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.

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Continuity mistake: When Puss in Boots plants his sword in the ground then jumps out of his boots, his sword, boots and hat are nowhere near any trees or grass. Yet after attacking Shrek, Puss in Boots lands in his boots, and his boots, sword and hat have moved to being right beside a tree. (00:32:30)

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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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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.

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Question: If I remember correctly, in the trailer the magazine that the Wolf was reading was called "The New Porker" or something similar. Any reason why it was changed to "Pork Illustrated" in the final film?

Answer: The gag is that the wolf has developed a peculiar sexual fetish: he wears women's clothing for fun and is attracted to pigs. The magazine was changed for the trailer to be less suggestive (and thus to make the trailer G-rated).

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