‘Kung Fu Panda’ Sequel Clearly More Realistic Than Karate Kid Remake

The trailer for the sequel to Kung Fu Panda is starting to make its rounds and it tells us absolutely nothing about the plot.

Nonetheless, I am sure that the Jennifer Yuh-directed animated feature will be just as good, if not better than The Karate Kid (probably better). I know, I know — we gave the Jaden Smith vehicle a hard time (if he whipped his hair back and forth in the movie, I would’ve TOTALLY loved it) — mostly because of the use of the word karate vs. kung fu AND some of us who absolutely adore the original felt violated.

Maybe I am just biased because they used the term “kung fu” in an accurate context and I have an affinity for computer animated animals doing martial arts — but there’s only so much Jack Black that I can take.

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Dino-Ray Ramos is a movie hobbit, social media swaggerist, pop culture junkie, smart-mouthed Asian American warrior, and a well-rounded inhaler of all things entertainment. After uprooting from Texas, he migrated to San Francisco where he shares his irreverent take on high and low brow aspects of culture. In addition to feeding TheFinerDandy.com he writes for AfterElton.com, Hyphen Magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle. You can also boost his self-esteem by following his musings on Twitter
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