Po, left, (Jack Black) and his long-lost father Li (Bryan Cranston pose for a portrait in "Kung Fu Panda 3."
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NEW YORK: If you're one of those people who roll your eyes when handed a pair of 3-D glasses at the multiplex, then take heart: The lovely, color-popping visuals in "Kung Fu Panda 3" are well worth those darned glasses.Of course, you'll already know that Jack Black is back as Po, our rotund panda hero and reluctant Dragon Warrior.Po feels totally confident and up to the task.Po decides to journey with Li to the secret mountain enclave where pandas live to master his own chi, which he'll need to defeat Kai. In this charming sequence, set in a gorgeous Shangri-La-like setting, Po meets his extended panda family.
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