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    The Next Karate Kid

    Karate master Mr. Miyagi goes to Boston to attend a military reunion. There, he visits with Louisa, the widow of his former commander, and meets her granddaughter, Julie. He then takes the troubled adolescent teenage girl under his wing.
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  • Actors of "The Next Karate Kid"

  • Characters of "The Next Karate Kid"

    Sgt. Kesuke Miyagi. Character of The Next Karate Kid
    Played by: Pat Morita
    Julie Pierce. Character of The Next Karate Kid
    Played by: Hilary Swank
  • Directors of "The Next Karate Kid"

    Christopher Cain. Director of The Next Karate Kid
    Christopher Cain
    Birthdate: 29 October 1943, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA
  • Creators of "The Next Karate Kid"

    Robert Mark Kamen. Director of The Next Karate Kid
    Robert Mark Kamen
    Mark Lee. Director of The Next Karate Kid
    Mark Lee
  • Critic Reviews of "The Next Karate Kid"

    Seattle Times
    June 14, 2013

    The Next Karate Kid is harmless as children's entertainment, but for 104 very long minutes, there isn't a recognizable human being in sight.

    Los Angeles Times
    May 22, 2013

    The overt message of any Karate Kid movie: Don't fight unless you absolutely have to. The implicit message: You'll always have to. Let the smitings begin!

    Philadelphia Inquirer
    May 22, 2013

    While the message that a girl can defend herself against the boys threatening her is a good one, it's lost in a movie where the bullies look like Mussolini's bodyguards and where Julie waits for her boyfriend and Miyagi to come to her defense.

    Chicago Tribune
    May 22, 2013

    Only the reasonably-appealing performances of Morita and newcomer Swank keep it all from becoming even more of a loser.

    Entertainment Weekly
    September 07, 2011

    Not that girls will go see this or boys will care.

    March 26, 2009

    The franchise is still kicking -- but not very high.

    Cinema Crazed
    August 07, 2014

    An irrelevant foot note in the "Karate Kid" series that can be overlooked if only for being so vanilla.

    Radio Times
    June 14, 2013

    A few pre-prom dance lessons are the only significant departure from the tried and tested chop-socky formula, although Michael Ironside is good value as Swank's sinister gym teacher.

    Baltimore Sun
    June 14, 2013

    Amid its familiar banalities and formula twists, The Next Karate Kid comes up with one new idea for dealing with difficult American teen-agers: ship 'em off to a Buddhist monastery for two weeks!

    People Magazine
    June 14, 2013

    This desperate attempt to keep the franchise alive and kicking resorts to a backhanded kind of political correctness: introducing a surly teenage girl karate expert who goes around talking about "kicking butt."

    South Florida Sun-Sentinel
    May 22, 2013

    Swank and Morita make a personable pair, enough so that we don't miss Macchio. The monks exude a benevolent presence in a film less trivial than it could have been.

    Common Sense Media
    December 15, 2010

    Violent sequel doesn't benefit from gender change.

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