Puss In Boots

Puss In Boots
Puss In Boots

Year

2011

Duration

90 minutes

Genres

Animation

Language

English

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Synopsis

After playing second fiddle to a green ogre and a donkey, Shrek franchise charmer Puss in Boots finally gets his own spin-off adventure. A fast-paced and inventive origins story, this Zorro-style animated fantasy amusingly explores how the swashbuckling, outlaw moggy became a fairytale legend. Witty film references and spot-on voice casting add to the fun, as Puss joins feisty feline Kitty Softpaws and his childhood pal Humpty Dumpty on a mission to steal magic beans from the evil Jack and Jill. The trio intends to use these enchanted legumes to grow a beanstalk and access the mythical castle in the sky: home to the goose that lays golden eggs. But, naturally, complications quickly arise – not least because Puss has the hots for Kitty…

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Contains mild comic fight scenes and innuendo.

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