The Next Karate Kid
During a commemoration for Japanese soldiers fighting in the US Army during World War II, Mr. Miyagi meets the widow of his commanding officer. He gets to know her granddaughter Julie, an angry teenager who is still feeling the pain of losing both her parents in an accident and is having problems with her grandmother and her fellow pupils. Mr. Miyagi decides to teach her karate to get her through her pain and issues and back on the right path.
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. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Next Karate Kid torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: The "Purge" series of film have always had a sociopolitical bent to the them right from the get go, but this one "The Purge: Election Year" has more than its fair share of politics. Does it work? Can it be compared to our current world of politics and violence? I suppose, but that's an essay for another day. This "Purge" is well acted and directed, but seems very deritive of other films and TV shows, such as "The Walking Dead", "The Strain" and others. Overall, it's standard folder and I'm sure there will be more to follow.
(gb) wrote: I'll be honest, I didn't watch the entire film. In fact I only was the first six minutes, but I could tell in that short amount of time that in order to like this film you would have to have the mind of a certain prominent politician whom we all know and I won't mention the name. You can tell in the first six minutes that this movie is very poorly written, horrendously directed and terribly acted. The craftsmanship on this movie is so bad that I can't see why it would even merit being shown on late-night cable TV. Don't waste your time, and definately don't waste a spot on your queue like I did. Overall 0/4 Stars Grade = F
(kr) wrote: Great cast choices, but sadly, the plot is...good...and bad. Good in a sense that it was a good story (what it was trying to go for, etc.), bad in the sense of execution, one of the reveals falling flat, some boring moments...and overall, frustrating just like what the protagonist goes through in this movie. Whether it's worth a watch is matter of...how much you like the cast?
(mx) wrote: The picture quality is not very good. I feel like this is a story that has been told before. Beautiful successful woman can never find a man. Married lady's husband leaves marriage and finds a white woman. Well the acting is good and the characters are loveable
(fr) wrote: excpet for a very good start the movie was totally crap... frida pinto doesnt know how to act.. she reminds me katrina kaif in terms of acting.. AVOID!
(ca) wrote: Love Townes Van Zandt but this doc fell flat.
(br) wrote: tearjerker. for me it is the second best korean movie ever (first is my sassy girl heheh). i cried and smile at this movie. great story and great acting!
(ag) wrote: Oh man what a boring movie this was fell a sleep in the begenning that never happens everrrr it only got interseting at the end when it was over thank god I didnt buy this one this time
(es) wrote: Surfer and her friends hang out and surf all day.
(de) wrote: I read the book in high school, think I remember it being pretty good
(ru) wrote: Great movie that not everyone will get.
(de) wrote: A cop(Carl Weathers) gets up with a woman with problems of her own(Vanity) in Detroit to track down a cold blooded killer. This is one of Sharon Stone's first movies. Plenty of action.
(gb) wrote: The Duke tries to be Dirty Harry. Mixed results, but you can never bypass watching some of this train wreck when channel surfing.
(nl) wrote: Unlike a lot of Hitchcock's other films from this period, "Vertigo" is devoid of crowd pleasing fun and over-explanation of the plot . . . it's just an uncompromising, sad mystery. I'm not sure if this is his "masterpiece" but it's certainly one of best.
(au) wrote: Ho-hum. Arthur Newman in a word. At first, Arthur Miller is actually Wallace Avery ... a man tired of his humdrum life that includes: a mediocre job and love life, a divorce, an un-spectacular apartment, a tired routine, a boring car, broken dreams, depression, and a very strained (practically non-existent) relationship with his young teenage son. Wallace Avery (Colin Firth - The King's Speech, A Single Man) has had enough of his sad life and decides to purchase a new name and identity and get a fresh start ... and this is where Arthur Newman comes into being. Staging a sad disappearance at a Florida beach, Wallace Avery vanishes overnight and Arthur Newman drives north out of Florida as a new man in a new-ish car. A one-time golf pro, Arthur used his fake identity months ago in hopes of securing a new job as a golf pro at a small private club in Terre Haute, Indiana. On his way to Indiana, Arthur crosses paths with Michaela "Mike" Fitzgerald (Emily Blunt - The Devil Wears Prada, Looper), a pick-pocket/con-artist depressed over a failed relationship and the institutionalization of her twin sister. After she quickly learns his secret, the two reluctantly find themselves linked to one another through common situations and understandings of one another. His solo trip to Indiana becomes a road trip and the pair bond with one another and form a romantic attraction with one another ... while they break into houses and role-play (temporarily stealing others' identities I presume?). If that sounds as if it just came out of left-field ... that is exactly how it feels while watching it too. Before any explanation is given, I assumed she became an instant schizophrenic or something and was confused. I am still somewhat confused by its purpose and inclusion -- and it doesn't just happen once or twice. The film loses its way when this third layer of "pretending" began and it never fully recovers as each scenario becomes more grandiose than the last. While these two are living it up and "finding themselves" while pretending to be someone other than the person they are already pretending to be (?), those they've left behind in Florida (Anne Heche - Donnie Brasco; Lucas Hedges - Moonrise Kingdom) miss them. The movie is a jumbled mess and I don't even know who I am supposed to like and root for. First-time director Dante Ariola couldn't keep this all in order as he had too much going on to keep straight. When he lost control of the ship, we were all doomed.
(gb) wrote: This is the cheesiest of the trilogy, by there is something about it that still makes it slightly entertaining...
(ag) wrote: best movie I seen it I want to see it again I wish it was in the stores
(fr) wrote: Unarguably THE best movie about auto racing EVER! The DVD and especially the blu ray look amazing! Shot in Super Panavision and Cinerama, before any special effects techniques. Director John Frankenheimer gets some of the best shots of cars racing in film history! 30 years before the great car chase movie he also directed, Ronin. Filmed in 1966, this movie looks like it was shot yesterday!!