Shrek 2 Reviews

Shrek 2 Review
by David N. Butterworth (Rating: 3/4)
has the opportunity to kiss her beloved Shrek (likewise in atypical non-ogre form) before the clock strikes twelve in order to seal her Fairy Godmotherís spell of True Love for them to remain as humans forever. Given that this sequel to the popular...more

Shrek 2 Review
by Karina Montgomery (Rating: 3/5)
Fe Fi Ho Hum. As with all visceral disappointments, Shrek 2 stymied my ability to write for well over a week (or two- gulp). Long(ish) time readers may recall that I found the first Shrek to be funny, but hardly an enduring classic like Pixar's...more

Shrek 2 Review
by Jerry Saravia (Rating: 2.5/4)
Can it be true? Has Pixar and Dreamworks made a sequel to "Shrek" and released it in theatres? Well, considering it has been three years since the original, we know the computer animators have been working overtime to create something special the second...more

Shrek 2 Review
by JoBlo (Rating: 8/10)
PLOT: In this follow-up to the original SHREK, we find the titular monster living a married co-existence with his precious princess of a wife, Fiona. They live in Shrek's swamp, but are almost immediately invited to meet the princess' parents, who aren't...more

Shrek 2 Review
by Robin Clifford (Rating: B)
Following their fairytale honeymoon, newly-weds Shrek (Mike Myers) and Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz) return to his beloved swamp and the contented couple settles into their happily-ever-after life. That is, until Fiona's parents, King Harold (John...more

Shrek 2 Review
by Homer Yen (Rating: B)
At the very least, "Shrek 2" is a marvelous work of 3-d animation. It brims with color, liveliness, and imagination. Every scene incorporates just about every color of the spectrum. It bursts with such eye candy that you'd do better to sit in one of...more

Shrek 2 Review
by Mark R. Leeper (Rating: 6/10)
CAPSULE: There is distinctly less magic and fun in SHREK 2 as the title ogre has problems becoming accepted by his in-laws. All the same cast is back with the same voices, but the tone of the film is darker and we don't learn a...more

Shrek 2 Review
by Harvey S. Karten (Rating: B)
Reviewed by Harvey S. Karten DreamWorks Pictures Grade: B Directed by: Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury, Conrad Vernon Written by: Andrew Adamson, Joe Stillman, book by William Steig, story by Andrew Adamson Cast: Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, John...more

Shrek 2 Review
by Laura Clifford (Rating: B-)
What's next after a happily ever after honeymoon? A visit with the in-laws, the king (John Cleese) and queen (Julie Andrews) of the Kingdom of Far Far Away present more obstacles for the ogreish love affair of Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz) and her new...more

Shrek 2 Review
by Susan Granger (Rating: 10/10)
Susan Granger's review of "Shrek 2" (DreamWorks) 'Back to Once Upon a Time as the dazzling sequel begins where the big, green ogre left off. When Shrek (Mike Myers) and Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz) return to the swamp from their blissful...more

Shrek 2 Review
by Steve Rhodes (Rating: 3.5/4)
DreamWorks, probably after extensive focus group testing throughout the Magic Kingdom (whoops, sorry, that's another studio), decided on a name for the follow-up to SHREK, their blockbuster hit of 2001. Rejecting such suggestions as SHREKER, THE RETURN...more