Kung Fu Panda 2 – Po Finds Inner Peace

Yeah, like you could make me drink that. If I wanted you dead,
I would have left you in that river. – Well, why save me?
– So you can fulfill your destiny. What are you talking about?
Where am I? What is this place? I’m surprised you remember so little. But you were so little when it happened. Perhaps you do remember. What? It’s just a stupid nightmare. Nightmare? Or memory? This was a thriving village. Young Shen was in line
to rule Gongmen City. But he wanted more. I foretold that someone would stand
in his way. A panda. But I never could have foretold
what came next. Get them all! Take our son and run away! Go! Stop fighting. Let it flow. Your story may not have
such a happy beginning, but that doesn’t
make you who you are. It is the rest of your story. Who you choose to be. So, who are you, panda? I am Po. And I’m gonna need a hat.

100 thoughts on “Kung Fu Panda 2 – Po Finds Inner Peace

  1. In Kung Fu Panda 1, in Po's first dream you do remember that the villains were wolves. This probably means that Po had some memory about his past from the very first movie. Good scenario

  2. I can relate:

    I lost my family of Greninjas and the rest of my clan of frog pokemon to those murderous dragon pokemon but the difference is that I refused to let it all go, and so I became an agent of darkness to avenge my fallen brothers and sisters but most of all…..to avenge my family.

  3. Everything about this scene is perfect, the music the graphics the emotions the way they portray the backstory, this scene needs an Oscar

  4. Once you listen to the score and re-watch the scenes you can hear the music much more clearly

  5. How did they make a sequel even better than the original. This remains the only animated film that causes me to tear up ~

  6. Anyone noticed that the puppet where Po put in front of him is actually gone when Po busy doing his inner peace ?

  7. I remember when i watched this movie on the cinema, i remember i cried at this part, until now i cry every time i see it

  8. Did you know that Leonardo DaVinci (artist, inventor & philosopher) was born from a peasant woman and was called a bastered child? Did you know that both George R.R. Martin (author of ASOIAF) and J.R.R. Tolkien (author of The Lord of the Rings) were poor as children and came from nothing? Did you know that J.K. Rowling (author of Harry Potter) was given a boy's name because her parents wanted a son? Did you know that Miyomoto Musashi (greatest swordsman in the history of Japan) was abandoned by his mother because she couldn't take care of him and she also didn't want him? Did you know that Walt Disney's first studio was a barn? This is the reason why this scene is the best scene in the movie. Just because your life didn't have a happy beginning, doesn't mean that your entire life is the same. The beginning of your life doesn't make you who you are. It's the rest of your story. Who you choose to be.

  9. When you realize that a movie called Kung Fu Panda made you cry like a little baby at the cinema along with everybody else watching the movie, then you know that if Dreamworks really does try, they can EASILY rival a lot of Disney and Pixar movies.

    Also fuck Titanic. THIS is the ultimate tear-jerking movie.

    Well, maybe this and Up.

  10. What gets me isn't the flashbacks to Po's mother (but don't get me wrong, that sequence is indeed beautiful). What gets me is 5:24 when it shows moments of his life until today, and all that he has achieved. Idk why, it just makes me so emotional, and think of MY journey to who I am today!

  11. I just noticed the montage follows "so who are you, Panda?" ends with a quiet scene, the moment Mr. Ping decides to adopt him. And when Po says "I am Po.", he's giving Mr. Ping full credit for who he has become. He doesn't know his "real name". Po is the name Mr. Ping has given him. Wow damn. In tears again.

  12. 5:12 “The past is history. Tomorrow’s a mystery, but today is a gift. That is why it is called the present.”

  13. How can Dreamworks make films this AMAZING with beautiful writing, animation, and story… and then make Boss Baby 😐

  14. 6:02
    Me: I am the master and the avenger. And I am going to fight with the Avengers.
    Po: Yes. You are. For Oogway.
    Me: (Uses Sword) As one.
    Po: As the death of the evil.
    Both went to war

  15. Who knew an animated movie about a talking Panda contained really heavy subjects like PTSD and ethic cleansing.

  16. You know wanna know what the main difference is between Disney animation and DreamWorks animation nowadays is the way the they tell stories and the worlds they tell those stories in. You know if it was Pixar who revolutionize the art of Animation and storytelling, then it was DreamWorks animation who not only revolutionize the art of world building but also finding a balance between the tragedy and comedy, light and dark; alot of Animation studios should take note of this especially Disney that one does not simply rely on they're characters or actors to make the movie great but it is the story, animation,world building, and balance between tragedy and comedy is what makes a great animated film along with a revolutionary achievement that has not been achieved before and sometimes to achieve that style you would need to look at two older styles of Animation styles as well as techniques that come with.

  17. Thank u masters 🥁🙏🙏🙏💜💟💟🧜‍♀️🎶🎵🎵🎵🎵🎵🎶💓🕎💓🎶🧜‍♀️🧚‍♀️🧚‍♀️🌠👁🤳

  18. Who'd have thought a sequel to a Dreamworks animated movie with a generally light tone would be so dark, it'd include themes of genocide, ethnic cleansing and PTSD?

  19. I thought the ending of iron giant was the only time a movie made me cry legitimate tears. Until I remembered this scene. Goddamn it if this isn't my favorite Kung Fu panda movie. The most mature out of all of them if we are going based on just this scene. To find peace after a power hungry sociopath almost genocided your entire 'people' and your father and father putting their lives before yours to keep you safe. Sniffle ahh damn where are those tissues?!

  20. Kung to panda has to be one of the most emotional series of movies I have ever watched at one point you'll be laughing. Then next inspired. Then you'd be crying. Honestly I can rewatch the same kung fu panda again and again and still get enjoyment out of it

  21. As someone who was bullied at a young age and had difficulty in reading or paying attention, this scene hit me deeply, especially now when I regret those days and wonder if I could rewind time then change who I was… unluckily I can't that is why I'm trying to actively change or better myself to somewhat atone my horrible past…

  22. That moment when you realize that everything that ever happened to you is thanks to your mother's sacrifice… powerful stuff.

  23. This is probably one of the greatest scenes ever made. It’s way to hard to explain without getting lost in emotion but think about it like this. Po‘s life wasn‘t exactly great from the start, not only was he living under humble conditions, he also lost his true parents and his inner peace. When Po started Kung Fu he never gave up no matter what, he was fighting through it like crazy and after receiving the scroll he got a glimpse of what his life is. He chose to be a Kung Fu Fan, he chose to be a Kung Fu Fighter and he chose to get over his physical appearance. Later in the second film when they met the wolves Po started going after the full story of his origin, at first shoving it away as a bad dream and a hallucination. He came to realize that this actually happened but instead of fighting it he started to accept it and got over it in this scene, viewing it as a part of his life and coming to therms. In this scene we see his mind slowly but indefinitely coming to therms, as he finally accepts it he understands that this wasn’t the only thing that happened in his life but instead just a part of it which was full of positive things and experience. But most importantly, he came this far because his mother sacrificed herself for her son, giving him full proof that he was and is loved by his parents and they never abondoned him.
    Truly a breathtaking scene and movie…

  24. It broke me when she said "But i could not foretold what came next" and realized she was talking about she couldnt see that the pandas would be massacred

  25. Man, the morals of these movies – especially the “believe in yourself” from the first one stuck with me when I was a kid to being an adult

  26. No matter how much you try to repress a memory It'll always come back to haunt you, so the best thing to do is to just accept it for what is and face it.

  27. The fact that this scene doesn't even get acknowledged on any top regarding sad scenes in Animated movies makes me mad, most only focus on Disney/Pixar/Don Bluth/Ghibli films… I don't remember crying as much when I first saw Toy Story 3 when it came out, nor did I with Mufasas death, but this scene has always got me ever since the first time I watched the film

  28. I love the animation style…in the beginning the animation is like the typical animation used in a dream for example the first dream that introduced the first film had the same animation style meaning that for po this aint reality its just a dream just a nightmare…but it gets more realistic in the end when po can see the details of his mother finally comming to peace and accepting that it was reality…that moment marked him finding inner peace and i love the movies because suttle hints like that show the pure love they put into it

  29. I honestly forgot how amazing this series was, re-watched it recently, it honestly maybe one the best trilogy's out there, every film was good (which can't be said about most franchises), i didn't like the 3rd one on the 1st watch but i enjoyed it alot more on the 2nd watch.

    Kung Fu Panda 2 is probably my favourite out of the 3.

  30. I imagined the line Po was gonna say was "I am Po… and I am the Dragon Warrior." But him needing a hat to fake his death is more adequate and perfect imo.

  31. 2:42 Look really into it, Po's father is responsible for the wolf's leader eye loss, look closely as he strikes them with the hammer, one of the wolve's eyes becomes red.

    He appears later chasing for Po and his mother, so the red eye is NOT an eye-patch is suppose to be a bloody red broken eye.

  32. I just keep watching these scene over and over it’s so powerful and full of emotion I just love this movie it’s my favorita DreamWorks movie easily thanks for posting it and letting me watch it over and over again

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