|by Jerry Saravia (Rating: 3.5/4)|
|In ninety minutes, "Shrek" offers more laughs and giddy pleasures than most
movies of late do at that twice that length. It is a wondrous, comical animated
adventure that satirizes fairy tales and wears its heart on its sleeve without
ever winking too...more|
|by Rose 'Bams' Cooper|
Rated PG; running time 89 minutes
Official site: http://www.shrek.com/
IMDB site: http://us.imdb.com/Details?0126029
Written by: Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio, Roger S.H. Schulman, Joe Stillman
(based on the...more|
|by Shannon Patrick Sullivan (Rating: 3.5/4)|
|Directed by Andrew Adamson and Vicky Jenson. Screenplay by Ted Elliott,
Terry Rossio, Joe Stillman and Roger SH Schulman, with additional dialogue
by Cody Cameron, Chris Miller and Conrad Vernon, based on the novel by
William Steig. Starring Mike Myers,...more|
|by Jon Popick|
|It took three years and over 275 artists and computer geeks to bring Shrek
to the big screen, and the PDI/DreamWorks (the peeps who made Antz) film
kicks off with a crappy "modern rock" song that was popular, oh, about three
years ago ("Hey now/you're an...more|
|by Edward Johnson-Ott (Rating: 4/5)|
Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, John Lithgow, Vincent Cassel.
Screenplay by Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio, Joe Stillman, Roger S.H.
Schulman, based on the book by William Steig. Directed by Andrew
Adamson, Vicky Jenson. 89 minutes.
|by Steve Rhodes (Rating: 3.5/4)|
|So when you're trying to choose a future queen, do you go for
bachelorette #1 (Sleeping Beauty, who's a real snoozer), bachelorette #2
(Snow White, who lives with seven guys) or bachelorette #3 (Princess
Fiona, who has the advantage of looking and...more|
|by Eduardo Marin Conde|
|El género de animación ha constituido una de las formas más creativas del
cine en los últimos años. Los notables avances en las técnicas han ido
aparejadas de nuevos caminos de expresión artística.
En 1995 surgió la primera película animada realizada...more|
|by Laura Clifford (Rating: B+)|
|Once upon a time a solitary ogre named Shrek (Mike Myers) was really annoyed
to discover that his swamp had been invaded by three blind mice, seven dwarves
and all the other fairy tale characters in the land, banished from their
home by Lord Farquaad...more|
|by John Sylva|
|It stands as a moment one will not soon forget: a giant, green ogre flips
through the pages of a cliche fairy tale, narrating it with every bit of dull
inspiration that the story holds. This leads one to believe that this serves
as the prologue...more|
|by Dustin Putman|
|Directed by Andrew Adamson, Vicky Jenson.
Voices: Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, John Lithgow.
2001 - 89 minutes
Rated PG (for mild language).
Reviewed by Dustin Putman, May 19, 2001. more|
|by Brandon Herring|
Rating: * * * * out of * * * *
Rated PG: mild language, crude humor, some sexual innuendo.
Starring the voices of...Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, John Lithgow.
Directed by: Andrew Adamson, Vicky Jenson more|
|by Ram Samudrala|
|I wasn't sure what I was getting into when I decided to see /Shrek/,
but it turned out be a surprisingly clever and funny movie, in
contrast to its trailers. more|
|by Mark O'Hara|
|Most of the 89 minutes of the computer animated SHREK are a delightful
lampoon of fairy tales. The trouble is, SHREK ends up following the same
sanitized formula at which it had been thumbing its nose. more|
|by Homer Yen|
|Once upon a time, there existed a fierce rivalry
between two powerful animation production companies.
One was called Pixar, owned by a juggernaut known as
Disney whose name has become synonymous with great
animation and storytelling. The other was a...more|
|by JONATHAN RICHARDS|
|The pleasure of Shrek is in its gleeful naughtiness, like a kid at
the dinner table doing disgusting things with food to make a mother
throw her hands up in mock despair. The title character (adapted from
the William Steig book of the same name)...more|