Inspired by Hans Moleman.
Hmm. The kid fights dirty.
I wonder how Mei handles her?
By not having nuts, simple.
I love that your icon for that comment is that girl’s smug smile. It’s like fate.
Huh, I hadn’t noticed that there were already five karate kid movies.
The last two don’t count, in my opinion XD
I always thought the recent karate kid movie should have been called Kung Fu Kid.
Also, while I like Jackie Chan, his teaching methods weren’t as productive as Pat Morita’s. In the end, not only did he have a trained student, he also had a painted house, painted fence, sanded deck, and several waxed cars. Whereas making a kid hang up his jacket repeatedly only adds needless wear-and-tear to an otherwise perfectly good jacket.
I think the point Jackie Chan was trying to get from the kid in the 2nd movie was that he needed to listen to his mom. Because she kept complaining that he didn’t hang up his coat.
Haha, I think they had to keep the title if they wanted to associate it with the original.
Since it pretty much became a completely different movie in every other way, no one would realise it’s a remake, i guess.
Everyone knows that a man’s groin is his achilles heel.
“I was saying Boo-urns.”
Salute to Hans Moleman, for always being a good sport.
I haven’t seen the last movie, but at least it had an actual ‘kid’ in it, as opposed to a 20 something actor playing a teenager, which is too old to be called kid anyway!
I guess Mei will have to take care of Greg and his wounds now. As Ted said “Golden opportunity to score” =D
um, maybe it’s my browser, but the “next” & “last” buttons don’t all work, and the archives only show up to 2/15/2013.
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