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Synopsis: Shrek has rescued Princess Fiona, got married, and now is time to meet the parents. Shrek, Fiona, and Donkey set off to Far, Far Away to meet Fiona's mother and father. But not everyone is happy. Shrek and the King find it hard to get along, and there's tension in the marriage. It's not just the family who are unhappy. Prince Charming returns from a failed attempt at rescuing Fiona, and works alongside his mother, the Fairy Godmother, to try and find a way to get Shrek away from Fiona.
Production: DreamWorks SKG
  Nominated for 2 Oscars. Another 18 wins & 50 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.2
Metacritic:
75
Rotten Tomatoes:
88%
PG
Year:
2004
93 min
$436,471,036
Website
83,591 Views


Head 'em up, move 'em on! Head 'em up!

Rawhide! Move 'em on!

Head 'em up!

Move 'em on! Move 'em on!

Head 'em up! Rawhide!

Ride 'em up! Move 'em on!

Head 'em up! Move 'em on! Rawhide!

Knock 'em out! Pound 'em dead!

Make 'em tea! Buy 'em drinks!

Meet their mamas!

Milk 'em hard!

Rawhide!

Yee-haw!

- Are we there yet?

- No.

- Are we there yet?

- Not yet.

- OK, are we there yet?

- No.

- Are we there yet?

- No!

- Are we there yet?

- Yes.

- Really?

- No!

- Are we there yet?

- No!

- Are we there yet?

- We are not!

- Are we there yet?

- No!

- Are we there yet?

- That's not funny. That's really immature.

- This is why nobody likes ogres.

- Your loss!

- l'm gonna just stop talking.

- Finally!

This is taking forever, Shrek.

There's no in-flight movie or nothing!

The Kingdom of Far, Far Away, Donkey.

That's where we're going.

Far, far...

away!

All right, all right, l get it.

l'm just so darn bored.

Well, find a way

to entertain yourself.

For five minutes...

Could you not be yourself...

...for five minutes!

Are we there yet?

- Yes!

- Oh, finally!

Wow!

lt's going to be champagne wishes

and caviar dreams from now on.

Hey, good-looking!

We'll be back to pick you up later!

Gotta make a move

to a town that's right for me

We are definitely not

in the swamp anymore.

Halt!

Well, I talk about it, talk about it,

talk about it, talk about it

Hey, everyone, look.

Talk about, talk about movin'...

Hey, ladies! Nice day for a parade, huh?

You working that hat.

Swimming pools!

Movie stars!

Announcing the long-awaited return

of the beautiful Princess Fiona

and her new husband.

Well, this is it.

- This is it.

- This is it.

This is it.

Uh... why don't you guys go ahead?

l'll park the car.

So...

you still think

this was a good idea?

Of course! Look.

Mom and Dad look happy to see us.

- Who on earth are they?

- l think that's our little girl.

That's not little!

That's a really big problem.

Wasn't she supposed to kiss

Prince Charming and break the spell?

Well, he's no Prince Charming,

but they do look...

Happy now?

We came. We saw them.

Now let's go before

they light the torches.

- They're my parents.

- Hello? They locked you in a tower.

That was for my own...

Good! Here's our chance. Let's go

back inside and pretend we're not home.

Harold, we have to be...

Quick! While they're not looking

we can make a run for it.

Shrek, stop it!

Everything's gonna be...

A disaster! There is no way...

- You can do this.

- l really...

- Really...

- don't... want... to... be...

Here!

Mom... Dad...

l'd like you to meet my husband...

Shrek.

Well, um...

lt's easy to see where Fiona

gets her good looks from.

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Ted Elliott

Ted Elliott (born July 4, 1961) is an American screenwriter. Along with his writing partner Terry Rossio, Elliott has written some of the most successful American films of the past 30 years, including Aladdin, Shrek and the Pirates of the Caribbean series. In 2004, he was elected to the Board of Directors of the Writers Guild of America; his term on the board ended in 2006. more…

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