Excerpt: This review probably deserves some clear, personal honesty: Donkey deserved the starring role. It’s not that Puss in Boots wasn’t an engaging character with potential for a breakout franchise, but Mr. Waffles? Seriously? How can you reject that opportunity?
Conclusion: Puss in Boots is yet another good effort from DreamWorks Animation, doing its part to distance the studio from its old reputation as a crass Pixar knock-off and reinforce its new one as one of the most reliably entertaining and increasingly sophisticated makers of family films.
Excerpt: The enduring legend of the Shrek lives on with its witty characters and seemingly never-ending bevy of source material. Fans of the franchise will no doubt gravitate to this “spinoff” of sorts starring Antonio Banderas’ highly popular “Puss.
Excerpt: Since his introduction in Shrek 2 , Puss in Boots has been a fun character to watch, from the swagger that comes with being voiced by Antonio Banderas to his inherent ability to use his “cute kitty” powers. But does he have the ability to carry a movie by himself?