Hardly a scene goes by that isn't visually striking or kinetically thrilling, and all of it enhanced by 3-D. show more
Director Jennifer Yuh Nelson, who oversaw the elegant title sequences from the first film, likewise gives Kung Fu Panda 2's series of flashbacks a different look, harking back to Chinese shadow puppetry and delicate watercolors. With its mix of vibrant CG and classical elements, the movie dazzles. show more
It all moves along briskly, with a degree of visual grace and a solid feel for 3D. show more
A wonder like no other.
I was kept bored and didn't really enjoy it. I mean I liked it, just the story, enemys and everything wasn't as good as the first and it's pretty obvious we get Po's character but I think it could be made better for sure.
well to tell you the truth I was not quite sure how mutch I would enjoy this movie when my siblings first desided to see this movie because I hated the first kung fu panda but all my worries were put to rest on the day that we actualy got around to waatching the movie because they loved it and even I loved it this time around so if you have not seen it already I say see it today