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Shrek is a 2001 American computer-animated fantasy comedy film directed by Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson, featuring the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, and John Lithgow. It is loosely based on William Steig's 1990 fairy tale picture book Shrek!, and also somewhat serves as a children’s parody film, targeting other films adapted from various children’s’ fantasies (mainly Disney films). HP Compaq HSTNN-IB16 Battery
Shrek stars Mike Myers as a big, strong, solitude-loving, intimidating ogre named Shrek; Cameron Diaz as the beautiful, feisty, but very down-to-earth Princess Fiona; Eddie Murphyas the talkative Donkey; and John Lithgow as the villain Lord Farquaad. HP Compaq HSTNN-IB18 Battery
The film made notable use of popular music; the soundtrack includes music by Smash Mouth, Eels, Joan Jett, The Proclaimers, Jason Wade, The Baha Men, and Rufus Wainwright (covering Leonard Cohen). Shrek was the only film in the series to have Harry Gregson-Williams's musical score assistantly by John Powell. HP Compaq HSTNN-IB28 Battery
The rights to the books were originally bought by Steven Spielberg in 1991, before the founding of DreamWorks, when he thought about making a traditionally animated film based on the book. However, John H. Williams convinced the idea of the film to DreamWorks in 1994, the time the studio was founded, HP Compaq HSTNN-IB51 Battery
and the film was put quickly into active development byJeffrey Katzenberg after the rights were bought by the studio in 1995. Shrek originally cast Chris Farley to do the voice for the title character, recording about 80–90% of his dialog. But since he died in 1997 before Farley could finish,Mike Myers was put in to work for the character, HP Compaq HSTNN-IB52 Battery
whom after his first recording decided to record his voice in a Scottish accent. The film was also originally planned to be motion-captured, but after poor results, the studio decided to get PDI to help Shrek get its final computer-animated look.
Earning $484.4 million at the box office, the $60,000,000 budget-film was a commercial and critical success. HP Compaq HSTNN-IB55 Battery
Shrek also received promotion from food chains such as Baskin-Robbins (promoting the film's DVD release) and Burger King. It was acclaimed as an animated film worthy of adult interest, with many adult-oriented jokes and themes but a simple enough plot and humour to appeal to children. HP Compaq HSTNN-IB62 Battery
Shrek won the first ever Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. The film was also nominated for six BAFTAs, including the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Eddie Murphy for his voice-over performance as Donkey, HP Compaq HSTNN-LB05 Battery
and won the BAFTA Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. The film's main (and title) character was awarded his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Famein May 2010.[2]
Shrek established DreamWorks Animation as a prime competitor to Pixar in the field of feature film animation, particularly in computer animation. HP Compaq HSTNN-LB08 Battery
The film's success prompted DreamWorks to create three sequels, Shrek 2Shrek the Third, and Shrek Forever After, a Christmas special called Shrek the Halls, a Halloween special called Scared Shrekless, and a spin-off film, Puss in Boots. A fifth film, planning to be the last film in the seres, was originally planned for released, HP Compaq HSTNN-LB0E Battery
but later was cancelled in 2009 as it was announced the fourth film to be the last film in the series. The film's success also inspired other merchandise, such as video games, a stage musical and even a comic book by Dark Horse Comics.
Shrek, a grouchy, mean, selfish green ogre that has always enjoyed living in peaceful solitude in his swamp, HP Compaq HSTNN-LB11 Battery
finds his life disrupted when numerous fairytale beings, including Pinocchio, the Three Little Pigs, and Donkey, are forced into the swamp by order of the obsessive, perfectionistic, fairy-tale despising Lord Farquaad. Shrek leaves the swamp to ask Farquaad for the return of his privacy, with Donkey happily tagging along. HP Compaq HSTNN-LB51 Battery
Meanwhile, Farquaad tortures the Gingerbread Man into revealing the whereabouts of the remaining fairytale creatures until his guards rush in with an object Farquaad has been searching for: the Magic Mirror. The Mirror tells him that Farquaad can only become a real king by marrying a princess (completely disregarding his original question regarding if his kingdom was the fairest of them all). HP Compaq HSTNN-LB52 Battery
The Mirror gives him three princesses to choose from (in a parody of The Dating Game): Cinderella, Snow White, andPrincess Fiona. Farquaad chooses Fiona and silences the Mirror before he can mention "the little thing that happens at night" (which is later revealed to be a curse). HP Compaq HSTNN-MB05 Battery
Shrek and Donkey arrive at Farquaad's palace in Duloc, where they find themselves in the midst of a tournament. The winner will have the "privilege" of attempting to rescue Fiona from a castle surrounded by lava and protected by a fire-breathing dragon so that Farquaad may marry her. HP Compaq HSTNN-OB06 Battery
Shrek (with some help from Donkey) easily beats the other knights in a fashion that resembles a wrestling match and Farquaad agrees to remove the fairytale creatures from the swamp if Shrek rescues Fiona.
Shrek and Donkey travel to the castle and split up to find Fiona. HP Compaq HSTNN-OB52 Battery
Donkey encounters the dragon and sweet-talks the beast to save himself before discovering that the dragon is female. Dragon takes a liking to Donkey and carries him to her chambers. When Shrek finds Fiona, she is appalled at his lack of romanticism. As they are leaving, Shrek manages to save Donkey, HP Compaq HSTNN-OB62 Battery
caught in Dragon's tender clutches, and causing her to become irate, chasing Shrek, Fiona, and Donkey out of the castle. At first, Fiona is thrilled to be rescued but quickly becomes disappointed when Shrek takes his helmet off and she realises that he is an ogre. HP Compaq HSTNN-UB05 Battery
The three make their return journey to Farquaad's palace, with Shrek and Fiona finding they have more in common with each other along the way, and falling in love. However, at night, Fiona refuses to camp with them, taking shelter in a nearby cave until morning. Shrek and Donkey stay awake and watch the stars while Shrek informs HP Compaq HSTNN-UB11 Battery
Donkey that he plans to build a 10 foot wall around his swamp when he returns. When Donkey persistently asks Shrek why he is doing this, Shrek sadly confesses to him that everyone judges him before they know him; therefore, he feels he is better off alone, despite Donkey's admittance that he did not immediately judge him when they first met. HP Compaq HSTNN-UB18 Battery
The next night, Fiona takes shelter in a nearby windmill. When Donkey hears strange noises coming from the windmill, he finds Fiona has turned into an ogress. Fiona explains she was cursed as a child and turns into an ogress every night, which is why she was locked away in the castle, and that only a kiss from her true love will return her to her "love's true form". HP Compaq HSTNN-UB68 Battery
3233Shrek, about to confess his feelings for Fiona, overhears part of their conversation, and is heartbroken as he misinterprets her disgust at her transformation into an "ugly beast" as being disgusted with him. Fiona makes Donkey promise not to tell Shrek about the spell, vowing to do it herself, but when the next morning comes, HP Compaq HSTNN-UB69 Battery
Shrek has brought Lord Farquaad to Fiona. The two return to the castle, while a hurt Shrek returns to the now-vacated swamp, not long after breaking off his friendship with Donkey, out of anger.
Shrek finds that, despite his privacy, he is miserable and misses Fiona. HP Compaq HSTNN-W42C Battery
Furious at Shrek for what he did, Donkey comes to the swamp where Shrek reveals that he overheard Donkey and Fiona's conversation. Donkey keeps his promise to Fiona and tells Shrek that she was talking about someone else. He then tells him that Fiona will be getting married shortly, urging Shrek into action to gain Fiona's true love. HP Compaq HSTNN-W42C-A Battery
They are able to travel to Duloc quickly, thanks to Dragon, who had escaped her confines and followed Donkey. They interrupt the wedding before Farquaad can kiss Fiona, but not before the sun sets, which causes Fiona to turn into an ogress in front of everyone. While her transformation causes Shrek to fully understand what he overheard at the windmill, HP Compaq HSTNN-W42C-B Battery
Farquaad, disgusted over the change, orders Shrek killed and Fiona imprisoned, but Shrek whistles for Dragon, who bursts in and devours Farquaad. Shrek and Fiona admit their love for each other and share a kiss; Fiona is bathed in light as her curse is broken, but is surprised to find that she has remained an ogress, HP Compaq HSTNN-XB0E Battery
as she thought she was supposed to become beautiful, to which Shrek replies that she is beautiful. The two of them get married in the swamp and depart on their honeymoon while the rest celebrate by singing "I'm a Believer".
At the time DreamWorks was founded, producer John H. Williams got hold of the book from his children, HP Compaq HSTNN-XB11 Battery
and when he brought it to DreamWorks, it caught Jeffrey Katzenberg's attention and the studio decided to make it into a movie.[3] After buying the rights to the film, Katzenberg quickly put the film in active development in November 1995.[4][5] Steven Spielberg had thought about making a traditionally animated film of the book before, HP Compaq HSTNN-XB18 Battery
when he bought the rights to the book in 1991, before the founding of Dreamworks, where Bill Murray would play Shrek and Steve Martin would play Donkey.[6] In the beginning of production, co-director Andrew Adamson refused to be intimidated by Katzenberg, and had an argument with him how much should the film appeal to adults. HP Compaq HSTNN-XB21 Battery
Katzenberg wanted both audiences, but he found some of Adamson's ideas about adding sexual jokes and Guns 'n Roses music to the soundtrack a bit too outrageous.[7][8] Andrew Adamsonand Kelly Asbury joined in 1997 to co-direct the film. However Asbury left a year later for work on the 2002 film Spirt: HP Compaq HSTNN-XB24 Battery
Stallion of the Cimarron and was replaced with story artist Vicky Jenson. Both Adamson and Jenson decided to work on the film in half, so the crew could at least know who to go to with specific detail questions about the film's sequences; "We both ended up doing a lot of everything", Adamson said. HP Compaq HSTNN-XB28 Battery
"We're both kinda control freaks, and we both wanted to do everything."[9]
Some early sketches of 'Shrek's house were done in 1996 through 1997 using Photoshop, with the sketches showing Shrek first living in a garbage dump near a human village called Wart Creek. HP Compaq HSTNN-XB51 Battery
It was also thought one time that he lived with his parents and kept rotting fish in his bedroom.[10] Donkey was modeled afterPericles (born 1994; also known as Perry), a real miniature donkey from Barron Park, Palo Alto, California.[11] Raman Hui, supervising animator of Shrek, stated that Fiona "wasn't based on any real person." HP Compaq HSTNN-XB52 Battery
and he did many different sketches for Princess Fiona and had done over 100 sculptures of Fiona before the directors picked the final design.[12] In early development, the Art Directors visited Hearst Castle, Stratford upon Avon and Dordogne for inspiration. Art Director Douglas Rogers visited a magnolia plantation in Charleston, HP Compaq HSTNN-XB59 Battery
South Carolina for inspiration for Shrek's swamp.[13][14] Planned characters not used in the film include Goldilocks and Sleeping Beauty.[15]
Chris Farley was planned to do the voice for Shrek which he recorded 80 to 90% (or 95% according to Farley's brother Tom) HP Compaq HSTNN-XB61 Battery
of the dialogue for the character, but died before completing the project.[16] DreamWorks then re-cast the voice role to Mike Myers, who insisted on a complete script rewrite, to leave no traces of Farley's version of Shrek. After Myers had completed providing the voice for the character, HP Compaq HSTNN-XB62 Battery
when the film was well into production, he asked to re-record all of his lines in a Scottish accent similar to the one his mother had used when she told him bedtime stories.[16] After hearing the alternative, Katzenberg agreed to redo scenes in the film, saying, "It was so good we took $4m worth of animation out and did it again."[17] HP Compaq HSTNN-XB68 Battery
Because of Myers voicing the character, more ideas began to come; There were clearer story points, fresher gags and comedy bits.[18] Myers said: "I got a letter from Spielberg thanking me so much for caring about the character... And he said the Scottish accent had improved the movie."[19] HP Compaq HSTNN-XB69 Battery
Another person planned to voice a character in the film was Janeane Garofalo, who was set to star alongside Farley as Princess Fiona. However, she was fired from the project with little explanation. Years later, Garofalo stated "I was never told why [I was fired]. I assume because I sound like a man sometimes? I don't know why. Nobody told me... But, you know, the movie didn't do anything, so who cares?"[20] HP Compaq HSTNN-XB85 Battery
Shrek was originally set up to be a live-action/CG animation hybrid with background plate miniature sets and the main characters composited into the scene as motion-captured computer graphics, using an ExpertVision Hires Falcon 10 camera system to capture and apply realistic human movement to the characters.[21] HP Compaq HSTNN-105C Battery
A sizable crew was hired to run a test, and after a year and a half of R & D, the test was finally screened in May 1997.[22] The results were not satisfactory, with Katzenberg stating, "It looked terrible, it didn't work, it wasn't funny, and we didn't like it."[16] The studio then turned to its production partners atPDI, HP Compaq HSTNN-C12C Battery
who began production with the studio in 1998[23] and helped Shrek to get its final, computer-animated look.[16] At this time, Antz was still in production by the studio[16] and Effects Supervisor Ken Bielenberg was asked by Aron Warner "to start development for Shrek." HP Compaq HSTNN-C66C Battery
Similar to previous PDI films, PDI used its own proprietary software (like its own Fluid Animation System) for its animated movies. However, for some elements it also took advantage of some of the powerhouse animation software that was in the market.HP Compaq HSTNN-C66C-4 Battery
This is particularly true with Maya, which PDI used for most of its dynamic cloth animation and for the hair of Fiona and Farquaad.[25]
“We did a lot of work on character and set-up, and then kept changing the set up while we were doing the animation,” Hui noted.HP Compaq HSTNN-C66C-5 Battery
“In Antz we had a facial system that gave us all the facial muscles under the skin. In Shrek we applied that to whole body. So if you pay attention to Shrek when he talks, you see that when he opens his jaw, he forms a double chin, because we have the fat and the muscles underneath. That kind of detail took us a long time to get right."[26] HP Compaq HSTNN-C67C Battery
One of the most difficult parts of creating the film was making Donkey's fur flow smoothly so that it didn't look like a Chia Pet's fur. This fell into the hands of the surfacing animators who used flow controls within a complex shader to provide the fur with many attributes (ability to change directions, lie flat, swirl, etc.) HP Compaq HSTNN-C67C-4 Battery
It was then the job of the visual effects group, lead by Ken Bielenberg, to make the fur react to environment conditions. Once the technology was mastered, it was able to be applied to many aspects of the Shrek movie including grass, moss, beards, eyebrows, and even threads on Shrek's tunic. Making Human hair realistic was different from Donkey's fur. HP Compaq HSTNN-C67C-5 Battery
It required a separate rendering system and a lot of attention from the lighting and visual effects teams.[14]
Aron Warner said that the creators "envisioned a magical environment that you could immerse yourself into." HP Compaq HSTNN-DB05 Battery
Shrek includes 36 separate in-film locations to make the world of the film, which DreamWorks claimed was more than any previous computer animated feature before. In-film locations were finalized and as demonstrated by past DreamWorks animated movies, color and mood was of the utmost importance.[14] HP Compaq HSTNN-DB06 Battery
As the film was about to be completed, Katzenberg suggested to the filmmakers to redo the film's ending in order to "go out with a big laugh"; Instead of ending film with just a storybook closing over Shrek and Fiona as they ride off into the sunset, they decided to add a song "I'm a Believer" by Smash Mouth and show all the fairytale creatures in the film. HP Compaq HSTNN-DB0E Battery
In 2000, IMAX released CyberWorld onto its branded large-screen theaters. It was a compilation film that featured stereoscopic conversions of various animated shorts and sequences, including the bar sequence in Antz. Dreamworks was so impressed by the technology used for the sequence's "stereoscopic translation", HP Compaq HSTNN-DB11 Battery
that the studio and IMAX decided to plan a big-screen 3D version of Shrek. The film would have been re-released during the Christmas season of 2001, or the following summer, after its conventional 2D release. The re-release would have also included new sequences and an alternate ending. HP Compaq HSTNN-DB16 Battery
Plans for this was dropped due to "creative changes" instituted by Dreamworks and resulted a loss of $1.18 million down from IMAX's profit of $3.24 million.
Radio Disney was told not to allow any ads for the film to air on the station, stating, "Due to recent initiatives with the Walt Disney Company, we are being asked not to align ourselves promotionally with this new release Shrek. HP Compaq HSTNN-DB28 Battery
Stations may accept spot dollars only in individual markets."[32] Also resulting initiatives from Disney, Katzenberg, who left Disney under somewhat acrimonious circumstances in 1994, "showed each and every scene to lawyers as we went along. We certainly did not want to be sued by Disney."[33] HP Compaq HSTNN-DB29 Battery
On May 7, 2001 Burger King began promotions for the film, giving out a selection of nine exclusive Candy Caddies based on the Shrek characters, in Big Kids Meal and Kids Meal orders.[34] Ice chain chain Baskin-Robbins also had a 8-week promotion of the film, selling such as Shrek's Hot Sludge Sundae, HP Compaq HSTNN-DB67 Battery
a combination ofOreo Cookies 'n Cream ice cream, hot fudge, crushed chocolate cookies, whipped cream and squiggly gummy worms, and Shrek Freeze Frame Cake, featuring an image of Shrek and Donkey framed by sunflowers. This was to support the film's DVD/VHS release. HP Compaq HSTNN-FB05 Battery
Shrek was very well-received, with critics praising Shrek as an animated film worthy of adult interest, with many adult-oriented jokes and themes but a simple enough plot and humor to appeal to children.[36] Review aggregate Rotten Tomatoes reports that 89% of critics have given the film a positive review based on 176 reviews, with an average score of 7.7/10. HP Compaq HSTNN-FB18 Battery
The critical consensus is: While simultaneously embracing and subverting fairy tales, the irreverent Shrek also manages to tweak Disney's nose, provide a moral message to children, and offer viewers a funny, fast-paced ride.[37]
Roger Ebert praised the film, giving it four stars out of a possible four and describing it as "jolly and wicked, filled with sly in-jokes and yet somehow possessing a heart." HP Compaq HSTNN-FB51 Battery
USA Today's Susan Wloszczyna praised Eddie Murphy's performance, stating it "gives the comic performance of his career, aided by sensational digital artistry, as he brays for the slightly neurotic motormouth."[39] Richard Schickel also enjoyed Murphy's role, stating, "No one has ever made a funnier jackass of himself than Murphy."[40] HP Compaq HSTNN-FB52 Battery
Peter Rainer of New York magazine liked the script, also stating that "The animation, directed by Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson, is often on the same wriggly, giggly level as the script, although the more "human" characters, such as Princess Fiona and Lord Farquaad, are less interesting than the animals and creatures -- a common pitfall in animated films of all types."[41] HP Compaq HSTNN-I04C Battery
William Steig, the author of the original book, and his wife Jeanne Steig also enjoyed the film, stating "We all went sort of expecting to hate it, thinking, 'What has Hollywood done to it?' But we loved it. We were afraid it would be too sickeningly cute and, instead, Bill just thought they did a wonderful, witty job of it." HP Compaq HSTNN-I12C Battery
Shrek opened in more than 3,587 movie theaters on its 2001 release,[43] 11 of them showing them digitally, made possible by the THX Division of Lucasfilm.[44]This was the first time that DreamWorks had shown one of its movies digitally.[45] The film earned $11,573,015 on its first day and $42,347,760 on its opening weekend, topping the box office for the weekend and averaging $11,805 from 3,587 theaters. HP Compaq HSTNN-I39C Battery
In its second weekend, due to the Memorial Day Weekend holiday, the film gained 0.3 percent to $42,481,425 and $55,215,620 over the four-day weekend, resulting in an overall 30 percent gain. Despite this, the film finished in second place behind Pearl Harbor and had an average of $15,240 from expanding to 3,623 sites. HP Compaq HSTNN-I40C Battery
In its third weekend, the film retreated 34 percent to $28,172,869 for a $7,695 average from expanding to 3,661 theaters. The film closed on December 6, 2001, after grossing $267,665,011 domestically along with $216,744,207 overseas for a worldwide total of $484,409,218. HP Compaq HSTNN-I44C Battery
Produced on a $60 million budget, the film was a huge box office smash and is the fourth-highest-grossing film of 2001 behind Harry Potter and the Philosopher's StoneThe Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring and Monsters Inc.[1]
Shrek became the highest-grossing animated movie ever to be released in Australia, passing the mark set by The Lion King in 1994.[ HP Compaq HSTNN-I44C-A Battery
In the United Kingdom,Shrek regained the top spot at the British box office after being beaten out the previous week by Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, earning a $20.3 million since its opening in the UK.
At the 74th Academy Awards, Shrek won the first ever Academy Award For Best Animated Feature, beating Monsters, Inc. and Jimmy Neutron: Boy GeniusHP Compaq HSTNN-I44C-B Battery
Entertainment Weekly put it on its end-of-the-decade, "best-of" list, saying, "Prince Charming? So last millennium. This decade, fairy-tale fans — and Princess Fiona — fell for a fat and flatulent Ogre. Now, that's progress."[49]
Shrek was also nominated for 6 BAFTA Award, including the BAFTA Award for Best Film. HP Compaq HSTNN-I45C Battery
Eddie Murphy became the first actor to ever receive a BAFTA nomination for a voice-over performance. The film was also nominated for Best Visual Effects, Best Sound, Best Film Music, and won the BAFTA Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.[50]
Shrek was nominated for a dozen Annie Awards from ASIFA-Hollywood, HP Compaq HSTNN-I45C-A Battery
and won eight Annies including Best Animated Feature and Outstanding Individual Achievement for Directing in an Animated Feature Production.[51]
In June 2008, the American Film Institute revealed its "Ten top Ten"; the best ten films in ten "classic" American film genres—HP Compaq HSTNN-I45C-B Battery
after polling over 1,500 people from the creative community Shrek was acknowledged as the eighth best film in the animated genre, and the only non-Disney·Pixar film on the top ten. It is also third on Bravo's 100 funniest films. Shrek was also ranked second in a Channel 4 poll of the "100 Greatest Family Films",HP Compaq HSTNN-I48C-A Battery
losing out on the top spot toE.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.[54] In 2005, Shrek came sixth in Channel 4's 100 Greatest Cartoons poll behind The SimpsonsTom and JerrySouth ParkToy Story andFamily Guy. In November 2009, the character, Lord Farquaad, was listed #14 in IGN UK's "Top 15 Fantasy Villains".HP Compaq HSTNN-I48C-B Battery
Previous films and TV shows, such as Fractured Fairy Tales and The Princess Bride, have parodied the traditional fairy tale. However, Shrek itself has noticeably influenced the current generation of mainstream animated films. Particularly after Shrek 2, animated films began to incorporate more pop culturereferences and end-film musical numbers. HP Compaq HSTNN-I49C Battery
Such elements can be seen in films like Ice Age: The MeltdownRobots, and Chicken Little. It also inspired a number of computer animated films which also spoofed fairy tales, or other related story genres, often including adult-oriented humor, most of which were not nearly as successful as Shrek, such as Happily N'Ever AfterDoogalIgor, and Hoodwinked!HP Compaq HSTNN-I50C-B Battery
The film was released on VHS and DVD on November 2, 2001. Both releases included Shrek in the Swamp Karaoke Dance Party!, a 3-minute musical short film, that takes up right after the Shrek's ending, with film's characters performing a medley of modern pop songs. HP Compaq HSTNN-I54C Battery
Shrek was released to video on Friday, the same day that Pixar's Monsters, Inc. hit theaters. Since videos were traditionally released on Tuesdays, Disney's executives didn't received that well, saying "that the move seemed like an underhanded attempt to siphon off some of their film's steam".HP Compaq HSTNN-I64C-5 Battery
DreamWorks responded that "it simply shifted the release to a Friday to make it more of an event and predicted that it and other studios would do so more frequently with important films." Monsters, Inc. earned that weekend more than $62 million, breaking the record for an animated film, HP Compaq HSTNN-I65C-5 Battery
while the Shrek's video release made more than $100 million, and eventually became the biggest selling DVD of all time with over 5.5 million sales.
Shrek 2 is a 2004 American computer-animated fantasy comedy film, produced by DreamWorks Animation and directed byAndrew Adamson, HP Compaq HSTNN-IB05 Battery
Kelly Asbury and Conrad Vernon. It is the second installment in the Shrek film series, the sequel to 2001's Shrek and features the voices of Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, Antonio Banderas, Julie Andrews, John Cleese, Rupert Everett and Jennifer Saunders. HP Compaq HSTNN-IB08 Battery
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,[2] as well as the largest opening for an animated film until May 18, 2007, when it was eclipsed by its sequel Shrek the Third.[3] As of 2011, HP Compaq HSTNNIB12 Battery
it is the inflation-adjusted 31st highest-grossing film of all time in the US.[4] It went on to be the highest-grossing film of 2004.[5] The associated soundtrack reached the top ten of the Billboard 200. It is also the seventh highest ticket selling animated film of all time. HP Compaq Mini 700 Series Battery

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