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Mike Mitchell

Lazy, Uninspired ‘Shrek Forever After’ With Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz

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CHICAGO – The laziest big budget film of the year, “Shrek Forever After” is the worst kind of family entertainment in that it relies solely on the goodwill engendered by the hit movies that came before to not only get audience members in seats this weekend but to sell them toys, video games, and tickets to amusement parks.

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