Pip thought he had it all, a pampered lifestyle, huge mansion and adoring owners, that is until the Taylor family booked an African safari. Pip finds himself separated from his clan, which ...
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A fat lazy Panda named Zibo dreams of becoming a master of martial arts, but is stuck as a mere cleaner for a dojo. Little does he know that an evil tiger has plans to take over the kingdom, and he must stop him.
Pip thought he had it all, a pampered lifestyle, huge mansion and adoring owners, that is until the Taylor family booked an African safari. Pip finds himself separated from his clan, which forces him to reluctantly adapt to a new way of life in the jungle. As he bridges the divide between feuding wildlife he learns that caviar and manicures can never bring the same happiness as friendship. Written by
Phase 4 Films
I could tell this little animated flick was made on a low budget. It was definitely not a big studio film, so I didn't have major expectations. I think we get so used to all the super high quality Pixar level films. Those films cost up to $80 million to make. This film is not in that category. With that in mind, I sat back and watched my kid enjoying it. He laughed at the cute dog Pip, and he was glued to the TV. He wanted to watch it several times, it's really made for young kids. The film had some funny gags, cute moments and a good lesson for the kids. It teaches about friendship and getting along. The hyenas were characters, pulling pranks on Pip, and I like their interaction. There are a lot of other cute animals in this too, different from other jungle movies.
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