Picture from The Karate Kid (2010)
Overall B+

When his single mother (Taraji P. Henson) gets a job in China, Dre Parker (Jaden Smith) is forced to make a new home in an unfamiliar land. Immediately singled out and bullied by his peers at school, the young boy's only defense comes in an unusual form -- an older man (Jackie Chan) who is willing to teach him martial arts.

Violence C+
Sexual Content A-
Profanity B+
Substance Use C+

The Karate Kid (2010)

The most recent home video release of this movie is October 5, 2010. Here are some details…

The 2010 remake of The Karate Kid releases to DVD and Blu-ray on October 5th, 2010.

The Karate Kid on DVD includes:

- Feature Film

- Interactive Feature: Chinese Lessons

- Just for Kicks: The Making of The Karate Kid

- Music Video: Never Say Never preformed by Justin Bieber and featuring Jaden Smith

THE KARATE KID packaged in a Blu-ray Combo Pack (Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Copy) includes:

- Blu-ray copy of the film

- Just for Kicks: The Making of The Karate Kid

- Music Video: Never Say Never preformed by Justin Bieber and featuring Jaden Smith

- Alternate Ending: Watch Jackie Chan Fight!

- Interactive Features: Chinese Lessons and On Location: The Karate Kid Interactive Map of China.

- Production Diaries Hosted by Jackie Chan

- movieIQ+sync™

- PS3 Wallpaper Theme

- Digital copy of the film for the PSP, PC, Mac or iPod

- DVD copy of the film.

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This movie is a remake of the 1984 Karate Kid starring Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita. The challenge of learning martial arts befalls an eager, but athletically awkward candidate in the animated movie Kung Fu Panda. Screen veteran Jackie Chan can be seen in the family-friendly films The Spy Next Door and The Forbidden Kingdom. Young Jaden Smith is the son of actor Will Smith, and appeared with his father in The Pursuit of Happyness.

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