Shrek is a series of animated films. Shrek is a giant green ogre, lured out of his comfortable smelly swamp on adventures with friends Donkey and Puss, to rescue then marry the beautiful Princess Fiona. In a twist on usual Happy Ever After endings, true love's kiss permanently sets Fiona in the form of an ogre too, whereas the lovely Fairy Godmother and her son Prince Charming are villains. Beauty on the inside can be seen on the outside. Directors intended morals from beginning following Shrek's journey of growth - be true to yourself (Shrek #1), be part of a family #2, accept responsibility #3 - uplifting positive family values.
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