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The Karate Kid II

By Pat Morita (Actor), Ralph Macchio (Actor), Pat E. Johnson (Actor), Bruce Malmuth (Actor), Eddie Smith (Actor) & John G. Avildsen (Director)
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Record Label   Sony Pictures
Format   Closed-captioned / Color / Dolby / Dubb
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 7.4" Width: 5.3" Height: 0.6"
Binding  DVD Video
Publisher   PROVIDENT #130
ISBN  0012496170  
EAN  0043396059917  
UPC  043396059917  

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In this sequel to the hit film Karate Kid, Mr. Miyagi must confront his past in Japan when he and his star student Daniel are challenged to a karate match. Despite the temptation for revenge, Miyagi remains focused on the most important things in life - love, loyalty and friendship, and in the end brings about a powerful reconciliation with his life-long enemy. Run Time 113 min Dove Approved Ages 12 & Over. PG

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One of the very best movie sequels, and a worthy story  Jan 27, 2010
"The Karate Kid Part II" is a big exception to the rule regarding mediocre sequels to outstanding original movies. Returning actors Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita are allowed to go even deeper into their respective characters, and the result is a very rich screenplay which gives as much or more weight to Mr. Morita's Miyagi as it does to Mr. Macchio's Daniel Larusso.

The film focuses on a trip to Okinawa for Daniel and Miyagi which serves as a pilgrimmage for Miyagi to visit his dying father, mentioned briefly but memorably in the first movie. Additionally, Miyagi rekindles an old romance which had been ended by a covetous blood feud also involving Miyagi's best childhood friend that was his original reason for leaving his native country. Daniel, in turn, falls in love with the older woman's beautiful young niece Kumiko, played by Tamlyn Tomita(currently seen on NBC TV's "Heroes" in a recurring role as Hiro Nakamura's mother). In so doing, he incurs the wrath of a vengeful young martial arts expert named Chozen, who covets Kumiko for himself.

Also featuring beautiful outdoor scenery, a great soundtrack and a tense script which realistically depicts long-simmering hatreds as well as many variations of respect and love, "The Karate Kid Part II" is a brilliant sequel and movie that should officially be accorded the classic status it deserves.
The Karate Kid II  Jan 22, 2010
It's summer, Daniel just broke up with his girlfriend and was told by his mother that her job needs her to move to Fresno for the summer which Daniel doesn't like. Mr. Miyagi was going to let Daniel stay with him until he receives a letter from Okinawa telling him that his father is dying. So Miyagi leaves to go there and Daniel joins him. Miyagi tells Daniel that the reason he left Okinawa was because his best friend, Sato whose family is the most affluent in Okinawa, was promised Yukie whose the girl Miyagi loved. So Miyagi asks her to run away with him and when Sato learned of this, he challenged Miyagi to a fight to the death. So Miyagi left. Upon arriving Miyagi discovers Sato still wants to fight him and his nephew and best student Chozen has it out for Daniel. This movie is set in the beautiful backdrop of Okinawa, and the scenery is also beautiful. I recommend viewing both The Karate Kid, and the sequel to at least get the full effect.
For The Glory Of Love.  Nov 8, 2009
The Karate Kid Part II continues the story of Daniel(Ralph Macchio) and Miyagi(the late Pat Morita) as they travel to Japan to help out Miyagi's old girlfriend and her niece(Tamlyn Tomita from The Joy Luck Club), however, they are confronted by Miyagi's old foe Sato and his nephew and Daniel's new enemy, Chozen. The martial arts sequences were great to watch as well as the romance scene with Daniel and Tomita's character. The theme song of the film "For The Glory Of Love" became a big hit in 1987 and was nominated for an Oscar for Best Music Score. This is the best of all the Karate Kid series.
Could be the best Karate Kid movie out of all 3!  Oct 3, 2009
Daniel Larusso travels with Mr. Miagi to Oki Nawa in Japan in order to check on his father, who is very ill. When they return, they are received by Sato, who wants to fight with Mr. Miago in order to defend his honor. He got dishonoured when Miyagi fell in live with his girlfriend before he decided to escape to the US. On the other side, his nephew Chozan is bullying Daniel all the time. He is such a great Karate fighter.

Great movie!

I like it because it represents the real purpose of Karate, which is self defence.
There are no tournaments to compete in. It's about surviving.
The only thing I think could have been done to improve the movie was to give Daniel actual Karate lessons before making this movie. His moves are not convincing at all. They are weak and incorrect sometimes. People who do martial arts could immediately recognize the flaws in his techniques. Johny from Part 1 and Chozan from Part II are way better than him, in which Daniel surprisingly still managed to defeat them.

Anyway, the Karate Kid could easily be one of the best movies of our times.
Contrived.  May 23, 2009
The Karate Kid Part II is no way as memorable as the orginial but at least it's not unwatchable like Part III. Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita have always had this natural chemistry - you can tell they were really good friends on camera and off. Some of the acting from the supporting cast is just plain awful and the pace of the film is rather slow. So-so sequel - stick to the orginial.

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