien spaceships, shoot and do things that they don't bother to explain because they are simply beyond us poor males to understand. So that's Stargate gone.
Lt Uhura: Dr Martin Luther King who *some people* see as quite into rights loudly praised her character, but I can't recall her talking to women much, except maybe some of the aliens might have been female, so that's Star Trek gone.
ST in it's various forms look remarkably feminist (usually) women commanded warships in ST long before the US Navy let them, they are engineers, scientists, doctors and of course inexplicable nexus of unknown forces.
Ripley from Alien, Aliens, Alien3, Return of the Alien, The Alien strikes back, Alien Resuscitation. Smart, hard, no bimbo, the Aliens are apparently female, she kills them, conversation with them is rare. The men are a) weak, b) stupid, c) dishonest, d) weak, stupid and dishonest
X-Files : Scully is smart and hardly ever talks to women.
Agents of SHIELD: Loads of women programming, analysing and occasionally shooting at people. The inter-female dialog is rare.
Babylon 5: Strong women, being heads of security, scientists, highly cultured aliens.
Torchwood : Strong female lead, again almost no inter-female dialog.
Under the Dome : The main character is a strong woman, all the weak bad people are men
Terminator 1,2,3, Sarah Connor : Oh look ! what a surprise a strong woman in a world of defective men
I've not yet seen Interstellar, but let me guess, the women in it are smart and honest and whoever is screwing things up is a man ?
I can't be the only person who's noticed that in many SciFi and action films a dumb American male is accompanied by a highly educated woman who actually understands what is going on, whilst he shoots at it.