Watch Shrek 2
- 1 hr 33 min
The America film Shrek is a movie created by use of computer animations. It is an imaginative comedy full of interesting scenes. The film is a continuation of an earlier version with the same idea and cast. It all started when Shrek and Fiona who were away for their honeymoon came back and met a note which had been left for them inviting them to join Fiona’s parents in celebrating their marriage anniversary. So Shrek, Fiona and Donkey set out on a journey to attend the celebrations. Fiona’s parents the King and Queen were shocked that their daughter had chosen to marry someone like Shrek and how much she had changed physically. Fiona’s father was not in support of her daughter’s choice of husband and made Shrek and the others know he was rejecting Shrek as a son in law due to some concerns he had. He got into arguments with Shrek and this annoyed Fiona who got angry and went to her room and preferred to stay there alone. While there she met her Godmother a fairy who also had magical powers. She was also amazed at how much Fiona had changed physically. After the encounter with the King Shrek was unsure of Fiona’s love anymore and this was aggravated by the fact that he discovered Fiona had once been in love with a certain prince Charming who was the Godmother’s son. King Harold paid an assassin known as Puss to get rid of Shrek but Shrek defeated him and Puss in order to make up for what he had done to Shrek took him to the Godmother and stole a potion which transformed Shrek to a human. Fiona had also been transformed back into a human and not knowing about Shrek's transformation was deceived by Prince Charming who went to the palace and posed as Shrek. At the end Shrek and Fiona got married. Production of the film was done by Dream Works Animation and it was directed by the joint collaboration of Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury and Conrad Vernon. The voice offs used in the film included voices of Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz as Fiona, Eddie Murphy, John Cleese, Antonio Banderas, Julie Andrews and Rupert Everett.