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Shrek 2


May 18, 2004

Latest Home Video

Nov 04, 2004

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Mike Myers
Cameron Diaz
Eddie Murphy
Julie Andrews
Antonio Bandera


2004 Dreamworks

Still shot from the movie: Shrek 2.

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After completing a quest in Shrek 1 to rescue the beautiful Princess Fiona (voice by Cameron Diaz), the husky ogre (voice by Mike Myers) and lovely damsel were married. Now the new husband is about to face an even greater challange--meeting and winning over his royal in-laws (John Cleese and Julie Andrews).

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Why Is Shrek 2 Rated PG?

Shrek 2 is rated PG for some crude humor, a brief substance reference and some suggestive content.

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