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The Forbidden Kingdom

Rated PG-13 for sequences of martial arts action and some violence.

PG-13 105min.
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Legendary martial arts stars Jackie Chan and Jet Li come together onscreen for the first time ever in director Rob Minkoff's time-traveling take on the Monkey King fable that finds an American teen transported back to ancient China after wandering ... Read More
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Old Hop/Lu Yan
The Monkey King/the Silent Monk
Jade Warlord
Golden Sparrow
Ni Chang
Jason Tripitikis
February 25, 2010
this was the best movie i ever saw i the world it like my secound my frist is avater i have dreams about this movie it veryy good i what to see it agean
May 22, 2008
If you want to be entertained, go see this movie. Don't go into this movie judging it for what it wasn't intended to be, but rather for what it is, entertainment. Lots of action, comedy, great special effect moments, and finally a movie without cursing. Take the kids, grandparents, or a good friend. Enjoy!
May 22, 2008
i had a nice time..a little bit of karate kid but ok i guess
May 22, 2008
I loved the Forbidden Kingdom. It was a well-crafted blend of a modern setting with an ancient tale. Jackie Chan and Jet Li were masterful in their fight scenes. The scenery and cinematography were breath taking. All of the elements blended together beautifully to make a compelling story, exciting fight scenes and an ancient tale brought to life and completion in our era. Thank you for
May 22, 2008
I thought this was a WONERFUL film! I enjoyed the story, the action and the scenery. The action shots are great Jackie Chan sequences and Jet Li was wonderful as the Monkey King. I thought the lead boy did a great job too. Great twist at the end. There are some Super Funny parts too! Go see it and be entertained.

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