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    The Karate Kid

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    The Karate Kid is a drama produced by Columbia Pictures in 1984. The movie begins with Daniel Larusso and his mother moving from New Jersey to Southern California. His new home is nothing like the palm tree paradise he was promised, but things quickly turn around when he gathers a group of friends and even meets a gorgeous blonde. Yet it all gets crushed when Daniel catches the interest of a group of bullies that are skilled at karate, and are led by a character named Johnny. Daniel is continuously beat up and is the target of Johnny and his posse’s torture for the following weeks. In order to get revenge, Daniel attempts to learn karate and ends up being challenged to a karate tournament against Johnny. Taking pity on Daniel, an old custodian…

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    The Karate Kid Analysis

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    The Unforeseen Journey of a Karate Master Joseph Campbell, an american mythologist, discovered the many common patterns that ran through the hero’s myths and stories around the world. The many years that Joseph Campbell had researched this topic, he noticed that most and almost every hero's story contained a common pattern , even in diverse cultures. A story that showed this pattern was the movie The Karate Kid. The movie The Karate Kid cataloged the journey of Shao Dre who is learning the…

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    Karate Kid 1984

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    There is a hero in everyone. Even though there are several differences in them each hero shares a common characteristic. In the film Karate Kid produced in 1984 by Jerry Weintraub Daniel, the main character, is forced to move to California and when he arrives there encounters Johnny, the leader of the karate group called the Kobra Kai. After being bullied for several days by Johnny and his gang of friends Daniel then sets out for revenge and trains with Mr. Miyagi in order to get revenge on the…

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    Karate Kid Analysis

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    For many, 1984’s ‘Karate Kid’ was an engrossing smash-hit, packed with action and comedy that seized the audience. After 26 long years of anticipation, the fanatics’ prayers have been answered: ‘Karate Kid’ is back. However, the film takes on a twist, changing karate to kung fu. Directed by Harald Zwart, the film stars a new Daniel Larusso and Mr Miyagi, who have a new “wax on, wax off” to offer. Staying true to the original ‘Karate Kid’, this remake is sure to have you hooked with the same…

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    TITLE OF FILM: The Karate Kid Given Circumstances: 1. Geographical location, including climate: At the beginning of the movie, the location took place in Newark, New Jersey. However, throughout the movie, the location takes place in Reseda, California. The climate overall was the typical moderate California weather, which included a shiny and sunny environment. 2. Date; year, season, time of day: The movie takes place around the early 1980s. The season of movie ranges from early Fall to…

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    Film Analysis: Karate Kid

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    the Phillipa Gates' essay illustrating the relationship of two heroes with different race and background, we can cite movies such as Karate Kid by Jaden Smith and Jacky Chan. This movie was made in 2010 and was a reform of the other past Karate Kid. In this movie, the two actors learned to know each other, respect one another to work together for a common cause. In Karate Kid the two main actors are different, one is black (Jaden) and the other one (Chinese). The actors are from different…

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    The film discover the story of single mother accepting a job in china, force his son to move with her, transnationalism paly an important role on how the connection if both American and chines culture integrated in the this small family. Also showing the advantage and disadvantage of become a modern translation. The advantage of benign transnationalism is integrating with other culture for example the son in film has integrated with karate culture to over come his struggle with fitting in with…

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    The Karate Kid directed by John Avildsen is the story of a boy name Daniel and his mother making a drastic change moving from California to New Jersey. Daniel does not adapt to his new life, however he meets a girl names Ali that comforts his during this hard time. He did not foresee the distress that would come from her ex boyfriend. Daniel later finds out that the ex boyfriend, Johnny, is a member of Cobra Kai dojo. At the beginning of the film Daniels life is very unbalanced, however with the…

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    martial artsPermit us move again to where it began. Empty-hand is signified by karate. It originated from Japan Lloyd Irvin martial arts but is described to become a mixture of Oriental art and common Western strategies. Karate under no circumstances motivates preventing or even questionable progresses the very first position. Fairly, they are developed by karate experts to fight of predators. In a nutshell, karate is mainly for uses. In addition to that, karate never is targeted on avoiding to…

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    was blowing up balloons for my brother’s birthday party. When I sat up of my squeaky bed, I went to my parent’s room to wake my mom up. I thought to wake her up because she was very tired because, of my little brother that had waken up at least 3 times at night. Then I had taken a shower, even though I was going to get all sticky and sweaty later on that day. I got out feeling refreshing and re-energized. Before I went to bed that night I had ironed my black, rough karate gear. I first had put…

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