Kung Fu Panda 3


Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 86%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 81%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 96722


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Angelina Jolie as Tigress
Seth Rogen as Mantis
Kate Hudson as Mei Mei
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23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Semisonic 6 / 10

From complexity to oversimplification: the journey is complete

As a certain character once said, a James Bond movie is only as good as the villain. The same rule actually applies to just about any story with some kind of confrontation, with the best of such stories having villains which you even want to relate to.

Kung Fu Panda trilogy is no exception. One of the reasons behind the first film's excellence was Tai Lung, a character so intense, conflicted and deeply rooted in the history of the KFP universe, that his story managed to combine the vibes of two great confrontations: Obi-Wan vs Darth Vader and Darth Vader vs Luke. So it's no wonder that my greatest wish for every next KFP movie was to have him back somehow. Those vain hopes...

The villain's complexity became the foundation on which the rest of the story could develop. Including the main character. First film's Po was so great because he was a classic "loser with a dream" type of character: confined in his bleak reality but refusing to accept his destiny. Po's power was in finally letting himself pursue the dream he's been having on his own for so long, and in how a true dream can overcome any obstacle in its way.

The problems began when Po was raised to the supreme position. It's where the pursuit of a dream was replaced with a job. Po is not a leader, he's not even a hero, he's just a guy who does what he can because his heart tells him so. But letting him keep that spirit would mean losing pace for the franchise. So each next film was basically creating a new villain out of thin air (or, in this film's case, from the other world, literally) and imposing the duty of defeating him on Po, using it as a justification for granting him another magic ability.

The gods are what we create ourselves. And, at the end of the day, KFP3 finished creating a cult of the Dragon Warrior by transforming Po from a goofus with a heart and spirit into some kind of omnipotent golden Buddha, smiling and just-be-yourself-preaching. The complexity is gone, the humanity, with all its inherent flaws, is gone. The only thing that's left is the divine perfection and invulnerability. Maybe the kids will love such glossy happy ending, just like they love playing video games in god mode: easy win, plain and simple. But for someone more mature, that kind of easy is just boring.

Reviewed by Anish D 6 / 10

Overall unsatisfying.

The third chapter of the Kung Fu Panda series suffers from the same problem as its predecessor - They borrow from the first movie.But when its done once,its acceptable.But it has been done again.And this time,it seems that no effort has been made to end the movie.Like,if a person takes a hundred years to master chi,how is it that all the pandas mastered it in a moment? There is an answer to this question,but an unsatisfying one.Bryan Cranston is given little to do as Po's long-lost father.If there is one thing good about this,its the visuals.The animation is top notch and there are some scenes that are best to watch in 3D.Also Mei Mei,the flirtatious ribbon dancer,fares better than the others.Overall,quite an underwhelming third installment in a really good movie series,but I hope that the 3 more sequels coming toward us be better than this.

Reviewed by beandip57 10 / 10


So being a huge fan of Kung Fu Panda, I may be a little biased, but Kung Fu Panda 3 delivers!!! I was so excited to the see the movie as I think this story line has some aspects of awesomeness!!! Jack Black leads and all star cast of actors that bring not only great animation, but also solid entertainment from start to finish.

I went with my girl, who had to fight back the tears through parts of the movie, especially the end. Yes it was moving and had a great message. Family and knowledge are just some of the major points Kung Fu Panda focuses on.

But enough of the parent stuff, Kids will love it, so many little voices throughout the theater busted out in their joyous cute laughs, along with their parents. It has so much fun for children they will not be disappointed.

But for adults, lets say us men will love the action and some cool above normal animation which happen all over the movie to keep some of us action junkies enthralled. And women will love the messages of love, family and self-worth with some beautiful scenes of colors and imagination. Not to say I didn't enjoy all aspects of the movie.

As far as a trilogy goes, Kung Fu Panda, at least for me and my girl was as good if not better than its predecessors. Which to me was not easy to beat.

Jack Black brings to life a lovable, clumsy, hungry, Kung Fu Panda that anyone can relate to or enjoy. Kung Fu Panda 3 is a true treat on many levels and great for any family, date or lover of animation.

enjoy it!!! Skadooooshhh!!!

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