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Still shot from the movie: Kung Fu Panda.

Kung Fu Panda

Being a martial arts master takes a lot of hard work and self-discipline, traits that Po the Panda (voice of Jack Black) doesn't really possess. However, when his town is threatened, and the "Chosen One" needs to be found, a group of highly trained warriors attempt to give the pudgy bear the necessary makeover. Get the movie review and more. »

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Overall: B+
Violence: C+
Sexual Content: A-
Language: A-
Drugs/Alcohol: A
Theater Release: 05 Jun 2008
Video Release: 10 Nov 2008
MPAA Rating: PG
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Why Is Kung Fu Panda Rated PG?


Although this film contains only mild name-calling and some brief rude humor, it is jam packed with depictions of martial arts action. The animated animals kick, punch and tumble their way through one encounter after another. Characters are also choked, burned, hit with spikes and pushed down a flight of stairs. Soldiers use weapons such as swords, chains and arrows. One character is stuck with needles during an acupuncture session. Fireworks and other explosions involving characters are portrayed.

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