CinemaDave (cinemadave) wrote,

First "Shrek 2" was in 3 D and is now known as "Shrek 4 D" at Universal Orlando

Released in 2003, this "Shrek" short subject featured the ghost of Lord Farquad (John Lithgow) and his revenge upon Shrek and Fiona. Essentially an excuse to create a safe ride at Universal studios, this "Shrek" film reunites the original characters while making references to characters found at Universal Studios. The most obvious reference, is Donkey's paraphrase of Elwood Blues from the Blues Brothers movie. Frequently when people exit the theatre, they can see Jake & Elwood performing on the street.

This DVD was sold in conjunction with the original "Shrek," to promote "Shrek II." Confused? Don't be, just sit back and enjoy the ride.
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