Movie Review: KUNG FU PANDA 3

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Director:  Alessandro Carloni, Jennifer Yuh Nelson (as Jennifer Yuh)

Cast: Jack Black, Bryan Cranston, Dustin Hoffman, Angelina Jolie, J.K Simmons, Jackie Chan, Seth Rogen, Lucy Liu, David Cross, Randall Duk Kim

Kung Fu Panda finally sets foot in India after more than 2 months of its official release in America. Which well, we all used to by now. Now the scene begins with a grand battle and  the introduction of a new enemy, which was expected cause you can’t make a superhero movie without a supervillian. Not even an animated movie.

This time it’s an adversary of Master Oogway, Kai. Who has been trapped in the Spirit  Realm for the past 500 years. He’s back stronger than ever after being once defeated by Master Oogway. Simultaneously in the real world Po meets his dad, no not Ping the goose, but Li the Panda who is his actual dad. Yes, so he’s actually alive after all these years and someone survived Shen, the Peacock( enemy from the previous movie who was the cause to making the panda’s extinct, supposedly) These two now begin travelling to a secret panda village.

The directors have tried really hard to make things interesting and they have succeeded in a few places but gone overboard in others. If you’ve watched the other two parts you’ll like the movie lots more due to it’s countless references to the past movies, a lot of humour would also be missed if you haven’t been following the prequels. I did have really low expectations for this movie because I thought a part three was dragging it more than they should have to, but it wasn’t all that bad. Having said that, it did not suprise me much either or leave that “wow” factor which part one brought and two too in some ways.

The climax turned out to be really childish; you’re hit with the realization that you’re watching a movie made for 6 year old. However they were a few good moments to it, in small ways but worthy of being mentioned. The movie is as long as the prequels, 1 hour 35 minutes to be precise.

On to the big question now- Should you watch this movie? Well, It’s a yes if you are a Kung fu Panda fan and it’s something you can’t miss even though the other two parts in my opinion were better. As for me? I liked most parts of it, and ignored the times when things went skadoosh.

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