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Shrek - Donkey Slip-Up
Watch the scene where Shrek and Donkey return to the swamp after Fiona leaves to go with Farquad to his castle. Donkey is building a wall with sticks and logs and Shrek gets angry at Donkey and starts pulling out some of the sticks. You will notice that Donkey tries to get it back by biting down on it. In the next scene no less then a second later you see that Donkey has the stick on his forehead.
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Duo God of Death on 06-18-2001
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Aquila writes:
Look again. Donkey did not take the log Shrek was moving into his mouth at all. When Shrek picked up the second log, Donkey lunged forward and stopped the log with his forehead.
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Brian writes:
Actually I've always thought he grabbed the stick with his mouth too... just figured I was seeing it weird cause it's an animated movie, why would they do something like that when it's all set out exactly how it's going to happen beforehand?
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hollee writes:
Some people are so rude, this person simply saw something they didnt think was quite right. and i agree i too saw donkey bite the stickj not that it matters. but no one who comes to this site has a right to critisise other peoples thoughts on movies.
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Duo God of Death writes:
Blah, I noticed this when I watched the movie a few more times. Just the first 2 times (same theatre and film reel I guess) I saw the movie there was a skip in one of the frames or something that looked like a slip-up to me. Either that or I just tryed to get a slip-up in a recent movie. My bad this time guys!
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JuddMan! writes:
How can you really have 'slip-ups' in an animated movie? particularly this one was useless, cause to change the angle, they wouldnt have had to move the characters at all, so why would they have bothered to? something like that would be so obvious, but you must either be half blind, or hallucinating to see him bite the stick
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