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Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy
Prepare for goofy laughs and fast-paced action as irreverent panda Po and his fellow martial arts masters the Furious Five, return in this animated sequel. This time, it’s not only the Valley of Peace that's threatened, but the entire future of kung fu itself, when a formidable villain, emperor peacock Lord Shen, emerges to take over ancient China and wipe out martial arts using a secret weapon more powerful than anything that’s existed before. Assisted by a new group of fighting maestros, including Master Thundering Rhino and Master Croc, Po and his pals race to defeat Shen's evil plan. However, Shen proves trickier than anyone anticipated, forcing Po to confront his own mysterious past to unlock his full potential.
Hugely likeable animation about a tubby giant panda with dreams of kung fu glory, who is chosen to defend a valley from an evil snow leopard.
5–14 years 92 mins
It's never hard to guess what will happen next in The Karate Kid - but it's still a martial arts film packed with energy and humour.
11+ years 120 mins
Two warriors in pursuit of a stolen sword and a notorious fugitive are led to an impetuous and physically-skilled nobleman's daughter.
11+ years 120 mins
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