Puss in Boots
Time Out says
The plot is drawn out and lacks emotional impact: the whole trip up the beanstalk feels like filler. But plenty of irresistible set pieces have charm to spare, whether it’s a cat dance-off in a seedy barn or a flashback to Puss’s youth when he is – cute alert! – a huge-eyed little kitten. As ever, much of the humour mixes anthropomorphism with well-observed reminders of Puss’s feline status: watch him lap up a hard shot of milk with glee. ‘Puss in Boots’ is uneven, but when it’s on course, cat fans will be in heaven.