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    Irrefutable Proof That Michelle Pfeiffer Is The Greatest Catwoman Ever

    I am Catwoman, hear me roar!

    Her origin story was incredible.

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    Who doesn't love to see someone go from a tepid nobody to a raging, kick-ass villain?

    When she goes bat-shit crazy and destroys her home?

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    SOSOSOSOSO incredible! Her character was finally over being a doormat.

    Her costume was a work of art.

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    How did she even get into this thing everyday? One paw at a time, eh?

    Her nails were pretty incredible, too.

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    The amount of detail that went into Tim Burton's vision of Catwoman is astounding.

    Also, Pfeiffer's Catwoman had a great sense of humor.

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    Her one-liners were literally everything.

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    They were always a fun mix of camp and sass.

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    *snaps in Z formation*

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    And sometimes she didn't make any sense, but you loved it anyway.

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    Additionally, she breathed new life into an iconic character.

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    Pfeiffer honestly left an indelible mark when she portrayed Catwoman. Halle Berry had no spice and Anne Hathaway, while good, seemed a bit flat.

    She was the perfect fit for Tim Burton's Gotham.

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    Never breaking character, commanding every moment on the screen.

    You felt for her when she realized she was in love with Bruce Wayne.

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    But their relationship would never work.

    You were thrilled when she exacted revenge on Max Shreck.

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    But a bit sad when you thought her character died after lighting her ex boss up.

    Her character embraced the importance of happy hour.

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    Sometimes you just need to knock one back. OK, maybe four drinks.

    And she really embodied a cat!

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    Which is part of the reason she was mesmerizing to watch on the screen. The only thing that could've made her cat-like behavior better would have been if she purred like Eartha Kitt used to.

    Her sex appeal transcended the screen.

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    Admit it, she made you blush a few times.

    She always gave solid dating advice.

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    I see no lies.

    And lastly, she should've been given a standalone film.

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    I bet money it would've been a lot better than Halle Berry's critically-panned version.

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