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just watched shrek 2

Ewan154

Active Member
Just watched shrek 2 last night...and really enjoyed it :D :rotfl:

I'm 29 years old :eek:
 

pmc

Active Member
I watched it a couple of weeks ago and though it was excellent. Very funny and amzingly well made.

And I'm 32 :suicide:


The Incredibles is even better :thumbsup:
 
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Lionheart

Guest
Im 44 and I watch all those kind of films...although Tom and Jerry are still my favs :)
 

sbowler

Well-known Member
Its great to watch these types of film, I remember taking my boy (or did he take me?) to see Finding Nemo. I think I laughed louder than anyone, great film.:thumbsup:
 

chrislad

Well-known Member
Took you long enough. It's been on DVD for near to a year ;)
 

Tejstar

Distinguished Member
I watched this on DVD last week and thoroughly enjoyed it. What I found strange though, is that I didn't enjoy it (or found it funny) when I watched it in the cinema. I loved every minute when watching it at home, maybe I was tired when I watched it at the cinema or something! :rolleyes:
 

Seth Gecko

retired member
Dave-S said:
does anyone know why the bar keepers voice , which should have been larry king, is Jonathan blooming ross in the uk version? :confused:
Think it was an "international" thing - they changed Joan Rivers to Kate Thornton or something as well IIRC (Can't remember - wasn't impressed with it)
 

Mendes

Well-known Member
I didnt enjoy it at all, wasnt a patch on the first which i love. I think that The incredibles, Monsters inc and Finding Nemo were far superior and own the last 3 on dvd and watch them regularly.
 

Razor

Distinguished Member
Try Robots on for size. :)
 

Ewan154

Active Member
I'm going to get "The Incredibles, Shrek and Finding Nemo" next :thumbsup:
 

Kopite4Ever

Active Member
i find these type of films have gotten worse over the years for me. i adored toy story, its sequel and the earlier pixar type films. incredibles did nothing for me i cant say i laughed once. original shrek was ok shrek 2 was poor IMO and i didnt care for nemo at all. monsters inc i found funny maybe its just as im getting older they dont appeal to me as much
 

Pbryanw

Active Member
Dave-S said:
So I take it that dream works think us poor people in the uk would not be able to understand larry king of joan rivers then :rotfl: :rotfl:
So they chose Jonathon Ross, who as we know is a lot easier to understand :)
 

Razor

Distinguished Member
Valhoudini said:
So they chose Jonathon Ross, who as we know is a lot easier to understand :)



Yesth :D
 

Tejstar

Distinguished Member
Mendes said:
I didnt enjoy it at all, wasnt a patch on the first which i love.

I did enjoy the second one but thought the first one stands up better for repeat viewing.
 

grimoor

Active Member
I enjoyed it, but I thought the animation was a bit wooden compare to pixar films.

As for Robots I didn't laugh at anything and was looking at my watch to see when I could leave the cinema.
 

BAN5HEE

Well-known Member
I've seen previews of Ice Age 2. I hope it's as good as the first one was.
 
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Lionheart

Guest
Dave-S said:
I felt very disapointed with shrek 2, did not find it any where near as good as the first, And does anyone know why the bar keepers voice , which should have been larry king, is Jonathan blooming ross in the uk version? :confused:
OMG not Jonathan Ross....I'd rather have a cat with terminal flatulence doing the voice over...why do people hire this man
 

kevH

Active Member
Just watched Shrek 2 over an over on a portable whilst on holiday !!!!!!!! No more please !!! (little ones 2 yr old and loves it !!)

Ps Whens Ice Age 2 out i thought that IA 1 was one of the best ever both sound and quality. My local Bang & Olufsen store uses that to demo surround sound !!
 

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