Shrek the Third

Shrek the Third

Director: Chris Miller Cast: Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz

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DreamWorks' beloved (and lucrative) green ogre harkens back to the silver screen for a tertiary installment in the highly anticipated Shrek the Third, which reunites the cast members from the first two episodes: Mike Myers as Shrek, Eddie Murphy as Donkey, Cameron Diaz as Princess Fiona, Antonio Banderas as Puss 'n' Boots, Julie Andrews as Queen Lillian, Rupert Everett as Prince Charming, and John Cleese as King Harold. Also joining the ensemble are a panorama of new guests, including pop phenom Justin Timberlake as Fiona's wayward cousin Artie, Eric Idle as Merlin, and Amy Sedaris as Cinderella. The premise takes up where Shrek 2 left off; although Shrek and Fiona were married in part two, they never intended for the big green ogre to inherit the throne of Far, Far Away. When Fiona's father King Harold develops a fatal illness, Shrek, Donkey, and Puss 'n' Boots set out on a quest to find Artie -- the proper heir, who has rejected kingship -- and turn him from a snotty, rebellious punk into a grateful prince. Meanwhile, Prince Charming, Fiona's jilted bridegroom, gathers up a parade of history's most famous fairy-tale nasties, including Captain Hook and others, and incites them to storm the castle and seize the throne by force. But Fiona and her mother, Lillian, have a trick up their sleeve: an army of fairy-tale heroes and heroines, including Lancelot, Snow White, and Cinderella, who will fight the invading onslaught. Chris Miller takes the director's chair for this outing, with Raman Hui co-helming. ~ Nathan Southern, All Movie Guide

Product Details

Release Date: 09/29/2009
UPC: 0032429071972
Original Release: 2007
Rating: PG
Source: Dreamworks Animated
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 1:32:00
Sales rank: 34,264

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Mike Myers Shrek
Eddie Murphy Donkey
Cameron Diaz Princess Fiona
Antonio Banderas Puss In Boots
Julie Andrews Queen
John Cleese King
Rupert Everett Prince Charming
Eric Idle Merlin
Justin Timberlake Artie
Susan Blakeslee Evil Queen
Cody Cameron Pinocchio,Three Pigs,Ogre Baby,Bohort
Larry King Doris
Christopher Knights Blind Mice,Heckler,Evil Tree #2,Guard #2
John Krasinski Lancelot
Ian McShane Captain Hook
Cheri Oteri Sleeping Beauty
Regis Philbin Mabel
Amy Poehler Snow White
Seth Rogen Ship Captain
Maya Rudolph Rapunzel
Amy Sedaris Cinderella
Conrad Vernon Gingerbread Man,Rumplestiltskin,Headless Horseman
Aron Warner Wolf
Jasper Johannes Andrews Ogre Baby
Guillaume Aretos Raul
Kelly Asbury Master of Ceremonies,Fiddlesworth
Zachary James Bernard Ogre Baby
Andrew Birch Evil Tree #1
Sean Bishop Drivers Ed Instructor,Hall Monitor,Teacher
Kelly Cooney Cheerleader,Tiffany,Mother
Walt Dohrn Van Student,Xavier,Principal Pynchley,Nanny Dwarf,Evil Knight,Singing Villain
Dante James Hauser Ogre Baby
Jordan Alexander Hauser Ogre Baby
Tom Kane Guard #1
Tom McGrath Gary
Chris Miller Pupper Master,Announcer,Mascot,Singing Villain
Latifa Ouaou Cheerleader,Guinevere,Woman
Alina Phelan Cheerleader
David P. Smith Waiter,Evil Dwarf
Mark Valley Cyclops
Kari Wahlgren Old Lady

Technical Credits
Chris Miller Director,Screenwriter
Andrew Adamson Executive Producer,Original Story
Michael Andrews Editor
Guillaume Aretos Production Designer
Dan Arriaga Consultant/advisor
Anna Behlmer Sound/Sound Designer
Mark Behm Animator
Patrick Bonneau Animator
Denise Nolan Cascino Co-producer
Chung Nin Chan Animator
Paul Chung Animator
Kenny Chung Animator
Katrina Conwright Animator
Melanie Cordan Animator
Denis Couchon Animator
Nick Craven Animator
Cassidy Curtis Animator
Lou Dellarosa Animator
Mark Donald Animator
Holly Edwards Production Manager
Leslee Feldman Casting
Harry Gregson-Williams Score Composer
Anthony Hodgson Animator
Mariko Hoshi Animator
Raman Hui Co-producer
Jeffrey K. Joe Animator
Heather Knight Animator
Eric Lessard Animator
Sean Mahoney Animator
Bryce McGovern Animator
Julie Nelson Animator
Andy Nelson Sound/Sound Designer
Latifa Ouaou Production Manager
Douglas Pierce Set Decoration/Design
Jeffrey Price Screenwriter
Carlos Fernandez Puertolas Animator
Dave Rader Animator
Mark Roennigke Animator
Cory Rogers Animator
Carlos Rosas Animator
Jason Schleifer Animator
Peter S. Seaman Screenwriter
Israel Segal Costumes/Costume Designer
Kevan Shorey Animator
David Spivack Animator
EunJin Suh Animator
Don Venhaus Animator
Aron Warner Producer,Screenwriter
John H. Williams Executive Producer
Peter Zaslav Art Director

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Shrek the Third 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 23 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think the writers just plum ran out of good ideas after the first two installments. There just wasn't anything terribly enjoyable or funny about this movie. It is just a cheap attempt to make money by cashing in on the popularity of the first two Shreks.
Guest More than 1 year ago
All though Shrek the Third has it's moments of fun and great animation, it doesn't hold up to the first two movies. There are some great moments like the evil trees taken from The Wizard of OZ and than redundant scenes that seem old because they were used in the other Shrek films. The extras are pretty good though the blooper reel is pretty lame with most of it being test animation before it was corrected for the film. It's a good film for the whole family but you might want to rent it before purchasing.
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Very funny, they develop the characters more from the previous films in the series.
bookin-it More than 1 year ago
I don't do this often, but I commend Dreamworks for Shrek 1 and 2. But the third one is just insulting. Here are some things to concider regarding the third Shrek: 1) Compared to the first two movies, Donkey has very little screen time - he's way too quiet which is out of character for him. 2) Anything the movie makers thought might've been funny was repeated over and over again until they killed the joke dead and you whish they hadn't even tried at all. 3) Before there is an all-out fight scene toward the end of the movie which gives you the idea that they're about to redeem the movie, someone jumps in and starts talking about peace and how we can all get along and so the climax is... everyone gets along. Besides the political agenda, propoganda and recycled pop-culture hints, this movie was just a complete bust from five minutes into it until the very end. I admit I kept hanging on waiting for redemption, but sadly, for me, it never came. I beleive the reason some people claim to like this movie is because they're die-hard Shrek fans through and through and I respect that. But we can't give Dreamworks the impression that we liked this movie because then they'll just keep making trash like this thinking we actually like it.
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I thought this was a very funny movie, although not quite as good as the first two. However, I really enjoyed it and so did the rest of my family.