I'm not often to completely and entirely dismiss a Dreamworks film, but I honestly don't find anything interesting in "Puss in Boots". The company is looking for any way it can forestall the complete apocalypse of its most lucrative franchise, so they've resorted to this. Puss was an effective one-off character in "Shrek 2". He didn't need to be kept on for the next two, which lacked any structure or payoff. He's lost his once strong flavor, and though I haven't exactly been following the latest film, it looks lacking in the needed static charge.