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Kung Fu Panda

Rated PG for sequences of martial arts action.

PG In Theaters 06/6/2008 , 91min.
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Critic score based on 33 reviews

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February 05, 2012
Very pleasing animation! I liked it and thought the story and characters were very funny and thoght this movie was very entertaining. I couldn't see a better one!
May 19, 2010
i agree i also like watching this pretty silly movie :) the fantasies of this movie is so full of heroics and awesome eastern culture and i loved visiting kung fu panda dot com and play kung fu panda world online for free ! only free play is free and i really loved playing that game from the start and there's another online kung fu panda game called kung fu panda multiplayer but i like kung fu
April 04, 2009
I love this movie more than any other I've seen. My favorite of the major characters in order from greatest to lest are Tigress in 1st, Viper in 2nd, Po in 3rd, Mantis in 4th, Shifu in 5th, Monkey in 6th, Crane in 7th, Oogway in 8th, Zeng in 9th, Mr. Ping in 10th, the rhino gaurd in 11th, and Tai Lung in 12th. My favorite part is when they discover Tai Lung has escaped from prison.By the way,
March 29, 2009
Paul Preister
this made me laugh.
March 02, 2009
it was very great !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Washington Post
Infectious and inspiring, despite one's best efforts to resist its charms. Full Review
Carina Chocano
Los Angeles Times
The action, heavily influenced by Hong Kong martial arts films, is beautifully choreographed. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Though occasionally visually inventive, Kung Fu Panda is a disappointment when it comes to matters of simple black and white: the script. Full Review
James Berardinelli
This is a solid family film material, although one suspects the children will get a little more out of it than their parents. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
The essence of the film is slapsticky, chopsocky action, rendered with great verve and accompanied by bromides having to do with the need to believe. Full Review

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