The Karate Kid is an American film based on martial arts in the year 1984. It is written by Robert Mark Kamen and directed by John G. Avildsen. The story is beautifully portrayed about how an expert of martial arts gets convinced and starts the tutorship about making a teenager, a karate master, who was bullied. The movie grabbed opinions from the critics globally.
The movie has got some engaging storyline, action sequences, performances and music. It proved to be a big hit grossing $100 million in Canada and US. It features Ralph Macchio, Noriyuki "Pat" Morita, Elisabeth Shue, William Zabka, Martin Kove.
The movie is a masterpiece and crafted very well. It is fun, exciting and jam-packed with actions, surrounded with neat direction, brilliant acting and a perfect story. The movie is about courage and inspiration. The story has grit, passion, and the will to succeed when life turns upside down. A must watch movie at all costs. The film does not involve any complications, it will connect you right from the start.
It is inspiring, with strong and memorable characters. It is also rated as one of the best martial arts movies ever made. It is extremely intriguing to observe that how a storyline with such simple plot can progress so fast. The casting is highly commendable as the characters have done tremendous job to their respective roles. The story will teach about balance.