The Adventures of Panda Warrior

DVD Release: August 2, 2016
The Adventures of Panda Warrior


A peace-loving soldier from ancient China is magically transported into a world ruled by an evil nine-headed snake. Transformed into a panda, he joins forces with a flying pig to free the once-peaceful Merryland from tyranny. But first, he must train to be the kingdom’s most courageous panda warrior.

Dove Review

Patrick is a soldier in the army of ancient China, but he believes that everyone should find a different way to get along, instead of fighting with swords and arrows. The soldiers are attacked, and Patrick starts to run because he is being chased by a very large bull. He falls and finds himself transported to a new and wonderful world, or at least he thinks he is.

Patrick has been transformed into a panda, and with his warrior gear on, others assume he is the Panda Warrior, who has returned to save them from the nine-headed evil snake that has taken over the land and kidnapped their princess. Because of the dragon necklace he wears, which his grandfather gave him, his new friends take him to King Leo to prove he is the warrior panda they all have been expecting in Merryland. This place that Patrick’s grandfather told him so much about is not what he sees now. Is it possible that he is the Panda Warrior they have been looking for?

This fantasy animated story demonstrates valuable lessons: Everyone needs hope and faith to overcome evil, and people should not give up courage and passion nor go through life with regrets. In this film, many special creatures become friends with Patrick and help fight the evil in their world to bring back faith and hope to Merryland. We are proud to award “The Adventures of Panda Warrior” the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Fight scenes with swords and arrows; an evil, nine-headed snake and tree stump that can throw fire; princess is kidnapped and chained; loss of a friend during battle.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Fantasy magic; two whales named Faith and Hope who protect Dragon Ball of Light.


Company: Lionsgate
Director: Leo Lo
Producer: Ye Maoxi, Meta Chan
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 79 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe