Kung Fu Panda 3 is a pretty big step back from the first two films as it loses its way at almost every turn.Read more "Kung Fu Panda 3"
Kung Fu Panda 2 is a heartfelt and action packed sequel that moves us deeper into the series’ mythology but seems to double down on stupid non-character based humor that pulls you out of the picture every time. The film picks up shortly after the first with Po and The Furious Five protecting the lands […]Read more "Review: Kung Fu Panda 2"
Little Fockers greatly improves over the abysmal second act of this trilogy, but while I was consistently chuckling along the way, the film lacks any innovation with little we haven’t seen before in the genre; or series. Greg and Pam Focker have had a set of twins and they are close to celebrating their latest […]Read more "Review: Little Fockers"
The latest addition to the DreamWorks Animation catalog is one of their best, coming not far behind Shrek as one of their best efforts yet. The film is about the training and ascension of a wannabe Kung Fu Master, Po, an overweight Panda that worships the Furious Five and the Masters of the Jade Temple […]Read more "Review: Kung Fu Panda"