Kung Fu Panda 3
The Dragon Warrior, Po (voiced by Jack Black), must find his inner panda and become a Master of Chi to fight Kai, the “Beast of Vengeance. Maker of Widows” (voiced by J.K. Simmons). Reunited with his panda father, Po journeys with him to a secret panda village in hopes of learning the mystical power of chi.
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The language is clean (no profanity or vulgarity), but ClearPlay will skip over some insults and name calling. Scenes with Kai might seem intense for small children, but overall it is a family friendly film.
Is Po still a dragon-like warrior, or now a warrior, like, draggin’? …
Po becomes more panda-ish with the help of quirky (and entertaining) panda villagers, and his Dragon Warrior abilities reach a new level of “awesomeness,” so I thought it provided a satisfactory ending to a Kung Fu Panda trilogy… then I learned it isn’t the last. So although the third makes a good finale, it might be a lead-in for the upcoming three. Time will tell if the dragon starts draggin’.
Trudy Bockoven, ClearPlay Head Noodle
Rated PG for martial arts action and some mild rude humor; 95 mins; Directed by Alessandro Carloni and Jennifer Yuh Nelson