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Rumpelstiltskin tricks a mid-life crisis burdened Shrek into allowing himself to be erased from existence and cast in a dark alternate timeline where Rumpel rules supreme.

Starring:
Antonio Banderas, Eddie Murphy
Rental Formats:
DVD, Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D

Product Details

Discs
  • Feature universal
Runtime 1 hour 33 minutes
Starring Antonio Banderas, Eddie Murphy, Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz
Director Mike Mitchell
Genres Comedy
Studio PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Rental release 6 December 2010
Main languages English
Discs
  • Feature universal
Runtime 1 hour 33 minutes
Starring Antonio Banderas, Eddie Murphy, Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz
Director Mike Mitchell
Genres Comedy
Studio PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Rental release 6 December 2010
Main languages English
Discs
  • Feature parental_guidance
Runtime 1 hour 33 minutes
Starring Antonio Banderas, Eddie Murphy, Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz
Director Mike Mitchell
Genres Comedy
Studio PARAMOUNT HOME ENTERTAINMENT
Rental release 5 December 2011
Main languages English

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Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This film is great it is the way Shrek was in the first two movies. A great blend of action, (cheeky) comedy, and excellent animation. This film has everything I as a fan cried out for after the third movie, which I found very disappointing. I love the grimming of the fairy tale characters, but they still seem to be fun, then you have the main villain how is just evil and you wanted to get his comeuppance.

The story. Shrek is not happy!!! The once feared ogre is not a respected/revered to celebrity proportions. He does not like it he think he is not only losing his identity, but everything that makes him an ogre. Enter Rumpelstiltskin the deal maker, with his own axe to grind since the first film. He offers Shrek a day for a day deal, Shrek get to be his old school ogre for a day, but must give up a day of Rumpelstiltskin's choosing. When this day is disastrous for the world Shrek must get his old gang back to together and once again save the kingdom of Far Far away, his family and himself.

As a fan of Shrek I enjoyed every bit of this film and was even the music. Lots of fight scenes to keep me interested, slapstick comedy, and a good story and ending to wrap everything up. If you like the first couple of Shrek films get this. It definitely makes up for the third film. Get it and enjoy.
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By O E J TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 3 July 2010
Format: DVD
These are my thoughts on the cinematic release from Dreamworks, as although the DVD has just been released we won't be watching it until Christmas Day. It's a present for our children.

I chose old-fashioned 2D as I'm not a fan of 3D. In terms of technical standards of animation, little if anything broke new ground - it was good without being memorable.

It took a while to make me laugh though. It seemed a little dark and serious, and the overall mood it created wasn't as light-hearted as in earlier episodes. It wasn't just me - the cinema was full (the film was released the previous day) and for about fifteen minutes I realised that I hadn't heard anybody laugh at all, just a quiet chuckle here and there. Then Donkey appeared and after that it was frequently amusing, with he and Puss in Boots having the best lines. The story was good, with Shrek starting out as a popular family man (or should I say, ogre) but missing the good old days when he scared everybody and took his baths in mud pools. After a brief altercation with his wife Fiona, he meets up with Rumplestiltskin and enters into an appealing contract for one day which promises to offer him a brief return to those times he is pining for. It's a trick, however, and everything goes badly wrong, Shrek waking up in a kind of parallel universe where all of the familiar characters exist, but none of them know who he is - including Fiona, who now leads an underground resistance movement of ogres against Rumplestiltskin and his army of witches.

It's no classic, but it's still a welcome addition to the series. My seven-year-old daughter loved it, and can hardly wait to see it again (and again) on DVD - this review will be edited when I have seen what extras it offers but for the moment it remains sealed.
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Format: DVD
Sad to see poor old Shrek and company made to so unimaginatively go through the motions,in a charmless rehash of It's a Wonderful Life, with a seemingly endless string of cliched scenes and hackneyed plotting. Great admiration therefore for the brilliant work of the animators who at times manage to lift the experience to sheer delight in the visuals, before inevitably you return to just wanting the whole thing to hurry up and reach its all too foreseeable conclusion.
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We deliberately avoided watching this in flix and waited until our amazon double-disc under a tenner version arrived yesterday ...

We had seen in cinema-bought the other 3, plus Deck The Halls/Shrek 3D, and we were amazed to find that this final Shrek film is absolutely fantastically put together. One of the best films we have seen. The 'free' extras DVD is good fun too at Christmas - thanks all.
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Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This is the only Shrek film that was made for 3D, and it shows, the detail and dimensionality of the characters is spectacular, one of the best titles out there.

The downside is that, unlike the other Shrek films, it's 2.35:1, this spoils the fun a little but it still looks great.

There's occasional moments of 3D, but mostly the depth is fantastic.

The only downside is the price, expensive!
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Took my daughter to see this in the cinema where we both really enjoyed it. Glad that I ordered this from Amazon a couple of days ago when it was only £9.99 - bargain!
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Format: DVD
These are my thoughts on the cinematic release from Dreamworks, as the DVD won't be available until early December 2010 - but the extras on the Special Edition DVD are as follows:-

* 2 discs
* Feature Commentary
* Spotlight On Shrek
* Deleted Scenes (with Mike Mitchell intros)
* From Swamp to Stage: The Making Of Shrek The Musical
* Trailers
* Donkey's Christmas Shrektacular
* Donkey's Caroling Christmas-tacular
* Donkey's Caroling Christmas-tacular Sing Along
* Shrek's Yule Log
* Shrek, Rattle & Roll: DreamWorks Animation Video Jukebox
* Deck the Swamp: 12 Days Of Christmas Pop-Up Book
* Donkey's Decoration Scramble
* Merry Music: 'Tis the Season of Shrek, Christmas in Madagascar, Hammy's "Jingle Burps"
* Gingy's Games & Activites (DVD-ROM).

I chose old-fashioned 2D as I'm not a fan of 3D. In terms of technical standards of animation, little if anything broke new ground - it was good without being memorable.

It took a while to make me laugh though. It seemed a little dark and serious, and the overall mood it created wasn't as light-hearted as in earlier episodes. It wasn't just me - the cinema was full (the film was released the previous day) and for about fifteen minutes I realised that I hadn't heard anybody laugh at all, just a quiet chuckle here and there. Then Donkey appeared and after that it was frequently amusing, with he and Puss in Boots having the best lines. The story was good, with Shrek starting out as a popular family man (or should I say, ogre) but missing the good old days when he scared everybody and took his baths in mud pools.
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