Catwoman: Hunted

audience Reviews

, 65% Audience Score
  • Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    Out of context movie. You have to know the the entirety of the DCU to follow what happens and even then is difficult. I mostly blame the plot for that. Batwoman and Cheshire behave like they where not themselfs. Lots of fighting scenes but without impact (other than big boss fight maybe), one moment they where hurt really bad the next they knew nothing. Overall, it's ok to pass some time but has nothing to offer in the mythos of the universe or the characters. P.S. There where some hints of forced feminism just for the sake of it. I don't know why when you already have two of the most badasses female character of DC.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    First off, I loved the ambiance of the film! The music was second to none. The Jazz gave it that vibe of the Batman '66 with a hint of the Batman animated series. The voice acting was great too, much better in my opinion than many other DC animated films. If only the live Catwoman film was as good as this one. Would love to see a sequel and Catwoman in a purple '90s costume! 🐈‍⬛
  • Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    I didn't hate this movie, but I found it campy and forgettable. The film wants to take a lighthearted approach, but the timing of the quips often feels forced and breaks the immersion. Batwoman's voice switch from macho to teensy-girl voice is awkward, and, knowing that she's a lesbian, I was often sort of empathetically offended by this really odd attempt at a parallel between the Bruce Wayne/Batman voice change dynamic. The fight scenes are often exaggerated in scale to a Tartakovsky level (think Samurai Jack) without the fun, and they dodge bullets in a fairly GI Joe way. There's also too many fight scenes for my taste, and not enough character development. It ends up a little empty. On a more positive note, the animation style is pretty smooth, and if you can get over the fact that every enemy is one-shot-dead, you can see a concerted effort to build interesting fight scenes. I was amused at all the "catfights", where Selena was put up against various cat-themed foes. Batwoman was present but did not take over the show, which is good because it's a Catwoman movie. It's a women-dominated movie, with a very small number of male antagonists, and I enjoyed the female characters getting more time in the limelight,. I would rent it and watch it once, if you're really into DC animated. Don't buy it.
  • Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    It's a decent DC movie. With Anime-style animation, good music, etc.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    This was just a breath of fresh air.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    I love the almost anime style animation. The story are all perfect and the action works. The runtime flies past with the excellent pacing. If this was the live action "Catwoman" movie, it'd had been a smash hit. Finally the Catwoman solo movie the character deserves.
  • Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars
    Why? Why would DC make this?
  • Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
    Look, it was an okay-ish movie. I loved the voice actors for all the characters. Catwoman kept her charm and character. But then it goes downhill. There were so many loose ends to the movie. The one scene with Kate Kane, Black Mask, Talia al Ghu. The relationships between all the characters were so wrong. They only put Batwoman in the movie because they couldn't put Batman in, as it would be too much of a love story. So the relationship there feels wrong, especially with Catwoman fake-flirting with Batwoman (I did like how they kept Batwoman lesbian). Batwoman was too playful, she's meant to be strict, after all she is an ex-cadet. Cheetah is one of my favourite villains, but every origin on screen for her is done dirty. This one is even worse than the one in Wonder Woman 2. And don't even get me started on her design. GIVE HER CLOTHES. WHY IS SHE A GIANT. Make her look like the Cheetah from the DCAMU. I was also disappointed that Catwoman wasn't African American. The plot seemed short and also cut off. And who the heck was that bat lady with Cheshire? The anime influences were horrid and made it feel less like a DC film. Anyways, the movie style was pretty good, and minus her race, I did like the character of Catwoman.
  • Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    Its voice cast is strong, but the story is nothing special. If you like Catwoman or DC animation you should enjoy it.
  • Rating: 0.5 out of 5 stars
    Throwback jazz was painful. The Japanese anime influences were horrid. Everything else about this video was just abysmal. Between Batman Ninja, Batman Killing Joke and this, I'm not sure which one was worse. They all suck.