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Julie Anne Gilchrist
They took everything from karate kid, even the haircuts and the hair colour. You get the weird trainings, the rivalry between a blond kid (the bad guy) and the karttate kid. He gets defeated and comes back...etc classic formula
Not a bad nor a good movie, if you don't know what to watch, that's something to watch
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