Shrek Forever After
Long-settled into married life and fully domesticated, Shrek (Mike Myers) begins to long for the days when he felt like a real ogre. Duped into signing a contract with devious Rumpelstiltskin, he finds himself in an alternate version of Far Far Away, where ogres are hunted, Rumpelstiltskin rules, and he and Fiona (Cameron Diaz) have never met. Shrek must find a way out of the contract to restore his world and reclaim his true love.
Release Date: May 21, 2010
Runtime: 1 hr 35 min
Director: Mike Mitchell
Producer: Andrew Adamson, Aron Warner, John H. Williams, Gina Shay, Teresa Cheng
Cast: Eddie Murphy, Regis Philbin, Meredith Vieira, Antonio Banderas, Cameron Diaz, John Cleese, Julie Andrews, Kathy Griffin, Mary Place, Mike Myers, Larry King, Ryan Seacrest, Jon Hamm, Jane Lynch, Craig Robinson, Lake Bell, Conrad Vernon, Aron Warner, Cody Cameron, Christopher Knights, Kristen Schaal, Walt Dohrn(less)
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It's a classic already, with Eddie Murphy's Donkey stealing the show.March 7th, 2011 · Details
The best Shrek of all. The rest of the movies get progressively worse.March 3rd, 2011 · Details
I was pleasantly surprised by how good this final chapter in the Shrek series was. Potty humor was way down, and thoughtful, funny story telling was way up. Animation was superb. I'm half-way inclined to own this. The message about true love, enduring love and family are the primary messages of this. Mega good job Dream-works! definitely worth seeing.February 21st, 2011 · Details
After the hugely forgettable Shrek the Third (do you remember anything about that film?), I was prepared to dislike this one. I am happy to report that my fears were unjustified. At the beginning of the film, the repetitiveness of life with children is starting to drive Shrek crazy (I totally relate to that). In a hilarious birthday party for his triplets, the craziness of the party (and it is crazy!) is the straw that breaks the ogre’s back and he bails, later confessing to Fiona that wishes it were the good old days again before he met her and they had all these kids. His wish comes true thanks to meddlesome Rumpelstiltskin. This leads Shrek into an alternate universe where he never met any of his current friends and in which he only has one day to break the spell and get his life back, which he now realizes was wonderful. I appreciated the themes in the film. The comedy was definitely there, especially in the first half. The storyline was well developed. It lost a little steam in the second half thanks to the darker story elements and the need to defeat the villain and his horrifying giant goose (seriously, this thing is SCARY). I was also disappointed that Puss ‘n Boots did not have more to do in this film. He is a fat cat now with no motivation to do anything other than eat, which is funny at first, but leads him to being a fairly useless character for the rest of the film. A pity since he is my favorite. Something that happens between him and the gingerbread man is my favorite moment of the film, though. It is very enjoyable. Not as perfectly balanced as Shrek II in terms of characters, story, and comedy, but it is the next best film in the series.July 10th, 2012 · Details
Fun movie. It is a classic. Definitely the best of the series.April 12th, 2011 · Details
It's funny and people love it, but I think it's way too crude for a kids' movie.August 18th, 2011 · Details
The only Shrek I can stand to watch a second time.July 26th, 2011 · Details
kind of stupidAugust 10th, 2011 · Details