Thursday, 15 December 2011

Puss in Boots Review

Puss in Boots

Release Date: 8th December 2011 - Australia

Production Companies
DreamWorks Animation

Paramount Pictures Australia

Genre: Animation/Family

Rating: PG

Runtime: 90 minutes

Budget: $130,000,000

Box Office Gross: $554,987,477

Plot Summary
The story of Puss in
Boots adventures and
misadventures before
he met up with friends
with Shrek and Donkey.

Voice Cast
Antonio Banderas - Puss in Boots
Salma Hayek - Kitty Softpaws
Zach Galifianakis - Humpty Alexander Dumpty
Billy Bob Thornton - Jack
Amy Sedaris - Jill
Constance Marie - Imelda
Guillermo del Toro - Comandante
Mike Mitchell - Andy Beanstalk

Based on Character - Charles Perrault
Director - Chris Miller
Story - William Davis & Brian Lynch
Story/Screenplay - Tom Wheeler
Executive Producers - Andrew Adamson,
Michelle Raimo & Guillermo del Toro
Co-Executive Producer - John H. Williams
Producers - Joe M. Aguilar & Latifa Ouaou
Creative Consultant - Peter Ramsey
Production Designer - Guillaume Aretos
Visual Consultant - Roger Deakins
Head of Character Animation - Fabio Lignini
Computer Graphics Supervisor -
Jonathan Harman
Animation Supervisor - Nicolas A. Chauvelot
Film Editor - Eric Dapkewicz
Music - Henry Jackman

Made as a spin-off prequel to the SHREK franchise, PUSS IN BOOTS is an entertaining but a good and daringly CGI animated movie that has plenty of laughs and action for everyone and it is impressive in 3D. The film's voice acting was terrific such as Antonio Banderas who did a fantastic job of voicing the title character and even Salma Hayek for Puss's female counterpart Kitty.

I have not reviewed any of the Shrek movies such as SHREK 2 where Puss is first introduced. This spin-off movie while less than purr-fect is a must see for Shrek fans and cat-lovers.

Star rating: (4/5) Good Movie

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