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The Karate Kid

Фильм в жанрах «», «childish», «drama», «sport», продолжительностью 2 часа 6 минуты, снятый в 1984 году в USA на языках english and japanese

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The Karate Kid is a 1984 coming-of-age film directed by John G. Avildsen and written by Robert Mark Kamen, starring Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita and Elisabeth Shue. It is a martial arts film, and an underdog story in the mold of a previous success, Avildsen's 1976 film Rocky. It ...

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The Karate Kid is a 1984 coming-of-age film directed by John G. Avildsen and written by Robert Mark Kamen, starring Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita and Elisabeth Shue. It is a martial arts film, and an underdog story in the mold of a previous success, Avildsen's 1976 film Rocky. It was a commercial success upon release, and garnered favorable critical acclaim, earning Pat Morita an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.

Plot

Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) moves with his mother (Randee Heller) from Newark, New Jersey to Reseda, a neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California. Their apartment's handyman is an eccentric but kindly and humble Okinawan immigrant named Mr. Miyagi (Pat Morita).

Daniel befriends Ali Mills (Elisabeth Shue), a pretty high school cheerleader, at the same time angering her arrogant ex-boyfriend, Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka). Johnny is the best student at the Cobra Kai dojo, where he is taught an unethical, vicious form of martial arts. Daniel knows a little karate from books and a few classes at the YMCA, but Johnny easily defeats him in their first encounter. Thereafter, Johnny and his gang of Cobra Kai students torment Daniel at every opportunity.

When Miyagi witnesses the gang giving Daniel a particularly savage beating, he intervenes and single-handedly defeats all five young men with ease. Awed, Daniel asks Miyagi to be his teacher. Miyagi refuses, but agrees to go with Daniel to the Cobra Kai dojo in order to resolve the conflict. They confront the sensei, John Kreese (Martin Kove), an ex-Special Forces Vietnam Veteran who sneers at the concepts of mercy and restraint. Kreese and Miyagi agree to a match between Johnny and Daniel in two months' time at the "All Valley Karate Tournament," where the Cobra Kai students can fight Daniel on equal terms. Miyagi also requests that the bullying stop while Daniel trains. Kreese orders his students to leave Daniel alone, but under the condition that if Daniel does not show up for the tournament, the harassment will resume and Miyagi himself will also become a target.

Miyagi becomes Daniel's teacher and, slowly, a surrogate father figure. He begins Daniel's training by having him perform laborious chores such as waxing cars, sanding a wooden floor, refinishing a fence, and painting Miyagi's house. Each chore is accompanied with a specific movement, such as clockwise/counter-clockwise hand motions. Daniel eventually feels frustrated, believing he has learned nothing of karate. When he expresses his frustration, Miyagi reveals that Daniel has been learning defensive blocks through muscle memory learned by performing the chores.

As Daniel's training continues more overtly, his bond with Miyagi becomes closer. He learns that Miyagi lost his wife and son in childbirth at Manzanar internment camp while he was serving overseas with the United States Army during World War II. The loss of his family and Daniel's loss of his father further strengthens the father-son surrogacy. Daniel also discovers that the outwardly peaceful and serene Miyagi was a recipient of the Medal of Honor for heroism against German forces in Europe. Through the teaching, Daniel learns not only karate but also important life lessons such as the importance of balance, reflected by the belief that martial arts training is as much about training the spirit as the body. Daniel applies the life lessons that Miyagi has taught him to strengthen his relationship with Ali.

At the tournament, Daniel surprises everyone by reaching the semi-finals. Johnny advances to the finals, scoring three unanswered points against a highly skilled opponent. Kreese instructs Bobby Brown, one of his more compassionate students and the least vicious of Daniel's tormentors, to disable Daniel with an illegal attack to the knee. Bobby reluctantly does so, severely injuring Daniel and getting disqualified in the process. As Daniel writhes in pain on the ground, Bobby profusely apologizes before he is pulled away. Daniel is taken to the locker room and checked out, with the physician determining that he cannot continue. Although Miyagi assures him he has already proven himself, Daniel believes that if he does not continue, his tormentors will have gotten the best of him. He persuades Miyagi to use a pain suppression technique to allow him to finish the tournament. As Johnny is about to be declared the winner by default, Daniel hobbles into the ring. The Championship match is a seasaw battle, as neither Johnny nor Daniel are able to break through either one's defenses. At one point Daniel is knocked to the ground but takes Johnny down with him and delivers a blow to the back of the head, giving Johnny a nose bleed. The match is paused for Johnny to be looked at by Kreese.

Kreese directs Johnny to repeat unethical moves to achieve victory, such as foot sweeps to Daniel's injured leg, and rabbit punches. Johnny looks horrified at the order but reluctantly agrees after Kreese's intimidation. Despite the moves, Daniel gets up each time. At last, Daniel and Johnny are tied, with the next point deciding victory. Daniel, barely able to stand, assumes the "Crane" stance, a technique he observed Miyagi performing on the beach during his training. The referee signals to begin, and Johnny lunges in. Daniel jumps and delivers a front kick to Johnny's chin, winning the tournament. Johnny, having gained newfound respect for his adversary, takes Daniel's trophy from the Master of Ceremonies and presents it to Daniel himself, sincerely proclaiming "You're all right, LaRusso! Good match!" Miyagi looks on proudly as Daniel celebrates his victory.

Cast

Chuck Norris purportedly turned down the role of John Kreese because he did not want to portray a character that reinforced a negative stereotype of martial arts. Norris disputed this story during a February 9, 2006 appearance on The Adam Carolla Show. Norris insisted that he was not offered the role, and that he was already acting in leading roles at that time anyway. Additionally, according to the special edition DVD commentary, the studio originally wanted the role of Mr. Miyagi to be played by Toshirō Mifune, but writer Robert Mark Kamen was opposed to that casting choice. Mako was also considered for the role of Mr. Miyagi, but was not available due to prior commitments to film Conan the Destroyer, though he would eventually play a similar role in the film Sidekicks

The Karate Kid was the first time Pat Morita was credited by his birth name, "Noriyuki", in decades. Producer Jerry Weintraub asked him to be credited that way so it would sound more ethnic.[citation needed]

Music

The soundtrack album (containing songs from the film) was released on Casablanca Records. Of particular note is Joe Esposito's "You're the Best", featured during the tournament montage near the end of the first film. Bananarama's 1984 hit song "Cruel Summer" also made its first U.S. appearance in the movie but was excluded from the film's soundtrack album. Other songs featured in the film were left off the album, including "Please Answer Me," performed by Broken Edge, and "The Ride" performed by The Matches. "The Ride" has never been released on any album, but was made available on iTunes, Amazon.com and Rhapsody in April 2009 for the film's 25th anniversary.[citation needed]

The instrumental scores for all four Karate Kid films were composed by Bill Conti, orchestrated by Jack Eskew, and featured pan flute solos by Gheorge Zamfir. On March 12, 2007, Varèse Sarabande released all four Karate Kid scores in a 4-CD box set limited to 2,500 copies worldwide.

Track listing for 1984 soundtrack
  1. "The Moment of Truth" (Survivor)
  2. "(Bop Bop) On the Beach" (The Flirts, Jan & Dean)
  3. "No Shelter" (Broken Edge)
  4. "Young Hearts" (Commuter)
  5. "(It Takes) Two to Tango" (Paul Davis)
  6. "Tough Love" (Shandi)
  7. "Rhythm Man" (St. Regis)
  8. "Feel the Night" (Baxter Robertson)
  9. "Desire" (Gang of Four)
  10. "You're the Best" (Joe Esposito)
Track listing for 2007 Varèse Sarabande score
  1. "Main Title" - 3:30
  2. "Fight Nite" - 2:01
  3. "A Bumpy Ride" - 1:37
  4. "Dan Ducks Out" - 0:55
  5. "Bonsai Tree" - 0:43
  6. "Decorate the Gym" - 0:39
  7. "Miyagi Rattles Bones" - 2:21
  8. "Miyagi Intercedes" - 1:28
  9. "On to Miyagi's" - 1:33
  10. "The Pact" - 2:12
  11. "Feel the Night" - 1:56
  12. "Troubled Lovers" - 0:33
  13. "Japanese Sander" - 1:26
  14. "Daniel Sees the Bird" - 2:38
  15. "Fish and Train'" - 2:28
  16. "Training Hard" - 2:29
  17. "The Kiss" - 1:02
  18. "Japanese Hand Clap" - 0:40
  19. "No Mercy" - 0:23
  20. "Daniel's Moment of Truth" - 1:52

Reception

The Karate Kid ranked #31 on Entertainment Weekly's list of the 50 Best High School Movies. The film retains a 90% "Certified Fresh" rating at Rotten Tomatoes, based on 41 reviews.

Roger Ebert called the film one of the year's best, gave it four stars out of four, and described it as an "exciting, sweet-tempered, heart-warming story with one of the most interesting friendships in a long time." Janet Maslin of The New York Times also gave a positive review.

Legacy

The film spawned a franchise of related items and memorabilia such as action figures, head bands, posters, T-shirts and a video game. A short-lived animated series spin-off aired on NBC in 1989. The film had three sequels, and it launched the career of Macchio, who would turn into a teen idol featured on the covers of magazines such as Tiger Beat. It revitalized the acting career of Morita, previously known mostly for his comedic role as Arnold on Happy Days, who was nominated for a Best Supporting Actor Academy Award for his performance as Mr. Miyagi. Morita reprised his role in three subsequent sequels.

Awards and honors

In popular culture

  • The film helped popularize karate as a mainstream activity in the United States.
  • The song "Daniel" by Bat For Lashes was inspired by the film.[citation needed] An actor dressed as Daniel LaRusso is featured in the music video for the song.
  • The song "Sweep the Leg" by No More Kings was inspired by the film. The music video features much of the original cast, including Ralph Macchio, Martin Kove, and William Zabka, who directed.
  • Sweep the Leg Johnny, their name a reference to the film, was a Chicago-based math rock band in the late 90s/early 2000s.
  • In a few scenes of the film, Ralph Macchio wears a jersey from the NFL San Diego Chargers, #89. Number 89 was the jersey of Wes Chandler, a fleet wide receiver who served on the team from 1981 to 1987.
  • The hidden track "Segue 1" at the end of the Incubus album "S.C.I.E.N.C.E." includes a parody of Karate Kid

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The Karate Kid is a 1984 film about a boy who, after being beaten by local bullies using karate, becomes ...

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The Karate Kid is a 1984 film about a boy who, after being beaten by local bullies using karate, becomes a student of a mild-mannered handyman who also happens to be a karate master.

Directed by John G. Avildsen. Written by Robert Mark Kamen. Starring Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita.
Only the Old One could teach him the secrets of the masters. Taglines

Mr. Kesuke Miyagi

  • Daniel-san, you much humor!
  • Daniel-san, you look revenge. That way you start by digging two grave!
  • [repeated line to Daniel] Look eye! Always look eye!
  • To make honey, young bee need young flower, not old prune.

Others

  • John Kreese: We do not train to be merciful here. Mercy is for the weak. Here, in the streets, in competition. A man confronts you, he is the enemy. An enemy deserves no mercy. What is the problem, Mr. Lawrence?
  • Tommy: Get him a body bag, yeah!

Dialogue

Lucille Larusso: California, here we come! California...oh, what is the matter, Daniel? You do not like my singing?
Daniel Larusso: I do not like the song, Ma.
Lucille halts her station wagon in from of apartment complex which will become the new Larusso residence
Lucille Larusso: This is it, Daniel, end of the line!
Daniel Larusso: You are telling me.
Lucille Larusso: Will you look at those palm trees? Damn! You know what this means?
Daniel Larusso: Yeah. Watch out for falling coconuts.
Lucille unpacks car while Daniel looks around new apartment complex
Freddy Fernandez: Hey, are you new here?
Daniel Larusso: Yes, I came from Newark, New Jersey. My name is Daniel Larusso.
Freddy Fernandez: I am Freddy Fernandez. Welcome to California. Offers handshake to Daniel Hey, we were having an end-of-summer clambake on the beach tommorrow night, want to come?
Daniel Larusso: Sure!
Daniel looks for apartment, while passing an old lady holding a small dog
Lady with Dog: This place is a dump. You should return to Newark!
Daniel Larusso: How did you know I was from Newark?
Lady with Dog: I overheard your conversation with Freddy. I am a Jersey girl myself, from Parsippany. I never should have left.
Daniel Larusso: Parsippany? I got an Uncle Louie from Parsippany!
Lady with Dog: Louis Fontini?
Daniel Larusso: No, Louie Larusso.
Lady with Dog: Don't know him.

John Kreese: Fear does not exist in this dojo, does it?
Cobra Kai: No, Sensei!
John Kreese: Pain does not exist in this dojo, does it?
Cobra Kai: No, Sensei!
John Kreese: Defeat does not exist in this dojo, does it?
Cobra Kai: No, Sensei!
John Kreese: Prepare! What do we study here?
Cobra Kai: The way of the fist, sir!
John Kreese: And what is that way?
Cobra Kai: Strike first, strike hard, no mercy, sir!
John Kreese: I can't hear you!
Cobra Kai: Strike first, strike hard, no mercy, sir!

John Kreese: Class, we have visitors. Line up behind me.
Cobra Kai students assemble behind John Kreese, who angrily approaches Daniel and Miyagi.
John Kreese: I hear you jumped some of my students last night.
Kesuke Miyagi: Afraid facts mixed up.
John Kreese: You calling Mr. Lawrence a liar?
Kesuke Miyagi: No call no one nothing.
John Kreese: What are you here for old man?
Kesuke Miyagi: Come ask leave boy alone.
John Kreese: What's the matter? The boy can't take care of his own problems?
Kesuke Miyagi: One to one problem, yes. Five to one problem, too much to ask anyone.
John Kreese: Is that what's bothering you? The odds? Well, we can fix that. Feel like a match Mr. Lawrence?
Johnny Lawrence: Yes sensei!
Kesuke Miyagi: No more fighting.
John Kreese: This is a karate dojo not a knitting class! You don't come in here, drop a challenge and leave old man. Now, you get the boy on the mat or else you and I are going to have a major problem.
Kesuke Miyagi: Too much advantage, your dojo.
John Kreese: Name a place.
Kesuke Miyagi: Tournament.
John Kreese: (chuckles) You've got real nerve old man, real nerve. But I think we can accommodate you. Can't we Mr. Lawrence?
Johnny Lawrence: Yes sensei.
John Kreese: Fall in. (Johnny gets back in line)
Kesuke Miyagi: Ask one more small request.
John Kreese: Make it fast.
Kesuke Miyagi: Ask leave boy alone to train.
John Kreese: (chuckles) You're a pushy little bastard ain't ya? But I like that. I like that! All right, no one touches the prima donna until the tournament. Is that understood?
Cobra Kai: Yes sensei!
John Kreese: But if you don't show, then it's open season on him...and you.

Daniel is bicycling home when he is approached by the Cobra Gang on motorcycles
Dutch: Looking for a shortcut back to Newark, Daniel?
Johnny Lawrence: No, he wants to learn karate! Well, here's your first lesson: how to take a fall!
Dutch: Don't think about the pain.
Cobras shove Daniel into ravine then ride away laughing uproariously. Daniel trudges home then throws the bike in a dumpster.
Daniel LaRusso: This damn bike. I hate this bike. I hate this frigging bike. Stupid bike.
Lucille LaRusso: Daniel! What's the matter? Why did you throw your bike away?
Daniel LaRusso: Because I felt like it, Mom.
Lucille LaRusso: Please look at me when I'm talking to you (sees Daniel's bruises) Oh my god! Can you tell me what's going on and don't tell me about another bike accident!
Daniel LaRusso: What do you want to hear mom?
Lucille LaRusso: I want to hear the truth!
Daniel LaRusso: No you don't want to hear the truth. All you want to hear is how great it is. Well, it may be great to you but it SUCKS for me! I hate this place! I HATE IT!! I just want to go home! Why can't we just go home?
Lucille LaRusso: Look at me, I cannot help you unless you tell me what's wrong!
Daniel LaRusso: I gotta take karate! That's it!
Lucille LaRusso: You took karate!
Daniel Larusso: No, not at the Y. At a good school.
Lucille Larusso: But, fighting doesn't solve anything Daniel.
Daniel Larusso: Well, neither does palm trees mom.
Lucille Larusso: That's not fair!
Daniel Larusso: Like it was fair coming over here without asking me how I felt about it. Right that was really fair.
Lucille Larusso: You're right. I should've asked.
Daniel Larusso: Well I just want to go home. That's it. I don't understand the rules here and I want to go home.
Lucille Larusso: Let's clean you up and maybe we can figure out the rules here together. What about your bike?
Daniel Larusso: It's safer taking a bus. Why cant we just go home? Why can't we just go home and forget this place?
Daniel and his mother go upstairs. Their argument was overheard by Mr. Miyagi, who emerges from his office, troubled over Daniel's problem.

Daniel LaRusso: How come you didn't tell me?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Tell you what?
Daniel LaRusso: That you knew karate?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: You never ask?
Daniel LaRusso: Well, where did you learn it?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Father.
Daniel LaRusso: But I thought he was a fisherman.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: In Okinawa, all Miyagi know two things: fish and karate. Karate come from China, sixteenth century, called te, "hand". Hundred year later, Miyagi ancestor bring to Okinawa, call karate. "empty hand".
Daniel LaRusso: I always thought it came from Buddhist temples and stuff like that.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: You too much TV.
Daniel LaRusso: That what my mother tells me.

Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Fighting always last answer to problem.
Daniel LaRusso: No offense, Mr Miyajee, but I don't think you understand my problem...
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: [interrupting] Mi... ya... gi... understand problem perfect. Your friend, all karate student, eh?
Daniel LaRusso: Friend? Oh, yeah, those guys.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Problem: attitude.
Daniel LaRusso: No the problem is, I'm getting my ass kicked every other day, that's the problem.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Because boys have bad attitude. Karate for defense only.
Daniel LaRusso: That's not what these guys are taught.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Hai - can see. No such thing as bad student, only bad teacher. Teacher say, student do.
Daniel LaRusso: Oh, great, that solves everything for me. I'll just go down to the school and straighten it out with the teacher, no problem.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Now use head for something other than target Daniel-san.
Daniel LaRusso: I was only kidding.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Why?
Daniel LaRusso: Because I'd get killed if I showed up there.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Get killed anyway.
Daniel LaRusso: Would you go with me?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: No can do.
Daniel LaRusso: Why? You said it was a good idea.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: For you, good idea. For me, good idea no get involved.
Daniel LaRusso: But you're already involved.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Very sorry.
Daniel LaRusso: Well thanks for nothing then! Thanks for nothing. Like I didn't have enough problems already. Now I gotta carry your weight too. Thanks. Don't do me any more favors pal alright?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Daniel-san.
Daniel LaRusso: What?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: OK, I go.
Daniel LaRusso: Oh thanks! Thanks Mr. Miyajee.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Miyagi.
Daniel LaRusso: Miyagi. Hey, what kind of belt do you have?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Canvas. J.C. Penney. $3.98. You like? [laughs]
Daniel LaRusso: No, I meant...
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: In Okinawa, belt mean no need rope to hold up pants. [laughs; then, seriously] Daniel-san, karate here. [taps his head] Karate here. [taps his heart] Karate never here. [points to his belt] Understand?
Daniel LaRusso: I think so.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Good night, Daniel-san.
Daniel Larusso: Good night, Mr. Miyajee. Miyagi! Miyagi. Tomorrow morning?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Ten o clock.

Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Now, ready?
Daniel LaRusso: Yeah, I guess so.
Mr, Kesuke Miyagi: [sighs] Daniel-san, must talk. [they both kneel] Walk on road, hm? Walk left side, safe. Walk right side, safe. Walk middle, sooner or later, [makes squish gesture] get squish just like grape. Here, karate, same thing. Either you karate do "yes", or karate do "no". You karate do "guess so", [makes squish gesture] just like grape. Understand?
Daniel LaRusso: Yeah, I understand.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Now, ready?
Daniel LaRusso: Yeah, I'm ready.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: First make sacred pact. I promise teach karate. That my part. You promise learn. I say, you do, no questions. That your part.

Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: First, wash all car. Then wax. Wax on...
Daniel LaRusso: Hey, why do I have to...?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Ah ah! Remember deal! No questions!
Daniel LaRusso: Yeah, but...
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Hai! [makes circular gestures with each hand] Wax on, right hand. Wax off, left hand. Wax on, wax off. Breathe in through nose, out of mouth. Wax on, wax off. Don't forget to breathe, very important. [walks away, still making circular motions with hands] Wax on... wax off. Wax on... wax off.
Daniel LaRusso: Hey where do these old cars come from?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Detroit.

Daniel LaRusso: Wouldn't a fly swatter be easier?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Man who catch fly with chopsticks accomplish anything.
Daniel LaRusso: Ever catch one?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Not yet.

Mr. Miyagi comes home from fishing and finds Daniel close to finishing painting his house.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Oop. Miss spot.
Daniel LaRusso: What spot? Hey, how come you didn't tell me you were going fishing?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: You not here when I go.
Daniel LaRusso: Maybe I would've like to have gone. You ever think about that?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: You karate training.
Daniel LaRusso: I'm WHAT?! I'm being your goddamn slave man is what I'm being! Now we made a deal here.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: So?
Daniel LaRusso: So? So you're supposed to teach and I'm supposed to learn remember? For four days, I've been busting my ass and I haven't learned a goddamn thing!
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Hah, learn plenty!
Daniel LaRusso: I've learned plenty! I've learned how to sand your decks maybe! How about wash your cars, paint your house, paint your fence. I've learned plenty!
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Oh, Daniel-san not everything is as seems.
Daniel LaRusso: Oh bullshit! I'm going home man!
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Daniel-san! Daniel-san!!
Daniel LaRusso: What?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Show me sand floor.
Daniel LaRusso: I can't move my arm, alright? [Mr. Miyagi claps then rubs his hands quickly] What are you doing? What? [Mr. Miyagi starts massaging Daniel's arm] Ow! Ow, what are you doing?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Now show me sand floor.
[Daniel's pain has been supressed]
Daniel LaRusso: How did you do that?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: SHOW!!!

Daniel LaRusso: What where you doing on those stumps over there?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Called crane technique.
Daniel LaRusso: Does it work?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: If do right, no can defense.
Daniel LaRusso: Could you teach me?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: First learn stand, then learn fly. Nature rule, Daniel-san, not mine.
Daniel LaRusso: Where did you learn it from?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Father teach.
Daniel LaRusso: You must have had some father, man
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Oh, yes.

Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Excuse me, please. Boy cold. Must leave. Kindly remove bottles.
Drunk: Kindry do it yourself, Mr. Moto!
[Miyagi karate-chops the tops of three beer bottles]
Daniel LaRusso: How did you do that? How did you do that?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Don't know. First time.

Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: [on Daniel's birthday, after having already giving him a present] Go outside. Something show you.
Daniel LaRusso: What?
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Number two present. [leads Daniel outside]
Daniel LaRusso: [walking and talking] Number two present? You don't have to give me anything. You've given me enough already. [Miyagi keeps walking, silently] No really, I'm serious.
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: [stops and points to his fleet of antique cars] Choose.
Daniel LaRusso: [surprised and hesitant] Oh, no...
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Hai! Hurt old man feeling. [points again] Choose.

Daniel LaRusso: You're the best friend I've ever had!
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: You... pretty OK, too. Go, find balance. [chuckles]
[Daniel starts to drive away]
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: Banzai, Daniel-san!
Daniel LaRusso: Hey, banzai!
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: [beat; then; louder] Banzai!
Daniel LaRusso: [louder] Banzai!
Mr. Kesuke Miyagi: [shouts] Banzai!
Daniel La Russo: [shouts back] Banzai!

Daniel, Mr. Miyagi and Ali go out onto tournament quadrangle, where they are stopped by an official.
Official: Hold it. Only teachers and students on the competition floor. I'm sorry.
Daniel: Oh, but he doesn't speak English and I can't understand his instructions without her. She's his translator.
Mr. Miyagi says something unintelligible.
Official: What did he say?
Ali: He said you reminded him of an uncle of his in Tokyo.
Official{flattered}: Well, I guess it is all right.
Mr. Miyagi says something unintelligible.
Official: What's that?
Ali: He says you're very kind.
Official: Thank you.
Mr. Miyagi: Welcome.

John Kreese: Bobby, I want him out of commission.
Bobby: But, Sensei, I can beat this guy.
John Kreese: I don't want him beaten.
Bobby: But I'll be disqualified.
John Kreese: Out of commission.

John Kreese: Sweep the leg. (referring to Daniel's injured leg)
[Johnny stares at him in shock]
John Kreese: Do you have a problem with that?
Johnny Lawrence: No, Sensei.
John Kreese: No mercy.

Score is tied 2-2. The next point will mean the end of the tournament. Daniel assumes the crane kick position. As Johnny advances, Daniel does the crane kick to his head.
Referee: Winner!
Ring Announcer: Our new champion is Daniel Larusso!
Audience cheers. Both Mrs. LaRusso and Ali rush out to the mat hug Daniel
Lucille Larusso: Oh, Daniel!
Ali Mills: All right!
[Freddy Fernandez and his friends hoist up Daniel; Johnny accepts defeat and hands over championship trophy to Daniel]
Johnny Lawrence: You are all right, Larusso. Great match!
Daniel Larusso: Yeah! We did it, Mr. Miyagi!

Taglines

  • He taught him the secret to karate lies in the mind and heart. Not in the hands.
  • Only the "Old One" could teach him the secrets of masters.

Cast

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