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This week's reviewed movie is:
Kung Fu Panda




Gene the Barber

Snick the Sidekick

Gordie the Barber


Children are crazy about panda bears, and this film features Po the panda, the laziest of all the animals in the Valley of Peace.

With powerful enemies on the outskirts, Po shows up for the Kung Fu competition to save his village.

This film has the right amount of laughs and gags and just fun for the whole family.

Parents who grow a little tired of this toon are treated to a satisfying prize: watching the kids having a ball.

For myself I found it very enjoyable.

Surprisingly charming as well as funny, Kung Fu Panda delivers on both title and action.

A giant panda dreams of becoming a Kung Fu warrior, which he accomplishes thanks to a series of mishaps, introspection, and the obligatory montage sequence.

It's computer animation filled with talking animals, Chinese magic, and unrecognizable voices.

In this animated film for kids, a panda bear called Po sets out to become a martial arts expert and battle an evil, big bad snow leopard.

I liked the imaginative scenes which were well-written, and the outstanding beautiful animation.

The characters are mostly likable, with some funny moments.

You might say it's a real kick of a movie, with a happy ending that works, after all the pandemonium was settled.

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