Shrek (DVD, 2003, Full Frame)
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Movieline's Hollywood Life - Stephen Farber (06/01/2001)
Rolling Stone - Peter Travers (06/07/2001)
Variety - Todd McCarthy (05/07/2001)
Premiere - Glenn Kenny (06/01/2001)
New York Times - Elvis Mitchell (05/16/2001)
USA Today - Susan Wloszczyna (05/16/2001)
Box Office - Wade Major (07/01/2001)
Sight and Sound - Kim Newman (07/01/2001)
Los Angeles Times - Kenneth Turan (05/16/2001)
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert (05/18/2001)
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- mfischle01Jan 25, 2016Verified purchase - USEDby
All around, film, delivery, sender met my expectations.
- traverscityOct 27, 2015Verified purchase - NEWby
Great for all ages
Some of the comments only adults will get ,but the kids won't even notice.
- lost_in_nhOct 29, 2013by
My kid loves this movie. Put it on and it is an instant baby sitter so I can focus on warming up a bottle and feeding the baby. The animation is still so amazing years later. Who can't love a story about love. A list of the celebrity voices in this movie can go on and on. Very romantic.
- kuntakJun 15, 2007by
Cute twist on old fairy tale stories
Shrek 1 is a cute story that incorporates many old fairy tales to create a new cute story. The humor in the story is cute for both children and adults. Your children will enjoy this story with all its different fairy tale characters and cute scenes. You can sit back and laugh at the double meaning and adult humor so cleverly written into the story.
- polaricewolf77Jan 15, 2012by
shrek is always the bomb regardless of whether it is the 1st or the last. I would recommend shrek to anyone anywhere at anytime.