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CiciTj
May 20th, 2007, 02:15 PM
I saw this today, I was a little dissapointed it is not AS funny as the previous two but still very much worth watching. The pressure of Disney cheese has finally crept in...but the jokes are still there and fans of Shrek and Shrek 2 will defenitaly want to see it! ;)

Bree
May 20th, 2007, 02:21 PM
It's out? :confused:

Wait, where do you live? Cause it's definitely not out where I live.
I can't wait for it though, I love Shrek. :D

Miriamele
May 20th, 2007, 08:24 PM
I haven't seen it yet, but judging from the ridiculous amount of commercialism surrounding this movie (using it to sell M&Ms, etc) I kind of get the feeling that this one is going to be of a lesser quality than the last two. Riding on the coat tails of the original movie, as it were, to make an easy buck (or many).

They could make any piece of crap and put "Shrek" in the title, and millons of people would go see it.

I'm not saying it's crap--I haven't even seen it yet. But I don't have high hopes.

CiciTj
May 21st, 2007, 03:14 AM
I think triologies are getting better actually....and there seem to be alot of them at the moment, Shrek, POTC, and spiderman 3's are all out or coming out this month!

Having all the same actors is a good start, athough I was suprised by Justin Timberlake voicing one of the new mains...:confused:

Oh and it isnt out in cinema's in most places I dont think...I watched it on my computer.

Konrad
May 21st, 2007, 05:12 AM
So, what do they make fun of the most in this movie? :)

Bond
May 31st, 2007, 02:11 PM
I've never been a big fan of the Shrek movies. Preferred Monster's Inc. to the original. There's something I find fake and annoying about the values expressed in Shrek and the way it is presented. With its stylings it attempts to be hipper and with its crassness and self-aware parody it tries to sell itself as thumbing its nose at established social norms, but at the end of the day underneath it all it pretty much conveys the same kind of questionable conventional wisdom and maudlin sentiment that most people supposedly find offensive in for example the Columbus directed Harry Potter movies.