Shrek Forever After: The Final Chapter

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Year:
2010
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Oh, please, help!

Someone, anyone! Help me!

The pain! I can see

a bright light. A tunnel!

Grandma? Is that you?

Yeah, it's me, Granny.

An ogre! Please, Mr. Ogre,

please don't eat me!

I'm not gonna eat you.

But you are an ogre... Aren't you?

Yeah, well, I... I used to be.

Look, move out or get crushed.

So you're not gonna eat me?

No, thanks. I already had a big bowl

of curly-toed weirdo for breakfast.

Wait up! What's your rush?

Where you going?

Nowhere.

What a coincidence!

I was just heading that way myself.

But, seriously,

let me give you a ride. I insist.

Come on. It's the least I can do

after all you've done for me.

I got a hot rat cooking.

All right! Can I interest you

in a mudslide? Slug and tonic?

A liquid libation

to ease that frustration?

- Eyeball-tini?

- Well, maybe just one.

So the centaur says,

"That's not the half I'm talking about. "

I gotta say, Shrek, I envy you.

To live the life of an ogre...

no worries, no responsibilities.

You are free to pillage

and terrorize as you please.

- Free? That's a laugh.

- Oh, yeah?

Sometimes I wish I had just one day

to feel like a real ogre again.

Why didn't you say so?

Magical transactions are my specialty!

Great. Next to mimes,

magicians are my favourite people.

Hold on.

"King for a Month. "

"Knight for a Week. "

Ogre for a day.

Think about it, Shrek.

To be feared and hated.

You'll be, like, "Roar!"

And the villagers will be, like, "Get

away! It's Shrek! I'm so scared of him!"

It would be just like the good old days,

when your swamp was your castle.

- When the world made sense.

- All right, what's the catch?

Catch? No. There's no catch.

No catchings, really.

I mean, there's something.

Small thing. Nothing. A little thing.

All right, I knew it.

So what do you want?

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