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Description Features detailed explorations of the five basic katas of Shito-ryu/Shukokai Karate. Includes demonstrations of Nidan, Shodan, Sandan, Yondan and Godan plus interviews with Sensei Terry Pottage. more

Sports

Description Featuring footage from around the world that demonstrates the power of a Karate blow and the damage should a strike or kick go wrong. Includes over 200 Karate Knockdowns and Fouls. more

Special Interest

Description A world renowned martial arts expert travels to a desert fortress to attend what he believes will be an Olympic-style competition. As it turns out, he has been lured into a deadly trap by a madman see... more

Martial Arts

Description Featuring top action from a selection of Karate experts, film clips featuring Bruce Lee and action from Willy Williams. more

Sports

Description Set in the underwater town of Bikini Bottom, SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS follows the wacky misadventures of a kind-hearted sea sponge and his pals Squidward, Mr. Krabs, Patrick the Starfish, and Sandy the S... more

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“The Karate Kid”

published 16/10/2008

Advantagesgreat action and entertainment

Disadvantagesa little slow to begin

...Director: John G. Avildsen. Producers: Jerry Weintraub, Bud S. Smith and R. J. Louis Writer: Robert Mark Kamen Stars: Ralph Macchio, Noriyuki "Pat" Morita, Elisabeht Shue, Martin Kove, Randee Heller and William Zabka. This first in the karate kid sage was released in June 1984, involving the life of a school boy who had just moved into a new neighbourhood with his mother. ** BRIEF...

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Super

AdvantagesCharacters

DisadvantagesFight Choreography

...Back in 1984 director John G. Avildsen took the straight-forward underdog premise that proved very successful eight years earlier in Rocky and applied it to karate. The Karate Kid was primarily aimed at a teenage audience, but was just as predictable and sentimental in its delivery that it became very easy to be absorbed by it whatever your age was. It was a story that would inspire audiences no...

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Excellent

Advantagesacting, story, screenplay

Disadvantagesa remake

...The Karate Kid is an American Martial arts film that was made in 2010. The film was directed by Harald Zwart and was produced by five people Jerry Weintraub, Will Smith, Jada Pinkett Smith, James Lassiter and Ken Stovitz. The Karate Kid is rated PG. The Karate Kid is a remake and the original Karate Kid was made in 1984. The film was made on the budget of $40 million and the film grossed over...

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