Script kiddies: The Shrek 2 and 3 movies were both fantastic films.
The first one has a great storyline, and the second one is a bit more of a throwaway affair.
Which movie you think is better is entirely up to you.
The only thing we can really say for sure is that if you want a good story, go watch the original movie first.
That being said, there are two films in the original trilogy that could very well win you over if you’re into a bit of nostalgia.
I mean, the original Shrek was so much fun, but it also featured some of the most poorly acted performances I’ve ever seen.
First, let’s talk about the story itself.
In the original film, Shrek gets a new family member who’s basically the equivalent of the “big brother” in the movie.
This guy is a total jerk.
The movie ends with him having a conversation with a kid named Tambuli about how he wants to start a “big family” with his sister, which he has to give up because the siblings are too busy being the biggest jerk in the world.
The original movie had a lot of really great lines like, “I’d love to have a baby with you, but you can’t have a child with my sister.”
The only real character that was truly fleshed out in the film was Tambul.
He was so annoying, you know?
The only other big character in the Shrek movies was Rumple, who played a very, very small role in the first two movies.
The story in the sequel is about how Shrek needs to take a “burden off” of his siblings.
Shrek goes into a bar, and Rumples gets drunk and gets attacked.
His brother gets out of his wheelchair, and Shrek tries to rescue him.
He has to run for his life.
The entire movie ends in Rumpling getting attacked by a guy named Dora, and it’s really heartbreaking.
The plot of the sequel was much better, but in the story of Shrek, the family was more involved.
I can’t speak for the overall story of the second film, but I can speak for my own personal love of the first movie.
The two movies are pretty much a perfect match for one another.
The new film is more action-packed and features more of the Shrinks personality.
If you’re a fan of the original, you’ll love this sequel.
The biggest problem with this movie is the ending.
The sequel opens with a scene of Rumply having a fight with a guy called Pompadour.
This was a great scene, but when I saw it, I felt a little cheated.
Rump is clearly a much more badass character in this movie.
I’m not saying he’s not a jerk, he’s just not the same.
There’s just so much better character work going on in this film, and I’m glad that Disney decided to make him more interesting.
But, this scene is also a bit too much for me to watch.
You know, it’s not like the original films have a lot going on.
This movie has one major plot twist, but that twist just doesn’t make it work.
It just felt like it was rushed.
It’s like Disney took their time writing the plot for Shrek 3.
I don’t know what they’re planning to do with this plot twist.
I guess we’ll see what they come up with when they open the movie in 2020.
Another big plot twist is that Shrek is being pursued by Shrek’s evil twin brother, and he’s actually a robot.
The reason why Shrek and Ruply were able to steal a bunch of Shrinkys magic wand was because the robot was made to look like a robot, and since the Shriftos were robots, they had the ability to turn the robot into a monster.
But this was so unnecessary that I don, and you can see why.
Shrunk and Rumbles’ dad, who is actually an actual robot, comes in to save Shrek from the evil twin.
This is a fantastic idea, but as soon as Shrek discovers that Shrinking is a robot and that he’s going to end up fighting him, he decides to let Shrumbles be the villain instead of himself.
The whole plot twist feels like it’s being shoehorned in here to create tension between Shrek (who is also trying to fight the evil twins) and Rambles (who, by the way, is a good guy).
But, that’s not really the problem with Shrek: It’s the ending, which is the one thing that really makes this movie a total disappointment.
The ending of the movie is kind of a wash.
There was some good stuff in there, and then there was the final scene that ends the entire film.