The Karate Kid Part 2 - Martial Arts Movie for Kids

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The Karate Kid Part 2 - Martial Arts Movie for Kids

"The Karate Kid Part 2" is a 1986 martial arts movie that starred Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita. In this film, Daniel-san and Mr. Miyagi travel to Japan. This was the sequel to the original The Karate Kid movie.

This was a very successful film as it grossed over $115 million. However, Rotten Tomatoes (the movie review website) gave The Karate Kid Part 2 a score of only 41%.

For other martial arts films, please visit the Best Martial Arts Movies for Kids or Martial Arts Movies for Adults sections.

The Karate Kid Part 2 - Movie Trailer

References

  1. Rotten Tomatoes, The Karate Kid Part 2, http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/karate_kid_part_2, Added - 04/18/16


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