The Karate Kid
Action • PG • 1984 • 2 hr 6 min
It’s so good amazing plot amazing sequels
Pat Morita plays the sensei we all wish we had
“Hey, it’s the ‘80s!” An enduring classic with great lines and the unforgettable Mr Miyagi. I still get nervous about the tournament
The movie that started Cobra Kai, this a great 80’s classic. Miyagi is how I want to be when I’m older 😊
This was huge when it premiered, it had a story, I could relate to, I knew what it was like getting bullied at a new school. 😢
Great characters and valuable life lessons. Careful what you wish for, you might end up with a teacher who shows you the right way
A classic, plenty of memorable scenes and a great ending. Well worth a watch
One off my all time favorites! Great coming of age story with excellent characters and tons of heart
The first in many movies and too me still the best and stealing the show are Macchio and Morita a movie from the 80s one of my favourites 🌠
very nostalgic, I love macchios character and the love and lessons in this movie. still holds up almost 40 year later
Daniel, a fatherless teenager, arrives in Los Angeles and becomes the object of bullying by a gang of karate students when he strikes up a relationship with Ali, the gang leader’s ex-girlfriend, so Daniel asks Miyagi, a master of martial arts, to help him learn karate.
After discovering that his father is at death's door, Mr. Miyagi sets out to Japan, to see him with Daniel. Upon arriving, Miyagi must confront an old rival. Meanwhile, Daniel encounters a new love, and some new enemies.
Despondent over the closing of his karate school, Cobra Kai teacher John Kreese joins a ruthless businessman and martial artist to get revenge on Daniel and Mr. Miyagi.
Mr. Miyagi decides to take Julie, a troubled teenager, under his wing after he learns that she blames herself for her parents' demise and struggles to adjust with her grandmother and fellow pupils.