Cinema Art : The Karate Kid: Which was your favorite movie?

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Did you know that The Karate Kid is a semi-autobiographical story? It was based on the life of Robert Mark Kamen the screenwriter of the movie. At age 17, he was beaten up by a gang of bullies
after the 1964 New York World's Fair. He began his martial arts training in order to defend himself. I grew up on the classic Karate Kid movies. My favorite out of all of these was the original first one. I look at the second and third as a continuation of the story but spirit of the story will be found in the original.
Karate Kid
Karate Kid
The style of martial art performed by Daniel LaRusso and taught by Myagi was a style of the Goju Ryu Karate.
Next Karate Kid
Next Karate Kid
The style used by Hillary Swank is closer to the first kata or form known as Naihanchi Shodan.
The Karate Kid 2010 reboot
The Karate Kid 2010 reboot
Dre Parker was taught wushu martial arts a physically demanding form of kung fu by Mr. Han. Wu Gang trained Jaden Smith the martial art, the stunt coordinator responsible for Jackie Chan's stunts.

So do you like martial arts? What forms are into? Out of these movies which was your favorite?
Cinema Art : The Karate Kid: Which was your favorite movie?
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The Karate Kid, Part II
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The Karate Kid, Part III
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The Karate Kid 2010
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