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Re: The Shrek movies

Postby jonsgirljen » Mon Dec 08, 2008 12:34 am

The first Shrek movie was just classic! There were so many good lines and just hilarious parts of that movie. A friend and I used to quote that movie back and forth to each other all the time. The second one was pretty good too, but I wasn't really sure about the third one. Maybe I'll just have to watch it again...
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Re: The Shrek movies

Postby who_needs_fangs? » Wed Jan 28, 2009 7:36 pm

Shrek had a bit of an Edward-complex in the third one with the whole "I'm a monster so my children will probably be monsters" thing.
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Re: The Shrek movies

Postby edwardlikeshaystacks » Wed Jan 28, 2009 8:18 pm

Out of all three, I'd have to say that the third one was the most funniest thing ever! I was dying the whole time. From the dying frog scene to Shrek's baby nightmares while on the ship. :lol:
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Re: The Shrek movies

Postby pennybug84 » Sat Feb 14, 2009 4:35 pm

I liked the first movie a lot. The second one was pretty good but I did not like the 3rd one at all! I've only watched it the one time but wasn't a fan. And I heard they're making a 4th one, my goodness. How many do they need to make? These movies might be another one that gets beat to death (like the Land Before Time movies there's like 10+ out there!) I guess as long as people continue to go see them they'll keep making them.
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Re: The Shrek movies

Postby edwardlikeshaystacks » Sat Feb 21, 2009 11:49 am

I don't mind if they make another one. I mean, this is one of the movies I can never get sick of watching because its not really intended for children, haha. :lol:
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Re: The Shrek movies

Postby PhantasmaWolf » Thu Feb 26, 2009 8:02 pm

Oh! I used to absoloutly love those movies! I still like them, but not as much as I used too. I'd have to say the first and second are my favorite. The third was...okay...I suppose, but it wasn't the same as the other two. I think a fourth one is going too far, though. How many do they need? I wish it wasn't becoming something too overhyped like, say, High School Musical. *cough*
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Re: The Shrek movies

Postby SilentHeart » Thu Mar 12, 2009 5:30 pm

I've so loved Shreck! Puss in Boots was my favorite character, how could you not love those puppy eyes? =). I think the third movie was all right, but that they are kinda streching it. Still, it was pretty funny and had some good lines. Plus, I laughed so hard when Shreck says: Honey, let's try to be rational. Have you seen a baby lately? They just eat and poop and they cry, and they cry when they poop and they poop when they cry. Now, imagine an ogre baby: They extra cry, and they extra poop! (or something like that) It reminds me of what I used to think of my little brother.
Wasn't there a short Christmas episode, too? I can't remember what it was about, I think I saw it this year... or was it last? Anyway, I can see this thread is almost dead. Come on! Not one little line that made you laugh so hard you still can't forget it? I think it has quite an interesting approach on fairytales, really spices them up! :lol: Well, I'll be watching it, if they are going to make another one.
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