Western Animation / Chop Kick Panda

Need we say that covers always... *sigh*...

A 2011 movie produced by Renegade Animation (same studio who brought us Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi, MAD and The Mr. Men Show)

The plot is pretty much... well, think Kung Fu Panda, 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, Kung Fu Panda albeit the movie feeling more like a pilot episode that hasn't been picked-up considering how short the running time was. However, Netflix 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.

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