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Catwoman (2004)

Catwoman

Overview


Genre

Action

Release Date

July 23, 2004

MPAA Rating

PG-13

Duration

104 min.

Production Budget

$100 millions

Studio

Warner Bros.

Official Site

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REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  5 of 5 [Rate It]

Cast and Crew


Director

Pitof

Producer

Denise Di Novi, Edward L. McDonnell

Screenwriter

John Brancato, Michael Ferris, John Rogers

Starring

Story


Catwoman is the story of shy, sensitive artist Patience Philips (Halle Berry), a woman who can't seem to stop apologizing for her own existence. She works as a graphic designer for Hedare Beauty, a mammoth cosmetics company on the verge of releasing a revolutionary anti-aging product. When Patience inadvertently happens upon a dark secret her employer is hiding, she finds herself in the middle of a corporate conspiracy. What happens next changes Patience forever. In a mystical twist of fate, she is transformed into a woman with the strength, speed, agility and ultra-keen senses of a cat. With her newfound prowess and feline intuition, Patience becomes Catwoman, a sleek and stealthy creature balancing on the thin line between good and bad. Like any wild cat, she's dangerous, elusive and untamed.

Out to settle a few scores, Catwoman's adventures are complicated by a burgeoning relationship with Tom Lone (Benjamin Bratt), a cop who has fallen for Patience but cannot shake his fascination with the mysterious Catwoman who appears to be responsible for a string of crime sprees plaguing the city. Oscar-nominee Sharon Stone plays beautiful cosmetics icon Laurel Hedare and Lambert Wilson is George Hedare, Laurel's pompous husband and owner of Hedare Beauty.

Pictures (33 photos)


Halle Berry as Catwoman in Warner Bros.' Catwoman (2004)
Halle Berry as Patience Phillips in Warner Bros.' Catwoman (2004)

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REVIEWS BY CRITICS

“..Badly directed, horribly scripted..”
by Matthew Turner [ViewLondon]
“..dull and depressingly empty..”
by Nev Pierce [BBC Films]
“..just bring lots of popcorn to throw at the screen..”
by Rob Blackwelder [SPLICEDwire]