16 Movies Like Shrek the Halls (2007)

During the time when Shrek is attempting to retell “A Visit from St. Nicholas (The Night Before Christmas),” Gingy, Donkey, and Puss in Boots all interrupt him and deliver a Christmas story of their own. Donkey reports that there will soon be floats in the swamp. At the very end, Donkey says that he licked a massive Santa figure that was fashioned out of waffles, but in actuality, he starts licking Shrek’s leg by mistake.

Puss begins to relate his version of the story of Santa Claus, but he ends up playing with the ball tip of his Santa hat, even though in actuality he is playing with one of the ornaments from the Christmas tree. Gingy’s narrative, on the other hand, is not a cheerful one; rather, it is a terrifying one in which he describes how his love Suzy was devoured by Santa Claus. Donkey, on the other hand, finds it hard to believe, especially when Gingy is shouting, “You weren’t THERE!!”

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1. Beauty and the Beast (1991)


Walt Disney Feature Animation and Walt Disney Pictures collaborated to produce the 1991 American animated musical romantic fantasy picture Beauty and the Beast. Walt Disney Pictures distributed the film. An enchantress condemned Prince Adam to beast shape because he was haughty. The only way he could escape the spell was to learn to love someone and earn her affection before his 21st birthday. Who could love an animal? Ten years later, when a lost inventor from a small hamlet seeks…

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2. Strange Magic (2015)


Rydstrom, David Berenbaum, and Irene Mecchi adapted George Lucas's Shakespeare-inspired narrative for the movie. A kingdom is split between fairies and light and bog monsters and darkness in the gloomy forest. Primrose blossoms, used in love potions, indicate the border. Marianne, the heir to the Fairy Kingdom throne, is betrothed to Roland, a gorgeous warrior, who breaks her heart on their wedding day by kissing another fairy. Marianne swears to never love again. Despite his mother Griselda's protestations, the Bog…

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3. Happily N'Ever After (2006)


The Wizard (George Carlin) ensures that all fairytales have a happy ending. He maintains a tight watch of all fairytales by peering at his mystical crystal ball and utilizing his magical staff. Munk and Mambo (Wallace Shawn and Andy Dick) are tasked with watching all fairy tales while he's away on holiday in Scotland. He also asks him to watch Cinderella (Sarah Michelle Gellar) because her narrative is now in progress. Her ugly step-sisters and nasty stepmother Frieda refuse to…

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4. Monsters University (2013)


Monsters University chronicles the story of James P. Sullivan and Mike Wazowski, the primary protagonists of Monsters, Inc. In order to make his goal come true, they must work together with Oozma Kappa members. Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal) tours Monsters University as a kid. Mike gets a senior's cap to become a monster. Mike subsequently joins Monsters University and receives a flyer for the Scare Games. Mike also befriends Randall (Steve Buscemi). James P. "Sully" Sullivan (John Goodman), from a…

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5. Rise of the Guardians (2012)


DreamWorks Animation is responsible for creating the 3D computer-animated action-fantasy movie Rise of the Guardians, which was released in 2012. When the evil spirit Pitch Black, also known as the Boogeyman, launches an attack, the Guardians, Santa Clause (North), the Toothfairy, the Easter Bunny, and the Sandman, must ask another new Guardian for assistance. This is because the Boogeyman is known to the children of the Earth. When they try to include Jack Frost, he stubbornly refuses, claiming that he…

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6. Mulan (1998)


Tony Bancroft and Barry Cook were responsible for the film's direction, while Rita Hsiao penned the script. Robert D. San Souci penned the story for the film. Mulan is her family's lone kid. When the Huns attack China, every man must fight. Mulan's father, who has an old wound and can't walk, vows to fight for his nation and family even knowing he won't live. Mulan, rejected by the matchmaker because she lit her on fire, sneaks away to join…

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7. Shrek the Musical (2013)


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8. Monsters, Inc. (2001)


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9. Finding Nemo


Finding Nemo is a 2003 American computer-animated adventure film. A clown fish named Marlin lives in the Great Barrier Reef and loses his kid, Nemo, after he travels into the open sea, despite his father's continuous warnings about many of the ocean's hazards. Nemo is grabbed by a boat, scooped up, and transported to a dentist's office in Sydney. While Marlin travels off to recapture Nemo, Marlin meets a fish named Dory, a blue tang suffering from short-term memory loss.…

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10. Red Shoes and the Seven Dwarfs (2019)


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11. Onward (2020)


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12. The Emperor's New Groove (2000)


Spade voices Emperor Kuzco, who is unintentionally turned into a llama by his ex-advisor Yzma (Kitt) and her sidekick Kronk (Warburton). In order for the emperor to transform back into a normal person, he asks the chief of the nearby village, Pacha (played by Goodman), to accompany him back to the palace before Yzma can find them and kill the emperor. The pompous and haughty Emperor Kuzco (David Spade) is busy in this Disney animated comedy. He plans to create…

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13. Shrek Forever After (2010)


It is the fourth feature in the Shrek film series and the sequel to the previous movie, Shrek the Third. Shrek struggles with the duties and burden of becoming a domesticated family man, pining for his alone and scared days. Rumpelstiltskin tricks him into signing a bad contract. Shrek (Mike Myers) is wary of doing the same thing every day with his three kids. He wishes he was a scary ogre again. After having an emotional outburst at the birthday…

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14. Shrek


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15. Shrek the Third (2007)


In the narrative, Prince Charming is preparing to depose Shrek and Fiona, who have inherited the kingdom upon King Harold's death. Because he doesn't want to be king, Shrek tries to persuade Artie, Fiona's underachieving 16-year-old cousin, to take his place. It's up to Shrek (Mike Myers), the new King of Far, Far Away, to manage the kingdom after Harold (John Cleese) unexpectedly "croaks." On the other hand, Shrek has doubts about his suitability for the position. The only answer…

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16. Shrek 2


An American computer-animated comedy from 2004, Shrek 2 is partially based on William Steig's 1990 picture book Shrek! The sequel to Shrek (2001) and the second film in the Shrek franchise are both directed by Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury, and Conrad Vernon. Shrek (Mike Myers) and Fiona (Cameron Diaz) are happily married and living in Shrek's swamp home, where the original Shrek movie left off. Donkey (Eddie Murphy) reappears, much to Shrek and Fiona's dismay. King Harold (John Cleese) and…

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