Puss In Boots
You loved him in Shrek now see where the one-and-only swashbuckling feline found his fameand a very big pair of bootsin the hilariously funny (Associated Press) animated epic!
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Swashbuckling adventure features irresistible warrior cat.
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I was so happy when they decided to give my favorite Shrek character his own movie. To my relief Puss In Boots is way better then the third and fourth Shrek films. This movie is actually one of the funniest animated films I have seen since Rango. The story was a bit weak and would of fit better if this was a movie about Jack and the beanstalk, but then again I liked how it sort of parodied the old stories I used to hear as a kid (though thats not really anything special because there have been four Shrek movies that did the same thing). Overall I would say Puss in Boots is an enjoyable time for the whole family and provides a few good laughs.
- drcamyo, Friday, April 6, 2012
Puss in Boots avoids all of the flaws of the last two Shrek movies, and revitalizes the universe in a shockingly good movie that is beautifully animated, hilariously mature, and stylish enough to make up for its spin-off nature.
- fb791220692, Monday, August 20, 2012
A swashbuckling cat searches for magic beans to repay an old debt. This film is innocuous fun. It isn't that funny or exciting, but it holds one's attention, and replacing some of the typical cartoon violence with a "dance battle" is a welcome trend in the genre. Overall, I can't say that I liked Puss in Boots, but I find it hard to dislike it.
- hunterjt13, Wednesday, April 25, 2012