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Catwoman (2004) - Movie Review - Episode 139

The Cinema Psychos Show

Release Date: 05/20/2019

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This week we are digging for buried treasure in our cat liter box and taking a look at the dried up turd that was 2004's Catwoman.  A movie that is a far cry from the massive world building superhero behemoths that we have today.  Just one year before Batman Begins, Catwoman unleashed a hailstorm of terrible acting, terrible CGI, terrible story, and an example of one of the worst edited films ever made.  So join us as we break down the "cat-astrophy" known as Catwoman. 

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