DreamWorks Animation,

Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Zach Galifianakis, Amy Sedaris, Billy Bob Thornton

One of the cutest characters to come out of the Shrek films is Puss in Boots (Antonio Banderas). He has a sweet look that will melt your heart (the sad eyes!), and yet he’s a ferocious warrior. But where did he come from? This is the story of of the legendary feline fighter, Puss in Boots that shows us the answers to where he came from. With is friends Humpty Dumpty (Zach Galifianakis) and Kitty Softpaws (Salma Hayek), Puss sets off on a quest to clear his name, as everyone thinks he wanted outlaw. Trying to win back Humpty Dumpty, he executes a plan to steal the magic beans back from the real bad guys, Jack and Jill, then head to the giant’s castle and grab the “golden goose”, and clear Puss’ name.

I was sorely disappointed in this movie. Man, I was so anxious to see it when I heard it was coming out. Puss in Boots was one of my favorite characters, after Shrek’s family, and the Donkey, and I was excited to pop this DVD in the player and see the story of Puss in Boots. Gee, it was awful boring. I just couldn’t get interested in the story, the characters are flat and uninteresting, and the action was flabby. There just wasn’t anything to sink your teeth into, and as time goes by, you realize you are not paying much attention, and suddenly things like dirty fingernails, or an itchy spot on your back are way more fascinating that this film. I really, really wanted to like this movie, and I just didn’t. With all the wonderful animated films out there, I would really watch Toy Story or Shrek again, before ever watching this one again. It seemed to go on forever. I am still disappointed though.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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