Actors Of "The Karate Kid"
Characters Of "The Karate Kid"
Director of "The Karate Kid"
Critics Of "The Karate Kid"
March 29, 2011 The Karate Kid is an excellent coming-of-age sports film filled with heart and humor that doesn't test your gag reflex. Even if you love the original the new version is a worthy follow up, both comfortable and fresh, and that isn't easy to do.Read in Source
December 25, 2012 This remake is fun, lighthearted and enormously entertaining. A great family film.Read in Source
Christian Science Monitor
June 18, 2010 The latest "The Karate Kid" will probably work best for young audiences unaware of its predecessor - or of much of anything else for that matter.Read in Source
June 11, 2010 This year's Kid lacks the light-hearted buoyancy of the original; it's heavier with loss and a particularly vicious cruelty.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
June 11, 2010 The script follows the predictable path from humiliation to humility to a climactic showdown, complete with a deciding slow-motion kick.Read in Source
October 01, 2012 The screenplay gives Dre way too many dumb things to say while needlessly stretching out the entire story into a film that runs overly-long at 132 minutes.Read in Source
July 06, 2010 It's as sweet-natured a movie as you could expect about a 12-year-old learning to beat the crap out of his schoolmates.Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
June 11, 2010 If the movie's overlong (and it is, by about 20 minutes), it's long for a reason: It gives Dre time to grow.Read in Source
The Baltic Times
December 13, 2011 At two hours plus the film is much too long (do we really need that many montages of seeing Smith train?), but it just manages to provide enough watchable entertainment to keep less demanding members of the audience happy.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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