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With top notch writing, a fun and unique tone, and humor that never stops to impress, Tucker and Dale vs. Evil is a very fun, energetic, gore-filled ride.
With it's incredible use of silence, and select sounds, as well as a very well grounded cast, A Quiet Place is able to succeed in any and all regards.
Although the story itself is nothing to write home about, Shrek Forever After is able to recover the series from it's slope downward with it's better humor, animation, and extremely entertaining villain.
While it's no where near the worst sequel out there, Shrek the Third suffers primarily from it's over reliance on pop-culture references, toilet humor, poorly written characters, and a villain that was never really meant to work on his own.
While it's not the most original film, Shrek 2 is able to stand well enough on it's own because of the cast, smart writing, and more interesting/effective villains.