|Directed By:||Alessandro Carloni, Jennifer Yuh Nelson|
|Written By:||Jonathan Aibel, Glenn Berger|
Continuing his “legendary adventures of awesomeness”, Po must face two hugely epic, but different threats: one supernatural and the other a little closer to his home.
Fresh Reviews for “Kung Fu Panda 3”
I think the secret to the appeal of the entire Kung Fu Panda franchise is the enormous affection we feel for Po, that seemingly bumbling good guy who also can rise to the occasion and showcase true heroism and mystical power.
Another successful entry in this dependably smart and well-crafted franchise for kids.
Kids, especially those who enjoyed the previous Kung Fu Panda movies, will appreciate what the third movie has to offer.
The stunning visuals surpass the high standards set by its predecessors, but storywise, it breaks no new ground.
As Perfect as Black is for Po, Kung Fu Panda 3 is a pretty good indication that everything runs its course. Time to let the bear live on as another actor’s impression on Saturday morning TV.
As the year of the goat gives way to the year of the monkey, Kung Fu Panda 3 is a nice way to celebrate the calendar turning.
Absolutely the only thing wrong with Kung Fu Panda 3 is that it’s the third film in a series that is starting to show the inevitable signs of strain.
With a star-studded voice cast (Black in the lead, with Rogen and Cross on backup) there’s no shortage of humor. But the animation is the real standout in the film.
Like the first two, it’s stylishly pretty to look at, and the over-the-top fight scenes and visual humor (courtesy of directors Alessandro Carloni and Jennifer Yuh) are amusing.