Warner Bros. released Catwoman on July 23, 2004. Pitof directed the film starring Halle Berry, Sharon Stone, and Benjamin Bratt.
‘Catwoman’ Movie Summary
Catwoman – or should I say “the movie that took the title of a beloved comic and created its own litter box with the character” – is a film that Julie Newmar would roll over in her grave if she watched this POS, directed by a single-named director that nobody remembers because they walked out long before the credits rolled.
The movie stars Oscar-winning actress, Halle Berry, in the role of Patience Phillips. That’s right. Not Selena Kile like the actual comic named her, but who really cares since it’s just Halle. Anyhoo, our original fairy tale story begins with put-upon-frumpy-because-she-wears-goodwill-sweatshirts-but-has-a-heart-of-gold-and-hidden-genius Cinderella…I mean Catwoman because-nobody-can-be-that-hot-and-not-be-a-supermodel-at-a-cosmetics-company.
Halle works her tookus off on the new cosmetics line for her marble-faced middle-aged ex-model-slash-psychopath overlord boss doing their best Gordon Gekko in full villainy mode…and his mousy wife, Sharon Stone.read full summary
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