Recognizing Catwoman

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Yellow Oval
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Re: Recognizing Catwoman

Post by Yellow Oval » Wed Jun 20, 2018 12:44 pm

How does anyone expect Batman to recognize Kitka as Catwoman when he couldn't even recognize Catwoman's picture being taken in Wayne Manor at the beginning when they are in the commissioner's office looking at the status report on known super-criminals? When was she in the Manor? How did she get in? Who took the photo and how did the Gotham police get their hands on it? :shock:
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Re: Recognizing Catwoman

Post by John Mack » Wed Jun 20, 2018 2:37 pm

Yellow Oval wrote:
Wed Jun 20, 2018 12:44 pm
How does anyone expect Batman to recognize Kitka as Catwoman when he couldn't even recognize Catwoman's picture being taken in Wayne Manor at the beginning when they are in the commissioner's office looking at the status report on known super-criminals? When was she in the Manor? How did she get in? Who took the photo and how did the Gotham police get their hands on it? :shock:
Yeah, or those curtains that were used in the restaurant scene lol
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Re: Recognizing Catwoman

Post by SprangFan » Thu Jun 21, 2018 9:08 am

That's a nice way of looking at it. Then we're only left with explaining the one-off appearance of the "other" batcycle in Season One, if the "real" one already exists in the movie that "precedes" it. Of course we could just say the real one was in the shop.

Anyway given that the movie features a moving 3-D hologram of a ship supposedly projected from a stationary buoy (in 1966, no less), various persons who are reduced to a fine, dry powder, then reconstituted with the addition of water (some of whom pop like soap bubbles on impact), living sharks and octopi that explode like bombs, rockets you can ride on with saddles like airborne hobby horses and dolphins that know who Batman is and choose to sacrifice themselves to save him, it's probably futile to insist on real-world logic when it comes to recognizing Catwoman. "Reality" in this film is whatever the writers say it is. Until they change their minds.
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Re: Recognizing Catwoman

Post by bat-rss » Tue Jul 03, 2018 6:33 am

SprangFan wrote:
Thu Jun 21, 2018 9:08 am
That's a nice way of looking at it. Then we're only left with explaining the one-off appearance of the "other" batcycle in Season One, if the "real" one already exists in the movie that "precedes" it. Of course we could just say the real one was in the shop.

Anyway given that the movie features a moving 3-D hologram of a ship supposedly projected from a stationary buoy (in 1966, no less), various persons who are reduced to a fine, dry powder, then reconstituted with the addition of water (some of whom pop like soap bubbles on impact), living sharks and octopi that explode like bombs, rockets you can ride on with saddles like airborne hobby horses and dolphins that know who Batman is and choose to sacrifice themselves to save him, it's probably futile to insist on real-world logic when it comes to recognizing Catwoman. "Reality" in this film is whatever the writers say it is. Until they change their minds.
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