The Karate Kid

The Karate Kid

Part III

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Karate Kid Daniel LaRusso has an upcoming tournament in which he is the target of vicious student Mike Barnes. Mr. Karate kid, part III. Miyagi instructs Daniel not to compete, but Daniel's pride sends him to the instructor Terry Silver who secretly is setting him up to be the loser. The next Karate kid. Miyagi helps an orphaned 17-year-old tomboy to channel her anger through learning martial arts.
Publisher: Culver City, Calif. : Columbia Pictures, 2005
Branch Call Number: DVD KAR
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (112 min.) :,sd., col. ;,4 3/4 in


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Jkoczur Jun 30, 2015

The Karate Kid Part 3 was a good movie. The only thing was, Daniel did not defend himself, when he was being beat up. He did OK in the "legal" fighting, though. I thought it was rather mean of his girlfriend to leave him for some other guy after Daniel fought the gang for her. Good movie !!!!!!
5 stars!

ARamos123 Jun 24, 2013

Good movie. I don't get why people didn't like this movie. Of course it wasn't as good as the first one , but it had a interesting plot , and it was very believeable. The only part I didn't like is how his girlfriend didn't come with him , and had he had nobody with him. Overall, good !! Five Stars.

AmandaCRamos Jun 15, 2013

This movie is good too. All of the 3 movies were good for me. Ralph macchio is awesome.

May 04, 2011

Mr. Miyagi's fights are the only good thing in this movie.

This movie sucked. The only thing that made this movie some what watchable/worthwhile was because Mr. Miyagi was beating up everyone he fought. (No surprise). He just that B.A.

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Jkoczur Jun 30, 2015

Jkoczur thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 7 and 99


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