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Shrek film Review
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Shrek film Review
Animation goes to a new ground-breaking level with the introduction of DreamWorks' film, which stars the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz and John Lithgow. After the previous disappointing Grinch dumped his greenbodied, obnoxious self into so many kids' un-amused laps, it's refreshing to see a new grass-coloured ogre who's actually charming. I can remember being completely exhilarated by Toy Story when it was released. I've seen Toy Story 2, Antz, and A Bug's Life. All were terrific in their own way. Enter Shrek, a spectacular fantasy that even takes things a step further. Some moments in this film are so life like; you'd swear you are watching a live action movie
Shrek (voiced with a hilarious Scottish accent by Mike Myers) is actually an ogre that lives a rather secluded life. His life is plunged into turmoil when a barrage of fairy tale characters stampede his swampy home and make his life a living hell. In an attempt to win his home back, Shrek begins a journey that leads him to villainous ruler Farquaad (voiced by John Lithgow). It seems he is responsible for the banishment of the fairy tale critters. Farquaad offers
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