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  • Warning: Spoilers
    This short movie is a mix of a cartoon and 3d Animation film well Created to explain the beginning of furious five of Kung Fu Panda we have never heard before. Effects and sounds are Amazing and totally a little brother of a Kung Fu Panda Movie collection. It's Great to see talking about spiritual powers going with the Kung Fu and to explain universal laws via the movie. As the Universal law says, There are no Accident in the world, but the everything part of a bigger process of happening things. It's good to see the truth about the world even in The film, I think true seekers of the audience might get deeper meaning of the film little by little.
  • I just freshly watched this short on netflix three hours ago. At first I was a little disappointed as it was not in the same animation style but more drawn like a cartoon. But then the story, the characters, the voices and the jokes are in the way they used to be and that is great. You learn about how the Furious Five were teamed up. It was an accident or it was destiny. Really just two words for the same thing. I found it enjoyable till the last second not quite as good as the movie but really the only thing that is missing is the animation but everything else is up there. But the most important thing is it actually made me watch the movies again. Luckily the first two are on netflix as well and I just watched them before writing this review. I'm glad quite frankly to once again re watch the whole thing and just be happy about it.
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    "Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Scroll" is an animated short film that serves as a bit of an appetizer to the new Kung Fu Panda movie. It was released in January this year and runs for slightly over 20 minutes as they usually do. Director and writer are both fairly experienced in terms of filmmaking as well as the KFP franchise and this pays off here. I must say this is certainly not my favorite from these little add-on films as it does not add anything really new to the franchise in terms of action or characters, but it was still an okay watch. Once again, they use the two very different styles of animation and I personally prefer the one at the start and ending, but that is just personal preference. This one is mostly a good watch for big Tigress fans, but not a must-see for everybody else. Po's screen-time is very limited here as the gang goes against a physically strong and evil boar. All in all, a thumbs up.
  • This animation film tells the story of how the Furious Five were created by the young Tigress, who made an unfortunate mistake when following Shifu's orders.

    I switched on "Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Scroll" just to past time, and I was actually quite surprised by he very good picture quality on the on demand TV channel. The story is light-hearted and fun, as the animals are assembled by a beautiful mistake. When all seems to be lost, and there is no hope, a seemingly unlikely but actually expected Hollywood ending arrives. It is a fun animation, but it is not very memorable or groundbreaking.