Catwoman, based on characters from DC Comics: a Film Review


A brand-new product is about to hit the market.  Hedare Beauty has developed a skin cream that is toted to reverse the effects of aging.  However, there is a dangerous side effect that the company is hiding.  When designer Patience Phillips discovers that they intend to ship the product regardless of the issues she finds herself on the wrong end of an assassination attempt.

Waking up from nearly drowning, Patience realized that she was revived from death by a cat name Midnight who was bestowed certain powers due to his lineage.  She is now the Catwoman, reborn with certain powers granted by Midnight and the goddess Bast for whom he serves.

Donning a disguise and taking on the mantle of a vigilante, Patience is determined to discover who tried to kill her and why.  When all clues lead back to her former employer, she must make a vital decision: expose Hedare Beauty to the world…or take things into her own hands.

General Information:

-Genre: Superhero

-Creator: based on characters from DC Comics

-Length: 104 minutes


-Where to Watch: Amazon Prime Video (Buy/Rent), HBO Max (with subscription), DVD, Blu-Ray, or look for it at your local library

-Main Cast: Halle Berry, Benjamin Bratt, Lambert Wilson, Alex Borstein, Frances Conroy, Sharon Stone

-Page of Reference in RP1: DC Comics is mentioned throughout the film

Review (contains spoilers):

Yeah….i remember why I kind of blocked this one out of my mind.

First off whoever designed the costume…and approved it…was crazy.  It just looks so haphazard.  And not in the cute way that say Spider-man as a teen who had no real resources or abilities to make something was.

All I can say is this character was underutilized and underestimated.

But that aside…its just…yeah.

If you watch it I’m sorry…but you’ll get what I mean.


Rating: 2 out of 5.

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