The Next Karate Kid (1994)
Mr. Miyagi is back and he takes a new pupil under his wing: a troubled adolescent girl.The Next Karate Kid featuring Pat Morita and Hilary Swank is available for rent or purchase on iTunes, available for rent or purchase on Apple TV, available for rent or purchase on Google Play, and 3 others. It's a drama and romance movie with a less than average IMDb audience rating of 4.5 (33,077 votes).
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Why to Watch The Next Karate Kid
The Next Karate Kid offers a fresh perspective on the classic Karate Kid series by introducing a new pupil, a troubled adolescent girl, under the tutelage of the beloved Mr. Miyagi. This shift in dynamic adds a unique twist to the traditional storyline.
The movie is a blend of various genres such as Sport, Drama, Family, Romance, and Action & Adventure, offering a diverse range of elements that cater to a wide audience. It combines the thrill of martial arts with the emotional depth of drama, the warmth of family, the excitement of romance, and the adrenaline rush of action.
Despite its release in 1994, The Next Karate Kid's themes of mentorship, personal growth, and overcoming adversity remain relevant and relatable, making it a timeless watch for audiences of all ages.
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Available to rent or buy from $2.99 on 6 services (iTunes, Apple TV, Google Play, and 3 others).
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The Next Karate Kid has a less than average IMDb audience rating of 4.5 (33,077 votes). The movie is somewhat popular with Reelgood users lately.
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Mr. Miyagi is back and he takes a new pupil under his wing: a troubled adolescent girl.