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Karate Kid

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Sweep the leg

    Karate Kid is pretty awesome. It forever put Ralph Macchio's acting career on hold. A really good scene is when Johnny and his buddies are all dressed like skeletons and Mr. Miyagi whoops all their asses..but that was in the eighties. In today's world, Mr. Miyagi would have been videotaped by some bystander with a camera phone which would have been turned into the authorities as evidence. Due to racial profiling, he would have been apprehended the next day and charged with assault and abuse of a minor. Johnny would have probably shown up in court with a neck brace (even though he only got punched in the stomach), won the jury's sympathy and sued Mr. Miyagi for emotional distress. Miyagi would have gone to jail for a 2-5 stretch and Johnny would have been the one to end up with the yellow convertible. Then Daniel's leg would have never been swept and maybe he could finish that promising soccer career he had going, but not without feeling guilty for being the main reason Miyagi is doing prison laundy for $0.80 a day until parole

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    a good way to defend yourself take karate!!!

    The Karate Kid is one of those movies where a kid is bullied by a mean guy so in order to defend hiself is by taking kartae Mr. Meogee teaches him Karate and he learns to stand up for himself by fighting the bully Johny the bad guy who's a jerk

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Excellent

    The Karate Kid is one of my favorite films ever. The acting was great and the plot was well thought up. This movie was interesting, funny, and hard to forget. I recommend it to everyone!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Wow

    I can never get tired of watching this movie. It's fantastic! I LOVE it! It has a predictable story, but is great nonetheless. Watch it!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Put him in a body bag Johnnie!

    Ralph Macho is 57 playing a ten year at Reseda high when he gets beat up behind a grocery store. The owner comes out and drags him into his secret garden and gives him a yellow car. Then a tubby blonde chick falls for him and he must fight for his right to party. He learned karate at the YMCA but his new ninja master has some skills for him.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Timeless

    A truly inspirational film! This story is about Daniel Larusso, a proud native of New Jersey, who makes good in the trenches of a rich LA high school. Even though he becomes disillussioned due a few serious beatings at the hands of some high school cool kids, Mr. Miagi rekindles Daniel's heart of gold. When Daniel prevails at the end, it's like he's winning one for all of us! Purchase this film - you won't regret it!

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