After Shrek and Princess Fiona’s honeymoon, the couple goes to her parents’ for dinner. When a Fairy Godmother discovers Fiona and Shrek are married, she reminds the King about a deal they agreed on years ago: that Fiona should have married her son, who happens to be Prince Charming.
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Bigger middle finger to the fairy tales. Although I'm not a fan of sequels, this one totally lives up to its precedent, coming funnier, bolder and greener than before. Maybe a bit extreme to give ★★★★★, but it's the type of movie that always entertains me, no matter what - and sometimes that's all you need.
Far more oriented in pop culture than the first, this entry in the Shrek franchise comes across like a bad Family Guy wannabe, and Family Guy isn't good in the first place. Simply making pop culture references does not a good or funny film make, Donkey and Puss In Boots are funny, though not enough to save the movie...
Continues the quirky and laugh-out-loud funny tale of Shrek and his mismatched companions. I like it for what it is, a young adult "kids" film that was quite rebellious in its heyday but seems utterly innocent and sweet when you happen to rewatch it nowadays. Eddie Murphy steals the show.