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on September 28, 2004
I loved this movie. It was the first movie I ever took my 3 year old daughter to and she didn't bat an eye for the first 45 minutes. Our whole family loved it and the theatre roared with laughter throughout. It was very much different from the first but who needs to see the first one redone, right? I truly thought it was very well done and totally action-packed. Mike Meyers is the best!
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on November 8, 2004
I don't get the poor reviews - this film was everything the first Shrek brought and then some. The attention to detail was perfect, the characters hysterical, and the story wonderful for all ages. I was amazed at how intelligent, creative, and humourous this sequel ended up being. The constant parodies on Disney - absolute genius. In my opinion, the people behind Shrek have made another masterpiece. Looking forward to a 3rd Shrek!
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More lavish animation, more unforgettable characters, more great songs, more sharply intelligent wit and comedy - all that and more goes into this sequel to the wildly successful Shrek. The look and feel of this film really are incredible and amazingly realistic, especially in terms of all the human characters. Unlike most films built upon a unique, breathtaking visual style, though, Shrek 2 relies upon a strong and compelling plot for its greatest success. Even though the first film introduced us to Shrek-oriented parodies of fairy tales, motion pictures, music, and pop culture in general, the script still works its magic by consistently surprising and delighting the audience. It's a worthy successor to a blockbuster of a film - although I still liked the first film better. Aye, I laughed pretty much from beginning to end during Shrek 2, but the film lacked some of the truly gut-busting comic antics of the original.

Do I really need to rehash the plot here? Shrek's and Fiona's newfound happiness together is put to the test when Shrek's royal in-laws, the king and queen of Far Far Away, invite their daughter and her new husband home for a marriage celebration. The folks expect Prince Charming, of course, and are less than prepared for the ogre factor. Prince Charming is none too happy, either, and his mother the glamorous Fairy Godmother (you just can't trust a fairy godmother anymore these days) sets out to right the wrong caused by Shrek's unexpected rescue of Fiona. The king is a willing accomplice, even going so far as to contract a hit on Shrek with the renowned feline assassin Puss in Boots. In order to keep Fiona, Shrek makes the ultimate sacrifice, turning himself into a handsome man, but the Fairy Godmother thwarts him at every turn. Even with the help of his friends from back home in the swamp, it looks like the honeymoon - and marriage itself - is over.

Everyone seems to be wild about Antonio Banderas as Puss in Boots, and he does make a great addition to the Shrek universe. The heart of Shrek, however, still remains in the able voices of Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz, and Eddie Murphy. It's pretty simple, really - if you enjoyed Shrek, you will certainly enjoy Shrek 2. The extras on the DVD add even more delight to the Shrek 2 experience. The Far Far Away Idol contest is a brilliant addition. You get not one but two filmmaker commentaries (but, sadly, no commentaries with any of the actors), and several looks at the making of the film are also worthy of your time. The rest of the special features are a little less impressive than they look, however - several of them basically just take you to selected scenes from the film itself. Still, there's plenty here to occupy your time and magnify the entertainment value of an ingenious film all but guaranteeing a good time for one and all.
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TOP 50 REVIEWERon April 7, 2011
A lot of fun, with good new characters voiced by John Cleese and Antonio Banderas. It just doesn't have quite the magic of the first film. But of course that's to be expected - part of what made the first so amazing was the wonderful world they created. Now that the world is familiar, it's hard to keep that same 'lightning in a bottle' enchantment.

Still, way better than most sequels, and worth seeing if you enjoyed the original.

Try to get the widescreen version -- with animation this nice and detailed it's a shame to lose big chunks of the image.
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on February 10, 2005
Bonjour à tous,
Pour commencer, j'aimerait vous dire que j'ai beaucoup aimer Shrek 2. J'ai offert à ma soeur le DVD et elle ma avouer que parmi tous les cadeaux qu'elle a reçu c'est le plus beau cadeau que je lui ait offert, ce qui ma beaucoup toucher. Au début quand j'ai visionner le film j'ai cru un instant que j'allait être déçu mais avec la magie du cinéma j'ai était emballer le fait qu'ils beaucoup innover dans l'histoire de la suite.
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on November 11, 2004
Shrek and his lovable loud mouthed donkey are back in this wonderful and creative film. the film is great and it has wonderful special features like *Far Far Away Idol* (simalar to american idol) where the charecters battle it out to see who is the winnwer of Far Far Away Idol. At the end, You at home can vote for your favorite charecter. i give Shrek 2 1000 thumbs up!!
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on December 10, 2004
I love how shrek looks like when he got to be a
human. He looks even more cuter when he was
in the mud with his new wife. You can say it was
boring, but I think it was funny, romantic, etc.
Shrek is a row modle to me. So that is why I really
love shrek.
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on November 10, 2004
Shrek 2 was an excellent movie, one that everyone will enjoy! It's just as entertaining and smart as the first one, and can be watched over and over.
Not just another kids movie, this one is for the adults too!
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on June 7, 2015
Would r8 8/8 m8
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on July 30, 2014
very good
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