Never forget when the leads of this film wore t-shirts with Pankhurst's racist quote in promotion for the film. Also how the movie explicitly writes out Sophia Singh's involvement in UK suffrage. Solidarity is for white women.
This movie is super queer and it knows it. The more times I watch this movie, the more I appreciate Uma Thurman as Poison Ivy. I just love how her hair gets progressively more ridiculous and overblown with her performance. This has the best art design of any Batman movie and I don't understand how it didn't win a bunch of awards for that factor alone.
Since this film goes quite beyond an actual conventional review, here is a list of questions I asked myself while watching Catwoman:
1. Why the CGI crane shots?
2. Why does Halle Berry dress so funny?
3. Is there a single shot in this film that lasts longer than four seconds?
4. What compels her to risk her life to save a damn cat?
5. How does that dude run up eight flights of stairs in 12 seconds?