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Essay title: Shrek Review

Shrek The GRRR-eatest Farytale Never told!!!

By Ahsanul Hoque

(Film Correspondent)

Finally, a 'family film' you can sink your teeth into. Based on a William Steig’s book about a green ogre. This computer animated film is aimed at children as well as adults. And what a excellent story line.

The theme of the film is comedy. The general message was that it does not matter if your pretty or ugly looking. It matters what’s in the inside not the outside.

When it comes to computer-generated motion pictures, Shrek has once more raised the bar - and this one was already at an excitingly high level in the wake of Toy Story 2 and Dinosaur. Yet Shrek outshines them both, boasting the most impressive detail and most amazingly rendered creatures of any motion picture in its class. Set in a CGI (computer graphical illustration) world populated by kings, mythical creatures, and fairy tales Creatures. This made me remember fairy tale Creatures such as The 3 Blind Mice, The 3 Bears and Robin Hood. Mike Myers provides the voice of the potato-faced monster stringed into rescuing a beautiful princess (Cameron Diaz) from the far-away lair of a giant pink fire-breathing dragon. In return for this act of bravery, he's been promised to have his home cleared of all horrible fairy tale creatures by the short and wicked Lord Farquaad (John Lithgow). Shrek predictably finds himself getting all mushy over his truelove girlfriend Fiona, and also the princess turns out to have a monstrous secret of her own. This film is easy to follow for children and parents. It is believable enough not to annoy the audience because it has twists and turns to keep the audience interested.

Shrek is a kind person in this film. His kind as well as sweet and has a secret crush on Princess Fiona. In Shrek, he is ugly and no one likes him. That’s a variation from “Austin Powers. In addition, I think that Princesses Fiona was a good part for Cameron Diaz because it reflects her personality and is similar to Cameron Diaz. Also, Donkey was a good part for Eddie Murphy. He is a loveable donkey with a big heart. He just doesn’t stop telling jokes. I personally think the main reason why the film was funny was because of Eddie Murphy. I think that Donkey was a good part for Eddie Murphy because I think Eddie

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