I told you before how I took my two younger boys to see Kung Fu Panda 3 while it was in theater. I am not normally a person that likes to go to a cartoon/animated movie at the theater. Why? Simple, I like to concentrate on the movie not kids running up and down the aisle. But I loved the first two Kung Fu Panda movies, they were great family movies with lots of laughter, which is why I was willing to deal with other people’s children to enjoy a show with my two little boys. We all loved it. Little A (now 9) loved watching all the fighting scenes. Nicoli loved watching them eat and he discussed that daddy’s and the Nicoli’s (which is the babies to him). As for myself I loved watching them get into the movie and I loved that he excepted both dads as his own. This is definitely a funny, family movie for everyone.
Synopsis: Once again the Furious Five are back in action but they are all in a shock when someone beats Po’s dumpling eating record and it looks just like him. Could it really be a long lost relative? Po discovers a secret village of fun-loving pandas and must train them to defeat a supernatural villain who threatens to destroy Kung Fu. Will he learn the techniques and be able to train the lazy, clumsy pandas. Po, Tigress, Baby Pandas, Shifu, Mei Mei, and Li are ready to work together once again to defend some little friends.
We of course watched Kung Fu Panda 3 as soon as it came out on DVD too. That’s right you can head over to the stores now and pick up your own copy. I think this is a great movie and definitely introduces us to what being a family is. Last night we had stir fry and rice, not exactly what they ate there but it had rice in it. I still need to make some rice balls. Katerina would love that, for an entire school year she had me make those for her bento box that she’d take to school for lunch. I guess it is time to start making those and dumplings this weekend.