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  • 2001
  • DreamWorks SKG
  • DreamWorks Distribution, United International Pictures
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Shrek, The Donkey, Princess Fiona, Lord Farquaad, Monsieur Hood, Geppetto, Magic Mirror, Pinocchio, Three Pigs, Peter Pan, Blind Mouse, Thelonious, Gingerbread Man, Bishop, Merry Men.
  • Vocal Talent: Mike Myers (Shrek), Eddie Murphy (The Donkey), Cameron Diaz (Princess Fiona), John Lithgow (Lord Farquaad), Vincent Cassel (Monsieur Hood), Peter Dennis (Ogre Hunter), Clive Pearse (Ogre Hunter), Jim Cummings (Captain of Guards), Bobby Block (Baby Bear), Chris Miller (Geppetto, Magic Mirror), Cody Cameron (Pinocchio, Three Pigs), Kathleen Freeman (Old Woman), Michael Galasso (Peter Pan), Christopher Knights (Blind Mouse, Thelonious), Simon J. Smith (Blind Mouse), Conrad Vernon (Gingerbread Man), Jacquie Barnbrook (Wrestling Fan), Guillaume Aretos (Merry Man), John Bisom (Merry Man), Matthew Gonder (Merry Man), Calvin Remsberg (Merry Man), Jean-Paul Vignon (Merry Man), Val Bettin (Bishop).
  • Directed By Andrew Adamson, Victoria Jenson.
  • Produced By Jeffrey Katzenberg, Aron Warner, John H. Williams.
    Executive Producers: Penney Finkelman Cox, Sandra Rabins.
    Co-Executive Producer: David Lipman.
    Co-Producers: Terry Rossio, Ted Elliott.
    Associate Producer: Jane Hartwell.
  • Written By Ted Elliott, Terry Rossio, Joe Stillman, Roger S.H. Schulman.
    Screenplay: Ted Elliott.
    Original Book: William Steig.
    Additional Dialogue: Cody Cameron, Chris Miller, Conrad Vernon.
  • Music By Harry Gregson-Williams, John Powell.
    Additional Music: James McKee Smith.
  • Edited By Sim Evan-Jones.
  • Casting: Leslee Feldman.
  • Production Design: James Hegedus.
  • Art Direction: Guillaume Aretos, Douglas Rogers.
  • Production Supervisor For Technology: Mitchell Ferm.
  • Production Manager: Triva Von Klark.
  • Set Designer: Craig Edelblut.
  • Storyboard Artist: Tom Sito.
  • Character Designer: Tom Hester.
  • Digital Layout/Character Setup: Albert Hastings.
  • Visual Effects Supervisor: Ken Bielenberg.
  • Supervising Sound Editor: Lon Bender, Wylie Stateman.
  • Sound Editor: Valerie Davidson.
  • Sound Recordist: Craig "Pup" Heath.
  • Sound Effects Editor: Tony Lamberti.
  • Music Editor: Brian Richards.
  • Music Scoring Mixer: Alan Meyerson.
  • Senior Unit Production Manager, Los Angeles Preproduction: Victoria Alonso.
  • Additional Editor: Steve Bloom.
  • Story Supervisor: Randy Cartwright.

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Hideous green monster Shrek just wants to be left alone. He has his own swamp, and is quite happy there, thank you very much. But when Lord Farquaad's policies force other fantasy creatures into the swamp, Shrek must make a deal with the devil. So he sets out on...  (more)

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For all of its digs at Disney cartoons, "Shrek" may have been the most refreshing and original movie to hit theaters in 2001.
Yes, it does take some well-earned potshots at Disney icons, and I think I noticed a few nods to "Monty Python...  (read more)

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This movie is pretty much a comedy, but fortunately Dreamworks crew managed to keep the story together even though it is tightly packed with jokes and parody. The story works quite well, and is kinda touching. Cannot really tell more about it without spoiling...  (read more)

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This is great production by Dreamworks. It seems that digital cartoons are gaining more and more fans nowadays and 'Shrek' is an additional reason for that. The characters are wonderful, and the story very interesting. I think Edie Murphy is great...  (read more)

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Shrek, for me, is my "Titanic" when it comes to animations. The story was very original and indeed very hilarious. Dreamworks did great in combining all the fairy tale characters. It's very funny seeing all the fairy tale characters in a...  (read more)

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WONDERFUL !!! Shrek was a pure delight to watch, i laughed aloud at this movie many a time. Eddie Murphy as Donkey was hilarious. The soundtrack is the best i have heard in years. Don't rent this , BUY it!!!!! You will not...  (read more)

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