Kung Fu Panda
Posted July 10, 2008on:
Pilm yang lucu abis… siapapun yang nonton, kalo urat ketawanya belum putus, pasti tertawa lihat adegan-adegan lucu di film ini.
Khas banget film Dreamworks, film keluarga yang tidak hanya menyajikan cerita yang menarik, tapi juga bumbu-bumbu komedi yang lucu dan syarat percakapan yg bermakna dalam dan inspiratif.
Ini beberapa pelajaran dari film kocak itu…
- The secret to be special is you have to believe you’re special.
- Teruslah kejar impianmu.
- Kamu tidak akan bisa mengembangkan orang lain, sebelum kamu percaya dengan kemampuan orang itu, dan kemampuan dirimu sendiri.
- Tiap individu belajar dengan caranya sendiri dan motivasinya sendiri.
- Kebanggaan berlebihan atas anak/murid/diri sendiri bisa membutakan mata kita tentang kondisi sebenarnya, bahkan bisa membawa mereka ke arah yang salah.
- Hidup memang penuh kepahitan, tapi jangan biarkan kepahitan tinggal dalam hatimu.
- Keluarga sangatlah penting.
Keren gak tuh…. dalem banget kann…
Tapi tahu gak, untuk menghidupkan si Po “The chosen one” itu butuh 400 orang lebih, termasuk pengisi suara. Fakta lainnya…
Kung Fu Panda Fact Sheet
It Takes a Village to Create a Panda
- Including voice actors, 448 different people put more than 21,442 man-weeks into the film. That’s 107, 210 man-days or 857,680 man-hours.
- It took a total of 391 artists to create Kung Fu Panda (total crew minus production staff and voice talent). Kung Fu Panda was in production for 4.5 years (from Fall 2003 to Spring 2008).
- The Kung Fu Panda Animation department is comprised of animators from around the globe, including artists from the USA, China, Canada, France, Italy, Spain, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Philippines, Japan, Sweden, Belgium and Israel.
- Every time a scene was finalized in Animation, the animator received one fortune cookie (with a customized fortune inside).
- The animators’ first pass shots of kung fu were choreographed in 2D before being animated in CGI.
- It took a combined 54 systems (including rockets, trails, lights and emitters) to create the single effect of Po riding the rocket chair into the stadium.
Bringing Po the Panda to Life
- The weirdest animation control was for Po’s uvula.
- Jack Black, the voice of Po, stood during recording session so that his physical activities would enhance the performance with subtle nuance. The animators loved capturing and transferring his subtle vocal and physical work (breathing, exerting effort, fumfering) to Po onscreen.
- Po has a special “fighting fist” control that he only uses when he’s engaging in kung fu.
- Po’s cheeks were rebuilt during the film to allow him to stuff his mouth with more food!
Get Out Your Abacus
- The Jade Palace is made of 88,100 different surfaces/pieces.
- There are 22,388 scrolls in the palace scroll room.
- The prison is over 3,000-feet deep.
- Master Crane has 6,019 feathers on his body.
- Viper has 120 bones along the length of her body.
- The total amount of individual confetti pieces used in sequence 600 (the scene where Po is chosen as the Dragon Warrior) is exactly 1,040,229!
- Number of tiles Po sends raining down on Tai Lung, who climbs those tiles: 8,260 tiles total.
- Number of arrows that shower down on Tai Lung during his prison escape: 1,500 arrows.
- When Po and the Five eat together, there are 64 noodles in each bowl.
- Number of acupuncture needles in Po’s back while talking to Tigress: 133.
- Number of particles that compose the disintegrating chair that Po blows up with fireworks: 953,593 particles.
Fakta diambil dari : TechMamas