Shrek the Third
When Shrek married Fiona, the last thing he thought about was becoming King. But when his frog father-in-law King Harold suddenly passes away, Shrek risks having to ascend the throne and take his place, just as Fiona becomes the mother of a child similar to his father. Sherk doesn't really see himself in the king's shoes, forced to wear uncomfortable and pompous clothes, therefore together with his inseparable friends Donkey and Puss in Boots, he goes in search of a distant cousin of Fiona, who responds to the name of Arthur ( King Arthur?).
Meanwhile, the evil and vain Prince Charming plots to gain access to the throne, hiring bandits of the caliber of Captain Hook and other villains from the world of fairy tales from among his ranks. The three manage to find young Arthur, who is attending medieval high school, but the boy is a bit of a problem and will make Shrek's task even more difficult. The film offers really hilarious scenes and new characters, to the point that they tend to cloud the charisma of Shrek and Fiona themselves. Graphics and animation are even more accurate than previous films, with breathtaking photorealistic landscapes and fluidity of movements, even more natural. Among the new characters we find a funny wizard Merlin, who forgets the magic formulas due to old age, Fiona's crazy princesses, a dwarf babysitter, the wolf of little red riding hood, Pinocchio, the three little pigs and many others. It may not be a masterpiece of originality like the previous ones, but it guarantees an hour and a half of comedy and lightheartedness for all families.