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Puss in Boots
Live for danger. Fight for justice. Pray for mercy.
Long before he even met Shrek, the notorious fighter, lover and outlaw Puss in Boots becomes a hero when he sets off on an adventure with the tough and street smart Kitty Softpaws and the mastermind Humpty Dumpty to save his town. This is the true story of The Cat, The Myth, The Legend... The Boots.
About a cat with egg on his face.
And an egg with a face on his ...... egg.
And giant poultry.
And .... oh sod it, this was fun.
Puss In Boots a ginger Tom cat wearing a cavaliers hat, spies a spot of light on the ground and chases it.
Dreamworks Puss in Boots, a spin-off prequel to the Shrek franchise isn't great or anything but I liked it better than the Shrek sequels. More importantly my two boys liked it which is always my first priority when watching a film with my family.
On a side note Humpty Dumpty is a bit of an ASSHOLE!
Jack: I hate cats!
Puss in Boots: That's not what your mama said!
Ohhh Cat: Ooooooohhhhhh!
Puss In Boots
was originally planned straight to dvd but it shows it can tell a story with amusing animation.
Puss and Humpty Dumpty are orphans yet brothers by heart yet
Puss and Humpty are the opposite to one another, one is heroic and the other lacks heroism. Puss becomes a young hero saving a lady from a bull.One night, Humpty wakes up Puss to an unsuspected mission, little that he known that it was a robbery to steal the town's money. Both are seen as convicted thieves but in reality Humpty is the real thief. The two reunite to steal a golden egg and reclaim forgiveness from their town and home yet a journey begins.
The movie had funny moments as well as a cat chasing light.
Unexpectedly decent. After a couple of Shrek sequels that were pushing the jokes and twists too hard, Chris Miller makes a second attempt to make something worwhile in the perseverant Dreamworks Animation Studios, and the result is good enough to be called a smart treatment of classical adventures, creatively transitioning from a western, to an adventure film, to a homage of magical fairy tales and action-packed thrills, everything with its Spanish colonial touch. I liked its constant transition styles. This is the minimum level that spinoffs should aim at.
Here's the thing with Puss in Boots, it features a fan favourite character from the Shrek series and they've gave him his own film. I didn't expect that Puss would be able to carry a film of his own and that's why I had been holding it off until now. It was actually very surprising, it was better than Shrek the Third and Shrek Forever After anyway. It feels like it's just a big version of one of the tales that Puss tells Shrek and it was very enjoyable. This tells the origin story of Puss along with one of his adventures. We start off and Puss is the one we know and love and he's wanting to get his…
Made me actually like cats. It's that good.
Another Sherk movie I thought but when I heard it was about puss in boots I said HELL YEA! My favorite character getting a spin-off yes please. Ok this movie is great and had an incredible story with fantastic voice jobs!
This was a good amount of silly fun. The story was disappointingly predictable considering how Shrek is known for subverting these kind of tropes.
The events leading up to the sword fighting cat's meeting with Shrek and his friends.
Enjoyable side trip to the Shrek series has its moments, but nothing really special.
I think you have to be a cat person to enjoy this.
A cool family film with great voice acting and story, but the twists are not only so stupid and idiotic, but predictable. Plus there is no real villan in it. Silver Medal
Nice movie! It was funny but Shrek beats this.
It’s an origin story. If there’s one thing that fifteen-plus years of Hollywood franchises have taught us, it’s that no matter how uninteresting the origin stories of beloved characters happen to be, the studios will continue feeding them to us. And Puss in Boots was very much beloved. A secondary character introduced in Shrek 2, the swashbuckling tabby cat was voiced by Antonio Banderas, who had already played Zorro in live action and so knew exactly what tone the role called for. He gives the character boundless charm, and cats are incredibly cute. This isn’t rocket science.
Puss finds pussy to help an egg.
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