Thursday, September 13, 2012

The Karate Kid Vs The Kung Fu Kid

The Karate Kid Vs The Kung Fu Kid


The in thing of messing with our childhoods just seems to keep fog roaring on, no matter how remote testy fans do. One of the latest is a restore of the 1984 classic, The Karate Kid. The news in the last part impecunious that Phantom Smith's son, Jaden, will be starring in the lead role, with Jackie Chan starring as the modernized example of Mr Miyagi. It's as a consequence come to non-discriminatory that this movie won't be a restore of the original: the words will "steal elements" from the local movie but is not a restore.

And, to make that difference gap, the filmmakers enfold alone so far as to rename the movie. So what are they renaming it? Accurately, according to Chan: "They don't want to call it Karate Kid any senior... They want to call it The Kung Fu Kid."

So they're remaking The Karate Kid, fine. And they're casting Phantom Smith's son as the titular character, of course. And they've dreary got Jackie Chan as the new Mr. Miyagi, great! But The Kung Fu Kid? Are they serious?! The filmmakers must've been reading all of the portrait websites (such as Transmission Rant) to principal their backs with that one, eh?...

Carry Inebriated mentioned The Kung Fu Kid as a that you can think of title for the project over a year ago, but now it's looking like that's what it's separation to be. As well as it the filmmakers enfold protective of neutered themselves, contradicting themselves in the upper limit stupid of ways: they're remaking a big movie, presumably hoping to capitalize on the name prominence of relations who loved the local as kids, and after that they go and give it a fresh title, solidly removing imaginary name prominence.

Our friends over at Best Fair point out the fact that the belligerent art of Karate physically has some of its elapsed family tree in Kung Fu, so the reason they may be undecided the name relatively is to be senior "culturally prominent and just what the doctor ordered."

Hmmm, of course, I price I can buy that - but you gotta' specific, the title of The Kung Fu Kid sounds pretty preposterous, to say the minimum.

The Karate Kid is one of relations movies that gets overshadowed by its diverse sequels (which slowly but surely diminished in quality from the local). And remote like the Rough line, people stare to forget that the local Karate Kid movie wasn't just one of relations fun, shining, "you like it to the same degree you think of it from long-standing" type of movies; it's physically a proficient movie of just quality that dreary got voted for an Oscar (for Pat Morita's notably performance as Mr. Miyagi).

It's yet several one of relations classic movies that just doesn't need several sequel, let comrade a restore. Didn't Hollywood learn from the tried and poor The After that Karate Kid?

What are your philosophy on the title The Kung Fu Kid, and about the current assumption of them play a part several Karate Kid?

Mr. Boggs - Sensei

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