Kung Fu Panda 2 [REVIEW]

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With Wit, Reviewed By Kimmo Mustonenen

As much as the makers love it, just a two track for a successful film to hang on, so suspicious and critical viewers will see the movie, the sequels mostly.

No wonder even particularly that in Kung Fu Panda 2, the same rules as most sequels are, unfortunately: we get the story hardly new to see, but just old wine in new bottles (I like wine!) and other strip has the rather pale imitation.

What?

In animation, the sound then, unfortunately, do not hide the fact.

In 2008 came Kung Fu Panda from Dreamworks Animation forged in the cinema and told the very sympathetic story of a somewhat clumsy panda, which, while not Kung Fu fits so, but it is the chosen one.

We then experienced the development of soup dishwasher without self-awareness towards the greatest Kung Fu fighters that China has ever seen.

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Major theme in Kung Fu Panda 2 is the origin of the Po and the fact that it seems otherwise give pandas to none.  Despite this fact very appropriate points of contact to the first part of the writers do not make it real, and the creativity of its predecessor to bring back the flair.

Relying too much on the curiosity of the clumsy panda with big belly as a Kung Fu master and missed the chance to further develop the characters.

Overall, the story seems really nice to be heading past the very first part plagiarized.

Po must find itself again and again he has to recognize reality (what?) as it is through the area “fight” and often by luck and the Furious Five (NOT Fast and the Furious Five – different movie!) in general comes through only.

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The animation is, as in the first part, great looking and very creative, for example, when it comes to the memories of Po.  But landscapes to convince also know the care and variety.

Overall, should Kung Fu Panda 2 put up with criticism that is actually the same story told again in modified form?

During the first part by innovation of a Kung Fu fighting panda was able to score even more so this time it looks rather bleak when the creativity of the story is about.

How can you know otherwise?

If you think about this weakness but can ignore about it and just the only good animated pictures happy, then you may well have his fun.

For children it should be noted that especially in the dialogues of the original version to more severe sentences is that the synchronization could be defused yet again.

Otherwise, the rub is just for families but to recommend it because the children can enjoy the various animals on.  And they will.

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Comments

  1. Fred Thomas Fred on May 27, 2011 at 6:54 pm said:

    It was awesome – no thanks to you Kimmo. I’m not sure if you liked it or hated it.

  2. Well mcaadaima nuts, how about that.

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