Enthusiastic, big and a little clumsy, Po is the biggest fan of Kung Fu around ... which doesn't exactly come in handy while working every day in his family's noodle shop. Unexpectedly chosen to fulfill an ancient prophecy, Po's dreams become reality when he joins the world of Kung Fu and studies alongside his idols - the legendary fighters Tigress, Crane, Mantis, Viper and Monkey - under the leadership of their teacher and trainer, Master Shifu. But before they know it, the vengeful and treacherous snow leopard Tai Lung is headed their way, and it's up to Po to defend everyone from the oncoming threat. Can he turn his dreams of becoming a Kung Fu master into reality? Po puts his heart - and his girth - into the task, and the unlikely her ultimately finds that his greatest weaknesses turn out to be his greatest strengths.
Kung Fu Panda: Po (Voiced by Jack Black)
Po's an apprentice noodle maker who daydreams of fighting alongside the stars of the Kung Fu world. Quicker than you can say "secret family recipe," Po is unexpectedly picked to do just that when he is chosen to learn Kung Fu and to defend the valley from the vicious Tai Lung in the process. Even though Po is just a beginner, he isn't about to give up, and he sets about to prove those who doubt him wrong and in the process, finds that his greatest weaknesses may just be his greatest strengths.
Master Tigress (Voiced By Angelina Jolie)
Tigress is the strongest and boldest of the Kung Fu masters. Basically, she's everything you'd want in a hero: over-achieving, brave, fearless and well, heroic - she'd do anything to save the day. Anything except believe in Po, but even the strongest can be wrong and Tigress learns that destiny sometimes arrives in unexpected ways
Master Monkey (Voiced By Jacky Chan)
Friendly, playful and Enthusiastic, the mischievous Master Monkey is the most approachable of the Five. His easy-going attitude masks his stunning martial arts ability. Monkey is mischievous, unpredictable and playful, but is not to be messed with. Master Monkey likes a good joke and enjoys the spectacle of a panda trying to do Kung Fu.
The Viper is a stinging warrior who can go either way - charming and flirtatious one minute, all Kung Fu business the next. Her power lies not only in her charm, but also in her strength, her sinuous nature, her precision - oh, and then there's that deadly strike of hers. No wonder she usually gets what she wants (and doesn't she know it).
Master Crane (Voiced By David Cross)
Crane is the "mother hen" of the group, despite the fact that he's a guy. It takes a cool head to manage the sometimes conflicting personalities of the Furious Five. He'll try to avoid a fight, if at all possible - but if he can't avoid it, he'll do everything he can to win it.
Master Mantis (Voiced By Seth Rogen)
Although the smallest of the Furious Five, Mantis’ super strength, strong grab maneuvers and super quick burst moves will allow players to deliver powerful and paralyzing strikes to foes.
Master Shifu (Voiced By Dustin Hoffman)
Kung Fu Master Shifu is very good at his job as trainer to the "best of the best" Kung Fu warriors in all of China. But just because he's good doesn't mean he's perfect. He's a strict taskmaster who's haunted by mistakes from his past. Po thinks of him as "the least Zen of Zen Masters." It doesn't help that he as been charged with transforming a flabby, noodle-making panda into a warrior with enough skills to protect the land from Tai Lung. But it seems like Po isn't the only one who needs to learn a thing or two about life.
Tai Lung (Voiced By Ian McShane)
Tai Lung is his own biggest fan. He trained under Shifu himself, so everyone believed that he was the greatest fighter ever - no one more than the cocky snow leopard himself. After a little reality check, when he was denied the power he desired, Tai Lung revealed his dark heart and rampaged through the Valley and landed in lockdown in the inescapable Chorh-Gom Prison for the past 20 years. There, Tai Lung bides his time, waiting for his chance to escape and finish the "winner-take-all" battle he started 20 years ago.
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Overall, comments from me: Excellent.. Veli funny and suitable for kids of all ages like me.. haha