The scientist father of a teenage girl and boy accidentally shrinks his and two other neighborhood teens to the size of insects. Now the teens must fight diminutive dangers as the father searches for them.
Picks up where the first movie (Karate Kid) leaves off. Mr. Miyagi and Daniel take a trip to Okinawa to visit Mr Miyagi's dying father. After arriving Mr Miyagi finds he still has feelings for an old love. This stirs up trouble with an old rival that he originally left Okinawa to avoid. In the mean time Daniel encounters a new love and also makes some enemies. Written by
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During the storm scene, after Sato is saved by Miyagi and Daniel, and Chozen stayed inside the shelter, Chozen says to Sato that he thought Sato was dead. When Sato tells Chozen to go help Daniel and he refuses, Sato tells him "Now, to you, I am dead". However, during the Castle scene, when Sato tries to get Chozen to calm down, Chozen tells him that he cannot hear him because "I am dead to you, remember?". It's a clear mistake and the script was trying to say instead "You are dead to me". Since Sato is dead to Chozen, Chozen cannot hear him. It doesn't even make sense the other way around. See more »
[after Daniel has won his first tournament]
Hey Mr. Miyagi, you know I've been thinking.
About what, Daniel-San?
That we should come up with some kind of strategy.
My future, my whole tournament career.
Miyagi already have one.
Really? What is it?
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I can't tell you how good it made me feel to recapture the joy I first experienced in the theater. I was 12 years old when this came out. The story and plot are simple, and the lessons are very clear. They definitely don't make films like this nowadays. Memories of me sitting in the theater alongside my grandmother, eating loads of buttery popcorn, and telling her about all the good scenes (she couldn't see well)
I have seen this movie over 200 times, and never get tired of it. I recommend viewing both The Karate Kid, and the sequel to at least get the full effect.
Awesome 80's flick, and one I'm proud to own. Five stars.
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