"Puss in Boots: The Last Wish" moves as quickly as its titular kitten.
The fundamentally appealing dichotomy of the "Shrek" universe's swashbuckling kitten remains firmly in place 11 years after his debut solo picture. He's a daring explorer, a ladies' man, feared and revered across the land—but he's also painfully cute as he sucks up milk from a shot glass with his pinkish, sandpapery tongue. Antonio Banderas, as usual, finds precisely the perfect tone in exploring this hairy cartoon figure's sophisticated and humorous aspects.
It all started with an Italian folk tale around 500 years ago. For many generations, folklore has been a recognizable picture of a crafty cat that talks in Spanish, always wears boots beneath his feet, and has a tendency of chivalry. European. "His Majesty" has gained widespread popularity since his debut in the Shrek franchise. As a result, for the first time in 2011, everyone got the option to follow Puss In Boots' independent trip. Are there any obstacles in the way of the honorable cat's return in this new film? Do you like it? First and foremost, it should be stated that Meo Di Hia is not an indestructible hero. But he remained unconcerned, calmly playing "foolish" several times. Always arrogant, always certain that the wonderful life would go forever, why worry eternally but refuse to enjoy it happily ? However, every enjoyable party must come to an end at some time! Although having 9 lives may seem to be a lot, it is still a limited quantity basketball stars. How can you squander your life indefinitely? The cat's pride is challenged for the first time in Puss In Boots: The Last Wish. Puss In Boots has just one more chance to live, and he should use it to do something spectacular. However, the great solstice has not been finished, and the cat encounters the true "Death God". The Cat Di Hia was utterly subdued by the Big Bad Wolf in the guise of a barbarous wolf, the crimson face of hell's blood. The cat felt pressure and death the first time he met Bad Wolf. The technical section is really the highlight, since each frightened emotion on Cat Di Hia's face is depicted in minute detail. The eyes were perplexed, the hair on his whole body sprang up from the fear of the enemy's lethal aura, and all of the "sovereign's" extra-realistic sensations were precisely replicated on the screen.