Sep 242013

Legend of Kung Fu Rabbit
Coming out on DVD September 24th, 2013
from Lionsgate Home Entertainment


I guess Rex and I did spend a lot of time in front of the TV this weekend. I think we watched 3 or 4 DVD and lots of football.  We previewed Legend of Kung Fu Rabbit which was a great movie. Let me tell you a bit about it and then my thoughts at the end.

Experience the adventure in the all-new animated feature Legend of Kung Fu Rabbit arriving on
DVD, Digital Download and Video on Demand September 24 from Lionsgate Home
Entertainment. With a cast headlined by Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite), Tom Arnold (Hit and
Run) and Academy Award® nominee Michael Clarke Duncan (Best Actor in a Supporting Role,
The Green Mile, 1999) along with pop singing sensation (the smash hit “Friday”) Rebecca Black
in her feature film debut, the Legend of Kung Fu Rabbit follows Fu as he embarks on a journey
to become a kung fu master. Awarded the DOVE Foundation Seal of Approval, the Legend of
Kung Fu Rabbit DVD, including a behind the scenes featurette and a sneak peak at “Miniscule,”
with four award-winning animated shorts, will be available for the suggested retail price of

In order to keep his promise to aging kung fu master Sifu, Fu the rabbit, a humble chef, must
venture out of the comfort of his kitchen. He teams up with Penny, a kung fu prodigy, and her
sidekick Biggie to go on a heroic quest to defeat Sifu’s arch-nemesis, Slash to save their kung fu
academy from peril.
Jon Heder Napoleon Dynamite, Blades of Glory, Monster House, Surf’s Up
Michael Clarke Duncan Kung Fu Panda, Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby,
The Green Mile, Armageddon
Rebecca Black Feature Film Debut
Claire Geare Dream House, Inception
and Tom Arnold Hit and Run, TV’s “Sons of Anarchy,” True Lies, TV’s
• “Giving the Characters a Voice – At the Recording Studio with Jon Heder, Michael Clarke
Duncan, Rebecca Black and Tom Arnold” featurette
• “Miniscule” sneak peek – four award-winning short films
*Subject to change

Year of Production: 2013
Title Copyright: © 2011 Tianjin North Film Group. All Rights Reserved.
Type: Home Entertainment Premiere
Genre: Animation; Family
Rating: PG for Martial Arts Action and Brief Mild Language
Closed Captioned: English
Subtitles: Optional English and Spanish
Feature Run Time: 89 minutes
DVD Format: 16×9 Widescreen (2.35:1)
DVD Audio Status: 5.1 Dolby Digital

My Thoughts

Even though Legend of Kung Fu Rabbit was more for kids than Rex and I we both loved it.  We really liked the cast and the music that was in the DVD.  I also liked the Asian feel and how well it was depicted.  The story was very cute about Fu starts on his journey to become a king fu master. Fu was the least likely to become a master – he was clumsy and was a bit on the big side.  I think it is a good lesson that if you put your mind to it you can do anything! This is a movie the whole family can enjoy together.

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  5 Responses to “Legend of Kung Fu Rabbit on DVD Review and Giveaway”

  1. would Love to win

  2. My Grandkids would love this

  3. thanks for this lovely giveaway. My grandson would enjoy it.

  4. Keep up the good work

  5. I think my twin granddaughters would love this movie.

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