Puss in Boots WWW Score: 89%
The movie revolves around the mystical, magical beans that sprout the beanstalk of legend. Puss (once again Antonio Banderas in an outstanding performance) reluctantly partnering with his on-again/off-again buddy Humpty Alexander Dumpty (Jack Galifianakis) - the egg aiming to steal said beans from Jack & Jill - ogres in their own right. The story tends to be somewhat discursive but it's the addition of one Kitty Softpaws (Salma Hayek) that is key to keeping "Puss" such an entertaining romp. She's a feline outlaw in her own right - her extended dance-off with Puss in an underground speakeasy is utterly electrifying.
While 3D has far too often been an unnecessary accessory - "Puss" takes full advantage of the technology - the chases on rooftops are "The Bourne Ultimatum" taken to the oft astonishing third dimension. Bet the litter box that the cat in the hat will be back - "Puss in Boots" is fantastic family fun - both kids and adults will lap it up like a cold glass of milk.