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Tuesday, June 05, 2007

GREENLIGHT #140: Shrek the Third (with "Aladdin" and "Austin Powers in Goldmember")

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Ann and Les predicted that Shrek the Third (2007) would be what it was. It’s not as good as the second and nowhere near the creativity and joy of the first. The voices were all quite good with a special nod going to the beautiful voice of Julie Andrews who made her queen both regal and playful. And while star Mike Myers does his usual wonderful job as Shrek, Ann and Les l. uses his obvious talents on a more character-laden film soon. For their GREENLIGHT Rentals, Les recommends his most favorite of the modern Disney films, Aladdin (1992.) In this animated film Robin Williams seems ot come alive in his character of the Genie. And listen for the incredible singing of Broadway star Lea Salonga. Ann recommends a third-round live-action film with decidedly comic overtones featuring the rubber face of Mr. Meyers as the coolest spy ever. Beyonce Knowles gets her comic debut here as well. It’s a romp in hilarity watching Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002.)

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