The Karate Kid (1984)

It’s the best, around… nothing’s ever going to keep it down! Well, it may not be the best ever, but this movie is a lot of fun. After seeing poor Daniel-San get beat up for the 100th time in this movie, you realize that enough is enough. You cheer on Pat Morita as he lays the smack down on some upstart high school kids and then teaches Ralph Macchio the techniques of fixing up a house that easily translate to becoming a Karate master. Elisabeth Shue is a total beauty (for a rich girl from the Hills) but she ends up being a great a supportive gal for our movie’s hero. The music in this film is great and although the ending is abrupt, the final fight scenes are amazing. Anyone who has to do some painting should watch this movie as motivation before they start.

85/100

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The Karate Kid (1984)

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