Shrek 2

Fiona thinks Prince Charming is Shrek in human form so she chooses him. Shrek, Donkey, and Puss in Boots crash the ball. When Fairy Godmother goes to shoot Shrek with her wand, King Harold sacrifices himself and turns into his real form: a frog. Meanwhile Fairy Godmother is shot with her own spell and explodes into bubbles, leaving only her broken glasses and wand. Fiona decides she loves Shrek as his ogre-self, the "man" she married. They both turn back into Ogres. Donkey turns back into a real donkey from his stallion form. All end up happy, and Shrek and King Harold are harmonious. At the end, everyone sings "Livin' La Vida Loca". Also, after the credits, there is an extra ending which explains why the dragon does not appear in this story at all. It turns out she has had little donkey-dragon babies and as donkey says 'Look at the little mutant babies!'

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Audio problem: When the Fairy Godmother sings "Holding Out for a Hero" she tells the pianist to 'put it in C minor,' yet the pianist immediately begins to play in G minor, and the rest of the song is sung in that key. (01:08:15)

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[Donkey, Shrek, and Puss in Boots have just been arrested.]
Donkey: What about my rights? You're supposed to say I have the right to remain silent. Nobody said I had to remain silent!
Shrek: Donkey, you have the right to remain silent. What you lack is the capacity.

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Question: When Shrek and the gang decide to visit the Muffin Man, Shrek says, "We're going to need flour, lots and lots of flour." I remember a similar line (but not referring to flour) from another movie. What movie was that from and what was the line?

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