History Film / Catwoman

27th Sep '17 11:31:20 AM Eagal
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A 2004 superhero film about a woman who gains powers that relate to being a cat.

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A 2004 superhero film about a woman who gains powers that relate to being a cat.
cat, loosely based on the comic book character, ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}.
27th Sep '17 11:30:36 AM Eagal
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A 2004 superhero film about a woman who gains powers that relate to being a cat. And while the title makes it sound like this might be the ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} you actually care about, trust us when we say that this word is just a hook to trick you into spending money on the film and the Catwoman you actually care about really has nothing to do with this movie at all.

Of course, even remembering that doesn't fix the high number of gaping plotholes, but at least it's one less complaint about the movie that can be applied...

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A 2004 superhero film about a woman who gains powers that relate to being a cat. And while the title makes it sound like this might be the ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} you actually care about, trust us when we say that this word is just a hook to trick you into spending money on the film and the Catwoman you actually care about really has nothing to do with this movie at all.

Of course, even remembering that doesn't fix the high number of gaping plotholes, but at least it's one less complaint about the movie that can be applied...
cat.



* AnimalMotifs: Cats. CaptainObvious, anybody?

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* AnimalMotifs: Cats. CaptainObvious, anybody?
27th Sep '17 11:29:10 AM Eagal
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[[caption-width-right:300:[[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy This happened, and we all let it happen.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:[[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy This happened, and we all let it happen.]]]]
8th Jun '17 3:35:57 PM TroperBeDoper
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[[caption-width-right:300:[[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy This happened, and we all let it happen.]]]]
24th Apr '17 4:40:54 PM MightyKombat
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** Actually just [[spoiler: Laurel is pure evil. George is just a jerk.]]
4th Apr '17 2:32:46 PM Tightwire
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Patience Phillips (played by Creator/HalleBerry), is a shy secretary with few friends who works at the Hedare cosmetics company; she is killed by her boss' scheming wife Laurel after she learns that the company is developing an anti-aging cream that may give good results but comes with '''severe''' side effects. Patience is subsequently brought back to life and given special, cat-like abilities by Midnight, an Egyptian Mau she earlier encountered and attempted to rescue even though it didn't actually need any rescuing. Now she must remember who killed her, find out why, stop their evil schemes, and come to terms with the changes brought on by her abilities, and use them for good rather than for evil.

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Patience Phillips (played by Creator/HalleBerry), is a shy secretary with few friends who works at the Hedare cosmetics company; she is killed by her boss' scheming wife Laurel after she learns that the company is developing an anti-aging cream that may give good gives incredibly results but comes with '''severe''' side effects.effects - and is highly addictive to boot. Patience is subsequently brought back to life and given special, cat-like abilities by Midnight, an Egyptian Mau she earlier encountered and attempted to rescue even though it didn't actually need any rescuing. Now she must remember who killed her, find out why, stop their evil schemes, and come to terms with the changes brought on by her abilities, and use them for good rather than exploiting their potential for evil.
16th Feb '17 5:55:01 AM TrueBlue170
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%%* MsFanservice:
%%** Catwoman, of course.

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%%* MsFanservice:
%%** Catwoman, of course.
* MsFanservice: Selina Kyle's Catwoman was this in the comics already, but is taken to ridiculous levels with Patience Phillips (as played by Halle Berry) in this movie with her {{Stripperific}} ensemble and the [[MaleGaze camera focusing on her boobs and ass many times.]]
16th Feb '17 5:50:59 AM TrueBlue170
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* GayBestFriend: One of Patience's few friends.



* PetHomosexual: One of Patience's few friends is this.
20th Dec '16 4:54:27 PM Tightwire
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A 2004 superhero film loosely based on the comic book character, ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}. VERY loosely.

Patience Phillips (played by Creator/HalleBerry), is a shy secretary with few friends who works at the Hedare cosmetics company; she is killed by her boss' scheming wife Laurel after she learns that the company is developing an anti-aging cream that may give good results but comes with '''severe''' side effects. Patience is subsequently brought back to life and given special, cat-like abilities by Midnight, an Egyptian Mau she earlier encountered and attempted to rescue. Now she must stop Laurel and come to terms with the changes brought on by her abilities.


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A 2004 superhero film loosely based about a woman who gains powers that relate to being a cat. And while the title makes it sound like this might be the ComicBook/{{Catwoman}} you actually care about, trust us when we say that this word is just a hook to trick you into spending money on the comic book character, ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}. VERY loosely.

film and the Catwoman you actually care about really has nothing to do with this movie at all.

Of course, even remembering that doesn't fix the high number of gaping plotholes, but at least it's one less complaint about the movie that can be applied...

Patience Phillips (played by Creator/HalleBerry), is a shy secretary with few friends who works at the Hedare cosmetics company; she is killed by her boss' scheming wife Laurel after she learns that the company is developing an anti-aging cream that may give good results but comes with '''severe''' side effects. Patience is subsequently brought back to life and given special, cat-like abilities by Midnight, an Egyptian Mau she earlier encountered and attempted to rescue. rescue even though it didn't actually need any rescuing. Now she must remember who killed her, find out why, stop Laurel their evil schemes, and come to terms with the changes brought on by her abilities.

abilities, and use them for good rather than for evil.



* AnimalMotifs: Cats, of course.

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* AnimalMotifs: Cats, of course.Cats. CaptainObvious, anybody?
21st Nov '16 10:50:33 PM SCMof2814
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* GenderFlip: Oddly enough, the closest thing in the film to any DC Comics plot element is the resemblance between Laurel's arc and the original ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' comics origin story for Black Mask, the male C-list Batman villain who became comics Catwoman's personal ArchEnemy during her 2000s solo series.

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* GenderFlip: Oddly enough, the closest thing in the film to any DC Comics plot element is the resemblance between Laurel's arc and the original ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' comics origin story for Black Mask, the male C-list Batman villain who became comics Catwoman's personal ArchEnemy during her 2000s solo series. The concept of a literally-addictive beauty product bears a resemblance to the origin story of Clayface from ''Batman: TAS''.
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