Corrected entry: When Shrek kicks the guards away from the crank that reels the drawbridge up and down it should spin freely as soon as the guards hands are removed. But instead it takes a few seconds to move. And it doesn't have a locking mechanism, because Shrek doesn't even touch the crank to release it. (01:14:15)
Corrected entry: When Shrek is reading Fiona's diary, it says that she had to wait for a prince to come and rescue her from her tower. However, that means Fiona must have still have had her diary when she was in the tower. It is clear that Fiona has not returned home since she was locked in the tower, so how could her diary have been at home?
Corrected entry: Right at the end, when the clock starts to strike midnight, during the tolls they decide not to kiss. This is all very well except midnight always comes on the first toll, not on the last, so even if they had decided to kiss they would have been too late. However, it certainly allows more dramatic tension which is why it is done this way, although it's still wrong. (01:15:25)David Mercier
Corrected entry: When donkey is transformed to a Stallion, he begins to "test" his abilities. When he runs around in a circle, notice that there is sand coming up from every step he takes, but no print, which there should be. (00:51:45)
Corrected entry: When Shrek visits the Fairy Godmother, she refers to the "happy endings" of several story books, including The Little Mermaid and Sleeping Beauty. Since these story characters really do exist in Far Far Away, presumably she's talking about events that have already happened to them. Yet, when we see Sleeping Beauty at the ball she's still asleep and has no husband with her; and The Little Mermaid steals a cuddle with the (supposedly repulsive) Shrek at the very start of the film - not the action of a happily married mermaid.Moose
Corrected entry: Fiona's parents both have English accents, so how did Fiona acquire an American accent when she has been locked in a tower by herself for years?
Corrected entry: After Shrek, Donkey and Puss find out from the magic card that they can make a personal appointment in Fairy Godmother's office, Donkey starts walking in the direction of the office. But how did he know where to go, if he's never been there before, and the card didn't say where it is?