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Kung Fu Panda 3

2016
91 Mins

Completing a hat-trick of animated awesomeness, the third adventure for chunky martial arts hero Po (voiced by Jack Black) sees him elevated from student to teacher... and reunites him with his long-lost biological dad (Bryan Cranston). As destiny would have it, the pair reconnect just as the immortal villain Kai (JK Simmons) launches his vengeful campaign to conquer China's kung fu masters and take over the mortal realm. Having returned to the secret panda village where he was born, Po realizes that he can only stop Kai by training his roly-poly kinfolk in the art of combat. As a wise man probably once said: good luck with that.

Director: Jennifer Yuh Nelson

Starring: Jack Black, Bryan Cranston, Dustin Hoffman, Angelina Jolie, JK Simmons, Jackie Chan, Seth Rogen

Genres: Family

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