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Description When a 12-year-old from Detroit moves to China with his mother and incurs the wrath of the class bully at his new school, he makes an unlikely ally in the form of his aging maintenance man, a kung fu ... more

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Description In director John G. Avildsen's third installment of the popular KARATE KID series, the original villain returns to get his revenge against Miyagi (Noriyuki 'Pat' Morita) and Daniel (Ralph Macchio). Kr... 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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“Not The Karate Kid”

published 07/08/2012

AdvantagesIf you haven't seen the original or are a fan of Jackie Chan you may enjoy this

DisadvantagesA more or less direct rip off of the original. Jaden Smith seems to be a 1 trick pony

...win the respect of the boy who originally beat him because he liked the same girl. Jaden tries to appear enlightened towards the end of the film, but considering how much of a strop and the cockiness that is plain for all to see this enlightenment seems muted and there only because it was int he original film. In a nutshell - if you have seen the original The Karate Kid you have seen this...

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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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