Shrek: Meet the Friendliest Ogre of Far Far Away
2001) is a very comical film that has intense animation. It took almost five years to complete this film because of the precision used on the graphics. While some still prefer the old-style hand-drawn Disney style of animation, this film is cutting edge. It is a most excellent choice for young and old alike.
Eddie Murphy is a standout as the abrasive donkey. Mike Myers, though, gets in most of the catch-phrases associated with the film ("What is he compensating for?") as he embarks on his mission to save the fair princess.
Mike Adamson keeps the story wholesome and heartwarming. In a way, it is a throwback, with references to "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" and a lonely princess looking for love. The soundtrack is outstanding and is a must-buy.
Puss In Boots," the delightful feature film focusing on Shrek's eventual comrade (see picture above).