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Puss in Boots Review

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Other Critic Reviews 'Puss In Boots' - Fun but not enough
3 Stars
By Satyen K. Bordoloi
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(3 / 5)  : Good (3 / 5) : Good  

It was really nice meeting Mr.Puss in Boots on the screen. A rhythmic existence of what i presume is a combination of tango, salsa and tap dancing is the highlight of the movie. When Puss and his lady love dates or fights, they do this dance combo which is magnificent to watch.
Darshana
   Tue, 01 Nov 2011
AUDIENCE
           
It was really nice meeting Mr.Puss in Boots on the screen. A rhythmic existence of what i presume is a combination of tango, salsa and tap dancing is the highlight of the movie. When Puss and his lady love dates or fights, they do this dance combo which is magnificent to watch.

The plot revolves around Puss, the crucified outlaw set out to prove his innocence, embarking on the adventure to claim the Golden Beans. There is Humpty Alexander Dumpty and Katie, the hot and daring female cat as Puss's crew. The combination of reality and fiction is what makes many of the scenes appealing. For example, the nasty yet highly technical sword fight between Puss and Katie also shows a cat's love for milk when the sword accidentally hits a milk can.

The wonderful pronunciation of Antonio Banderas along with Salma Hayek's attitude drives the movie. The dialogues and the grandeur of Puss has been constructed very well. Even though 'Puss in Boots' is an animation movie, there is something so real about the whole thing.
Critic: Darshana
(3 / 5)  : Good (3 / 5) : Good  

           

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