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Kung Fu Panda Changing Perspective Speech. In the action-comedy film Kung Fu Panda directed by John Wayne Stevenson and Mark Osborne, the protagonist Po, the panda, an unlikely hero ultimately finds that his greatest weaknesses turn out to be his greatest

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Kung Fu Panda Changing Perspective Speech Enthusiastic, big and a little clumsy. These describe an ordinary fan of kung fu that has many dreams of becoming a Dragon Warrior. In the action-comedy film Kung Fu Panda directed by John Wayne Stevenson and Mark Osborne, the protagonist Po, the panda, an unlikely hero ultimately finds that his greatest weaknesses turn out to be his greatest strengths. Changing perspectives can be outlined in this film. In the opening scene, Po is initially shown running a noodle restaurant with his father. Unexpectedly chosen by Master Oogway to fulfil an ancient prophecy of becoming the Dragon Warrior, Po's dream became reality and joins the group of the Furious Five, Tigress, Crane, Mantis, Viper and Monkey. ...read more.

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This implies that the present can be changed to how you please. A scene with Shifu and Oogway begins to show change in Shifu. "That panda was not the dragon warrior, he wasn't even meant to be here, it was an accident" Shifu deeply expressed. Oogway, symbolising Po as a peach after Shifu states a peach cannot defeat Tai Lung and replies, "Maybe a peach can, if you are willing to guide it, to nurture it, to believe in it". He repeats "you just need to believe" to express importance while a close-up shot is used towards Oogway to show seriousness. "You must believe" he says a third and final time before he leaves. ...read more.

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Po shows no signs of struggling as opposed to his first session of training. A low angle shot of Po is shown to highlight a complete change from a fat, clumsy panda into an outstanding warrior holding an unharmed dumpling with chopsticks. Master shows full respect for Po which is different to his initial perspective. Evidence of this is when they both bow as master and student. Po shows his outstanding results of his training through his final fight with Tai Lung. Instead of a big, fat, panda in which everyone sees in the beginning of the film, he is the heroic dragon warrior where everyone acknowledges him including the Furious Five who address him as master, completely opposite to what they initially thought of him. Most importantly, Master Shifu says one last time "You are the dragon warror". ...read more.

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