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What are DreamWorks most famous movies?

DreamWorks Animation has been a key rival in the animated film industry since its inception on October 12, 1994, earning a reputation for itself by focusing on more original content while its main opponent, Walt Disney Animated Studios, focuses mainly on adapted content. DreamWorks Animation has produced 39 animated pictures in the 26 years since its establishment, making over $15 billion at the international box office.

1.      Shrek 2 ($441 million): Shrek goes to meet Fiona’s parents on May 19, 2004, only to run into a series of conspiracies against his marriage.

2.      Shrek The Third ($322 million): Shrek attempts to install a teenager as king of the realm of Far, Far Away on May 18, 2007, while Fiona unravels Prince Charming’s machinations.

3.      Shrek ($267 million): A grumpy ogre must rescue a princess in order to reclaim control of his swamp in this film released on May 16, 2001.

4.      Shrek Forever After ($238 million): Shrek is fooled by Rumplestiltskin into being erased from existence, resulting in an undesirable other reality, which was released on May 21, 2010.

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5.      How To Train Your Dragon ($217 million): A young Viking suddenly meets a dragon, testing everything he’s learned from his dragon hunting lineage, in this film released on March 26, 2010.

6.      Madagascar 3 ($216 million): The Madagascar gang continues their adventure to return to New York by joining a European circus, which was released on June 8, 2012.

7.      Kung Fu Panda ($215 million): Po must master the ancient skill of Kung Fu to save China from the villainous Tai Lung after being suddenly chosen as The Dragon Warrior on June 6, 2008.

8.      Monsters Vs. Alien ($198 million): Susan joins a group of misfit monsters to save the Earth from an alien mastermind after an accident transforms her into a gigantic.

9.      Madagascar ($193 million): In this film, released on May 27, 2005, a group of animals from the New York Zoo struggle to acclimate after being stranded in the jungles of Madagascar.

10.   The Croods ($187 million): A family of cavemen meets a genius who utilizes the power of innovation to help them find a new home in this film released on March 22, 1013.

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