Karate action and laughs never cease when a brother and sister go to California to visit their uncle. They soon discover that he's an alcoholic on the run from the Mob who want him to pay ... See full summary »

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Bob Ryan
Shonda Whipple ...
Megan
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Tony
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Guido
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Dad
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Mom
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Anita
Pamela Dixon ...
Ticket Agent
Red Horton ...
Thug
Joe Murphy ...
Thug
Ted Jan Roberts ...
Kevin
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Himself (as Don 'The Dragon' Wilson)
Jason Rainwater ...
Tommy Hart (as Jason Iorg)
Irene Cagen ...
Tommy's Agent (as Irene Forrest)
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The Bookie
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Karate action and laughs never cease when a brother and sister go to California to visit their uncle. They soon discover that he's an alcoholic on the run from the Mob who want him to pay up or else Written by Khelben "Arunsun" Blackstaff <frontier@mailhost.net>

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Action | Comedy | Family

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July 1993 (UK)  »

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Dragões Ninja  »

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Midway through the final fight sequence in club, You see Kevin quickly remove his windbreaker jacket but in one of the last shots of the sequence he is wearing it again and it is partially buttoned. See more »

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References Jaws (1975) See more »

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Go To Work
Performed by Dennis Napolitano and Jim Halfpenny
Strong Domino Music (BMI)
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Tied with The Wedding Planner as worst movie ever made
10 March 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have never posted any comments on any movies, but I had to let you all know about one of the worst movies of all time. "Magic Kid" is so horrible that it transfixes you and you can't turn it off. You can't believe that dialogue could be this cheesy and that acting could be this comically bad. The lead child actor is uncomfortable to look at, he has the weirdest facial expressions, especially when he is doing his karate thing. Scary. I know it seems like I am describing a "good-bad" movie, but no this is a "BAD- BAD" movie. The worst moment is the 20 minute Universal Studios commercial in the middle of the movie. Doesn't get worse than this my friends.


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