Kung Fu Panda 3

2016

Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

293
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 86%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 81%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 100160

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

Reviewed by darkmage-87682 10 / 10

oh boooooooooooooyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

This was a awesome movie to watch i watch about 4 times it has good action in the movie PO has learn many things through out the movie and it was a great experienced for him also he goes through a difficult journey also he learns how to harness he new technique to fight a new mysterious foe in the movie also he meets new friends overall this was a great movie to watch

Reviewed by Animated Antic 9 / 10

A very epic and satisfying conclusion.

There are two animation studios out there that know how to make their sequels better than the original movie. The first one is notably Pixar and the second in my opinion is DreamWorks. Most of the sequels they have done in their franchises notable their second movies have stunned me by how they improved upon their predecessors. "Kung Fu Panda" was no exception. The second film not only stepped up the comedy and action, but really succeeded in its drama. So when they announced a third movie, I was both eagerly excited and yet very nervous due to having bad memories of "Shrek the Third." I went in the feeling the same and left very satisfied. "Kung Fu Panda 3" is easily the best out of the franchise as it does contain all of the elements that made the second film fantastic and builds to make a very satisfying conclusion to the series.

The dragon warrior Po (Jack Black) has been given his final lesson by Mater Shifu (Dustin Hoffman) in this case learning the art of Chi so then he can take on his role as teacher of the Furious Five (Angelina Jolie, Lucy Liu, Jackie Chan, David Cross and Seth Rogan respectively). He realizes very quickly though that he is not a good teacher and tries to set out how he can find himself. During all the hubbub though, his biological father Li Shan (Bryan Cranston) finally reunites with his son and tells him of a secret panda village high above the mountains, much to the jealousy of Po's adopted father, Mr. Ping (James Hong). However, an evil yak from the spirit world named Kai (J.K. Simmons) returns to the mortal world and is out to destroy everything his former friend Master Oogway (Randall Duk Kim) had accomplished, notably taking away the Chi of the kung fu warriors he trained and turning them into jade zombies. Knowing he's near, Po must find out how to learn the art of Chi from the pandas and defeat Kai before all the warriors are captured.

The story is certainly the best element of the film. It once again steps up the comedy, and drama of the second film (even showing us the saddest scene again) but what the film really stepped up is the action. Oh wow, is the action suspenseful. This was easily what the films were building up to. The battles in this film are just epic. They keep you on the edge of your seat and make you worried about the characters, though they still throw in some comedy to keep the laughs coming. The climatic battle at the end, which I dare not spoil, is honestly one of the best action scenes put in animated film ever. The animation is yet again beautiful. Director Jennifer Yuh Nelson succeeds once again at blending elements of 2D and 3D animation together perfectly and also creating some beautiful backgrounds. The spirit world in particular was just eye popping. I loved how the colors in the background looked. As for the characters, there once again great particularly the new ones. I really like Li Shan and the other pandas in the village. But by far, the character that really succeeded was Kai. What a fantastic villain! I never thought that he would be able to top Gary Oldman's devious character of Lord Shen but wow, J.K. Simmons knocked this character right out of the park. He's such a devious jerk of a villain yet he still has some comedy to him. He actually did have a very funny line during the final battle that really made me laugh. It's exactly what I expect. 

"Kung Fu Panda 3" is yet another example of a great sequel with a fantastic story, beautiful animation and really good characters. This is a really good sequel. I'm pretty sure that DreamWorks will probably stop the series here because I seriously don't know how they will be able to top this. It's just a great sequel and certainly one I'll really remember.

Reviewed by Tou Jerry Lee 9 / 10

Monkey Voice Actor

Jackie Chan was the voice actor for this movie but for some reason, his voice sound different from other kung fu panda movie. The voice actor from this movie sound almost like from the TV series by James Sie. The fight scene voice sound like jackie chan but other parts doesn't sound like it. Other parts sound like James Sie or other Asian voice actor.

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