Five Favorite Films

Five Favorite Films with Puss in Boots

DreamWorks lets the cat out of the bag.

by | October 28, 2011 | Comments

I don’t know you, but I’d like to. This Friday, come meet me under the cover of darkness for a film with the greatest subject: ME…Puss in Boots. Stepping out of the green ogre’s very large shadow, I am showcasing my considerable talents in a movie that has it all: drama, action, comedy, a little swashbuckling and, yes, a lot of romance. Before I sweep you off your feet and into my new adventure, get to know me a little more: Presenting my Five Favorite Films…

Cat People (Paul Schrader, 1982; 64% Tomatometer)


I am fond of both cats and people… but mostly Natassja Kinski.

The Birds (Alfred Hitchcock, 1963; 95% Tomatometer)



My hat is off to Senor Hitchcock. Never has a movie both terrified me and made me hungry at the same time.

Booty Call (Jeff Pollack, 1997; 25% Tomatometer)



Great boots!

The Adventures of Milo and Otis (Masanori Hata, 1989; 80% Tomatometer)



Ignore the boring parts with the dog… It’s the seminal performance of the orange tabby that is nothing short of brilliant!

Dirty Harry (Don Siegel, 1971; 95% Tomatometer)



Anything Dirty Harry. He’s the only man I fear.


Puss in Boots is opening wide this Friday. It has also gone Certified Fresh, so my motion picture has officially joined the ranks of Citizen Kane.

(Major thanks to DreamWorks Animation!)

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