The film is available in 3-D, but I don't think it really enhances the movie-going experience.
/*Eddie Murphy*/ once again brings great comedy to the screen as the energy-filled Donkey. /*Mike Myers*/ and /*Cameron Diaz*/ have Shrek and Fiona down.
Newcomer /*Walt Dohrn*/, who plays as Rumpelstiltskin, may have a future in voice work. And /*Antonio Banderas*/ is again a kick as a chunkier Puss in Boots.
Younger children may have a little trouble following this storyline, but they probably won't care. And if they do, they'll just ask you!
"Shrek Forever After" is cute, but while I smiled several times watching it, I never laughed out loud. It doesn't have the "wow factor" of the original. But it does hold up to the other "Shrek" sequels.
I felt like I spent an hour-and-a-half with characters I love in a story I only liked.
"Shrek Forever After" is rated-PG.