Kung fu panda blu

     
Overview - Kung Fu Pandomain authority features Po the Pandomain authority, a lowly waiter in a noodle restaurant, who is a kung fu fanatic but whose shape doesn"t exactly lkết thúc itself to lớn kung fu fighting. That"s a problem because powerful enemies are at the gates, & all hopes have sầu been pinned on a prophesy naming Po as the "Chosen One" to lớn save the day. A group of martial arts masters are going lớn need a blachồng belt in patience if they are going to turn this slacker pandomain authority into a kung fu fighter before it"s too late.

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I’ve become intimately acquainted with a uninspired collection of barnyard animals over the years, a young adventurer who subtly perpetuates offensive sầu stereotypes, & an unbelievably irritating sponge (with square pants, mind you) who apparently has no intention of teaching children anything of value. As my son has introduced me khổng lồ the lachạy thử wave sầu of preschool entertainment, I’ve come khổng lồ one conclusion: kids have terrible taste. Thankfully, animation studtiện ích ios continue khổng lồ deliver well-written, beautifully rendered family flicks lượt thích ‘Kung Fu Panda’ that appeal khổng lồ kids & adults alượt thích.

"Kung Fu Panda" tells the tale of Po (voiced by Jaông chồng Black), an overweight pandomain authority learning the ropes of his family’s noodle business from his father, a goose named Mr. Ping (James Hong). Even though Po doesn’t realize he’s adopted, he holds onkhổng lồ hope that his path will lead hyên ổn lớn greater things than tending khổng lồ his father’s customers. Rushing to see several iconic kung fu fighters, the clumsy panda inadvertently causes a wise sage named Master Oogway (Randall Duk Kim) khổng lồ identify Po as the legendary Dragon Warrior. Unfortunately for Po, Oogway’s right hvà, Master Shifu (Dustin Hoffman), has trouble accepting such a bizarre declaration. Tasked with training the tubby bear, Shifu hopes that his more talented students -- Tigress (Angelina Jolie), Monkey (Jackie Chan), Viper (Lucy Liu), Mantis (Seth Rogen), and Crane (David Cross) -- will intimidate Po & force hlặng to lớn quit. However, when a bitter criminal named Tai Lung (a scene-chewing Ian McShane) escapes from a fortified prison and plots his revenge on Shifu, it’s up khổng lồ the chubby pandomain authority khổng lồ save sầu the day.

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Going into ‘Kung Fu Pandomain authority,’ I had three pressing questions on my mind: will it appeal to my son, will it entertain me, và will its animated kung fu sequences amount to little more than window dressing or will they genuinely enhance the film? I was pleased to lớn find a positive answer lớn all three. My son was an uncontrollable ball of joy, hopping around his seat as if all the sugar in the world had settled into lớn his blood stream for ninety-two minutes. I can’t blame hyên. Whether I found myself chuckling at the film’s clever gags, oohing và ahing at its animation, laughing at its best jokes, or purely enjoying a fun flichồng with my kid, I was completely smitten with the story, characters, and animation. Best of all, as the resident kung fu geek in my circle of friends, I was quite impressed with the battle sequences. Tai Lung’s escape is brutal and hard hitting, the bridge fight (the film’s key action sequence) is fantastic, & Po’s showdown with Tai Lung balances the film’s humor, the character’s appeal, and the severity of the outcome.

The voice acting is exceptional as well. Love hlặng or hate him, Jack Blachồng keeps things sweet and innocent with Po, anchoring the film with his believably naïve sầu performance. McShane matches Black’s vocal virtue with gravely snarls & menacing taunts, all effectively conveying his character’s malice & hatred. Lest we forget the rest, Hoffman, Jolie, and Chan (as well as other minor supporting cast members like Hong & Duk Kim) also sell their respective roles, effectively emoting while injecting the film with intensity, conviction, & wit. Granted, Liu’s performance is bl&, Rogen & Cross are completely underused, and Michael Clarke Duncan (voicing a guard at Tai Lung’s prison) doesn’t have the best delivery, but they only pop up for a few minutes throughout the film & rarely detract from the work offered by the rest of the cast.

Even so, the unique that won me over in the kết thúc was simple: ‘Kung Fu Panda’ doesn’t rely on countless pop culture references lượt thích the majority of Dreamworks Animation productions have sầu in the past. The film could have sầu easily devolved inlớn a series of obvious references, Hollywood tabloid jabs, nods lớn other movies, & a variety of other blatant distractions, but instead, the film continually takes the Pixar high road khổng lồ concentrate on simple but meaningful dialogue, reliable but refreshing character interactions, and playful but engaging artistry.

Ultimately, ‘Kung Fu Panda’ is, in my humble opinion, the best animated film Dreamworks has produced, và the first Dreamworks feature that can legitimately go toe-to-toe with the films in Pixar’s canon. Whether you have children or whether you’re just a taller-than-average kid yourself, this one won’t disappoint.

The Blu-ray: Vital Disc Stats

Paramount and DreamWorks trang chủ Entertainment releases this 3D Blu-ray edition of "Kung Fu Panda" as a two-disc bộ combo paông chồng. The first is a BD50 disc compatible only with 3D Blu-ray players, & could not determine if it is region locked. The second is a DVD-9 carrying all the special features. At start-up, the disc commences with a pnhận xét for "Puss in Boots – 3D," & afterwards, opens with an animated main menu and music.



Three years since its initial Blu-ray release, "Kung Fu Panda" remains one of the most exquisite, top-of-the-line đoạn Clip presentations available on the format. Immediately following the opening 2-D CGI sequence, viewers are treated lớn a stunning 2.35:1 picture frame oozing with a richly-saturated display of colors. Primaries, especially the green leaves on trees, are absolutely dazzling and pop from the screen while the softer pastel hues make up the rest with a wonderful panoramic sense, as if looking at a painting. Contrast is pitch-perfect with brilliant, crisp whites that never overpower the image, & blacks, likewise, are intensely inky and sumptuous without ruining delineation. Tai Lung"s prison break is a prime example of the darkest, dingiest sequences matching the film"s more serene & gorgeous moments.

The direct digital-to-digital transfer also comes with exceptional definition and clarity. Completely không lấy phí of any blemishes, the picture reveals just how much time & effort was put forth by filmmakers in creating these animated images. Every nuance and intricate detail is exposed & plainly visible in spite of the dark-tinted glasses. Individual strands of hair on Shifu"s or Tai Lung"s face not only provide a sense of a natural environment, but seem to lớn follow the movement and actions of their owners with fluid grace. Distinct features on stones, foliage và the many traditional buildings are razor-sharp and unmistakable. The fabric & stitching on each character"s clothing is finely detailed with remarkable lifelike textures which add to the film"s overall sense of realism.

Rather than being a hazard or an attempt lớn take advantage of a new technology (which is obviously the case with this lathử nghiệm release), this 3 chiều presentation of "Kung Fu Panda" actually adds another màn chơi of enjoyment to the movie. Immediately following the 2D opening, which is astonishing in its own right, we"re struchồng with a beautifully layered image inside Po"s bedroom. From there on, the rest of the transfer exhibits an extraordinary depth of field that sustains a breathtaking sense of a living space, as if characters truly live sầu within a three-dimensional world. Objects and characters seem lớn move sầu independently of each other, and the center portion of the screen shows background info in the far distance with excellent clarity & minimal lớn no crosstalk throughout. Along with the sequel, this 3 chiều presentation should rightfully go down as one of the best 3 chiều Blu-rays releases thus far.



The audio is identical khổng lồ that found on the movie"s 2 chiều counterpart và is no slouch when it comes to lớn delivering the very best. Rear activity is at a near constant, enveloping listeners with a terrific 360-degree soundfield. Whether we see characters talk outside or indoors, the sounds of distant crickets and the wind blowing through the leaves of trees are plainly heard, generating an amazing, realistic ambience that"s very engaging. One of the best moments is again Tai Lung"s prison escape as arrows & crumbling rocks rain down all around, filling the room with excitement & very discrete sounds. Pans and directionality are breathtaking and convincing, aided with an aggressively intense và highly responsive low-frequency effects that makes the Dolby TrueHD soundtraông chồng tremendously immersive sầu and action-packed.

The lossless mix also comes with an exceptional front area with a great khuyến mãi more activity and dazzling channel separation. Movement between the three speakers is smooth và effortless, displaying a large, spacious image with lots of believable off-screen effects. The mid-range exhibits excellent clarity và detail during the film"s more rowdy, dynamic sequences, allowing us to hear every minute sound in the original kiến thiết. Dialogue reproduction is perfectly balanced, and each conversation is heard amid all the loud action occupying the other speakers. The subtle musical score of Hans Zimmer and John Powell is equally outstanding with appreciable fidelity & clean differentiation of the instruments, making the overall high-rez traông xã is a reference quality listen.


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