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Film Review - Puss in Boots


Introduced to the world in 2004’s “Shrek 2,” the character of Puss in Boots went on to steal the movie away from the neurotic green ogre, blending common feline instincts with a feisty vocal performance from Antonio Banderas. The furry clown would go on to become the highlights of “Shrek the Third” and “Shrek Forever After,” leaving Dreamworks with no choice but to gift the frisky kitty his own starring vehicle. “Puss in Boots” isn’t exactly the freewheeling adventure the cat deserves, weighed down by a leaden script, but isolated antics remain as amusing as ever, demanding Banderas rear back and let loose with a full-body performance that carries the film heroically through some pointlessly heavy plotting. Read the rest at


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