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Catwoman [DVD] [2004]

3.7 out of 5 stars 112 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Halle Berry, Benjamin Bratt, Sharon Stone, Lambert Wilson, Frances Conroy
  • Directors: Pitof
  • Producers: Denise Di Novi, Edward L. McDonnell
  • Format: PAL, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, German
  • Dubbed: German
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English, German
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 12
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Jan. 2005
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000667KWO
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,392 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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Glossy, big-budget live action film based on the D.C. comic character created by Bob Kane. Halle Berry stars as Patience Phillips, a talented but excrutiatingly shy graphic artist who, in a mysterious twist of fate, transforms into a woman with the stealth, power and incredible heightened senses of a cat. Sleek, agile and extremely dangerous, she begins a series of nocturnal crime sprees across the city, treading the thin line between good and bad. But things get complicated when police officer Tom Lone (Benjamin Bratt), with whom Patience has begun a tentative romance, becomes fascinated by the elusive Catwoman to a point well past the call of duty.

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When Patience Philips is attacked and killed an Egyptian Mao cat indebted to her for saving its life revives her and Catwoman is born.

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Bought it just for Halle Berry
Its not too bad Good Price
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Brilliant Film and actress Halle Berry . Loved the whole movie
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Very good DVD
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Rebought as a friend nicked mine- it is so good. The best interpretation of Catwoman Yet.
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Excellent!
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about this movie, or why it's supposed to be awful. It's just a romp, and doesn't take itself too seriously, unlike Electra, say, which was just a borefest. Halle Berry acquits herself well here, Sharon Stone is a suitably hissy panto villain, Benjamin Bratt sufficient as the hunky cop who needs to get a clue. Frances Conroy as the mystic and possibly crazy cat lady steals the show, but then she is always watchable. Irritants include 'Patience's' two office buddies, namely the fat girl & the gay guy who trot out every cliche going, and most of the male villains ditto. If Halle Berry did so well as Storm, why was she supposedly less convincing as Catwoman? Answer: she wasn't. The writing was a little thin, but the SFX could have been a little more restrained though, yet the lack of a typical chick flick ending redeemed it somewhat. If I had a real grouch, it would be directed at the music - yes, Halle Berry is black, and yes there was an urban setting but do we have to have ghettoized singers chanting 'ho, hey ho', and stringing out every note? Dreadful. Someone should be shot - or turned into kibble. Re: the Michelle Pfeiffer comparison, there isn't one, two different actors, two different characters. I love MP in BR, she was fab, however, Catwomen come in all shapes and sizes and don't all need Batman to muscle in. Last thing - the number of guys complaining about a woman who is after all, wearing a skimpy leather outfit is kinda scary, not to mention sad. If you really wanna see a bad movie, try Colin Farrell in the remake of Fright Night. Or Nick Cage in the remake of the Wicker Man.
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However much this film was critised, I loved it. Chick flicks very often get a bashing for obvious sexist reasons. its not meant to be that deep and meaningful, just some fun with a bit of a message in there.
My son loves it too.
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The saddest thing about this film, which in many ways is very hopeful, a story about courage and self discovery - is a concern about the story's conclusion. Patience ends up on her own in the end - and this is sad, because her character at many times seems so hopeful. It's as if she steps out into the void in the closing frames. But I can easily believe it worked out that way. And perhaps the narrative does not really end on that note exactly; who knows what kind of adventures await her?

But honestly...

I would not even be writing this review unless I was pretty much convinced that the utter abuse that the critics heaped on this film was not matched by equally demented and opposite reviews in favour of some positively vile movies in the same (ish) period that I found even more incomprehensible.

Various members of my family used to read Rotten Tomatoes and took it all fairly seriously, until the year we saw Star Trek 11. And that was when it all stopped dead. I think that I am now so skeptical about professional reviews and the (now) obvious machinery behind them, that I wonder what on earth the producers of this film did to annoy the powers that be in the movie industry. Because I can't, in all sincerity see anything that deserves the comments I saw, any more than I can imagine what coke headed nonsense can give Star Trek 11 a 99% score either.

I do not think that this movie is perfect, but its' a sight more fun than the Dark Knight. My kids love it; and there is no way I could force them to like anything; they're very strong minded.

The camera work is excellent, Sharon stone is as cold as ice, Halle Berry is well, beautiful, and the CGI really does work.
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