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The Karate Kid, Part II [Blu-ray]

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  • Language: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Subtitles: English, French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Portuguese, Spanish
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: PG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 32 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0038M2RL2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #159,354 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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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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Format: DVD
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,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,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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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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Format: DVD
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. Miyagi(Pat Morita) are about to go home until they see Kreese(Martin Kove) looking very furious at Johnny(William Zabka) for loosing the tournament. Mr. Miyagi stops Kreese and humiliates him as well. SIX MONTHS LATER, Daniel finds out that Ali(Elisabeth Shue, but she is only in the first) dumped him for someone else. He also learns that he gets to stay with Mr. Miyagi for the Summer! Mr. Miyagi then gets a note from Okinawa and finds out that his father is very sick. So Daniel and Mr. Miyagi travel to Okinawa and runs into Sato(Danny Kamekona), Miyagi's childhood enemy. Sato challenges Miyagi to a fight but Miyagi refuses. Daniel has also made a new enemy, Chozen(Yuji Okumoto) who is Sato's nephew. Miyagi also find his old girlfriend Yukie(Nobu McCarthy) and Daniel finds Yukie's niece Kumiko(Tamilyn Tomita). Sato threatens to tear Miyagi's old town down if he won't fight him and Daniel must also fight Chozen for honor, too. This was also another good Drama and I'll say it again, It had a lot of Action.
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Format: DVD
Karate Kid II is not as good as the first, but sequals
rarely are. Karate Kid II is very enjoyable. Some think
that part II and III should have been switched around, and
I agree with that. I think this would have been a better
end to the series, with a few minor changes maybe.
Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita give great performances
once again. Daniel and Miyagi are awesome characters. I
think it's cool how they were able to make a series
where two people so far apart in age are such great friends.
Anyway, in Karate Kid II, Daniel san and Miyagi go to Okinawa
after Miyagi gets word that his father has become very ill.
To make matters worse, Miyagi has a 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. I can't recall the guy's name
that played Chozen, but I think he was awesome! Why didn't
he receive more roles?? It's a mystery to me. The last fight
could have been better, but it works. Great movie.
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Format: DVD
This was a great installment in the series . Though people whoe are not into Martial arts flicks might not appreciate it. The cinematography for the time was beautiful, and the score was wonderfull.
The acting was good enough for this type of movie. Some people wanted the classic american sequel were everything is just a contiuation of the first but the movie mimics real life. Girlfriends come and go and as Miyagi and daniel get closer they learn more about each other, what with Certain Asian cultures being a little withdrawn when it comes to showing emotion it is easily understandable why miyagi didnt mention his past life.
But if you go in expecting a ben hur then you obviously didnt do your research and of course you will be dissapointed. As a martial artist for over a decade i feel the movie did the best they could in two hours to show what would take years of understanding.
It is almost impossible to represent the martial arts on film without being boring or fake . I love jet li , jackie chan , yuen wo ping and others but even bruce lee stated that the fighting he did on screen was not what he would do in real life .
I think this movie hits the major aspects of martial arts training. Keeping your values under pressure, standing up for yourself and continual self improvement and if its a little cheesy ..... hey it was the eighties.
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