During a commemoration for Japanese soldiers fighting in the US Army during World War II, Mr. Miyagi meets the widow of his commanding officer. He gets to know her granddaughter Julie, an angry teenager who is still feeling the pain of losing both her parents in an accident and is having problems with her grandmother and her fellow pupils. Mr. Miyagi decides to teach her karate to get her through her pain and issues and back on the right path.Written by
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The Karate Kid (1984) made $90.8 million. The Karate Kid Part II (1986) grossed $115.1 million. The Karate Kid Part III (1989) earned $38.9 million. The studio was keen to continue the franchise, though this film's $8.9 million take effectively killed the prospects of any further films. The 2010 remake took in $171.8 million at the box office. See more »
When the monk bowls a gutter ball (which jumps out to make a strike at the last second) the 10 pin begins falling before the ball contacts any of the pins. See more »
[Julie's babysitting three VERY active boys]
What are you doing here?
Sergeant Kesuke Miyagi:
Miyagi figure children no have enough toys, so bring more. Nerf balls, flying discs, all kinds good stuff. You just have fun.
Have fun? Miyagi, they don't need any more toys, they need three child-sized straight jackets!
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In Your Eyes
Written by Brian McKnight
Performed by Cleto Escobedo
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C'mon it's not THAT bad.
Okay this movie doesn't touch the original three and it's not a masterpiece but it's tolerable and there is enjoyment to be found. I'm the biggest fan there is of the original 3, but this movie isn't quite as bad as they say.
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