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The Karate Kid, Part III (1989)
Just a few things I would like to say...
I thought this movie was...well, how exactly can I describe it? I mean, I laughed about one million times, especially at Terry's totally mad, hyena-like, shrieking laugh. I actually even got a but teary eyed, mainly at when Daniel and Mr Miyagi had any touching moments or when Daniel starting yelling at him, the look on Mr Miyagi's face really got to me. I LOVED this movie and I've watched it many times and I still love it. It's funny, touching and at the end when Daniel and Mr Miyagi hugged, I thought one thing and that was: "YAY!!!" I loved all the different roles and how the characters from the previous movies were brought back and used to start a new story. The fighting was still as excellent as always (kudos to Mr LaRusso) and even the small-ish roles such as Snake (you know it) were lovable and enjoyable to watch. Overall, as I said before, I think this movie was BRILLIANT and I hope that many other people enjoy watching it just as much as I did!
Murder of Innocence (1993)
What I think of this movie
First, I love the performance given by the beautiful and talented Valerie Bertinelli as the mentally unstable Laurie Wade. I watched this movie twice and yet still cannot figure out what went wrong or why she acted the way she did. The things that puzzled me the most was the fact that she seemed obsessed with the number seven. Was she obsessed because she had a hard time in the seventh grade? Was the real Laurie (who's last name was Dann) obsessed with it as well? We don't know what went on in Laurie's head but it's obvious that she had a hard time, if only she had been cured. And of course, her poor husband who was ignored despite all his worries and concerns about his wife. I mean, I would be worried. Imagine walking into your wife's bedroom and finding the words "pain" and "suffer" written in red all over the walls. Also, the continuous pictures of little Laurie on the slide and "LLL 777" written on the walls. The scene with her apartment really scared me, especially with the rotting meat and watching her opening and slamming the door over and over again. Also, seeing her watch nothing but a fuzzy haze on the television with her eyes wide open like a zombie right next to her door was very eerie. I felt like I was in this different dimension, witnessing this poor girl's life. Whatever happened to the real Laurie while she lived, no one knows. All we know is that she lived a frightening and dark life and if we ever do find out what illness caused her to do what she had done, we can understand her story. Laurie left everyone out there wandering and know, as I'm writing this review I'm thinking about what kind of life she would have led if she was cured but whatever it was, it would have been easier on her and the people around her....