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The Next Karate Kid

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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.
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South Florida Sun-Sentinel
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May 22, 2013

Swank and Morita make a personable pair, enough so that we don't miss Macchio. The monks exude a benevolent presence in a film less trivial than it could have been.
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Radio Times
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June 14, 2013

A few pre-prom dance lessons are the only significant departure from the tried and tested chop-socky formula, although Michael Ironside is good value as Swank's sinister gym teacher.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
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May 22, 2013

While the message that a girl can defend herself against the boys threatening her is a good one, it's lost in a movie where the bullies look like Mussolini's bodyguards and where Julie waits for her boyfriend and Miyagi to come to her defense.
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Common Sense Media

December 15, 2010

Violent sequel doesn't benefit from gender change.
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Chicago Tribune
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May 22, 2013

Only the reasonably-appealing performances of Morita and newcomer Swank keep it all from becoming even more of a loser.
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Cinema Crazed
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August 07, 2014

An irrelevant foot note in the "Karate Kid" series that can be overlooked if only for being so vanilla.
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Seattle Times
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June 14, 2013

The Next Karate Kid is harmless as children's entertainment, but for 104 very long minutes, there isn't a recognizable human being in sight.
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Baltimore Sun
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June 14, 2013

Amid its familiar banalities and formula twists, The Next Karate Kid comes up with one new idea for dealing with difficult American teen-agers: ship 'em off to a Buddhist monastery for two weeks!
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Entertainment Weekly
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September 07, 2011

Not that girls will go see this or boys will care.
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People Magazine
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June 14, 2013

This desperate attempt to keep the franchise alive and kicking resorts to a backhanded kind of political correctness: introducing a surly teenage girl karate expert who goes around talking about "kicking butt."
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Los Angeles Times
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May 22, 2013

The overt message of any Karate Kid movie: Don't fight unless you absolutely have to. The implicit message: You'll always have to. Let the smitings begin!
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Variety
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March 26, 2009

The franchise is still kicking -- but not very high.
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