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Puss in Boots Reviews

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½ December 26, 2017
Worth watching but not a must see film.
½ November 21, 2017
While not as good as Shrek 2, this film has a lot of things that they had charm, wit, adventure, and a fun story. I enjoyed this movie, and I recommend watching it, especially if you love this character.
October 6, 2017
So this movie was not my favorite I did not think there was a lot of action in this movie but hay I laughed some what so it is silly
September 16, 2017
While I love the character, it was fun and entertaining for the first 45 mins or so. The last 30 mins were laboriously slow as it got younger, cornier, and the plot super thin.
½ August 31, 2017
Though the plot is as generic as any other kid flick, but thanks to a well rounded cast and humor, "Puss in Boots" prove that our favorite feline can stand on its own without the help of Shrek and his friends. Think of this as family friendly version of the Indiana Jones franchise, but with fantasy characters instead. Cat lovers will adore this film.
August 16, 2017
The hardcore Shrek fans wanted a Donkey spin-off but DreamWorks is all like "No! You'll get what you're given" and back in 2011, we had this movie since nothing interesting happened in Donkey's life before the events of the first Shrek movie. By all statistical analysis, Puss in Boots should've been a lame cash grab that everyone hated regardless of the Internet saying "It's not ogre. It's never ogre.". And while it seems to be a bit lacking in the irresistible irreverence - ooh, four-letter alliteration, I wasn't even planning on that - that made the first two Shreks big hits in the first place, it manages to avoid the flaws that weighed Shreks 3 & 4. Antonio Banderas' vocal performance as the titular character is great. I wouldn't be surprised if I asked a person "What's the first film that comes to your mind when I say the name Antonio Banderas?" and they answered with either this movie or Shrek 2. The Mask of Zorro was good and all but I think it was forgotten fairly quickly and more and more people are starting to forget that Desperado exists. Hell, Johnny Depp got more screen time than him in Once Upon a Time in Mexico. Yeah, I think this kitty with adorable large eyes is more famous than Banderas nowadays similiarly to Eddie Murphy and Donkey. The visuals are spectacular. Some of DreamWorks' best animation to date. In fact, it even looks photorealistic sometimes. Not THAT photorealistic but I found the rendering to be breathtaking. And there's also a decent amount of jokes and fun action sequences. So, is Puss in Boots a good movie? Yes, it's as good as it gets by creating a visually splendid, briskly paced and humorous, action-packed ride that manages to surpass expectations and be granted the chance to start its own spin-off franchise.
½ June 25, 2017
Puss in Boots was not one of my favorite characters in The Shrek movies. I had no interest in seeing a spinoff star him. This movie surprised me on so many levels. The animation was amazing and the story kept me watching the movie with interest. This movie was excellent and anyone who enjoys Shrek, will love this.
June 4, 2017
Divertido,mas Shrek continua superior
½ May 26, 2017
This was really good! I don't like it as much as Shrek 1 or Shrek 2, but it totally turns Shrek 3 and Shrek 4 into dust.
May 21, 2017
tiene un guion que por momentos la convierte en la mejor película de la franquicia pero también tiene sus altiva- bajos
½ April 11, 2017
I love this movie.
It's essentially the reason I love Dream Works so much.
They're able to balance serious emotions and comedic antics without having one overshadow the other(For the most part,anyway.).
The story is completely unpredictable, the animation is gorgeously detailed and expressive and the characters are lovable.
Sure,it has a few problems like the sometimes annoying comedy and Humpty Dumpty SOMEHOW becoming a king in the last act, but it's stil a great movie and for being such a great movie, it deserves the first ever Glowing Medallion Of Greatness.
A medallion that is offered to movies that appreciate the art of film, and make 90 minutes of your life feel worth it like Moana,Zootopia,Beauty And The Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King and Kubo And The Two Strings.
½ April 9, 2017
It's a nice change of tone from Shrek but there's nothing about Puss in Boots that really stands out. In fact I found it occasionally flat and dull.
April 5, 2017
Quite good, puss and humpty dumpty on a mission to get the magic beans to go up the beanstalk and get the golden eggs
February 23, 2017
Escaped from the Shrek movies Puss In Boots to put up a good show in their own movie. Classic tales characters are mixed in the same manner as Shrek Brussels, but the background is changed into some kind of Spain and the mix of wilderness. The feel of the threat it strange when she sees talking to the big screen in the egg, but the whole movie is like one of the modern fairy tale. Although the movie has been put Potty-Jack and the Beanstalk fairy tale, which is still spiced golden egg laying and chick size of the apartment building goose, is Chris Miller's post is a skillful and fun. Entertain spectators of all ages well.
January 25, 2017
I much preferred this to the Shrek film that it sprang from.
January 3, 2017
An brilliant film with lots of action
½ November 29, 2016
Lovable characters and stylish story.
Super Reviewer
½ November 4, 2016
It's enough to expand its Shrek universe and embrace its surprisingly charming side-character. Puss in Boots' solid CGI, star-studded voice cast and loveable charm hides the hairball of mishaps in plot that congested the film. 3.5/5
½ August 5, 2016
Puss In Boots deepens the lure of this iconic character from the Shrek franchise and manages to solidify its charm with great visuals and cute cast of characters.
August 5, 2016
A surprisingly fun film which doesn't rely on the success of Shrek to gain its plaudits. Despite spawning from Shrek, Puss in Boots manages to breed it's own world with it's veryown characters. They are very familiar characters but the take on the fairy tales is original and a lot of fun. The script is tightly woven and links together well giving an emotional backstory that is worthy of the required character arcs. The animation is as solid as you expect from Dreamworks as is the A-list voice cast. It is potentially Humpty Alexander Dumpty that steals the show here who is well voiced by Zach Galifianakis. There are stumbles, especially after the halfway mark where it all threatens to fall to pieces but the final act does bring it back on track despite not hitting the initial laugh count. There are laughs, action, fairy tale and darkness and all comes together to make a thoroughly enjoyable film. Shrek it isn't quite but it certainly beats some of the poorer animation efforts.
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