Shrek 2 (2004) - Final Battle

Shrek 2 (2004) - Final Battle

2:18 mr stark I don’t feel so good
2:18 Shrek I don’t feel so good...
that ending was brutal
2:18 “mr stark... I don’t feel so good...”
i dunno
Bowser:Stop! Hey you! Back away from my wife!
Peach: Bowser?
Rosalina:you couldn't go back to Koopa Kingdom and leave well enough alone!
fight over le wand
R:She's taken the potion! Kiss her now!
Mario kisses Peach
Peach looks at Mario,first confused,then as if she's fallen in love. She touches Mario's face.....then punts him.
*i dunno I saw a video and I just thought:holy shit this good
So I made a crack comment...I guess...?*
My Movie my Chlidhood ❤️🤞🏼🌹
I love the fact that Harold saved Shrek’s life 😭
I watched 1:42 like 24 times
J'adore le baiser de Fiona et Charmant ils sont vraiments faits l'un pour l'autre et qu'ils méritent d'être heureux ensemble moi je préfère qu'ils restent ensemble
Top 10 anime battles
Great scene all around but anyone else here for the Character development of Harold & his noble sacrifice?
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And I like Fiona because those Karate moves are good
I like this movie it is kinda funny to me and prince charming is not no charming
I remember when I was little, I saw this in theaters. And I remember after Fiona head-buts Prince Charming someone like 2 rows behind me said “That’s hot.” When I was little I was really confused how someone could have thought that was hot but now that’s the funniest shit I’ve ever heard. Just imagine being in a dead quiet movie theater, watching a good movie and just out of no where, someone says that at probably the most inappropriate time TO say it. Fucking gold, man.
If Fiona had taken the love potion and Charming had kissed her, would her new love for him have somehow kept her in her human form, so that she wouldn't turn into an ogre by midnight?

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