When Po (Jack Black) and the Furious Five are called to save their valley from Lord Shen (Gary Oldman), an evil peacock, Po realizes that Shen is responsible for his parents’ disappearance.
Struggling with his cloudy past, Po must find his inner peace in order to ensure a safe future for the art of Kung Fu, for China, and himself.
If the above plot sounds too serious for a “Kung Fu Panda” sequel, you’re wrong. This film is the most enjoyable “serious” plot you’ll see this year.
Po is his regular, hungry, cuddly self, using his friends and his Kung Fu to protect China. Yet, Po has matured just enough to be able to address a more adult question – where did I come from?
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