Kung Fu Panda Holiday 2010 info:-
Kung Fu Panda Holiday 2010 is a DreamWorks-produced television special based on the Kung Fu Panda franchise. It first aired on NBC November 24, 2010, paired alongside an encore showing of Merry Madagascar. It was released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 6, 2012. Po’s favorite holiday is the Winter Feast.
Every year he and his father hang decorations, cook together all day, and serve noodle soup to a happy crowd of villagers. But this year, Shifu informs Po that as Dragon Warrior, it is his duty to host the highly formal Winter Feast at the Jade Palace. Po is caught between his obligations as the Dragon Warrior and his family traditions, between Shifu and Mr. Ping.
As the holiday preparations escalate, Po finds it impossible to please both of them. In the end, Po follows his heart, showing both Shifu and Mr. Ping the true meaning of tradition, community and familyMr. Ping had his cherished “noodle dream” in which he and his son Po made an incredibly delicious noodle soup and served it to a rabbit customer. But suddenly, it turned into a “noodle nightmare” with the appearance of an incredibly large version of Tai Lung. Just as it appeared Tai Lung was unstoppable, Po managed to defeat the snow leopard once again.
Kung Fu Panda Holiday 2010 Plot:-
Master Shifu (Dustin Hoffman) assigns Po (Jack Black) to host the annual Winter Feast at the Jade Palace, a highly ritualized formal occasion where all the Kung Fu masters of China attend, insisting on the perfection of the event. Although excited, Po also wishes to spend the holiday with his father Mr. Ping (James Hong) and rejects the finest chefs in China in an attempt to have him cater to the event.
However, Mr. Ping believes Po is more concerned with his duties as the Dragon Warrior, and adamantly remains at his restaurant to feed the townsfolk who have nowhere else to eat for the holiday. Guilt-ridden, Po tries to cook the banquet by himself, but is quickly overwhelmed by the myriad responsibilities that come with it, further complicated by the interference of Wo Hop (Jack McBrayer), a rabbit chef he had accidentally disgraced earlier and is desperate to die at the hands of the Dragon Warrior to redeem his honor.
A comment from Wo Hop that “kung fu can’t solve everything” inspires Po to enlist the Furious Five to complete the preparations for the feast while he has the still-suicidal Wo Hop help him in the kitchen. On the night of the Winter Feast, Po comes to realize that he should be with his father for the holiday and excuses himself before the masters to help Mr. Ping prepare food for the townsfolk. he must
For his part, Mr. Ping, who had been struggling with the business alone, realizes that he was being unfair to his son for attending to his larger responsibilities and apologizes to him. With this reconciliation, father and son prepare their feast with polished skills. Moved by Po’s loyalty to his family, the Furious Five and the other masters participate in the festivities with the townsfolk. Please See More Information…….
Kung Fu Panda Holiday 2010 Voice cast:-
- Jack Black as Po
- Angelina Jolie as Master Tigress
- Dustin Hoffman as Master Shifu
- Jack McBrayer as Wo Hop
- Jackie Chan as Master Monkey
- Seth Rogen as Master Mantis
- Jonathan Groff as Master Rhino
- David Cross as Master Crane
- Lucy Liu as Master Viper
- James Hong as Mr. Ping
- Dan Fogler as Zeng
- Susan Fitzer as Shop Owner, Baby Bunny, Host Goose
- Lena Golia as Little Bunny
- Stephen Kearin as Father, Village Bunny
- Tom Owens as Dream Bunny, Panicked Pig
- Conrad Vernon as Boar Bandit
- Mick Wingert as Goose Attendant, Pig Tailor
- Ian McShane as Tai Lung (cameo)
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On the special’s review on Common Sense Media, Emily Ashby praised its positive messages and role models, in which Po “learns that listening to your heart is the best way to make the right decision, and his choice inspires others to do the same”.
The special was released on DVD and Blu-ray on November 6, 2012. In Australia and the UK, it was released under a new title of Kung Fu Panda: Po’s Winter Wonderland, which was released on November 11, 2012, and November 19, 2012, exclusively at Sainsbury’s stores. It was re-released on DVD on October 1, 2013, along with Shrek the Halls, Merry Madagascar, and Gift of the Night Fury.