animated movie Shrek 2 © Dreamworks / PDI
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Shrek 2

After Shrek and Fiona return from their honeymoon, they find out that Fiona's parents want to meet their new son-in-law. So, the ogre newlyweds hop in their onion carriage and journey to Fiona's kingdom--which is appropriately known as Far Far Away. Once arriving there however the ogre couple find out the parents had locked Fiona away in the tower so she could fall in love and marry the impossibly handsome Prince Charming--not Shrek! In Jeffrey Katzenberg's words: "So it's a little bit of Guess Who's Coming to Dinner meets Shrek."

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The story continues after "happily ever after," when Shrek and Fiona come back from their honeymoon, they find an invitation to a royal ball with Fiona's parents...
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Shrek 2 tries hard not to rewarm old material. Whereas the first Shrek ripped into Disney with vicious vigor, Shrek 2 expands into more generic territory while still giving us...
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Shrek 2 is the best of the Shrek series. While the first Shrek was just okay and Shrek the 3rd was "blah", this film manages to improve on the first...
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Edit: revisited 8/07 and lost half a star. Nice to look at, but it's really pretty weak compared with the original. The animation, textures and look of the film are often...
Created by: Dreamworks, PDI
Language: English
Country of Origin: USA
Featuring the voices of:
Mike Myers ... Shrek
Eddie Murphy ... Donkey
Cameron Diaz ... Princess Fiona
Julie Andrews ... Queen Lillian (Fiona's mother)
John Cleese ... King Harold (Fiona's father)
Rupert Everett ... Prince Charming
Jennifer Saunders ... The Fairy Godmother
Antonio Banderas ... Puss 'n Boots
Larry King ... The Evil Stepsister
Conrad Vernon ... The Gingerbread Man
Executive Producers: Jeffrey Katzenberg
Writing Credits: Joe Stillman and Andrew Adamson
Art Directors: Steve Pilcher
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