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Saturday 20 December 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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Beware of spending beyond your means. Sticking to a budget will help you survive the festive season relatively unscathed. It will be easier than you think to let your grip on the purse strings slip especially as the big day draws near. Let Christmas be about loving, sharing and giving. Spend quality time preparing food, making decorations and playing games together. If you haven't sent all your cards or round robin emails give some thought about what you will be sharing with others this year.More