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One of the Worst Movie Endings

Updated on June 12, 2008

Disappointed With The Ending to Shrek The Third

Shrek the third starts out as usual with their funny antics with Shrek, Fiona, and Donkey. This time Fiona's father King Harold gets sick and Shrek and Fiona are to be the next king and queen of Far Far Away. Shrek does not want to do this of course, he's perfectly happy and content with his swamp; hello, he's an ogre. There's only one heir to the thrown of the King's family; his nephew, Author. Now, Shrek, Donkey, and Puss in Boots had to set sail on a ship to go find him. As they departed Fiona shouted to Shrek that they were soon to be parents; making his long trip even more stressful.

In a nut shell, Shrek and they gang set off to find Author at sea, while Prince Charming was trying to make a mess of the kingdom of Far Far Away. Prince Charming also captures all the fairy tale friends Gingerbread Man, Pinocchio, Big Bad Wolf, and the 3 Little Pigs. Fiona and the other fairy tale ladies of Far Far Away also get captured. Everything from this point on seems so cliche.

Shrek finds Author (Who of course didn't come so easily, and had to be a pain to make the movie longer) They come back to Far Far Away to see everything messed up and have to save the Kingdom.[Of course] All the villians and towns people gathered to watch a play of Prince Charming slaying a fake Shrek at the kingdom's theatre. But Shrek decides to got to Charming's dressing room to 'get' Charming but gets captured by his men instead. Charming was set up to decapitate the heir to the thrown, Arthor. But Shrek tells him he's just his replacement because he didn't want it himself. Which makes Author mad and Donkey and Puss have to convince him he just did it to save his life. Author gets over it and comes to the theatre to save Shrek just in time, by just making a speech to the entire kingsdom about turning over a new leaf. That's all it took to make all the villains change they're mind. They all lived happily ever after that.

I couldn't believe that ending, especially when I saw that it was setting itself the way it did. The ending was very predictable. I usually enjoy these movies because they usually keep the young and old in mind when making one. I don't understand what the problem was maybe they got bored with it or something. I know it's not something I would watch again. Even if I do own it.

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      Kenneth Avery 6 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      stlezink, YOU are WELCOME. I always love to read hubs by people such as yourself who is far more talented than I. And that is from the heart. And I will read more of your hubs, but now, I have to vanish to take some needed night medications to rest and sleep. Sincerely, KENNETH

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      stylezink 6 years ago from Atlanta, GA.

      Thank you again kenneth, for checking out my hub. I didn't know about a contact button, I'll have to check that out in my settings. Thanks for letting me know about it. Again, I really appreciate the comments and you reading. I'm off to check out about the button and some of your hubs.

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      Kenneth Avery 6 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama

      Hey, stylezink . . .AMEN! This hub is RIGHT ON! And Im with you on the ending. Amazing hub you have here. Well, ALL of your hubs are amazing. And did you know that there is NO CONTACT button on your profile? That is why I had to leave Your Note of Thanks for Following Me HERE in this box. Keep up the great work. I LOVE IT! Kenneth Avery . . .A Special Hello to My New Creative Writer Friend, stylezink. I am GLAD that you are in my world. Just don’t be too bored with my hubs. Write me anytime. I love to hear about what my friends are doing. And now, YOUR Note of Thanks . . .I would like to offer YOU My SINCERE THANK YOU for following me. I am very new to Hubs. Honestly, I TRULY VALUE my followers and I shall NOT take YOUR Warm Gesture for granted. I will also write hubs that will be educational, entertaining, a bit dramatic and many times funny. But NOT negative, abusive, or demeaning. If at any time my hubs offend or upset you, simply tell ME, before anyone else, and I will remedy the situation pronto. Again, THANK YOU! Sincerely, Kenneth, (my real name. I didn’t know that we could use catchy titles.

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      OutsideTheLines 6 years ago from Tulsa, OK

      Agreed! They're really killing the series. After the second one they just got worse and worse.

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      Clive Fagan 10 years ago from South Africa

      The only good Shrek movie was the first one!

      My granddaughter loved it. She rated Shrek 2 as ok and Shrek 3 .. boring!

      good hub.

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      bettiegurrl 10 years ago from Portland, Or

      i totally agree with ya. i wanted to leave the theater. boooooring!

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      stylezink 10 years ago from Atlanta, GA.

      I hope they do too, I wrote about this one because I just watched it with my boys last week, so it was fresh in the mind, lol.

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      Curdman 10 years ago from Lawrence, KS

      haha, i'm not sure i can really go with you on this one, i agree its a bad ending, but the entire movie is not that funny and not very creative. so its a bad movie with a predictable ending, not a big surprise to me. hopefully they'll do something better for the fourth one due out in 2010.

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