The last character, I would like to touch on from the movie is Prince Charming whose name already tells many things about his character, and again is ridiculed and criticized in a way.
Murphy in particular has emerged as a star of the voice-over genre. Still, there do tend to be trends, and adults are likely to be responsive to them.
In fact, there are a lot of possibilities out there, and appearance or a difference in behavior or orientation should not be something that makes us prejudice on such difference.
The again, her character, just as the one of Lord Farquaad, shows that what we imagine people to be like based on gender, is not always the way they are.
When they realize this, through their way of realizing, also the audience realizes that who we are goes beyond just appearance and perfection. Sturken and Cartwright,p. The only things that I would have recommended to do differently, is the way in which the Ugly Stepsister and Prince Charming were portrayed because I felt that by portraying them in a funny way, it might have created a funny feeling in people, which reflects the way people might view transgender people and gays in society.
Two particular scenes of the film, firstly the scene where Fiona is rescued from the tower by Shrek and Donkey and secondly the final scene, where Shrek and Fiona get married, are going to be analysed in terms of genre and intertextuality, as they are some of the most significant scenes of the film that demonstrate prominently the ways in which the text applies the conventions of the fairy tale genre, however at the same time plays with them and mocks them through the references that it makes to other fairy tale films.