A Review Of The Movie Kung Fu Panda

kung fu panda movie posterKung Fu Panda is an animated film about a Panda who loves Kung Fu, where he finds himself having to learn it and save his community from his Master’s nemesis.

I recommend it for kids and adults. The story is simple but engaging, with laugh-out-loud moments. The action scenes are incredible: intense, fast, and fun – it could make you dizzy. The animation is well done.

I took my saven year old daughter (Caitlyn) to see the movie. She laughed out loud at parts, as I did (although different parts). she wasn’t scared during the intense, dark scenes, although I did hear some kids crying during the movie.

I wasn’t aware of the voice actors before I saw it, but the voices seemed familiar during the film, although they weren’t distracting. Only when I saw the credits did I associate the voices with the actors.

Caitlyn and I recommended it.

UPDATE (Dec. 25/08 by Phillip):

I saw Kung-Fu Panda last night and I regret not seeing it while it was still in theatres. It’s easily the most entertaining animated movie I’ve seen in 2008. Jody said something like this about it: “Kung-Fu Panda is an animated film about a panda who loves Kung-Fu and has to learn it in a hurry to save his village from his master’s nemesis. I recommend it for kids and adults. The story is simple but engaging, with plenty of laugh-out-loud moments. The action scenes are incredible, intense, fast, and fun — it could make you dizzy. The animation is well done. I took my seven-year-old daughter who laughed out loud at parts, as I did (although different parts). She wasn’t scared during the intense, dark scenes. We both recommended it.”

3 Replies to “A Review Of The Movie Kung Fu Panda”

  1. We took 3 kids (10, 7, 7) to see this in IMAX. We all loved it and clapped madly at the end. Aside from being funny, it is beeeeeyoutiful to look at. Kinda like “Crouching Tiger, Sitting Duck”…but for kids.

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