The Karate Kid Part III

Genre: 
Drama · 
Action · 
Adventure · 

Release Date: June 29, 1989

Status: Released

Running time: 1h 52m

Content Rating: PG

Revenue: $38,956,288

Filming Locations: California, United States of America

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Despondent over the closing of his karate school, Cobra Kai teacher John Kreese joins a ruthless businessman and martial artist to get revenge on Daniel and Mr. Miyagi.

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teen movie
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sport
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mentor protégé relationship
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martial arts master
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sequel
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war veteran
 · 
martial arts tournament
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martial arts
 · 
duel
 · 
fighter
 · 
adversary
 · 
business man
 · 
karate
 · 
confidence

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The Karate Kid Part III is a 1989 American martial arts drama film, the third entry in the Karate Kid franchise and a sequel to The Karate Kid Part II (1986). It stars Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, Robyn Lively, and Thomas Ian Griffith in his film debut. As was the case with the first two films in the series, it was directed by John G. Avildsen and written by Robert Mark Kamen, with stunts choreographed by Pat E. Johnson and music composed by Bill Conti. In the film, the returning John Kreese, with the help of his best friend Terry Silver, attempts to gain revenge on Daniel and Mr. Miyagi which involves hiring a ruthless martial artist and harming their relationship. Though moderately successful at the box office, The Karate Kid Part III received generally negative reviews, with criticism aimed at its rehashing of elements found in its two predecessors, though Griffith's performance as Silver received praise from some critics. It was followed by The Next Karate Kid in 1994.
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