I must admit I was a bit wary of Puss in Boots, Dreamworks Animation’s spin-off of its blockbuster Shrek franchise. The sparkling 2001 debut, the legendary Shrek encounter and after a steady decline in the quality of each. Although the last entry in 2010, Shrek forever after, a slight improvement on its predecessor flatly mediocre, but it is difficult Puss in Boots, and my eyes at least, to generate, there is a transparent attempt to get more milk as a further the mark of my poor appetite.
Thankfully, I was wrong. Puss in Boots is a surprising delight, lively and powerful body, ignoring the old franchise, gave birth to it.When we meet him in the film, the dashing rogue Puss (Antonio Banderas) is already an infamous outlaw. In search of his next score, he is lured by a beguiling rival, Kitty Softclaws (Salma Hayek), into an ambitious and risky scheme orchestrated by his former childhood friend, Humpty Dumpty (Zach Galifianakis), to steal magic beans from the murderous bandits Jack (Billy Bob Thornton) and Jill (Amy Sedaris).
The story is set in the fictional town of San Ricardo, a world far removed from Shrek’s Far Far Away. In fact, you'll be hard-pressed any reference to a movie Shrek to find. The need for a similar animation style, but otherwise, Puss in Boots is his animal: a rapid pace, beautiful animation and a refreshing lack of gratuitous pop culture references and crude humor, marking the decline of their ancestors. Story is at the expense of the scene, but it does not the charm of the film, which is due to Banderas' dynamic voice credits.