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The Karate Kid (2010; Rated Rated PG)

The Karate Kid
B-
 

“Gorgeous scenery, faithful remake--but far too long!”

-Richard Roeper

The Karate Kid Review

The Karate Kid

(2010; PG)

In theaters:
Friday, 11 June 2010

Genre:
Action, Adventure, Children, Drama, Romance, Sport

Cast:
Jaden Smith, Jackie Chan

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Grant said on Friday, July 23, 2010 8:32:00 PM
its funny I walked out of the theater saying "ok it was fine I guess" know the more I think about it the more I hate and hate "The Karate Kid" and was I the only one who said at the end (the final kick) "WTF was that shit?" Yeah I hate that movie now lol

Megan said on Thursday, June 24, 2010 12:51:05 AM
Beyond that why is it named the Karate Kid? He teaches him Kung Fu not Karate.

Zeiram said on Sunday, June 13, 2010 12:51:57 AM
I actually thought this one was more successful than the original on so many different levels. Maybe it's because I like Jackie Chan movies so much, and I love the original. I didn't really feel the length at all. The audience I was with were all made up of children and their parents, and they all ate it up. If anything the movie felt too short. It's like those movies that are very long but you don't want to end, like "Departures". This is Chan's finest hour and a fitting swan song to his great career.

 
 
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