This is the first movie in a while I'd like to see again. I found a big improvement was that they toned down all the things that made the first movie irritating: over-the-top Jack Black antics, overused slow-mo effects, and dialogue silliness. And there is also great character development as well. The story still has a heart and some scenes can almost move you to tears. Oleh Dunia21 Synopsis In the Valley of Peace, Po Ping is revelling in his fulfilled dreams as he serves as the fabled Dragon Warrior protecting his home with his heroes now his closest friends. As the Furious Five embark to destroy the weapon, Po begins to realize that Shen may be linked to his lost childhood past as a panda bear. However, this sequel is beyond awesome, as my granddaughter would say.
It stars Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, Jackie Chan. I like it how they improved the editing. Fast Moving Action that it's fun to see it even if it's in 2D. The film's content : Po and his friends fight to stop a peacock villain from conquering China with a deadly new weapon, but first the Dragon Warrior must come to terms with his past. Po is a Sweet but clumsy, bear who hears the news the ancient and long awaited dragon warrior will be named, so he runs as much as he can to hear who will be named at the celebration. Also, the story was pretty clear and easy to follow because the storytelling was well crafted, and the animation was paired well with characters brought vividly to life by some of the most famous names in Hollywood.
This movie has oodles of it. He has 75% of the lines in the script and that is not a bad thing. I took my 6 year old daughter, who has the attention span of a 6 year old, and she wants to see it again. Magnificent flash animation in the intro, flashbacks, and the dream sequence. It's clear that Dreamworks has gotten back in the animation game with Kung Fu Panda, after slight ho-hums in Shrek 3 and Bee Movie call me crazy, but I liked Over The Hedge more than those two.
We were totally laughing, smiling, and guffawing at Po, the main protagonist voiced by Jack Black and his misadventures at becoming a Kung Fu expert. There is a teaser at the end that seems to predict a third movie. As entertaining and well-choreographed as it was, it didn't pass my bar for mediocre DreamWorks animated movies. Lord Shen, an albino peacock banished by his parents many years ago, has returned with a technology capable of ending kung fu and conquering China. Best line: Oogway regarding yesterday, tomorrow and today. However, the peaceful air is soon disturbed by a pack of wolf soldiers and an action fight sequence soon starts that puts most action movies to shame. It also has a darker tone, which may have been helped along by executive producer Guillermo del Toro.
Can he turn his dreams of becoming a Kung Fu master into reality? To be honest, this could be the best movie of the summer so far. One hilarious moment after another continues until Shifu recognizes Po's true driving force. I was almost dreading seeing this movie - we won tickets to the screener and from the first scene I found myself laughing out loud. The first movie was a fun kids movie that had a lot of catchy one liner phrases, a few kick butt actions scenes, a lot of situational comedy, and a story that was about working hard and finding your inner strength. The 3D was also showcased quite well, enhancing most of the visuals throughout the movie without being a headache. Overall, this film was excellent. Whether it be fast flying punches, sad flashbacks, or the findings of inner peace and the acceptance of the past the music catches all of these emotions in a brilliant combination of strings, percussions, and other orchestra instruments to make you feel like you are in the movie.
Well, I'm happy to say it's Toy Story 2 kind of animated sequel - a genuine good movie that takes risks and succeeds rather than rehashing the first movie. The camera work is smooth and not really jumpy and allows one to see what's going in almost every scene. Even in serious scenes it suddenly has humor. For more information, go to the. Jack Black and Dustin Hoffman are downright excellent as the main characters, and Ian McShane as the bad dude gave it the right fearful presence. I hope that you enjoy this movie as much I did.
His flawed character, Po the Panda is very refreshing. Not long after the introduction, Po and the gang come back into the picture before Po is called to Master Shifu Dustin Hoffman to learn about finding inner peace. Over the course of the journey, Po provides that classic comedy that made him famous in the first film as he uses phrases like awesome, so hardcore, and freaking in providing that awkward and childish enthusiasm that makes him stand out. That's not to say Kung Fu Panda 2 doesn't have humor; actually, it has exactly the right amount at the right time. Besides Po, Shifu and Oogway, the rest of the cast seemed pretty 'phoned-in'. Just like Shrek 2, this was everything a sequel should be.
Snap zooms, slow-motion, and flying cameras are also used with great skill to further the experience. Is this sequel following the same path that the last Shrek films took, or does it shine on its own? Po is as you know is a panda bear and the film's unlikely hero: as the bigger than life and completely lovable bear voiced by the comic genius Jack Black. Pay-Per-View videos will become available to watch once the event starts, will be available for replay for 24 hours following the event, and are not available for download. The trailer makes us dubious but this is Dreamworks. However, Po and company learn that the murderous Lord Shen of Gongman City is threatening the land with a fearsome new weapon that could mean the end of kung fu. But Po longs to be a ninja fighter.
However, Po is now the tragic hero in a Greek style prophecy which foretells of a warrior in black and white who would defeat a certain Lord Shen who has invented a new weapon that could spell the end of kung-fu. The integration of action and chase scenes keeps the pace of the movie going while also keeping the attention of the audience glued to the screen, a plus for those that have a hard time sitting through a movie. . This is Jack Black's movie. In fact, I consider it to be the best DreamWorks movie since Shrek.