Yeah, that isn't, didn't say every single move in this is BJJ, lol, funny how you can't seem to put that together.
Don't think I need to explain which points in the video are and name their positions for you haha
You seem to not be able to piece simple things together. lol.
Not worth the time in keyboard, gladly would demonstrate since you think they wouldn't work there is nothing to fear.
As a BJJ practitioner I believe I do haha, From arm bars, to full mount, to pulling guard positions, Fundamental Bjj Moves/positions.
Stylizing concepts based on a martial art is what alot of action choreography is.
I'd gladly work many of these moves in real life, please, visit Australia sometime if you insist so much and I'd demonstrate.
So many actual BJJ moves here, obviously some are more stylized like so much of action/fight choreography. There is even Ronda Rousey in this video pulling off regular bjj/mma moves.
It's obvious to see fight choreographers have taken a more grappling angle for the female characters in movies, but this generalization that these moves were done just for sexualization and are portrayed solely in an unrealistic manner is not significant.
Grappling is a great tactic and makes sense if the choreographers/directors want to focus on a fighting style that requires more flexibility and technique rather than strength.
Can you see some sort of sexualisation in these moves? yes. Wrestling/Grappling does lean itself towards that.
Is it unrealistic in terms of action/movie standards? no.