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antoshka over 4 years ago
So funny!!! Couldn't stop laughing, seriously! I love the Shrek movies!
Tony Gandía almost 5 years ago
Bordering on the risk of getting tired. A bit overdone; no laugh-out loud laughs
Jonathan Evans 6 years ago
Shrek the terd. When will folks understand that cool kids don't give a shit about babies.
Kakra over 6 years ago
Diogo Almeida over 6 years ago
Lowell Perkins almost 7 years ago
Just look at Shrek's face. That sums up this entire movie.
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
It's best not to mention this movie around me. Sickeningly bad. The death of a franchise.
Michael Cole 7 years ago
By far the weakest in the series, more geared towards children than the whole family
Don Lathrop 2 months ago
Giorgia 10 months ago
Liam Price 1 year ago
Joaquin Heye 1 year ago
India Glavey over 1 year ago
Car over 1 year ago
Herbe Astrale over 1 year ago
Lauren Armstrong over 1 year ago
Bèsø Ðuŋ over 1 year ago
Sarah Taylor over 1 year ago
Shrek the Third (also known as Shrek 3) is a 2007 American animated film, and the third film in the Shrek series. It was produced by Jeffrey Katzenberg for DreamWorks Animation, and is distributed by Paramount Pictures. It was released in U.S. theaters on May 18, 2007 (exactly six years after the first film). Although the film received mixed reviews from critics, it grossed $798,958,162, making it a commercial success. It was produced with the working title of Shrek 3, the name being changed to avoid potential confusion with Shrek 4-D. Like the first two Shrek films, the film is based on fairy tale themes. It was nominated for Best Animated Movie at the 2008 Kids' Choice Awards and was also nominated for the BAFTA Award for Best Animated Film at the 61st British Academy Film Awards. This film also pairs former Monty Python members Eric Idle & John Cleese for the first time since 1993's Splitting Heirs (Idle plays Merlin, Cleese plays King Harold). The film starts with a vengeful...
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