At the Movies

Kung-Fu Panda:
The advanced advertising really hooked me. I thought it was a pure Jack Black vehicle. Might’ve been, but not so much. I didn’t even realize who the other voices were and if I had, I would’ve thought more of it. Too bad the credits have to run to truly appreciate the film.

If I was more puerile, less child-like and more childish? Maybe it would be better. Or if, as many people assume, I was chemically enhanced (stoned), maybe then it would’ve been funnier. A lot funnier and more poignant, too.

The message? Let’s face it, that’s my message, too.

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  • ssmith04 Jul 10, 2008 @ 10:09

    Do you recommend it–or not–or are you of two minds about it (not unusual for a Sagittarian)?

  • Kramer Jul 11, 2008 @ 14:27

    Yeah, matinee price.

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