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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Fresh: Puss in Boots prances along on three basic truths. One, cats are funny. Two, vain Spanish cats in high-heeled musketeer boots are even funnier. Lastly, booted, vain Spanish cats voiced by a breathy Antonio Banderas are flat-out hilarious.
- Amy Biancolli, Houston Chronicle, Friday, October 28, 2011
Fresh: 'Puss in Boots' is uneven, but when it's on course, cat fans will be in heaven.
- Anna Smith, Time Out, Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Fresh: As good as Banderas and Hayek are together, Galifianakis is better, making Humpty-Dumpty, of all people, one of the more intriguing animated characters to come along in awhile. He's a nice surprise.
- Bill Goodykoontz, Arizona Republic, Wednesday, October 26, 2011
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
A flimsy story that delivers a surprising amount of laughs. While I was in awe about how a giant studio could have green-lit a script that was so piss-poor, I was amazed by the spectacular animation. This film proved to me that Dreamworks, visually speaking, could soon give Pixar a run for their money. Now if only they could hire some capable screenwriters...
- axadntpron, Thursday, March 22, 2012