GDoS shows the following AmE slang usage of chick (short for chicken) in different contexts:
of interest to girls or women, e.g. chick movie, chick lit.
1993 [US] M. Myers et al. Wayne’s World II [film script] Garth pulls out three, ‘The Red Shoes’. garth: Classic chick movie.
1999 [UK] Guardian Guide 22–28 May 59: The most brutal chick-flick ever made.
2001 [US] G. Pelecanos Right As Rain 102: Chick music, like all the rock and soul with female vocals she had been playing that night.
2010 [UK] K. Richards Life 151: We were listening to chick songs, doowop, uptown soul.Garth pulls out three, ‘The Red Shoes’. garth: Classic chick movie.
Is it just an ordinary, informal neutral usage of does it have some derogatory, possibly offensive nuance?