Eh, I disagree but hell you can kinda say that for minority superheroes in general, there really aren't any good black or Hispanic ones, etc. that are well known. All the movies show is that these female superheroes weren't written to showcase why they're good.
I don't think Storm had a good showing. They showed her powers properly but not her character.
Rogue's super strength and flight were stolen from Ms. Marvel before she did that she was still a huge threat. The whole thing is they didn't introduce Rogue as a wayward youth manipulated by her adopted mother Mystique and joined the Brotherhood of Evil mutants. They focused way more on her being scared of her powers and wanting to have skin contact with boys she likes, not presented like a hero in any sense. Then again there's argument that all the personalities she's absorbed have imprinted on her own personality and made her more heroic because of it (she first fought the Avengers and absorbed their powers).
The whole thing with female superheroes to me is you probably shouldn't go too over the top. There's not enough a street level female superheroes with a reasonable super power to make cool. If there was some chick that was like a cross between Batman and Spider-Man just from an approach as a character and personality before you get in to details it'd be much easier to show her being a superhero in a city saving ppl. Thing is we have chicks like WW, Storm who are kinda larger than life near deity level which is fine but clearly Hollywood doesn't know how to show that in a solo movie. Then you got other females that just aren't popular enough to carry a movie which is another big problem.
I'll assume we'll probably see more success with a Tomb Raider reboot than any female comic superhero for now.