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SHREK FOREVER AFTER brings Shrek back to his roots


One of the best things about Shrek (2002) was its universal appeal. Kids enjoyed watching a giant ogre yell at an Eddie Murphy donkey and adults enjoyed the jabs at Disney fairytales and occasional lewd jokes. Along with early films like Ice Age and Pixar's yearly entries, Shrek helped define the tone of the many computer animated movies to come. Sadly, in each of its sequels, the Shrek series has slid further and further into mediocrity and family fun, straying from its rather unique roots. In this fourth, and claimed finale, Shrek comes full circle, embracing the movie that started it all. If Shrek The Third was this good the series would still be going strong.

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Inglourious Basterds proves you can have your Nazis and kill 'em too (Review)

Quentin Tarantino may be lacking in some things, but its certainly not enthusiasm. Inglourious Basterds is a disgusting movie about killing & scalping Nazis; these types of movies don’t usually win anything but MTV awards for categories like “Best WTF Moment.” Yet, it is so funny, charming, and aggrandizing that I can’t help but love it.

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