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  • I saw it yesterday. I thought it was waaay overhyped. It certainly was not on the caliber of Shrek1/2, Ice Age, or Monsters, Inc, or even Finding Nemo.
    • I totally agree. Plus there are at least two very obscur movie references. I was explaining it to a guy behind the counter at a coffee house and he was giving me the blank stare.

      • Let's see...

        The Wild America/Marty Stofer theme....
        Chariots of Fire...

        What were the others? I forgot.
        • There was the reference to "The Mission" when Alex went over the falls. There was also the reference to the Twilight Zone episode "To Serve Man". The second one is very obscure.
          • That's why I always liked The Family Guy. Complete irreverence and references to other older series and series events.

            I still get a chuckle out of the Startbucks-across-the-street-from-another-Starbucks Lewis Black reference in Shrek2 (two Farbucks across the street from each other).
    • I didn't like Shrek, I thought it was way overhyped. (Ha ha we make pop culture references in a fairy tale land. Over and over and over. Ha ha.) And I never bothered to see Shrek 2. I rented Ice Age, and stopped watching after about 20 minutes, because it was so entirely boring.

      I loved Monsters, Inc. and Finding Nemo.

      I don't plan on seeing Madagascar.