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"Shrek the Third" was an excellent follow-up to the other movies. This entire trilogy has really been great. There are a lot of new jokes in this movie for kids and adults alike, so the whole family can have a great time. The soundtrack is definitely geared towards the adults with songs from the 70's and so on that are used to great comedic effect. I really enjoyed this movie and laughed quite a bit, however it's not quite as funny as the other two movies were. I thought all the voice actors did a fantastic job as usual (even Justin Timberlake who played Arthur) and the animation was on par with how it's always been, which is to say – pretty great! In addition, I thought the pacing was well done and there weren't any slow parts. The 93 minute running time just seemed to fly by. I kind of wish this movie was a bit longer actually – it almost felt like it went by too quickly. Lastly, I think they gave way too much information in the trailers for this movie and when I saw those same scenes on the big screen, they weren't as funny as they would have been if I'd never seen them before. However, those minor nitpickings aside, "Shrek the Third" is a lot of fun and I'd highly recommend it.
All in all, I'd give this movie 4 STARS (out of 5). Re-watch value: HIGH
I found "Shrek the Third" to complement and bring an excellent ending to the trilogy; it was original, funny, and entertaining for kids and adults. The humor was as to be expected with Shrek, with just the right amount for the adults as well. However the soundtrack is definitely for the adults and this is what I really enjoyed about it. Somehow the producers and director managed to fit some great music into a supposedly "kids movie" and do it very well. The movie as with the other two Shrek films also has a message, about believing in yourself and following your dreams. I really enjoyed "Shrek the 3rd" and thought the 90 min went by very fast.
Overall Rating: 4 Stars (Out of 5). Re-Watch Value: High (I will purchase on DVD).