Shrek 4 obviously does not match the originality of the first movie which was the first animated movie I ever saw whose humor and parodies were made to appeal to adult audiences. However in terms of entertainment value Shrek 4 is much nearer the first two amazing movies than the horribly disappointing, muddled and boring third movie!

I really connected with Shrek’s midlife crisis. It’s really easy to lose sight of how good you have it, and really hard to cherish the amazing things you have in life, until you actually lose them.

I loved the entire story and the big closet romantic in me loved to see Fiona and Shrek fall in love all over again!

  • Your second sentence in this post just reminded me of Rudyard Kipling’s poem IF.(On Victorian Stoicism. Written in 1895). Kipling himself noted that: it was “printed as cards to hang up in offices and bedrooms; illuminated text-wise and anthologized to weariness”. So, to keep up the re-re-replication, here it is:

    (By the way, congratulations on the cleanse!)