Yeah, silly me for misinterpreting someone surviving being shot 4 times at close range, an electrical inferno, and being dropped from great heights several times, and not a bother on them after any of it. How silly of me and millions of others for not interpreting that as normal human endurance I've actually never even seen Halle Berry's Catwoman movie. She has kitty powers, too? Gee, I wonder where they got that idea from? Wasn't Denise DiNovi, the producer of Returns also the producer on that movie, too? Look mate, if your only argument is "because Tim Burton said so", then we're done here. Directors can be notorious for poorly conveying something in a movie, despite what their intentions were, and this is a prime example of one of them. I don't know who Burton's medical consultant was for this movie, but they don't know their ass from a hole in the ground who ever they were. I'm not knocking Catwoman's supernatural abilities, I think they were a very cool. But don't accuse me of being argumentative for the hell of it. Trying to tell me that Catwoman had no supernatural abilities with everything she endured is like trying to say black is white. If you want to interpret her amazing survivals of death as adrenaline rushes, then go for it. I need a bit more meat to the debate other than "Because Tim Burton said so". Just agree to disagree.