Connor Wilson’s review published on Letterboxd:
I really cant take Kai seriously, as everytime he appears on screen his Motif plays. And his Motif happens to be Imagine Dragons - I'm so sorry. Like dont ask me why, but I find it very funny.
Easily the most visually striking of the trilogy by far. The colour palette is incredibly vibrant and beautiful along with the fantastic composition. Sadly this film doesn't live up to its two predecessors and the great comedy of the originals has been a little diluted here with a much larger focus on the panda is fat jokes (this time referred to as panda asthma) along with jokes about appearances and a weird joke about a hugging panda that like appears every second scene.
Overall though its an okay entry to finish the trilogy, but suffers from a bit of mediocrity due to a boring villain, repitive theming and loss of its quality comedy writing.