Daniel accompanies his mentor, Mr. Miyagi, to Miyagi's childhood home in Okinawa. Miyagi visits his dying father and confronts his old rival, while Daniel falls in love and inadvertently makes a new rival of his own.
12-year-old Dre Parker has moved to China, and finds himself like a fish out of water. He befriends a fellow classmate, Mei Ying, only to make a rival, Cheng, who starts to bully and attack Dre. Soon, Mr Han, the maintenance man of Dre's apartment, fends off Cheng and his friends when they are attacking Dre and signs Dre up to fight in the Kung Fu tournament in return for the bullies laying off of Dre. Dre realizes Mr. Han is much more than a maintenance man, when he's revealed as a master of Kung Fu and Dre soon learns that Kung Fu is about self defense and peace, instead of violence and bloodshed.Written by
Producer Will Smith said Jackie Chan was held in such high regard in China, that he was able to use his status to help with many aspects of the production, such as getting permission to shoot in certain locations for filming. See more »
Dre places his chopsticks on the left side of his food tray at the food court. But the next frame he has them in his right hand and placing them onto the food tray for the second time. See more »
Before watching this movie, I read the reviews online and there has been a harsh division between 1 and 10 rating.
Honestly, this movie does not deserve a 1 or a 10, whether it is: Acting, Cinematography, Music, or Story.
Objectively, I think this movie is worth watching. Definitely not the worst, but not the best. Its content is interesting and is a visible step above the original Karate Kid, even though this movie does not feel like a remake (so stop comparing >0).
The movie entertained and left me with a satisfied reminiscence of the experience.
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