This is good without being spectacular. Funny in parts but not setting me ablaze with laughter, although I can see this really appealing to the younger generation. The animation is World class, the voice overs are very fitting to the characters expressions and it's got a very endearing feel good vibe to it. Based around several nursery rhymes and children's books, it sees the journey of Puss going in search of some golden eggs in order to help restore riches to his home town, and regain his honour in the process. With Kitty soft paws, Humpty Dumpty and Jack and Jill all part of this incredible journey, there is a real mash up of well known adventures. It's humorous without being crude, musical without having any real recognisable tunes, and pleasing on the eye without warranting much repeat value. I was genuinely surprised about the ending in the sense that one character appeared to fall to their death which never really happens in fairy tales, and despite my love for all things gruesome, some times the setting just doesn't lend itself to a bit of horror, no matter how innocent and animated it may be. Pitched as a prequel to Puss' introduction in Shrek 2, this provides perhaps more of a teaser to the main event that's capable of entertaining both Children and adults. Solid movie to keep the kids busy but not diverse enough to really capture my appetite.