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    Reality Perception: Perception is different for everyone, it 's based upon the viewer 's interpretation of what they are seeing. Using their sensory input and previous knowledge. In the film, Shrek is perceived as ugly, philosophers often wonder what defines someone or something as ugly. In the movie the citizens not only see Shrek’s appearance as ugly, but his mannerisms. He is dirty, rude and careless, the complete opposite of the ordinary villagers. Due to Shrek being seen this way it is understandable that this is how he would act. Throughout the film viewers begin to see the different sides of Shrek that the villagers would never imagine he could possibly have. In the villagers eyes Lord Farquaad is perceived to be the heroic prince.…

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    An Ogre named Shrek lives alone in his swamp until one day Lord Farquaad orders all of the fairytale characters living in Happily Ever After to move to the swamp. Shrek takes off with the talking Donkey who will become his best friend to find Lord Farquaad. In the meantime, Farquaad has to marry a princess in order to become a king. He chooses Princess Fiona that is locked in top of a castle. In order to get to Fiona he must get by the lava and a dragon. Farquaad makes a deal with Shrek that if…

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    Shrek

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    The musical started with intro with shrek all lonely and scary. Other fairy tales come in the scene so is lord farquaad and the fairy tale characters sing about their life. Shrek goes stands up for the characters and speaks to lord farquaad. Shrek finds the donkey and they team up. After Shrek finds Donkey there is a scene with lord farquaad and he cuts the ginger breads legs off and makes him tell lord Farquaad something. Then the magic mirror appears and they play a game show and he has to…

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    The whole time Princess Fiona was only complimenting Shrek. Shrek realizes that he has misunderstood and sets on another call to adventure by stopping the wedding before it is too late. Shrek is worried there might not be enough time. Luckily the donkey has made the dragon fall in love with him. Donkey calls the dragon where they ride toward the castle of Lord Farquaad. Shrek runs into the castle in time and interrupts the wedding. Princess Fiona and the Lord Farquaad stand there in shock. Shrek…

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    Shrek Hero Analysis

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    This is the scene where the hero is introduced in ordinary surroundings, in a mundane world, doing mundane things. At the moment Shrek is living a non-heroic life doing regular chores that identifies with the daily task that the audience goes through. One day Shrek’s swamp is invaded by numerous amounts of fairy tale creatures sent by Lord Farquaaad and all Shrek wants to do is be left alone in his swamp. This is when the something new enters the hero’s life. Shrek wanting to be alone again is…

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    He also added to his collection of said dead bodies when he murdered some loyal followers of the demiogre. The Proud did not replace them, undermining the power of the great ogre council. As remaining members of the ogre council clinged on to life, all fairy tale characters in the swamp feared The Proud 's wrath. The newly crowned Lord Farquaad met with the most powerful Mr. Ryans for a deep relationship conversation in the grove of the protector. One of the Mr. Ryans voiced opposition to The…

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    Princess Fiona was very disappointed to meet the Lord. He was not what she expected. A long, dark haired, short in height man was carried off his horse and sat on the ground by his guards. It was getting late and Princess Fiona needed loves first kiss soon to break her spell. She suggests an immediate wedding ceremony for the two. When the wedding started and everything was in motion a dragon interrupted with a love struck Shrek and his beloved friend Donkey. They came to save the princess from…

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    The whole movie is a spoof of fairytale stories and its characters. For example, when Shrek found Fiona in her room, he didn’t kiss her like a prince would in any other fairytale, instead, Shrek shook her awake. Also, Lord Farquaad’s need to marry a princess to become the King of Duloc makes no sense since he is already the ruler of the land. This mocks many of the classic stories found in fairytales where a prince must marry a princess to rule the land. Furthermore, at the end of the movie,…

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    who love and support you are innumerable. In both the case of Shrek and Fiona, there are instances in which there are clear examples of how this faerie story contains recovery, “a regaining of a clear view.” (1) Not only do the characters in the movie, in this secondary world, see things as they are meant to be, but so does the audience who is placed within this world of majesty and wonder. Consolation At this moment we are at the final minutes of the movie, Fiona had just reverted to her true…

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    Mother Teresa once said, “If you judge people, you have no time to love them.” This quote is relevant in the 2001 movie Shrek. The star of the movie, Shrek, is an ogre who falls in love with princess Fiona, while rescuing her from a castle protected by a dragon. Shrek has a deal with Lord Farquaad that if he can bring Fiona back to be the bride of Farquaad, he can get his swamp cleared of fairytale creatures. In the satirical Dreamwork production Shrek, William Steig utilizes the device bathos…

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