[[caption-width-right:250: Need we say that [[CoversAlwaysLie covers always...]] ''*sigh*''...]]

A 2011 movie[[labelnote:?]]running time was 40 minutes[[/labelnote]] produced by [[http://www.renegadeanimation.com/ Renegade Animation]] (same studio who brought us ''WesternAnimation/HiHiPuffyAmiYumi'', ''WesternAnimation/{{MAD}}'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheMrMenShow'')

%%%%%%%%Some of the description came from an article from avclub.com
The plot is pretty much... well, think ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'', abridged and adapted... The main character is Zibo/Lu(?) (the latter coming from the back of the box which in the movie, he wasn't called with that name ''at all'')--a daydreaming martial arts fanboy. He tries to impress his son, Ming, by saying that he’s a student at the local dojo, when he’s actually the janitor. The story, set in the present day, is about the attempts of the dojo master’s evil twin—a tiger with stripes that look like scars—to steal The Amulet Of Fury from his Star Wars-quoting brother. In the end, Lu proves himself to be a hero to his son (and to his son’s friends, one of whom is a farting monkey) when he takes to heart the master’s lesson that everyone has a special gift.

It has often been derided for being a blatant rip-off of, as mentioned above, ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda'' albeit the movie feeling more like a pilot episode that hasn't been picked-up considering how short the running time was. However, {{Creator/Netflix}} [[BlatantLies tries to claim that it isn't]]. Once you've watched the movie, you'll be deceived once you see that its animation is a far cry from how the DVD's box cover (as shown here) has illustrated it.

See also ''WesternAnimation/TheLittlePandaFighter'', a similar ''Kung Fu Panda'' knockoff.
!!The following tropes include:
%%* AerithAndBob
* AmuletOfConcentratedAwesome: The Amulet of Fury of course. When used on Zibo--well, you know the rest.
* BigBallOfViolence: The, err, "epic fight" between the two brothers are replaced with this complete with [[ThatPoorCat meows]].
* BumblingDad: Well, duh.
* ChekhovsSkill: Koji has been able to instantly snatch the pebble from Zibo's hand multiple times, which ends up being very useful when he steals the amulet from Slade.
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Bali does this constantly when talking to his master Slade. At one point Slade gets so irritated that he says "I'm going to put an end to my misery, by putting an end to you. Get ready to meet your maker!" Bali's response is [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar "Oh! Me mum's here?"]] Prompting Slade to do a FacePalm
** Grand Master Hahn does this during his climactic GoodVersusEvil [[MirrorMatch battle]] with his brother Slade by making copious references to ''Franchise/StarWars'' and by calling his brother by his birth name Sherman instead of his AppropriatedAppellation Slade but that's just because he enjoys pressing his brother's BerserkButton just to piss him off.
* CoversAlwaysLie: The cover gives the impression that the movie's in CGI, but it's actually animated in cheap Flash animation.
* CrushBlush: To Shiva. Oh Ming...
* DeadpanSnarker: Rex, the lion cub with the NerdGlasses.
* DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment: "A fighter so legendary, that his legend was legendary."
* DoNotCallMePaul: Slade's name is...[[spoiler: Sherman?]] Not embarrassing though it ''is'' a bit off.
* DullSurprise: One of its many problems. Some just can't emote right.
* EarnYourHappyEnding
* EvilTwin: Master Hahn has one: Slade. Or Kudo if you've read, yet again, behind the box. That would've been more fitting though, since they're in an Asian setting.
* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: Slade threatens his minion Bali by explicitly stating that if he doesn't find and bring back The Amulet of Fury that he [[ColdBloodedTorture "Will die a very slow, and thoroughly painful death."]]
* FunnyForeigner: Bali is from England.
* ImprovisedWeapon: A mop for Zibo.
%%* {{Irony}}: {{Lampshaded}} during a conversation between the villain and his assistant.
* LargeHam: The felines (the tiger brothers and the panther) have somewhat cheesy, eye-rolling attitudes. Obviously the [[EvilIsHammy villain is hammiest]].
** [[StiffUpperLip Bali]] [[PluckyComicRelief is another story...]]
* {{Malaproper}}[=/=]RougeAnglesOfSatin: The fact that Zibo called Koji with different sounding names (see MindScrew).
* MindScrew: The names.
** Lu or Zibo? Slade, Kudo, or...[[spoiler: Sherman Nevil?]] Koji, Kobe(!), or... [[Disney/{{Tarzan}} Kerchak]] (actually pronounced Ko-jak)!?
** [[spoiler: Oh and if "Nevil" is the villain's surname, meaning that that would be Master Hahn's surname either, would that mean that they're immigrants?]]
* MissingMom: Ming hints that she died.
* TheMockbuster
* MoodWhiplash: Attempted as such, a la MissingMom.
* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: The kids.
* RunningGag: Every time Zibo "trains", he breaks his back.
* SpeaksInShoutOuts: Master Hahn loves making [[ReferenceOverdosed references]] to ''Franchise/StarWars'', which really pisses off his EvilTwin brother Slade.
* TheSpeechless: Koji, the monkey.
* ToughRoom: When Zibo made a joke, the kids didn't react much.
* WasItAllALie: Ming, how the heck can you believe your dad?
* WhereTheHellIsSpringfield: "In the small Asian village of Serenity Falls--" and that's it... Mind you that describing a village as Asian won't make the conclusion that it's located in Asia, so this counts.