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The Karate Kid

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Twelve-year-old Dre Parker moves to Beijing when his mom Sherry gets a job transfer at her car factory. In new school, Dre is bullied by kungfu students and received help from Mr. Han, a mainternance man. Mr. Han teachs Dre about the real kungfu, which helps him to win against those who bullied him before in a the tournament in respect.
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IMDb:
6.2
Quality:
HD
Duration:
140 min
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Christian Science Monitor
The latest "The Karate Kid" will probably work best for young audiences unaware of its predecessor - or of much of anything else for that matter.
June 18, 2010
We Got This Covered
A cliched and predictable script mixed with the miscasting of Jaden Smith make The Karate Kid a pretty dull film. Stick with the original.
November 09, 2013
Examiner.com
The screenplay gives Dre way too many dumb things to say while needlessly stretching out the entire story into a film that runs overly-long at 132 minutes.
October 01, 2012
Globe and Mail
The script follows the predictable path from humiliation to humility to a climactic showdown, complete with a deciding slow-motion kick.
June 11, 2010
At the Movies
It's not as good as the 1984 version. I say that not just out of nostalgia, but because I think that that was a more satisfying drama.
June 14, 2010