This June sees Dreamworks' 'Shrek' achieve two decades of keeping us comforted that a grumpy green ogre was able to make friends with a wisecracking donkey.

This year marks many anniversaries (such as 'Bridesmaids' being 10 years old), but one movie that we're most excited to celebrate is an animation that's remained infamous all these years later. 'Shrek' is 20 years old this summer, the animation that saw Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, and Cameron Diaz play animation versions of an ogre, a donkey, and a supposed damsel-in-distress who turned out to also be an ogre (once she tound her true love's first kiss).

The Dreamworks movie spawned a franchise that resulted in the release of video games, comics, a musical, holiday specials, a spin-off movie, and three more movies in the main franchise. Hell, there's even a planned reboot in the pipeline. It goes without saying, people just love Shrek.

However, it seems not everyone is in this category. The Guardian journalist Scott Tobias published an article today which brands the original movie, among other things, as "a terrible movie. It’s not funny. It looks awful."

Clearly, someone is not a fan. Although some points mentioned in the article are true - the franchise failed to keep Dreamworks from selling itself years later - the fact is that many people would disagree with his view.

'Shrek' went on to win the first ever Academy Award for Best Animation movie; the Rotten Tomatoes score from both audiences and critics is between 88% - 90%; even the original Guardian review called 'Shrek' "a laugh a minute"; and still, to this day, the movie is just as quotable as it's ever been ("I like that boulder. That is a nice boulder").

Here's how Twitter users have been responding to the article being shared online.

What do you make of 'Shrek' turning 20 years old? And do you agree with the movie being "unfunny and overrated"?