Shrek is back this time in 3-D. While some might call it an unwelcome thing feeling that the oversized green ogre has already overstayed his welcome with feckless second and third chapters.
But for many, this fourth installment of the Shrek franchise will be an extremely entertaining enterprise as this one is not only smart, imaginative but also an exceptionally hilarious sequel that wraps up the series.
In this film, Shrek (Mike Myers) is feeling the pressures of fatherhood and the mundane nature of daily life and his marriage with Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz). He longs for his days as a bachelor ogre. When Rumpelstiltskin (Walt Dohrn) comes into his life and offers him a deal to relive his bachelorhood, Shrek takes the bait. This sets into motion a sequence of events in which Shrek never existed and Rumpelstiltskin becomes the king of Far Far Away. It’s up to Shrek to fix the past so he can fix the future.