Shrek 2

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9.7/10. A sequel that surpasses its predecessor. I liked how it took its cue from "Guess Who's Coming To Dinner." The character of Shrek honestly seems like a real person. He has his faults, prejudices, and is insecure. This connects with the audience such as people like myself. I like how he sacrifices for Fiona showing how far he's willing to go for someone. This is again just like anyone in real life would do. It's well done, easily a classic.Kids and adults will always love this one. It's a masterpiece.

Rob245

Continuity mistake: When Shrek, Donkey, and Puss are in the dungeon, Gingy and Pinocchio go down to save them. There is a leaf on Pinocchio's nose. After his nose extends and Gingy runs across it, the leaf is gone. Later in the scene the leaf is back.

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Puss-in-Boots: I hate Mondays.

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Trivia: A little foreshadowing - when the King first goes to the Poison Apple pub, a frog with ruby red lips asks him if she has met him before.

Johny English
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Question: Since Shrek and Fiona were both turned in to humans by the Happily Ever After Potion and Donkey is turned in to Stallion, does anyone have an idea as to what Dragon would have become since she is Donkey's True Love?

Answer: It was confirmed by the filmmakers that Dragon is actually Donkey's true love, and that when Donkey was a stallion she changed as well, supposedly into a talking pegasus.

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