By Chris Parthemore
Out of the franchise, Kung Fu Panda 3 has to be the best one. The combination of action and ceomedy created a film that is both hilarious and heart warming. The highglights of this movie include the revealing of Po’s father, the frightening, but comical villiam.
Undoubtably, one of the most interesting and important parts of the film is that Po goes from student to teacher. At first, he fails terribly; however, as the film goes on, Po realizes that teaching does not mean that others have to be like the teacher. He realizes that teaching is an opportunity for everyone to be themselves.
A prime example of the moral of the story is when Po’s father is trying to teach
him to be a panda. He fails to realize that Po is not exactly like his father and that he is never going to fully measure up to his father’s standards.This shows that everyone has their own life to live and they must become themselves.
Another important part in this film is in the villain named Kai; the collector who is obsessed with taking chi (which is the life force) and using it for his own power. He fits perfectly with the moral of the movie for two reasons. One is he takes power of who he is and second he is the complete opposite of Po.These two attributes combined make him a good villain.
Overall, the movie had a wonderful and endearing plot. If you enjoyed Kung Fu Panda I and II, this move is definitely worth going to see over this winter break.