DreamWorks 10-Movie Collection - Andrew Adamson [DVD]

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Collection of ten Dreamworks children's animations. 'Shrek' (2001) follows a reclusive ogre living in a swamp on the edges of a fairytale kingdom. The vain yet diminutive ruler of the land, Prince Fahrquaad (voice of John Lithgow), decides to streamline his kingdom by getting rid of all the fairy tale characters who promptly decamp to live in Shrek (Mike Myers)'s swamp. Faced with these unwanted tenants Shrek strikes a deal with the Prince, promising to find and return with Princess Fiona (Cameron Diaz): marriage to whom will finally confer on the Prince his kingly status. In return the Prince promises to evict the various characters living on Shrek's land. Shrek's task is further irritated by the unwanted company of a tirelessly wise-cracking Donkey (Eddie Murphy), and while their adventure bears all the hallmarks of a classic fairy tale, nothing turns out quite like they expect. 'Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron' (2001) follows the adventures of a stallion named Spirit (Matt Damon) during the days of the Old West. Born into the wild, Spirit is one day captured and detained at a US cavalry base, where he refuses a soldier's attempts to break him. Joining with an imprisoned Red Indian brave called Little Creek (Daniel Studi), Spirit soon escapes the camp and goes to stay with his new friend's people. But when he is later recaptured and forced to work on the railroad, Spirit realises that his land and his family are in grave danger. In 'Madagascar' (2005), a group of pampered Central Park Zoo animals find themselves transported to the wild, and find that their easy life in captivity hasn't prepared them in the slightest for the real world. Alex the Lion (Ben Stiller), Marty the Zebra (Chris Rock), Gloria the Hippo (Jada Pinkett Smith) and Melman the Giraffe (David Schwimmer) are star attractions at the Central Park Zoo in New York. When they find themselves mixed up in an attempted zoo-break by the cunning penguins, the keepers decide that the animals are restless and return them to the wild. On the island of Madagascar, the animals are having a hard time adjusting, but when they meet eccentric King Julien (Sacha Baron Cohen), they start to find life a bit easier, even if Alex the Lion is gradually reverting to his more primal instincts. 'Kung Fu Panda' (2008) follows a panda named Po (Jack Black) who works in his father's noodle restaurant. Po's father (James Hong) wants him to take over the restaurant one day, but Po really wants to learn kung fu. The problem is, with his weight and size - and his clumsiness - Po doesn't seem cut out for kung fu. But then, by accident, he is thrown into the world of the great martial artist, Master Oogway (Randall Duk Kim), who believes that Po is the legendary Dragon Warrior. According to Oogway's vision, the Dragon Warrior will save the Valley of Peace from the evil snow leopard, Tai Lung (Ian McShane). The man given the task of training Po is Master Shifu (Dustin Hoffman), who cannot believe that Po is really the Dragon Warrior as he has already trained the Furious Five, and believes that one of them is the Dragon Warrior. So, Po must try to convince Shifu and the jealous Furious Five - and himself - that he really is the greatest kung fu master in the valley. In 'How to Train Your Dragon' (2010), teenage Viking Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) lives on the windswept island of Berk, where his father Stoic the Vast (Gerard Butler) is the tribe's feared chief, and fighting dragons is part of every young warrior's training. But Hiccup's destiny of becoming a prized dragon fighter takes an unexpected diversion when he saves and befriends an injured dragon, Toothless. Hiccup now embarks on a mission of his own to convince his tribe to abandon its barbaric tradition of ruthless dragon-slaying and try out some new methods. In 'The Croods' (2013), a prehistoric family embark on a journey of discovery. Content to stay within the confines of their stone-age cave, Grug (Nicholas Cage), his wife Ugga (Catherine Keener), daughter Eep (Emma Stone), son Thunk (Clark Duke), and mother-in-law Gran (Cloris Leachman) soon find themselves homeless when a seismic upheaval literally brings the roof down. As they venture out into a wondrous, unknown world in search of a new home, the family soon team up with a nomadic caveboy called Guy (Ryan Reynolds), who offers his own unique take on the challenges ahead. In 'Home' (2014), when the alien race known as the Boov, headed up by Captain Smek (Steve Martin), decides to invade Earth and make it their new home after their enemies declare war upon their planet, they set about evicting and rehousing the entire human race. One human, a young girl called Tip (Rihanna) manages to avoid being captured and goes on the run where she meets young Oh (Jim Parsons), a Boov who has been banished by his people after he accidentally told their enemies where they were. As Tip and Oh become friends they decide the best plan of action is to work together. In 'Trolls' (2016) Branch (Justin Timberlake) is a grumpy, paranoid loner who is quite content living on his own, away from the ridiculously happy population of Troll Village. When the village is invaded by troll-eating Bergens, the overly optimistic and annoyingly chirpy troll leader Poppy (Anna Kendrick) comes to Branch for help. As the unlikely pair go on a journey to rescue their kidnapped friends, they both find themselves realising what they have been missing. In 'The Boss Baby' (2017), when his parents return home from the hospital, Tim Templeton (Miles Bakshi) is less than pleased to find that they have brought with them his new baby brother (Alec Baldwin). When Tim discovers that the baby can not only talk but is also the head of a secret organisation of babies plotting to escape their mundane lives, Tim himself tries to escape in order to tell his parents and reclaim their affection. When the baby uncovers a plot by the CEO of Puppy Co. however, Tim puts his truth-telling on hold to help save the world from the evil Francis E. Francis (Steve Buscemi). Finally, 'Abominable' (2019) follows the adventures of a young girl named Yi (Chloe Bennet) and her Yeti friend, Everest. One day, while daydreaming about travelling the world, she is shocked to discover a Yeti living on the rooftop of an apartment building. Yi names the Yeti Everest, and the two soon become friends. However, Everest is on the run from an extremely rich collector named Burnish (Eddie Izzard) who wishes to capture him and move him far away from his family in the Himalayas. Assisted by Yi, Everest manages to make it back home and along the way the pair discover each other's magical abilities.

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