“Having you in Po’s life doesn’t mean less for me, it means more for Po.”
What’s it about?
This time around, the Dragon Warrior has to deal with meeting his biological father and fighting off a Spirit Warrior with a fetish for collecting chi.
Who’s in it?
Jack Black, Angelina Jolie, Jackie Chan, Dustin Hoffman, J. K. Simmons, Seth Rogen and Walter White.
Why should I watch it?
+ Plot that feels part of the overall story, not just played by the ear
+ Villain has jokes and gets the Star-Lord treatment (Who?)
+ Plenty of references from the previous movies
+ Funny for the most part
+ Parents lie to protect their kids sometimes
+ Evolution of Po’s character
+ Colourful animation
+ Good set up for the climax of the movie
+ A lot of dramatic entrances
+ Makes you care more about pandas than the WWF
Why shouldn’t I watch it?
– So you’re telling me a bunch of pandas can hold off Kung Fu Masters?
– Okay, Okay. I get it, it’s a kids movie
Teaches you that it’s okay to be yourself and inspires people to be different. Not as good as first or the second but on a scale from Cars sequel to Toy Story sequels, it definitely leans more towards the Toy Story.
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