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Interview: Chris Miller (director of Puss in Boots)

Interview: Chris Miller (director of Puss in Boots). By Simon Miraudo. Chris Miller is one of the driving creative forces of the Shrek franchise, having begun as a story artist and writer of additional dialogue on the first film and eventually graduating to director on Shrek the Third. Those pictures inspired many imitators, and since […]

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The cat with no name – Puss in Boots review

Puss in Boots – Starring Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek and Zach Galifianakis. Directed by Chris Miller. Rated PG. By Simon Miraudo. The Shrek franchise has aged terribly. Once considered the sharpest and most refreshing animation out there, it has since been lapped (and lapped again) by recent Pixar efforts and even one-offs like Cloudy with […]

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Trailer Debut: Puss in Boots

The trailer for DreamWorks Animation’s Shrek spinoff Puss in Boots has debuted online. Featuring the voice of Antonio Banderas as Puss, it looks remarkably similar to Banderas’ Zorro films. Although the Shrek films have long since run out of steam, Puss remained the saga’s best and most entertaining character. Will that translate in his graduation […]

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Ogrekill – Shrek Forever After review

Shrek Forever After – Starring Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz and Eddie Murphy. Directed by Mike Mitchell. Rated PG. By Simon Miraudo. Once upon a time, DreamWorks Animation released a film about a grumpy green ogre named Shrek and his cheeky, fast-talking sidekick Donkey. A massive box office hit (and recipient of the Best Animated Feature […]

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Shrek Forever After trailer debut!

source: traileraddict.com The trailer for Shrek Forever After, the fourth installment of the Shrek franchise, has debuted online. This trailer really caught me by surprise. Not in terms of quality, because I think we can agree there’s nothing really new to see here. Just in terms of the fact that there is a trailer for […]

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Head to Head – Shrek

Welcome to the final installment of Head to Head (well, final installment as you know it). Every week our Quickflix critics enter into a relentlessly bloody battle to the death based on the merits of a particular film. This week, our critics go for the endgame fatality over DreamWorks Animation hit film Shrek. DVDman will […]

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