Kung Fu Panda



on sunday i went to see Kung Fu Panda. It was a pretty awesome movie. It was highly entertaining, and funny, and Jack Black was MADE for that role. The way he spoke just suited him! There is no charge for awesomeness or attractiveness. LOL! It was a very endearing and honest movie. Even though it looks cartoony and a kiddie movie its not. There is a deeper message in there, that stupid little kids won't comprehend or fully understand. Kinda like how Wall-E was not exactly a kiddie movie either. Wall-E was pretty deep, how the earth was destroyed by humans, how people got fat and lazy and no longer moved or did anything and just sat there and had no actual human contact, and everything came in a cup. Scary isn't it? Isn't that the future of the world at this rate being that we're so dependent on things being done for us, that gasp us doing it ourselves is just too much? anyways back to the panda.


The wise mystical turtle, old as hell, as most turtles are, was called oogwway, which means turtle in chinese. duh! that turtle seriously had issues, i think he was smoking something and hiding in his shell way too long. It was funny how Jackie Chan was the monkey. It was a funny movie, aside from the fact that there were all these fucking ass annoying bratty loud stupid kids there. You'd think they would have seen the movie by now! Ugh. the amount of kids was annoying, talking, chattering, acting like they were in their living room. One mom had her blonde kid just running back and forth between the seats, then she got all whiny cause she couldn't. smack her and STFU! Then there was some idiot that actually brought in a baby! Or a 1 year old cause that thing started to cry! WTF?! If they are that young they clearly do not understand the movie or even understand what's going on! Keep it at home! The worse was the idiots behind us. Ugh. This spanish speaking family was behind us and the brat twat kid, was asking questions LOUDLY in spanish as if she was in her living room! WTF! I kept turning back and looking at it to STFU! The parents told her to hush a few times, but then started talking back to her! This isn't your living room! And I'm not here to listen to your fucking taco, rice and bean eating ass! At one point I got so made and said WTF? loud enough for them to hear. I swear i was ready to turn around and just fucking yell at the brat.

They should seriously have movie screenings for grown ups or non kids, or have a screening for just kids who want to scream and yell and act like its their living room. parents should seriously have some control over those brats or else just watch it on dvd. I really don't understand why parents let their kids talk loudly like that. they never say or do anything until someone gets mad and says something, you'd think common sense would tell them otherwise. you may be able to phase it out your own bratty kid but do not expect the rest of us to!



I seriously hate kids. period. of all genders, races and ethnic groups. they're all brats, they're all loud, and they fucking stare and act like they don't know better. i blame the parents. watch how many idiot parents bring their dumbass kids to see the new Batman movie which is CLEARLY not rated for kids, what how many dumbasses show up.

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MakeupByRenRen said...

oh gosh i hope nobody tries to bring screaming kids into a movie theater when i see the dark knight...

Joey said...

Lol, I feel the same way! That's why the bf and I usually go either really really early, or like at 9pm, haha.

I really hate when parents can't discipline their children correctly.. it really bothers me. Ugh!

ChyiX2 said...

Wow, the way you talk about it, I can't wait to see it now! I hate how people are noisy in cinemas, talk on cellphones, take off their shoes (smelly feet) and disregard other people. One would think that people would have the common courtesy to turn off their cell phones, not bring extremely crunchy and/or fragrant snacks and not kick chairs in front of them. *sigh*

jie jie said...

You realize at movies that not everyone has common sense. One time the baby, probably jsut a few months old, started crying, and this lady just didn't leave. *sigh* makes me wish they had a crying room for cinemas too.