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The True Story of Puss’ N Boots on DVD Review

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True Story of Puss N BootsYour little ones can learn all about the real story with the release of The True Story of Puss ‘N Boots. Now available from Phase 4 Films, this animated movie is true to the original story based on the famous Puss ‘N Boots character by Charles Perrault. Starring Emmy and Golden Globe winner William Shatner as the voice of Puss, this movie is about accomplishing your dreams no matter who you are.

A young farmers son inherits a strange talking cat with magical boots. With his cunning wit, Puss helps him win the heart of the Princess while battling devious suitors that are after the throne.
Our Take: This movie is definitely different. It starts off in a castle set in France, maybe in 1500/1600 century. I was thinking this is going to be good, I love that time period! Unfortunately, that was not the case. The princess broke out into a modern song and dance and then a French song that my kids just did not get. There was also an organ playing monkey that appears, an orge that changes into an octopus, a Chamberlain, a jester and a hunchback. This movie was nothing even close to the adorable Puss in Shrek. William Shatner, who did the voice of Puss, was downright awful. It was so irritating! My kids only watched for a bit before getting bored. My seven-year-old thought that “The True Story” would explain how Puss got his black boots and hat. But no, no explanation on why Puss is the way he is. This is one cartoon that I can not recommend.
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