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Patience Philips is dead – and more alive than ever. Murdered after she learns the secret behind a cosmetic firm's anti-aging cream, she's revived and empowered by mystical felines. Now she's on the slinky prowl for adventure and revenge. Academy Award winner* Halle Berry plays the sleek, whip-cracking feline fatale, Benjamin Bratt is a cop torn between romance and duty and Sharon Stone is an ice-blooded supermodel with something to hide in a kicky and stylish Catwoman. With catlike grace, a knack for landing on her feet, a passion for sushi and a loathing for dogs, Berry unsheathes action with attitude. Special Features: Exciting Alternate Ending and Additional Scenes • 2 Featurettes: Behind the Scenes and The Many Faces of Catwoman • Theatrical Trailer]]>
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I went into this movie as a not expecting much - but hoping to be entertained and I was. The movie was bright, colorful and camp as Christmas.
Like the other reviewers said - it has nothing to do with the comic lore - but if you can get past that and want to see a cheesy super "hero" movie - then go for it.
I had a good time and sometimes that's all you want from a movie.
Berry plays Patience Phillips, a pretty, but less-than-glamorous advertising artist who works for a major cosmetics company, ruled over by a tyrannical CEO and his equally ruthless wife, the former spokes model for their products. When Patience mistakenly overhears the corporate bigwigs discussing the fact that one of their best-selling creams is causing women to become seriously ill, she is dutifully murdered by a couple of the boss' henchmen. However, all is not lost for Patience, for, unbeknownst to her, she has been chosen to receive the special gift of reincarnation in the form of a cat woman who will no longer be subject to the laws of either nature or society.
The best parts of "Catwoman" involve Patience's incrementally becoming more and more catlike in her attitude and demeanor, and her slowly dawning realization of what is happening to her. It takes awhile for her to accept this surprising turn of events, but, when she does, she becomes, quite literally, a new woman, bold, self-confident and willing to take on the oppressors and evildoers in our society. Patience is paired up with an attractive police officer (apparently the only one ever on duty in that city), who gradually comes to realize who and what she is as well.Read more ›
This movie is a must see movie not as bad as people say. Anyone who truly loves cats or catwoman should love this. I give it my eyes to watch. Halle Berry looks great and makes a perfect voice for catwoman. ♡
This is the story of Patience Phillips (played by Halle Berry), who is murdered and then brought back to life by an Egyptian Mau cat. While trying to come to grips with her new powers, Patience sets out to find out why she was murdered. It turns out that the new beauty product being rolled out by the company that she used to work for is dangerous, and they did not want Patience getting in their way. Now, it is up to Catwoman to stop the corporation and save the women.
OK, this movie flopped, and it is easy to see why. First let’s talk about the up-side of the movie, and its name is Halle Berry. She does a great job of carrying the dual role of Patience Phillips (submissive and eager to please) and Catwoman (sexy and determined and thoroughly independent).
The down-side of the movie is just about everything else. First of all, the first half-hour of the movie is painfully boring as you wait for something to happen. Secondly, the villain of the piece would best be described as Supermodel Woman, who uses a makeup that makes her skin “as hard as marble” and makes her numb and as such immune to pain – sheesh! And thirdly, the CGI used is terrible. The 1978 Superman movie boasted that, “You'll believe a man can fly.” Well, no one watching Catwomen run around the walls at 60 miles per hour in this film would ever believe that it was a real woman.
No, this movie is good, and some fun to watch, but it’s far from being the great movie that Catwoman deserves!
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The quality of the DVD itself was disappointing, it kept getting stuck when I tried to rewind back to a previous scene. Perhaps a Blu-Ray would play better. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
We enjoyed this movie, back to the older times but very entertaining.Published 2 months ago by bushcompound
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