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- 1. The Karate Kid: The Karate Kid Collection (1984)
Reviewed by Brian Ludovico: In the last ten or so years, the Eighties Movie has become a genre unto itself, boasting such classics as The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Weird Science. Indisputably, The Karate Kid belongs in that same pantheon of film. Even though it’s not an original or unpredictable story, it’s a fantastic underdog movie that continu
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- 2. The Karate Kid [Blu-Ray] (1984)
Reviewed by Brian Ludovico: After 26 years, The Karate Kid remains an enjoyable underdog story. Sure, it shows its 80s roots pretty heavily and occasionally borders on the cheesy side of the street, but it has a nice mentor relationship at its center that carries it. The Blu-ray provides very good picture and audio along with a fairly positive set of supplements. This Blu-ray brin
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- 3. The Karate Kid II: The Karate Kid Collection (1986)
Reviewed by Brian Ludovico: Basically, if you liked The Karate Kid enough to own it, then you’ll have The Karate Kid II on your shelf regardless of what you think of it. That said, The Karate Kid II is a pretty harmless and occasionally entertaining movie that’s far from the worst of the sequels, even though it doesn’t have the Kove. Starring Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita. Columbia Tri
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- 4. The Karate Kid II [Blu-Ray] (1986)
Reviewed by Brian Ludovico: While the first movie provided a pretty enjoyable underdog story, The Karate Kid Part II is a drag. Parts of it just rehash elements of its predecessor, and the plot tends to be so stale and hackneyed that it plods along toward its inevitable – and unsatisfying – conclusion. The Blu-ray gives us erratic but generally positive picture along with pretty go
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- 5. The Karate Kid Part III: The Karate Kid Collection (1989)
Reviewed by Brian Ludovico: Note that The Karate Kid III (and its disc-mate The Next Karate Kid) is only available as part of the three disc set “The Karate Kid Collection”, which also includes The Karate Kid, and The Karate Kid II. Of the three discs, this one is the one that no one wants. Obviously it features by far the worst two films, it has no extras to speak of, and we see
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- 6. Mulan Movie Collection: Collector Set (2008)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: When it comes to recommendations for this Mulan/Mulan II double-package, I think it’s a good buy for fans who don’t have the movies already. That goes for folks who are primarily interested in the original Mulan and may not really care about the sequel. Disney, $34.99, 8/12/2008.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/mulanmoviecollection.shtml - 48k - 07 Dec 2018
- 7. The Karate Kid Part III [Blu-Ray] (1989)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson/Brian Ludovico: Essentially a cheap remake of the original, The Karate Kid Part III offers a feeble experience. Even the deeply flawed Part II works better than this bottom of the barrel scraping dud. Starring Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita. Sony, $22.99, 9/2/2016.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/karatekid3br.shtml - 18k - 18 Feb 2003
- 8. Mulan II (2005)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Will fans of the original movie find a comparably strong experience with Mulan II? No, but it stands as one of the better Disney direct-to-video sequels. Granted, it doesn’t have much competition, since most of its siblings stink. Nonetheless, I think it works pretty well and offers a mostly enjoyable way to pass the time. Starring Michelle Kwan, Ming-Na
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- 9. Mulan: Two Movie Collection [Blu-Ray] (1998)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Mulan remains one of the best Disney flicks from the modern era. It didn’t rake in mega-bucks of the studio’s most financially successful efforts, it stands as a very well-realized effort that aptly demonstrates the genre’s strengths with almost none of its weaknesses. The Blu-ray delivers excellent visuals along with very good audio and bonus materials.
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- 10. High Roller: The Stu Ungar Story (2003)
Reviewed by Colin Jacobson: Despite the presence of a potentially interesting lead character, High Roller plays more like a cheap Scorsese rip-off with few redeeming qualities. Michael Imperioli offers a decent performance as the lead, but otherwise this is a tacky, poorly told production. Starring Michael Imperioli, Renee Faia. New Line, $19.98, 3/15/2005.
URL: http://www.dvdmg.com/highroller.shtml - 23k - 07 Dec 2018
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