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Shrek 4-D [2003] (1 disc)
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Director:Simon J. Smith
Writer:David Lipman
Composer:Harry Gregson-Williams
Length:12 minutes
MPAA Rating:UR
Suggested Event Use:April Fools
Sorting Category:Fantasy
IMDB Rating:6.6/10
Amazon Rating:4.5/5 stars
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  • Comedy
  • Fantasy
  • Kids
  • Family
  • CG
  • Action
  • Romance
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Synopsis: Lord Farquaad won't let death get in his way of making Shrek's life more interesting.


Reaction: Placed between the first and second movies, this entry is a fun jaunt but doesn't really get very deep.


Personal Rating: 7/10

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Simon J. Smith => Director
David Lipman => Writer
Harry Gregson-Williams => Composer
William Steig => Characters
Cameron Diaz => Princess Fiona
Christopher Knights => Blind mouse / Thelonious
Cody Cameron => Pinocchio / Three Little Pigs
Conrad Vernon => Gingerbread Man
Eddie Murphy => Donkey
John Lithgow => Ghost of Farquaad
Mike Myers => Shrek

Random Trivia For This Title:

  • When Shrek and Donkey are riding the dragon, there is a spoof of Star Wars, the Death Star trench scene, and the sound effect of the dragon shooting a fireball is the same one from the same scene in Star Wars.
  • When the attraction opened in Universal Orlando in 2003 it only used up half of the original building, but the crowd waiting to see the attraction generated enormous wait times. Universal decided to build an exact mirror image to the ride in the other half of the theater to reduce wait times which opened in the spring of 2004.
  • Even in this short feature there's plenty of side references. For example, Donkey's line "We got a donkey driving a carriage made from an onion, it's dark, and our horse are wearing sunglasses. Hit it, boys!" is a quote from The Blues Brothers, and shortly after that he says "I feel dead people", reference to a quote from The Sixth Sense stating "I see dead people".