Discussion in 'Movies and Television' started by iwasherenotyou, Mar 4, 2011.
‘Kung Fu Panda 2′ Trailer #2 Gets Epic - Screen Rant
Epic AND hilarious!
Though is it...epically hilarious? Or...hilariously epic?
Either way, can't wait!
"My old enemey.... stairs..."
Hilarious! Absolutely hilarious! Can't wait!
This actually looks good.
Anyone watched this yet? Gonna watch it this Sunday afternoon with my buddies.
Reviews so far have been favorable.
i want to see it, loved the first one, jack black is always a favorite
Loved the first one! Hope to see this one soon.
The only question I have, is WHAT THE HELL IS THE FREAKING MAIN PLOT?! I've read that some villain in the movie has come up with a way to destroy Kung-Fu, and then I see a trailer that has Po going to find out where there might be other pandas. Which one is the main plot and which one is just a secondary one that will probably just tie into the main plot in some way.
There's a peacock with a knife.
I think I may see it for that
I'm gonna see it for Van Damme as Master Croc
Definitely thinking out of the box on what the villain is. The last thing people would imagine would be an evil peacock.
New reason to go see it. I'm probably gonna check it out today ^^
I do indeed like the choice of villain. I hope the panda subplot isn't actually the main story.
It better not be, it would just seem like a lousy/lazy idea that they could have been used in a Kung Fu Panda TV Series if they ever decide to do that.
I wish the ending was omitted. Otherwise good movie.
Eh. The ending was fine.
The movie itself was alright ^^
I just saw that movie.
All I have to say is compared to the first movie and the Christmas special, Jackie Chan finally has more lines in the second movie. Because in the first movie he only had short lines like, "He's too Fast", "Or even See his toes" or "Po?". While the second movie he actually has full sentences like, "I'll keep a watch out, I've been practising crane sound, Kaa kaa."
I would say my favorite parts were either:
1) Mr Ping (Po's goose father) has a photo of him giving Po a piggy back ride.
2) Po trys to break Master Ox and Master Croc out, but they try to get back in the cage.
3) The Furious Five throw barrels of lighted Gun powder in the workshop of wolves, Monkey says "Ha, No Take Backs", But when they saw Po in the workshop fighting with Shen Monkey says, "Aaaahhhh, Take Back, Take Back."
So this movie teaches us a lesson.
The moral of the story is...
Save The Pandas!!!!
Saw it today with my wife and we both thought it was great. Just like KFP1 it proves it's possible to have a CG kids movie that isn't chock full of pop-culture-referencing one liners. Also that you don't have to have a big ******ed song and dance number at the end.
The fighting is really great in these films, even if it is done by a bunch of animals.
Oh, and I want a figure of Master Crock NOW.
Was impressed to the point that it was entertaining and had a pretty deep story intertwined with Po's past. Plus the peacock fighting was very reminiscent of Chinese women dancers from that supposed time piece. Very nice job on the modelers and choreographers (yes, choreographers for modeling ) on that one.
And the animated scenes were top, top notch.
Saw it over the weekends with my buddies. With plenty of hearty moments coupled with some powerful moments, this movie certainly delivered on all the goods.
Though I think they might be overdoing it with the celebrity voice overs...
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