Shrek the Third | Full Movie
Shrek the Third
- 1h 32m
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The greatest fairy tale never told continues when Shrek (Mike Myers) embarks on another whirlwind adventure with Donkey (Eddie Murphy) and Puss In Boots (Antonio Banderas) to find the rightful heir to the throne. Meet the magical misguided Merlin (Eric Idle), an awkward Arthur (Justin Timberlake), and a powerful posse of princesses in a tale where everyone lives happily ever laughter.
© 2007 DreamWorks Animation LLC. All rights reserved.
Rotten Tomatoes® Score
Critics Consensus: Shrek the Third has pop culture potshots galore, but at the expense of the heart, charm, and wit that made the first two Shreks classics.
June 22, 2017
June 21, 2017
A shame it lacks the smart sassiness of its predecessors. Time to call time, we think.
June 21, 2017
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Common Sense Says
Cute but not as fun as past movies; some cartoon violence.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that Shrek the Third is the third movie in the Shrek franchise. There are several references to alcohol and drugs that are clearly meant to entertain parents and likely will go over kids' head. Real brands such as Foot Locker, Versace, and Hooters are parodied for humor. Profanity and insults include "butt," "dork," "loser," "poop," "stupid," "twit," and "suck." There's quite a bit of innuendo: Puss starts to explain where children come from (a man is "full of urges" for his wife) but is cut off; Doris says Charming makes her "hotter than July." The villains and heroes of fairy tale lore engage in face-to-face battles with sticks, swords, fists, and more. Some bullying -- one of the main teen characters is shown hanging from a clock in the auditorium of the high school; characters openly discuss "wedgies" and "swirlies." There's also frequent slapstick violence -- pratfalls and clumsiness leading to exaggerated destruction.
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- Genre:Franchise, Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Kids, Blockbuster
- Release Date:May 18, 2007
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD