Shrek Forever After (2010)

Do the Roar!

Pressure mounts for Shrek (Mike Myers) on his kids’ birthday when an annoying kid asks him to do his ogre roar.

Directed by Mike Mitchell.

Released in 2010 by Paramount.

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  • character-type: Child
  • character-type: Friend
  • character-type: Mother
  • character-type: Father
  • action: Party
  • action: Provoke
  • action: Yell
  • action: Annoy
  • action: Shout
  • editors-choice: Screams
  • primary-genre: Anime and Animation
  • primary-genre: Children and Family
  • primary-genre: Sci-Fi and Fantasy
  • secondary-genre: Movies for ages 8 to 10
  • secondary-genre: Family Feature Animation
  • secondary-genre: Movies for ages 5 to 7
  • secondary-genre: Movies for ages 11 to 12
  • secondary-genre: Fantasy
  • secondary-genre: Family Adventures
  • secondary-genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
  • secondary-genre: Family Comedies
  • secondary-genre: Family Features
  • secondary-genre: Children & Family Movies
  • mood: Goofy
  • mood: Funny
  • primary-occasion: Birthdays
  • primary-occasion: Other
  • secondary-occasion: Birthday for Kids
  • secondary-occasion: Midlife Crisis
  • prop: Cake
  • prop: Balloon
  • prop: Pig
  • setting: Party
  • theme: Frustration
  • actor: Conrad Vernon
  • actor: Cameron Diaz
  • actor: Mike Myers
  • actor: Cody Cameron
  • actor: Eddie Murphy
  • director: Mike Mitchell
  • producer: Andrew Adamson
  • producer: Teresa Cheng
  • producer: John H. Williams
  • producer: Aron Warner
  • producer: Gina Shay
  • cinematographer: Yong Duk Jhun
  • composer: Harry Gregson-Williams
  • editor: Nick Fletcher
  • production-designer: Peter Zaslav
  • role-name: Princess Fiona
  • role-name: Gingy
  • role-name: Donkey
  • role-name: Ogre Triplets
  • role-name: The Three Little Pigs
  • role-name: Shrek
  • screenwriter: Josh Klausner
  • screenwriter: Darren Lemke
  • year: 2010
  • studio: Paramount