Though it doesn’t scale the heights of Shreks 1 and 2, Mike Mitchell’s jolly romp is a significant improvement on Shrek The Third.
The final chapter in DreamWorks’ franchise sees the green ogre endanger his own history by entering into a clock-rewinding bargain with short-arse Rumpelstiltskin (Walt Dohrn, memorably waspish).
Amusingly relocating all the regulars to an alt-reality, the series regains some energy and leans lighter on the pop culture referencing.
Still, it’s probably best if the big-eared lug ends his journey here.
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