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UPC-A000027563557   UPC-A barcode 000027563557
Product NameThe Karate Kid Trilogy (The Karate Kid / The Karate Kid Part Ii / The Karate ...
CategorySports / Exercise
Short Description1 litre
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B001UOZXHA
Price Used15.98 US Dollars    (curriencies)
FeaturesIncludes all 3 classic films.
Long DescriptionProbably one of the most successful sports-film franchises in American film, the Karate Kid movies combine the underdog genre with martial arts to create a sure-fire idea, powered by director John Avildsen (Rocky) and writer Robert Mark Kamen (The Fifth Element.) The first three films follow the maturation of young Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio), a Jersey kid with a chip on his shoulder, who was forced to move to California. Without any friends, he finds his new life a struggle, filled with bullies. Then he meets Mr. Miyagi (Pat Morita), a sage handyman who teaches him how to defend himself and become a champion. There's nothing groundbreaking about these films, but by placing plenty of focus on the Miyagi/Daniel-San relationship, one between a teacher and student, a surrogate father and son, there's more depth than your average sports flick. Add in the subplot of Miyagi's own life experiences as a soldier and husband, and the films become the kind of entertainment that's more fulfilling than the usual fluff.
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