Chop Kick Panda

DVD Release: November 20, 2012
Chop Kick Panda
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Synopsis

Zibo is a large (okay, fat) and lovable panda who is the sixth-generation worker at the Tae Kwon Do dojo. When the villainous tiger warrior Kudo terrorizes the small village in pursuit of an amulet, it’s up to Zibo and his rag-tag team of martial artists to stop him!

Dove Review

“Chop Kick Panda” is an awesome, animated movie brimming with vibrant colors, memorable characters, and lots of action. Zibo (voiced by Danny Katiana) is a nearly 300-pound Panda that fancies himself a martial artist. He wants to be just like the Grand Martial. But the Grand Martial’s brother, Slade, is the opposite of his good, Grand Martial brother. He deviously plots to steal the Amulet of Fury to control all those around him. Zibo is the only one between Slade and the destruction of the Dojo. Can Zibo come through?

There are several humorous scenes, including Zibo being asked by a student, “What is the difference between Karate and Tae Kwon Do?” “About three letters,” Zibo replies. We are happy to award “Chop Kick Panda” our Dove Family-Approved Seal for all ages. This is an entertaining animated movie for sure.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: Fool-1; Insufferable fool-1; Bloody-1; Insult of "pot bellied panda."
Violence: Good guy fights bad guy in more of a whirl than anything.
Drugs: A mention of pubs.
Nudity: None
Other: Character kicks over another character's water bucket and laughs about it; explained that dojo means "place of the way;" flatulence.

Info

Company: Cinedigm
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 45 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter