Kung Fu Panda
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Kung Fu Panda
Rating & Content Info
Why is Kung Fu Panda rated PG? Kung Fu Panda is rated PG by the MPAA for sequences of martial arts action.
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.
Page last updated October 18, 2011
|British Columbia||G||Violence, May Frighten Young Children.|
|Ontario||PG||Not Recommended for Young Children|
|Canadian Home Video||PG|
News About "Kung Fu Panda"
Cast and Crew
Kung Fu Panda is directed by and stars Jack Black, Dustin Hoffman, Angelina Jolie, Jackie Chan,.
The most recent home video release of Kung Fu Panda movie is November 10, 2008. Here are some details…
Home Video Notes: Kung Fu Panda Collection (1&2) Blu-ray
Release Date: 13 December 2011
The Kung Fu Panda Collection (1&2) releases to Blu-ray on December 13, 2011, with the following extras:
- Blu-ray copies of the movies Kung Fu Panda 1 and Kung Fu Panda 2
- Filmmakers’ Commentaries
- Food Network Exclusive: Alton Brown at Mr. Ping’s Noodle House
- Help Save the Wild Pandas
- Learn to Draw Po
- How to Use Chopsticks
- Meet the Cast
- Panda Stories: Inside the World of the Giant Panda
- Kung Fu Panda: Secrets of the Masters
- Kung Fu Shuffle
- Ni Hao
- Dragon Warrior Training Academy
- “Kung Fu Fighting” Music Video
- The Animator’s Corner
- Trivia Track
- Go With Po
- Po Around the World
Release Date: 11 November 2008
Kung Fu Panda kicks off its DVD release with commentary with the filmmakers, an opportunity to meet the cast, a look at the Tech of Kung Fu Panda and a conservational international piece about The World of Panda. Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital 5.1 (English) and Dolby Digital (French and Spanish), with subtitles in English, French and Spanish.
Kung Fu Panda can also be purchased packaged with the companion film Secrets Of The Furious Five. This version includes the same bonus materials as the single-disc edition.
Kung Fu Panda on Blu-ray offers the aforementioned extras plus the featurettes, The Sounds Of Kung Fu Panda, KFP Sound Machine, Learn the Panda Dance, Do You Kung Fu, Mr. Ping’s Noodle Factory, Chopsticks, Inside the Chinese Zodiac, Animals of Kung Fu Panda, KFP Shuffle and A Day in the Life: Shaolin Monks in Training. As well there are music videos, a video jukebox, interactive games, text and photo galleries. Audio tracks are available in Surround 5.1 and 2.0 (English, French, Portuguese and Spanish), with subtitles in English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.
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