The Karate Kid,Part II (1986) is a Hollywood adventure-drama movie and is a sequel to The Karate Kid. Both Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita, formerly of Happy Days fame, respectively reprise their roles of Daniel LaRusso and Mr. Miyagi.
Part II begins where the first movie ends off, when Mr. Miyagi confronts evil martial arts teacher John Kreese (Martin Kove), who is loudly berating his student (and Daniel's former nemesis) Johnny for finishing second in the All Valley tournament. When Kreese breaks Johnny's second place trophy, Miyagi has seen enough. After a short brawl that mostly involves Miyagi dodging blows and Kreese punching the car behind him, Miyagi defeats Kreese, humiliates him (by eschewing a fatal strike in favor of honking Kreese's nose) and then watches as all of Kreese's students, including Johnny, dump their dojo uniforms and belts and walk away, departing from Kreese's dojo and his sadistic form of martial arts. Miyagi then explains to his protégé that being unable to forgive one's enemies is a fate worse than death itself.
Six months later, Miyagi and Daniel travel to Okinawa to visit Miyagi's dying father and martial arts teacher. They are confronted by his old nemesis Sato (Danny Kamekona), whom Miyagi fled Okinawa years ago in order to avoid a fight to the death with, Sato's rebellious nephew Chozen (Yuji Okumoto), Miyagi's ex-girlfriend Yukie (Nobu McCarthy) and her niece Kumiko (Tamlyn Tomita).
As Miyagi and Yukie re-kindle their old bonds (after fleeing to the USA Miyagi had thought that Yukie had married Sato, but she actually preferred to remain single the rest of her life than doing so), Daniel learns more about Japanese culture with Kumiko's help and falls for her. Later, he has to protect Miyagi's honor and the life of Kumiko and a little farmer girl in a fight to the death with an humiliated Chozen, who has been disowned by Sato after he and Miyagi made amends thanks to Daniel.
Daniel and Chozen fight in a water-surrounded center, and Chozen seems to be getting the upper hand and even Daniel's Crane Kick is no match for him. However, Daniel defeats Chozen with multiple strikes to the face, and then spares Chozen's life in the same way that Miyagi spared Kreese's life at the beginning of the film.
01.The Glory Of Love - Peter Cetera
02.Rock´n´Roll Over You - The Moody Blues
03.Fish For Life - Mancrap
04.Rock Around The Clock - Paul Rodgers
05.Let Me At ´Em - Southside Johnny
06.This Is The Time - Dennis DeYoung
07.Earth Angel - New Edition
08.Love Theme From The Karate Kid,Part II - Bill Conti
09.Two Looking At One - Carly Simon
10.Storm - Bill Conti
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