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In order to keep his promise to an aging Kung-Fu Master, Sifu (Tom Arnold ), Fu the Rabbit (Jon Heder), a humble chef, must venture out of the comfort of his kitchen and team up with Penny (Rebecca Black) a Kung-Fu Prodigy and her sidekick, Biggie (Claire Geare), to go on a heroic quest to defeat Sifu's arch nemesis, Slash (Michael Clarke Duncan), to save the fate of their Kung-Fu Academy from peril.
Sadly this movie had a bit of nice artistry as far as the buildings, but the characters often mistreat and disrespect each other and the main character was portrayed as totally... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Emily L.
Terrible. You could barely understand half the dialog - the main character was the worst, it was like Jon Heder had a mouthful of marbles. Read morePublished 2 months ago by love2read
Good for an almost 4 year old, my son loves it.
Tough watch for me, couple of levels below kF panda
Most kids movies now are geared toward adults,...this actually is quite brilliant in it's simplicity and story,...because,.. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Aurora Soul
I lucked out and watched this one morning with my little one on Netflix - glad I didn't pay full retail. At first I thought it was a total rip off of Kung Fu Panda. Read morePublished 21 months ago by AndrewW
The sad fact was that this movie could have done so much better. The very first thing that peeved me off was just the simple fact that in the English version all the character's... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Kitty