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Wednesday 27 August 2014

DVD: Shrek 4: Forever After – The Final Chapter (U)

"I'm just a jolly green giant," moans Shrek at his son's birthday party.

Another tale of mid-life crisis and the best Shrek since the first one. Shrek now has three little ogres, his home has become a tourist attraction and every day feels like a drag. Enter Rumpelstiltskin, who dupes Shrek into signing a contract, allowing him to relive one day from his past. The series recovers some of its sly wit (absent in Shrek 3), but the adventure must stop here, on a moderate high.



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