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14th May '16 11:44:07 PM Nylsa
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!!''Shrek''

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!!''Shrek''!!''Film Examples''



!!''Shrek Forever After''
* The Piper's "Shake Your Groove Thing" sequence in Shrek Forever After. Whatever your opinion is of this movie, seeing the Ogres, Shrek, and Fiona dancing to that is CrowningMusicOfAwesome.
* Fiona gets an off-screen moment of awesome: it's revealed that after waiting so long for a prince to come, she eventually just rescued herself. And ''then'' she led a rebellion.
14th May '16 11:26:58 PM Nylsa
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!!''Shrek the Third''
* When Artie gets picked on by the students, [[NiceGuy Donkey]], of all people (having been stuffed into a locker and having a "I sucketh" note planted on his butt), snaps at them, "Ya'll should be ashamed of yourselves!" Defied quickly when Lancelot says "That wasn't me." Still, having a funny talking donkey standing up against the bullies is kinda cool.
* There is the scene when Queen Lilly breaks all of the princesses out of jail- by knocking down a stone wall with her head. Twice.
** Followed by a CrowningMomentOfFunny when the dazed Queen (played by Julie Andrews) has to be helped up and led away...but she's singing to herself, "Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens..."
* The assault on the castle, which is fully [[ActionGirl the princesses' time to shine]]. Of particular note is the beginning. Snow White hops out and starts singing happily and luring out a bunch of woodland creatures... then her happy trilling turns into the [[Music/LedZeppelin Immigrant Song]], making the animals attack the guards. Other noteworthy moments are Cinderella using her slipper as a PrecisionGuidedBoomerang and Sleeping Beauty weaponizing narcolepsy.
* Everyone showing up to back up Shrek on stage. Including Dragon & her kids flying in formation and the 3 pigs in martial art poses. Yes, Charming ruins it by calling in the villains, but still...
* The final battle between Shrek and Prince Charming, whose motivation is the search for his "Happily Ever After", ends with this exchange:
-->'''Charming''': ''"This was supposed to be my happily ever after!"''
-->'''Shrek''': ''"Well, I guess you'll have to keep looking. (looks to Fiona) Because I'm not giving up mine." (punches Charming into the air)''
* Artie's speech at the end of the movie, convincing the other villains that, yes, they do have a choice. It fits well with the series' idea of "There is always another ending".
14th May '16 11:22:03 PM Nylsa
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!!''Shrek 2''
* The Fairy Godmother orders the King to slip Fiona a love potion so that she'll fall in love with her son, Prince Charming. The King places the potion in Fiona's tea, but finds that he can't go through with it, and gives his daughter a cup of tea that wasn't laced with the love potion instead. His response to the Fairy Godmother's outraged "Harold, you were supposed to give her the potion!" is a smug "Well, I guess I gave her the wrong tea."
* Any scene with Shrek riding Donkey as a Stallion.
* The entire "Holding Out For a Hero" sequence is one big Moment of Awesome for all the characters involved.
** The assault on the castle. From the [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever giant gingerbread man]] to Puss In Boots holding off a dozen guards, all accompanied by an amazing rendition of "[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Holding Out For A Hero]]" by Jennifer Saunders.
** Puss in Boots does so many awesome things that it's hard to pick just one. Nonetheless, there's a scene where Puss decides to repay his debt to Shrek by staying behind to stall the enemy guards chasing the heroes and then disarms the guards (figuratively) by making [[PuppyDogEyes an adorable sad kitten face]]. Before they can regain their senses, he whips out his rapier and goes to town on them.
** Fiona's headbutt on Prince Charming after he plants a ForcefulKiss on her.
** To say nothing of Harold's HeroicSacrifice afterward.
* After everything is neatly wrapped up, there is Puss in Boots' (AntonioBanderas) and Donkey's (EddieMurphy) perfectly synchronized duet of [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome "Livin' La Vida Loca"]], a song normally sung by one person.
14th May '16 11:17:49 PM Nylsa
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* Shrek and Donkey win over Duloc's spectators (and the home audience) with a no-holds-barred ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSVJARlAdmc smackdown]]'' on Farquaad's knights.

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!!''Shrek''
* Shrek and Donkey win over Duloc's spectators (and the home audience) with a no-holds-barred [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown no-holds-barred]] ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YSVJARlAdmc smackdown]]'' on Farquaad's knights.



* A quick example: Shrek arrives just in time at Fiona and Farquaad's wedding, but upon the revelation that Fiona is an ogress, Farquaad orders his men to have her imprisoned and Shrek killed. All seems lost... [[BigDamnHeroes then Dragon bursts in through the church's stain-glass window]] and [[DeathGlare takes a brief look around]] [[JustDesserts before promptly swooping down and eating Farquaad.]]

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* Fiona interrupts Robin Hood's song with a flying kick to the head, then {{Curb Stomp}}s the Merry Men.
* A quick example: Shrek arrives just in time at Fiona and Farquaad's wedding, but upon the revelation that Fiona is an ogress, Farquaad orders his men to have her imprisoned and Shrek killed. All seems lost... [[BigDamnHeroes then Dragon bursts in through the church's stain-glass window]] and [[DeathGlare takes a brief look around]] [[JustDesserts before promptly swooping down and eating Farquaad.]]Farquaad]].



* The assault on the castle in ''Shrek 2''. From the [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever giant gingerbread man]] to Puss In Boots holding off a dozen guards, all accompanied by an amazing rendition of "[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Holding Out For A Hero]]" by Jennifer Saunders. It's easily tied with Puss in Boots and Donkey's version of "[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Livin' La Vida Loca]]" for best moment.
* The assault on the castle in ''Shrek The Third'', which is fully [[ActionGirl the princesses' time to shine.]] Of particular note is the beginning. Snow White hops out and starts singing happily and luring out a bunch of woodland creatures... then her happy trilling turns into the [[Music/LedZeppelin Immigrant Song]], making the animals attack the guards. Other noteworthy moments are Cinderella using her slipper as a PrecisionGuidedBoomerang and Sleeping Beauty weaponizing narcolepsy.
* Everyone showing up to back up Shrek on stage during the third one. Including Dragon & her kids flying in formation and the 3 pigs in martial art poses. Yes, Charming ruins it by calling in the villains, but still...

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!!''Shrek 2''
* The assault on Fairy Godmother orders the castle King to slip Fiona a love potion so that she'll fall in ''Shrek 2''. From the [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever giant gingerbread man]] to Puss In Boots holding off a dozen guards, all accompanied by an amazing rendition of "[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Holding Out For A Hero]]" by Jennifer Saunders. It's easily tied love with Puss her son, Prince Charming. The King places the potion in Boots Fiona's tea, but finds that he can't go through with it, and Donkey's version gives his daughter a cup of "[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Livin' La Vida Loca]]" for best moment.
* The assault on
tea that wasn't laced with the castle in ''Shrek The Third'', which is fully [[ActionGirl love potion instead. His response to the princesses' time Fairy Godmother's outraged "Harold, you were supposed to shine.]] Of particular note is give her the beginning. Snow White hops out and starts singing happily and luring out potion!" is a bunch of woodland creatures... then smug "Well, I guess I gave her happy trilling turns into the [[Music/LedZeppelin Immigrant Song]], making the animals attack the guards. Other noteworthy moments are Cinderella using her slipper as a PrecisionGuidedBoomerang and Sleeping Beauty weaponizing narcolepsy.
* Everyone showing up to back up Shrek on stage during the third one. Including Dragon & her kids flying in formation and the 3 pigs in martial art poses. Yes, Charming ruins it by calling in the villains, but still...
wrong tea."



* The Piper's "Shake Your Groove Thing" sequence in Shrek Forever After. Whatever your opinion of this movie, the Ogres, Shrek, and Fiona dancing to that is CrowningMusicOfAwesome.
** More CrowningMusicOfAwesome: in ''Shrek 2'', after everything is neatly wrapped up, EddieMurphy and AntonioBanderas break out in a perfectly synchronized duet of "Livin' La Vida Loca", a song normally sung by one person.
* In Shrek 2 the Fairy Godmother orders the King to slip Fiona a love potion so that she'll fall in love with her son, Prince Charming. The King places the potion in Fiona's tea but finds that he can't go through with it, and gives his daughter a cup of tea that wasn't laced with the love potion instead. His response to the Fairy Godmother's outraged "Harold, you were supposed to give her the potion!" is a smug "Well, I guess I gave her the wrong tea."

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* The Piper's "Shake Your Groove Thing" entire "Holding Out For a Hero" sequence is one big Moment of Awesome for all the characters involved.
** The assault on the castle. From the [[AttackOfTheFiftyFootWhatever giant gingerbread man]] to Puss In Boots holding off a dozen guards, all accompanied by an amazing rendition of "[[CrowningMusicOfAwesome Holding Out For A Hero]]" by Jennifer Saunders.
** Puss
in Boots does so many awesome things that it's hard to pick just one. Nonetheless, there's a scene where Puss decides to repay his debt to Shrek Forever After. Whatever your opinion of this movie, by staying behind to stall the Ogres, Shrek, enemy guards chasing the heroes and Fiona dancing to that is CrowningMusicOfAwesome.
** More CrowningMusicOfAwesome: in ''Shrek 2'', after everything is neatly wrapped up, EddieMurphy
then disarms the guards (figuratively) by making [[PuppyDogEyes an adorable sad kitten face]]. Before they can regain their senses, he whips out his rapier and AntonioBanderas break out in a perfectly synchronized duet of "Livin' La Vida Loca", a song normally sung by one person.
* In Shrek 2 the Fairy Godmother orders the King
goes to slip Fiona a love potion so that she'll fall in love with her son, Prince Charming. The King places the potion in Fiona's tea but finds that he can't go through with it, and gives his daughter a cup of tea that wasn't laced with the love potion instead. His response to the Fairy Godmother's outraged "Harold, you were supposed to give her the potion!" is a smug "Well, I guess I gave her the wrong tea."town on them.



** Harold's HeroicSacrifice.
* This line, which doubles as a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming.
-->'''Prince Charming''': "This was supposed to by my happily ever after!"
-->'''Shrek''': "Well, I guess you'll have to keep looking. (Looks to Fiona) Because I'm not giving up mine."
* Artie's speech at the end of ''The Third'', convincing the other villains that, yes they do have a choice. fits well with the series idea of "There is always another ending".
* In the third movie, when Artie gets picked on by the students, [[NiceGuy Donkey]] of all people (having been stuffed into a locker and having a "I sucketh" note planted on his butt) snaps at them "Ya'll should be ashamed of yourselves!" Defied quickly when Lancelot says "That wasn't me." Still, a funny talking donkey standing up against the bullies is kinda cool.
* In the first movie, Fiona interrupts Robin Hood's song with a flying kick to the head, then curb stomps the Merry Men.
* In ''{{Shrek}}'' (the first one) when the dragon punches out the window near the end.
* In ''{{Shrek}} 2'', the entire "Holding Out For a Hero" sequence is one big Moment of Awesome for all characters involved. To say nothing of Harold's HeroicSacrifice afterward.
** Puss in Boots does so many awesome things that it's hard to pick just one. Nonetheless, there's a scene where Puss decides to repay his debt to Shrek by staying behind to stall the enemy guards chasing the heroes and then disarms the guards (figuratively) by making [[PuppyDogEyes an adorable sad kitten face]]. Before they can regain their senses, he whips out his rapier and goes to town on them.
* Althought ''[[{{Shrek}} Shrek the Third]]'' wasn't all that better than the second one, it had its moments. The final battle between Shrek and Prince Charming, whose motivation is the search for his "Happily Ever After", ends with this exchange:

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** To say nothing of Harold's HeroicSacrifice.
HeroicSacrifice afterward.
* This line, which doubles as After everything is neatly wrapped up, there is Puss in Boots' (AntonioBanderas) and Donkey's (EddieMurphy) perfectly synchronized duet of [[CrowningMusicOfAwesome "Livin' La Vida Loca"]], a CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming.
-->'''Prince Charming''': "This was supposed
song normally sung by one person.
!!''Shrek the Third''
* When Artie gets picked on by the students, [[NiceGuy Donkey]], of all people (having been stuffed into a locker and having a "I sucketh" note planted on his butt), snaps at them, "Ya'll should be ashamed of yourselves!" Defied quickly when Lancelot says "That wasn't me." Still, having a funny talking donkey standing up against the bullies is kinda cool.
* There is the scene when Queen Lilly breaks all of the princesses out of jail- by knocking down a stone wall with her head. Twice.
** Followed by a CrowningMomentOfFunny when the dazed Queen (played by Julie Andrews) has
to by my happily ever after!"
-->'''Shrek''': "Well, I guess you'll have
be helped up and led away...but she's singing to keep looking. (Looks to Fiona) Because I'm not giving up mine.herself, "Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens..."
* Artie's speech at The assault on the end of ''The Third'', convincing castle, which is fully [[ActionGirl the other villains that, yes they do have a choice. fits well with princesses' time to shine]]. Of particular note is the series idea beginning. Snow White hops out and starts singing happily and luring out a bunch of "There is always another ending".
* In the third movie, when Artie gets picked on by the students, [[NiceGuy Donkey]] of all people (having been stuffed
woodland creatures... then her happy trilling turns into the [[Music/LedZeppelin Immigrant Song]], making the animals attack the guards. Other noteworthy moments are Cinderella using her slipper as a locker PrecisionGuidedBoomerang and having a "I sucketh" note planted Sleeping Beauty weaponizing narcolepsy.
* Everyone showing up to back up Shrek
on his butt) snaps at them "Ya'll should be ashamed of yourselves!" Defied quickly when Lancelot says "That wasn't me." Still, a funny talking donkey standing up against the bullies is kinda cool.
* In the first movie, Fiona interrupts Robin Hood's song with a
stage. Including Dragon & her kids flying kick to in formation and the head, then curb stomps 3 pigs in martial art poses. Yes, Charming ruins it by calling in the Merry Men.
villains, but still...
* In ''{{Shrek}}'' (the first one) when the dragon punches out the window near the end.
* In ''{{Shrek}} 2'', the entire "Holding Out For a Hero" sequence is one big Moment of Awesome for all characters involved. To say nothing of Harold's HeroicSacrifice afterward.
** Puss in Boots does so many awesome things that it's hard to pick just one. Nonetheless, there's a scene where Puss decides to repay his debt to Shrek by staying behind to stall the enemy guards chasing the heroes and then disarms the guards (figuratively) by making [[PuppyDogEyes an adorable sad kitten face]]. Before they can regain their senses, he whips out his rapier and goes to town on them.
* Althought ''[[{{Shrek}} Shrek the Third]]'' wasn't all that better than the second one, it had its moments.
The final battle between Shrek and Prince Charming, whose motivation is the search for his "Happily Ever After", ends with this exchange:



-->'''Shrek''': ''"Well, I guess you'll have to keep looking. Because I'm not giving up mine." *punches Charming into the air*''
** Or the scene in which Queen Lilly breaks all of the princesses out of jail. By knocking down a stone wall with her head. Twice.
*** Followed by a CrowningMomentOfFunny when the dazed Queen (played by Julie Andrews) has to be helped up and led away...but she's singing to herself..."Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens..."
* In Shrek Forever After, Fiona gets an off-screen moment of awesome: it's revealed that after waiting so long for a prince to come, she eventually just rescued herself. And ''then'' she led a rebellion.
* A RealLife example: the amount of success the first film received, with success at the box-office, Creator/EddieMurphy and the screenplay winning [=BAFTAs=], becoming the first American animated film since ''Disney/PeterPan'' to play in competition at the Cannes Film Festival and winning the inaugural AcademyAward for Best Animated Feature, with the screenplay gaining a nomination. And all this for a FracturedFairyTale about an ogre and a donkey! This not only made DreamWorks a powerful player in the animation feature industry, but made it possible for non-Disney studios to also compete in the field.

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-->'''Shrek''': ''"Well, I guess you'll have to keep looking. (looks to Fiona) Because I'm not giving up mine." *punches (punches Charming into the air*''
** Or
air)''
* Artie's speech at
the scene in which Queen Lilly breaks all end of the princesses out of jail. By knocking down movie, convincing the other villains that, yes, they do have a stone wall choice. It fits well with her head. Twice.
*** Followed by a CrowningMomentOfFunny when
the dazed Queen (played by Julie Andrews) has to be helped up and led away...but she's singing to herself..."Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens..."
series' idea of "There is always another ending".
!!''Shrek Forever After''
* In The Piper's "Shake Your Groove Thing" sequence in Shrek Forever After, After. Whatever your opinion is of this movie, seeing the Ogres, Shrek, and Fiona dancing to that is CrowningMusicOfAwesome.
*
Fiona gets an off-screen moment of awesome: it's revealed that after waiting so long for a prince to come, she eventually just rescued herself. And ''then'' she led a rebellion.
rebellion.
!!''Meta Examples''
* A RealLife example: the The amount of success the first film received, with success received wasn't just at the box-office, but also involved Creator/EddieMurphy and the screenplay winning [=BAFTAs=], becoming the first American animated film since ''Disney/PeterPan'' to play in competition at the Cannes Film Festival Festival, and winning the inaugural AcademyAward for Best Animated Feature, Feature with the screenplay gaining a nomination. And all All of this happened for a FracturedFairyTale about an ogre and a donkey! This not only made DreamWorks a powerful player in the animation feature industry, but made it possible for non-Disney studios to also compete in the field.
14th May '16 7:58:23 PM Nylsa
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* In the first movie, Fiona interrupts Robin Hood's song with a flying kick to the head, then curb stomps the merry men.

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* In the first movie, Fiona interrupts Robin Hood's song with a flying kick to the head, then curb stomps the merry men.Merry Men.
* In ''{{Shrek}}'' (the first one) when the dragon punches out the window near the end.
* In ''{{Shrek}} 2'', the entire "Holding Out For a Hero" sequence is one big Moment of Awesome for all characters involved. To say nothing of Harold's HeroicSacrifice afterward.
** Puss in Boots does so many awesome things that it's hard to pick just one. Nonetheless, there's a scene where Puss decides to repay his debt to Shrek by staying behind to stall the enemy guards chasing the heroes and then disarms the guards (figuratively) by making [[PuppyDogEyes an adorable sad kitten face]]. Before they can regain their senses, he whips out his rapier and goes to town on them.
* Althought ''[[{{Shrek}} Shrek the Third]]'' wasn't all that better than the second one, it had its moments. The final battle between Shrek and Prince Charming, whose motivation is the search for his "Happily Ever After", ends with this exchange:
-->'''Charming''': ''"This was supposed to be my happily ever after!"''
-->'''Shrek''': ''"Well, I guess you'll have to keep looking. Because I'm not giving up mine." *punches Charming into the air*''
** Or the scene in which Queen Lilly breaks all of the princesses out of jail. By knocking down a stone wall with her head. Twice.
*** Followed by a CrowningMomentOfFunny when the dazed Queen (played by Julie Andrews) has to be helped up and led away...but she's singing to herself..."Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens..."
14th May '16 7:41:50 PM Nylsa
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* A quick example: Shrek arrives just in time at Fiona and Farquaad's wedding, but upon the revelation that Fiona is an ogress, Farquaad orders his men to have her imprisoned and Shrek killed. All seems lost... [[BigDamnHeroes then Dragon bursts in through the church's stain-glass window]], [[DeathGlare takes a brief look around]], [[JustDesserts before promptly swooping down and eating Farquaad.]]

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* A quick example: Shrek arrives just in time at Fiona and Farquaad's wedding, but upon the revelation that Fiona is an ogress, Farquaad orders his men to have her imprisoned and Shrek killed. All seems lost... [[BigDamnHeroes then Dragon bursts in through the church's stain-glass window]], window]] and [[DeathGlare takes a brief look around]], around]] [[JustDesserts before promptly swooping down and eating Farquaad.]]



* A RealLife example: the amount of success the first film received, with success at the box-office, Creator/EddieMurphy and the screenplay winning BAFTAs, becoming the first American animated film since ''Disney/PeterPan'' to play in competition at the Cannes Film Festival and winning the inaugural AcademyAward for Best Animated Feature, with the screenplay gaining a nomination. And all this for a FracturedFairyTale about an ogre and a donkey! This not only made DreamWorks a powerful player in the animation feature industry, but made it possible for non-Disney studios to also compete in the field.

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* A RealLife example: the amount of success the first film received, with success at the box-office, Creator/EddieMurphy and the screenplay winning BAFTAs, [=BAFTAs=], becoming the first American animated film since ''Disney/PeterPan'' to play in competition at the Cannes Film Festival and winning the inaugural AcademyAward for Best Animated Feature, with the screenplay gaining a nomination. And all this for a FracturedFairyTale about an ogre and a donkey! This not only made DreamWorks a powerful player in the animation feature industry, but made it possible for non-Disney studios to also compete in the field.
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* A RealLife example: the amount of success the first film received, with success at the box-office, Creator/EddieMurphy and the screenplay winning BAFTAs, becoming the first American animated film since ''Disney/PeterPan'' to play in competition at Cannes and winning the inaugural AcademyAward for Best Animated Feature, with the screenplay gaining a nomination. And all this for a FracturedFairyTale about an ogre and a donkey! This not only made DreamWorks a powerful player in the animation feature industry, but made it possible for non-Disney studios to also compete in the field.

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* A RealLife example: the amount of success the first film received, with success at the box-office, Creator/EddieMurphy and the screenplay winning BAFTAs, becoming the first American animated film since ''Disney/PeterPan'' to play in competition at the Cannes Film Festival and winning the inaugural AcademyAward for Best Animated Feature, with the screenplay gaining a nomination. And all this for a FracturedFairyTale about an ogre and a donkey! This not only made DreamWorks a powerful player in the animation feature industry, but made it possible for non-Disney studios to also compete in the field.
2nd Jan '16 2:01:21 PM AustinCarver13
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* A RealLife example: the amount of success the first film received, with success at the box-office, Creator/EddieMurphy and the screenplay winning BAFTAs, becoming the first American animated film since Film/PeterPan to play in competition at Cannes and winning the inaugural AcademyAward for Best Animated Feature, with the screenplay gaining a nomination. And all this for a FracturedFairyTale about an ogre and a donkey! This not only made DreamWorks a powerful player in the animation feature industry, but made it possible for non-Disney studios to also compete in the field.

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* A RealLife example: the amount of success the first film received, with success at the box-office, Creator/EddieMurphy and the screenplay winning BAFTAs, becoming the first American animated film since Film/PeterPan ''Disney/PeterPan'' to play in competition at Cannes and winning the inaugural AcademyAward for Best Animated Feature, with the screenplay gaining a nomination. And all this for a FracturedFairyTale about an ogre and a donkey! This not only made DreamWorks a powerful player in the animation feature industry, but made it possible for non-Disney studios to also compete in the field.
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* A RealLife example: the amount of success the first film received, with success at the box-office, Creator/EddieMurphy and the screenplay winning BAFTAs, becoming the first American animated film since Film/PeterPan to play in competition at Cannes and winning the inaugural AcademyAward for Best Animated Feature, with the screenplay gaining a nomination. And all this for the company's first in-house feature! This not only made DreamWorks a powerful player in the animation feature industry, but made it possible for non-Disney studios to also compete in the field.

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* A RealLife example: the amount of success the first film received, with success at the box-office, Creator/EddieMurphy and the screenplay winning BAFTAs, becoming the first American animated film since Film/PeterPan to play in competition at Cannes and winning the inaugural AcademyAward for Best Animated Feature, with the screenplay gaining a nomination. And all this for the company's first in-house feature! a FracturedFairyTale about an ogre and a donkey! This not only made DreamWorks a powerful player in the animation feature industry, but made it possible for non-Disney studios to also compete in the field.
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* A RealLife example: the amount of success the first film received, with success at the box-office, Creator/EddieMurphy and the screenplay winning BAFTAs, becoming the first American animated film since Film/PeterPan to play in competition at Cannes and winning the inaugural AcademyAward for Best Animated Feature, with the screenplay gaining a nomination. And all this for the company's first in-house feature! This not only made DreamWorks a powerful player in the animation feature industry, but made it possible for non-Disney studios to also compete in the field.
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