Catwoman (Blu-ray) (2004)
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|Patience Philips is dead - and more alive then 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. She's Catwoman.|
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 is a perfect force to reckon with. She's action. With attitude.
"This popcorn pic is the cat's meow. Harvey S. Karten, Modamag.com
"...[Catwoman's] French director, Pitof, has brought sophistication to a comic book sensibility... Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times
"If you like Van Helsing and The Punisher, then you'll enjoy this. Michelle Alexandria, Eclipse Magazine
"Some of [Berry's] physical moves are astonishing: Her offhanded grace is exceedingly catlike. Stephanie Zacharek, Salon.com
Editor's NotePatience Philips is a shy, reserved young woman who wants to be an artist but instead is a designer for an advertising company. She is mousy and lacking in self-esteem even when she gets her big break to work on the launch of a major beauty product for her mean-spirited, ruthless boss. But a series of events initiated by a mysterious cat results in her discovering a terrifying secret that leads to her murder. That same cat breathes new life into her, creating a strong, brave woman within her that wrestles with her previous self for control of her mind and body--a body that can now do amazing things.Academy Award winner Halle Berry is captivating as Patience, a female superhero for the 21st century. She is fearless as she seeks revenge on the people who killed her, and she attempts to save the public from the release of a dangerous product. As the Catwoman side of her battles George Hedare (Lambert Wilson) and his wife, Laurel (Sharon Stone), who he has decided is now too old to be the face of his company, the Patience side of her gets involved with hot cop Tom Lone (Benjamin Bratt), who is caught in the middle of her two-sided personality. First-time director Pitof keeps things moving at a fast pace, with quick cuts, sweeping camerawork, and pounding music. Alex Borstein provides comic relief as Patience's best friend, and SIX FEET UNDER's Frances Conroy plays a cat lady who knows the secret history of felines through the ages.
|Thierry Arbogast - Director of Photography|
|Benjamin Melniker - Executive Producer|
|Theresa Rebeck - Story|
|Robert Kirby - Executive Producer|
|Bruce Berman - Executive Producer|
|Michael Ferris - Story|
|John Brancato - Screenwriter|
|John Rogers - Story|
|Michael Ferris - Screenwriter|
|Edward L. McDonnell - Producer|
|Denise Di Novi - Producer|
|Klaus Badelt - Composer|
|Michael Fottrell - Executive Producer|
|Michael Uslan - Executive Producer|
|John Rogers - Screenwriter|
|Pitof - Director|