Puss in boots christian movie review

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Puss in Boots by Jerry Pinkney

A beautifully illustrated retelling of the beloved fairy tale from Caldecott Medal-winning author Jerry Pinkney
For generations, children have been enchanted by the tale of the clever cat in fancy boots who outsmarts a king and a sorcerer to win a castle and a bride for his penniless master. The humor, the magic, and a lush Renaissance setting are all on glorious display, and a well-placed gatefold adds to the drama. This elegant new edition of Charles Perraults folktale is essential for every childs library. Read it in tandem with other Pinkney classic picture books like The Little Red Hen and The Lion and the Mouse.

This book is larger than life.-Library Media Connection
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Puss in Boots - AniMat's Reviews

Puss in Boots

Puss is the infamous outlaw who was once an orphan in a small town. Taken in by the local orphanage keeper, Puss loves her as a mother. At the same time, Puss makes a brotherhood with Humpty Dumpty, another orphan. Humpty dreams of finding magic beans that will grow into a bean stalk leading to the clouds where the golden goose lives. The golden goose is able to produce golden eggs, a rare and rich find. Humpty would love to have those eggs. So, with the help of Puss, he invents ways to steal so one day he can steal a golden egg.

In a land of fairy stories an orphaned kitten voiced by Antonio Banderas is taken in by a kindly woman voiced by Constance Marie. He earns his boots as an award for bravery in the village, but as he grows up, he is tricked by a greedy Humpty A. Dumpty voiced by Zak Galifiakis into becoming involved in a bank robbery and the cat must flee as an outlaw. Directed by Chris Miller. A male cat flirts several times with a female cat, purring in a deep voice and winking at her. In a cat dance club, a male cat winks at female cats and blows kisses at them causing some to faint. A male cat attempts to kiss a female cat and kisses a baby bird instead.

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T he lovable, yet fierce kitty Puss in Boots is back! Will the group be successful? The plot was fairly predictable, but enough to keep the movie going for 90 minutes.
willing to walk away from her

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Posted on Friday, October 28th, by Germain Lussier. Most of us probably rolled our eyes in disgust when we heard the news the cat from the Shrek movies was getting his own movie. We probably snickered through the trailers or joked at the posters and, up until the lights when down in the theater, that was my mindset. I was not looking forward to Puss in Boots. When the lights came up, though, the cat got me. Puss in Boots is way funnier and more exciting than it has any right to be. The characters are dynamic, the adventure sprawling and the humor is, at times, incredibly adult.

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