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SHREK 2 (2004)

SHREK 2 <span>(2004)</span> artwork

SHREK 2 (2004)

Type Feature

Approx. Running minutes 91

Release dates 06/12/2010, 02/11/2004, 25/06/2004

Ratings Info Contains very mild language and comic fight scenes

Genre(s) Comedy, Animation, Fantasy

Director(s) Andrew Adamson,Kelly Asbury,Conrad Vernon

Cast includes Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, Cameron Diaz, Julie Andrews, Antonio Banderas, John Cleese, Rupert Everett, Mike Myers (voice), Eddie Murphy (voice), Cameron Diaz (voice), John Cleese (voice), Julie Andrews (voice), Antonio Banderas (voice), Rupert Everett (voice), Jonathan Ross (voice), Jennifer Saunders (voice), Conrad Vernon (voice), Larry King (voice)

Cut All known versions of this work passed uncut.

  • Suitable for all iconU

Ratings info

Ratings info publication date 04/03/2013

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

SHREK 2 is the 2004 sequel to the animated comedy adventure. Following on from the previous instalment, Shrek and Princess Fiona have married. However, the King is not happy about this and decides to find a way to get rid of Shrek.


Bad language includes comic uses of 'ass' and 'bloody'.


There are some comic fight scenes, which are slapstick in nature. There is no sight of injury detail and no characters are actually harmed.

The film also includes some moments of mild innuendo, which are likely to go over the heads of young children. For example, at one point the Big Bad Wolf looks at a magazine called 'Pork Illustrated' featuring a pig in a bikini on the cover. At other points in the film, there is some humour made out of cross dressing. There is also some mild rude humour, including the sound of breaking wind and belching.


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Paramount Home Entertainment (UK),Universal Pictures (UK) Ltd,U.I.P. (UK),Paramount Pictures UK,Front Row TV Ltd
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Note to parents
Some versions of this film are displayed in the 3D or IMAX format and some younger children may find them a more intense experience

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