Summary: The film is about a simple request to Rumpelstiltskin to feel like an ogre again sends Shrek to an alternate version of Far Far Away where Fiona is hunted, donkey is a stranger and Puss has let himself go. This movie is way and I mean way better then the third with better jokes.
Summary: A hair better than part three. This too has a lame story (copy/paste of 'It's A Wonderful Life), but it's slightly more entertaining. I mean, I at least laughed a couple of times. This series could've gone out on a higher note.
Excerpt: Shrek has hit a mid life crisis and is tired of the whole lovable ogre image and wants to return to those good old days when he was feared as an ogre. He makes an ill-advised deal with the tiny but devious Rumpelstiltskin that will allow him to do just that, but he hadn't considered that with his brand new life came the loss of his old life - including his family and friends. Fiona no longer knows him and, of course, their children don't exist.
Summary: Nice movie. Good movie for all the family, friends, kids and ground-up. Recomend it to all ages. Nice movie. Good movie for all the family, friends, kids and ground-up. Recomend it to all ages. Nice movie. Good movie for all the family, friends, kids and ground-up. Recomend it to all ages.
Summary: It's amazing that, no matter how many Shrek films are made, they each manage to somehow be filled with enough original shots at pop culture and clever jokes to be entertaining. Obviously not the greatest animated film ever made, but completely watchable and fun throughout.
Summary: Shrek Forever After. By far the best Shrek movie of all. It has entertained my 2 year old son for hours and hours. What I like about the Shrek movies is that they are made for both children and adults and are very funny. This specific movie is about Shrek living the married life and feeling like he is stuck in a routine. Being married myself, I think I've felt that way many times before. The ending is very nice it shows a real life lesson and it even made me cry.