Ryan James Quinn’s review published on Letterboxd:
I ignore that this is a Dreamworks movie. For me, Dreamworks animation films are riddled with genital references (yeah, yeah "my tenders" is in here; but...) poor animation, terrible physics of the characters with a total disregard for how gravity actually works, and an obvious attempt to Franchise build in order to produce television content and toys.
This past summer I played a Kung Fu Panda arcade game at Dave and Busters. I know there is a Kung Fu Panda series (committing the series sin of recasting some of the voice talent). I'm sure there's toys. But this is such a fun movie. There are comedies that I laugh out loud with no matter how many times I see them (Happy Gilmore, Talladega Nights, Borat, Eddie Murphy Raw, Chris Rock Bring the Pain). I don't care how hypocritical it is, this movie joins that comedic pantheon. It's played maybe 300 times in my home since Aubrey was 2, but right from the start I always lose it with
The warrior said nothing, for his mouth was full. Then he swallowed...
...and then he spoke! "Enough talk, let's fight!"
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