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The Karate Kid, Part II [Blu-ray]

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The price of honor. The power of friendship. The Karate Kid, Part II. Ralph Macchio and Noriyuki "Pat" Morita re-create the roles that brought them international acclaim in The Karate Kid. Karate student, Daniel Larusso (Macchio), accompanies his wise and whimsical teacher, Mr. Miyagi (Morita), to his ancestral home in Okinawa. For the boy, it's a journey to an exotic new world offering new clues to his mentor's secret past. For Miyagi, it's an opportunity to see his father one last time and to rekindle a romance with his childhood sweetheart (Nobu McCarthy). But Miyagi's return also re-ignites a bitter feud with long-time enemy, Sato (Danny Kamekona) - a feud that involves young Daniel in a brilliant collision of cultures and combat. Now, far away from the tournaments, the cheering crowds and the safety of home, Daniel will face his greatest challenge ever when teacher becomes student and the price of honor is life itself.

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5.0 out of 5 stars sequel improves on original Oct. 11 2007
By falcon TOP 1000 REVIEWER
once again we have a case where the sequel outdoes the original.the
original set the stage for the characters and is well done.however,the
sequel is better than the original for one main reason,a better
villain.this time Daniel is forced to fight for his
life(literally)against a much more skilled opponent than he faced in
the original.there is much more tension in this movie and more scenes
of peril.the violence is more vivid and graphic.The setting is much
more exotic,this time Okinawa being where most of the story takes
place.so,visually we have a much more picturesque movie to look
at.also,we see some of the culture of the people of Okinawa(accurate or
not,i'm not sure).there is also more happening in this film.we have a
subplot involving Mr.Myagi and a choice he must make.so,the story is
more developed,the location is nicer,and the villain is better written
than the 1st.and of course Mr. Myagi continues to teach Wisdom to
Daniel as well as the Okinawan Village.when you add it all up,this
makes for a better movie.but parents should be warned,again,that there
are more graphic violence and sequences of peril in this one.use your
discretion. 5/5
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4.0 out of 5 stars i found better than part one May 28 2004
Format:VHS Tape
I felt Avildsen's followup to The Karate Kid was slightly better than his initial film. The story was much fuller and the fight scene was better. The characters were more developed and the karate was better choreographed. Unlike the flop of a third film, the second is really good.
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4.0 out of 5 stars daniel-san gets all the girls....... March 16 2004
By Film8mm
this time mr. miyagi catches the fly....
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Glory of Good FUN ! Jan. 9 2004
By A Customer
Making this happy if sappy sequel to THE KARATE KID quite appealing are the timeless, immutable qualities carried, generation to generation, to and through every human heart: Love; Forgiveness; Mercy; Compassion; Remorse and other good, great from age to age, emotions. Daniel's Antagonist does as effective a job of rousing the deep, powerful and positive feelings from within him - and us - as does that of Mr. Miyagi's. If plot devices such as the bamboo rattles and farcical final confrontation with a Bully able to have already killed Daniel, DEAD, look trite, remember they exist to give us a brief glimpse into a refined, advanced culture flourishing millennia before ours. Keep in mind that condemning KARATE KID part 2 for so-called "silly" elements within is, in fact, far from as disgusting and tasteless as any of the TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE "movies". My bottom line being, KARATE KID part 2 is Super Stuff ! Rent (or buy) it today !
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5.0 out of 5 stars better than the first! Sept. 2 2003
By Kanchan
Format:VHS Tape
This was a lot better than the first. I thought this installment had a better plot than the first. Martial arts master Miyagi and his student Daniel return in director John G. Avildsen's sequel to to the popular "The Karate Kid". After their triumphant victory, Daniel and Miyagi continue their training focusing on the honor and disclipine of karate and the deeper powers of meditation. When Miyagi receives news that his father is near death, he and Daniel take off to the Island of Okinawa where Miyagi's family lives. Upon Miyagi's return to his homeland, he is reunited with his long- last childhood love Yukie. Despite their youthful love for one another, Yukie was forced to marry Miyagi's rival, Sato in an arranged marriage causing Miyagi to flee Okinawa instead of fighting for the woman that he loved. Now that his rival is a powerful karate expert and a rich, embittered landowner who demands a final grudge match with the wise and elderly Miyagi. As Sato threatens Miyagi and his family, his nephew, Chozen is out to fight Daniel in a battle of young wills. Both teacher and student are forced to stand up to their rivals in an action-packed climax. The final fight aganist Daniel and Chozen is awesome. The emotionally charged adventures of Daniel and Miyagi are set aganist the beauty and honor of old world Japan, instilling a rich sense of history into their mastery and understanding of the ancient art of karate. The rousing soundtrack includes the Oscar- winning hit, "Glory Of Love" by Peter Cetera. This is an excellent film which is worth seeing more than once.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Better than the first. Aug. 20 2003
By Kanchan
Format:VHS Tape
The karate Kid Part 2 was alot better than the first. Ralph macchio and pat Morita give excellent performances once agin. Daniel and Miyagi are awesome characters. I think it's cool how they were able to make a series where two people such far apart in ages can be such great friends. Anyway in Karate kid 2 Daniel and Miyagi travel to Okinawa after Miyagi gets word that his father has become very ill. To make matters worse Miyagi has problem with sato his former best friend. Really, Sato has a problem with Miyagi over an old girlfriend. Daniel ends up having a problem of his own with Sato's nephew Chozen. The last fight aganist Daniel and Chozen in the festival of the dead was awesome.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of my personal favorites... April 18 2003
Although the plot is not as complex as Star Wars and Lord of the Rings, this movie has a deep place in my heart. The story is a powerful one of Miyagi's having to return to Okinawa to see his dying father and confront an old friend who is now his enemy. He takes Daniel along, of course, and Daniel gets to experience first hand the culture that his Karate came from. While there the two have many experiences, which I will not ruin for you if you haven't seen the movie, and overcome some personal obstacles. This is my favorite in the series, and one of my all-time favorite movies. Characters become more developed and the story is classic. if the first one is Daniel's story, this one is Miyagi's. This is a MUST watch!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Karate Kidding!
My boyfriend and I went to see this movie and were throughly tickled by it and throughout it! Actually he was the one who did most of the tickeling... Read more
Published on July 7 2004 by Eric Vehimeyer from St. Pete FL and NCHS
2.0 out of 5 stars And so the series' digression starts....
When John G. Avildsen's "The Karate Kid" was a smash hit, the fact that a sequel would be made was inevitable. Perhaps even a trilogy would form. Read more
Published on Nov. 23 2003 by John
3.0 out of 5 stars The Glory of Karate
"We'll live forever, knowing together that we did it all for the Glory of Love..." The sweeping strains of that Peter Cetera theme song still choke me up. Read more
Published on March 28 2003 by Michael A. Deluca
4.0 out of 5 stars When we last left Daniel...
...he had just won the bad-... Karate tournament. We get a quick glimpse of Miyagi's fighting prowess as he keeps Master Kobra Kai from killing the kid that lost to Daniel. Read more
Published on Jan. 6 2003 by Eric James Cooper
5.0 out of 5 stars Does not embarrass uncle
The best of the Karate Kid movies. Despite all that stuff Mr. Miyagi's always saying about not using karate to defend plastic metal trophy, in this one, Daniel doesn't, which is... Read more
Published on Nov. 30 2002 by Albert Michael
4.0 out of 5 stars The Karate Kid Part II:The Return of Daniel LaRusso
This was the best sequel in the series. This had a lot of Action and Drama. This takes place right where the first left off, Daniel(Ralph Macchio) won the tournament and he and Mr. Read more
Published on Oct. 5 2002 by Mark Tatum
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