REVIEW: SHREK THE THIRD
Shrek is back and so are the laughs.
You can expect all the charm and comedy that this lovable
Ogre offered up in the first two films. All the favorite
regular characters are back, along with some fresh new ones
that are sure to delight and with the star studded voice
over cast that now includes Justin Timberlake, and The
Office’s John Krasinski, it’s a film that will delight the
The third installment of this charming Ogre’s fairytale
takes place in the land of Far Far Away where Shrek is faced
with becoming its new king when his father in law passes
away. Not feeling up to the responsibility he sets out on a
quest to locate the only other living heir. Unfortunately
the heir turns out to be an awkward insecure teenager as
reluctant for responsibility as Shrek. This time around
Fiona is expecting as well, and Shrek must come to terms
with becoming a father, teaching a teenager to become a King
all while fighting off Prince Charming and all the villains
who wish to take over Far Far away.
This is the perfect movie for the entire family and in
HD-DVD it look astonishing. This is by far the best HD-DVD
release to date. Besides looking great Shrek will have you
laughing out loud, with the charm and energy this film
brings, it’s worth every penny you pay for it.
Unfortunately, the only downside to this animated film is
that all the jokes are the same as in the prior ones, you
can expect all the fart humor and crude behavior on the
Ogres part. I’ts not very original, but it does have some
new dynamics that add to its charm and make it a fun movie
to watch. Overall I found the film familiar, with enough
originality to make it worth watching. Its 92 minutes of
family fun, so I definitely recommend it for family night.
Your kids will be giggling about it for days and you won’t
mind having to watch it more than once for their amusement.
Shrek has done it again.
By Milton Brayson
1080p High Definition
5.1 Dolby Digital Plus
French 5.1 Dolby Digital Plus
Spanish 5.1 Dolby Digital Plus
Subtitles English/English SDH/French/Spanish
Guide to Parenthood - Donkey, Puss in Boots,
Pinocchio and Gingy offer their priceless parenting tips for
Shrek & Fiona!
the Cast & Behind-the-Scenes featurette
- The cast of Shrek discuss
the movie. (10:40)
Lost Scenes -
Storyboard are shown for four rejected sequences.
1. The Fauxly Grail
2. Hot Lunch
3. Cyrano de Artie
Tech of Shrek - The new
technology behind Shrek is revealed. (9:54)
Learn The Donkey Dance -
Donkey Dances to the tune of You can dance if you want to.
Big Green Goofs - Show the
goofs in the animation process. (1:55)
Worcestershire Academy Yearbook
– Take an interactive flip through Artie’s yearbook,
where you can meet 30 of his classmates and hear sound bites
of yearbook quotes and dedications.
How to Be Green: Shrek and
Donkey give kids fun and simple tips on how to be
environmentally friendly every day (from conserving water
and energy to building your very own worm farm).
Merlin’s Magic Crystal Ball:
Let Merlin answer all of your deepest questions.
Royal Tournament Games: Captain Shrek’s High Seas
Adventure, Shrek’s Eyeball Dropper, Gingy’s Dreamz and more
games featuring your favorite characters
Shrek Shmash-Ups: Shrek’s
take on popular “mash-up” technology. Mix scenes from all
three Shrek movies with music and more to create your own
(including games, printables, weblinks and more)
In addition all the bonus feature from
the widescreen will be presented in high
EXCLUSIVE HD-DVD BONUS FEATURES:
The Animators’ Corner: A feature-length
picture-in-picture storyboard reel with a contextual branch
to lost scenes
My Menus: Customize your menus with themes based on
your favorite character, choosing from Shrek, Donkey, Fiona,
Puss in Boots and Gingy
Web-Enabled Downloadable Features:
Shrek’s Trivia Track: Discover
hilarious trivia with pop-up facts.
Future Web-Enabled Downloadable
The World of Shrek: A movie guide
with bigraphies of talent and characters from the film
Donkey’s Digital Coloring Book:
Interactive feature allows you to digitally paint your
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