Film: Catwoman

Saturday, Jun 12, 2021 at 6:00pm

Seattle, WA 98101

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They’re the cinematic junk food that feeds our souls, tickles our funnybone, and rolls our eyes. That’s why they’re the focus of our next film series: So Bad It’s Good.

Hosted by MoPOP’s very own Kasi Gaarenstroom, this all-virtual series will take place every second Saturday at 6:00pm. Each screening will feature a special guest who will fight for the legitimacy of their favorite flop. Audience participation is highly encouraged — attendees can sound off in the chat and heckle (or praise!) the current movie.

So grab some popcorn, fire up the ol’ internet, and get ready to cringe

Directed by Pitof

Sometimes a love story is inspiring for it’s relatability and tenderness. Sometimes it induces awe for the opposite reason. Catwoman, played by Halle Berry, and her love interest Tom (Benjamin Brat), fall into the latter category. Their chemistry feels as uncomfortable and forced as I imagine Halle Berry does in her little leather outfit.

Rated PG-13

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