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Amanda Mathews over 3 years ago
Definitely watched this one a few dozen times. The Idol contest at the end? Perfection
Malory 5 years ago
timeless jokes, this movie will forever make me laugh
Kash Rajdeo over 7 years ago
Not good enough when you know how good animated movies can actually be.
Rowan Humphreys over 7 years ago
if i watch this again there will be screaming!!
Liam Crossey almost 8 years ago
Better than the first and ages twice as fine
Kakra 8 years ago
Diogo Almeida 8 years ago
Lowell Perkins over 8 years ago
One of the better Shrek movies, but nothing beats the original for rewatchability
Lino Monteiro over 8 years ago
Introducing a few memorable characters, Shrek 2 is a very good sequel.
Dylan Clites over 8 years ago
Shrek 2 is the strongest in the series and coincidentally one of the last good ones.
Michael Cole over 8 years ago
Probably the strongest in the Shrek series, with a fantastic cast of characters.
Jenny Forsyth 9 months ago
Anne Chadwick 11 months ago
Patricia 1 year ago
Dan Rodgers 1 year ago
Freya 1 year ago
Don Lathrop over 1 year ago
Gervie Lins over 1 year ago
Giorgia over 2 years ago
D A over 2 years ago
Shrek 2 is a 2004 American computer-animated fantasy comedy film, produced by DreamWorks Animation and directed by Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury and Conrad Vernon. It is the second installment in the Shrek film series and the sequel to 2001's Shrek. The film features the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, Antonio Banderas, Julie Andrews, John Cleese, Rupert Everett and Jennifer Saunders. Like its predecessor, Shrek 2 received positive reviews. Shrek 2 scored the second-largest three day opening weekend in US history at the time of release, as well as the largest opening for an animated film until May 18, 2007, when it was eclipsed by its sequel Shrek the Third. As of 2011, it is the inflation-adjusted 31st highest-grossing film of all time in the US. It went on to be the highest-grossing film of 2004. The associated soundtrack reached the top ten of the Billboard 200. It is also the seventh highest ticket selling animated film of all time. It is DreamWorks's most...
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