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a5c7b9f00b Resting on his laurels as an undisputed Karate Champion, Daniel LaRusso and his invaluable dear mentor, Mr Miyagi, return to the latter's hometown in humid Okinawa, after receiving an urgent letter about the sensei's gravely ill father. It's been already many years since the karate master left Japan; however, the need to tie up some loose ends of the past is as imperative as ever, as Miyagi's childhood friend and now an embittered sworn enemy, is still waiting for an opportunity to a lethal fight to the death. Obviously, almost half a lifetime isn't enough to leave the past behind--and to make matters worse--Sato's nephew, Chozen, thirsts to continue the feud by challenging Miyagi's love-smitten apprentice, Daniel, to a no-holds-barred match. But isn't love worth fighting for?
It's summer, Daniel just broke up with his girlfriend and was told by his mother that her job needs her to move to Fresno for the summer which Daniel doesn't like. Mr. Miyagi was going to let Daniel stay with him until he receives a letter from Okinawa telling him that his father is dying. So Miyagi leaves to go there and Daniel joins him. Miyagi tells Daniel that the reason he left Okinawa was because his best friend, Sato whose family is the most affluent in Okinawa, was promised Yukie, the girl Miyagi loved. So Miyagi asks her to run away with him and when Sato learned of this, he challenged Miyagi to a fight to the death. So Miyagi left. Upon arriving Miyagi discovers Sato still wants to fight him. At the same time Daniel finds a rival in Sato's nephew and best student, Chozen.
Inferior to its predecessor &quot;The Karate Kid - Part II&quot; offers more of the same but with less enthusiasm. Miyagi&#39;s (played by the amazing Pat Morita) lessons are powerful as ever, always the great treat for the series are probably the main reason why this sequel doesn&#39;t suck. Other than that, Daniel (Ralph Macchio) is irritating sometimes and the location setting wasn&#39;t much interesting to see worked on a plot. <br/><br/>It starts where the first ended with Daniel&#39;s triumph over his rival (Johnny Lawrence), and there&#39;s a bit of duel between Miyagi and the other guy&#39;s master (high point of the film). However, Miyagi is informed that his father is dying and he needs to go back to Japan to see him. What propels this simple visit to become frightening to the veteran master is two pending issues: to see again the woman he loved (Nobu McCarthy) but left behind and his best friend Sato (Danny Kamekona) turned into enemy since both loved the same woman. While the conflict between this two longtime friends starts and delays over and over, the guy&#39;s nephew (Yuji Okumoto) decides to torment Daniel just for the fun of it and to cause more and more trouble to the recent arrivals in town. Daniel&#39;s love interest (Elisabeth Shue) traded him for a football player but this time he has the company of a lovely girl (Tamlyn Tomita). <br/><br/>Although this was filled with some idiotic dumb moments and lines (the word &#39;coward&#39; is used so often that it becomes quite laughable after a while) and a painfully slow progression of events (almost a snooze, gotta be honest), this manages to succeed even after all these years being an afternoon&#39;s classic flick to many kids out there, still hasn&#39;t lost its charm. There&#39;s something about its essence that make

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