A while before Puss (Antonio Banderas) met Shrek and Donkey in Shrek 2, he arrived in town whilst trying to escape from the clutches of a bounty hunter, where he learns that the outlaw couple of Jack (Billy Bob Thornton) and Jill (Amy Sedaris) have acquired the magic beans that are able to lead him to a castle holding treasured golden goose eggs.
When Puss tries to steal the magic beans from Jack and Jill, he crosses paths with Kitty, his female match. Kitty then leads Puss to his old friend now foe Humpty Dumpty, and this is where the memories and betrayal begin to elaborate Puss’ doubt. Even with his doubt, Puss agrees to help Humpty and Kitty in a plan to take possession of the magic beans, trying to save himself and his town in the process by clearing his name.
Puss in Boots involves some outrageous witty fun that is blended in with some fairytale elements and for fans of the Shrek franchise; this is definitely one for you. –T.P
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This is a fun filled movie that is suitable for the entire family. If you like Shrek, you will definitely like Puss in Boots.
Awesome family film!
Puss in Boots is another winner from Dreamworks.
Puss is brilliant in Shrek as part of a a cast of different characters with their own charms and idiosyncrasies - but as the main man in this movie he's far from 'purr-fect'. Additional characters Jack and Jill are brilliantly drawn, but Humpty Dumpty as Puss's childhood friend and Kitty Softclaws don't quite reach the heights of the full franchise. Once you've seen Puss dance, his sword play flourish and his eyes go wide you've seen the film (and isn't most of that list in Shrek 2?). Save it for a very wet afternoon when nothing else will do.
This has been a hit with our 3 year old son since it arrived. It is full of adventure and action packed - just how boys like it.
Puss in Boots was okay, me and my brother weren't overly keen. Most games that are based on movies get boring quickly, as they follow a script, and there's not much variation, so that let it down.
I watched this DVD because of Puss in Boots' role in the Shrek films and I have got to say I was not disappointed. The film told his story from a kitten up to his role in Shrek 2. I found myself laughing at the most stupid things and loved the whole thing.