simwestmed.eu - Kaufen Sie Karate Kid günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen. 32 Userkritiken zum Film Karate Kid von Harald Zwart mit Jaden Smith, Jackie Chan, Taraji P. Henson - simwestmed.eu Han und Jaden Smith als dessen Schüler Dre Parker. Produziert wurde der Film von Jerry Weintraub, der schon die gesamte Karate-Kid-Filmreihe produzierte.
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Der zwölfjährige Dre Parker ist sehr beliebt in seiner Heimatstadt Detroit, doch als seine Mutter den entscheidenden Karrieresprung schafft, müssen sie nach Peking umziehen. In der Schule, in der Dre jetzt unterrichtet wird, verliebt er sich in. Han und Jaden Smith als dessen Schüler Dre Parker. Produziert wurde der Film von Jerry Weintraub, der schon die gesamte Karate-Kid-Filmreihe produzierte. Jaden Smith – Wikipedia. Außenseiter Dre (Jaden Smith) wird mit Hilfe von Jackie Chan zum 'Karate Kid'. Für Kids mit Sitzfleisch ist das solide Unterhaltung. simwestmed.eu - Kaufen Sie Karate Kid günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu einer vielseitigen. Nachdem Dre Parker (Jaden Smith) und seine Mutter (Taraji P. Henson) von Detroit nach China gezogen sind, fühlt sich Dre in der neuen, völlig fremden Welt. 32 Userkritiken zum Film Karate Kid von Harald Zwart mit Jaden Smith, Jackie Chan, Taraji P. Henson - simwestmed.eu
Jaden Smith, erst elf Jahre alt, Sohn eines der erfolgreichsten Schauspieler Hollywoods, stand für Papa Wills Remake des legendären Karate Kid wieder einmal. Der zwölfjährige Dre Parker ist sehr beliebt in seiner Heimatstadt Detroit, doch als seine Mutter den entscheidenden Karrieresprung schafft, müssen sie nach Peking umziehen. In der Schule, in der Dre jetzt unterrichtet wird, verliebt er sich in. Außenseiter Dre (Jaden Smith) wird mit Hilfe von Jackie Chan zum 'Karate Kid'. Für Kids mit Sitzfleisch ist das solide Unterhaltung.
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Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Generally speaking, I have to say that the producers were trying so hard to copy the original that many of the scenes seemed 'forced'.
Even when they were trying to add a variation, it failed to produce the same conviction. Here is a list of my issues with the film: 1. Jaden Smith is simply too young for the role.
Between his meagre acting skills and the odd childhood romance, it just didn't work. Jackie Chan seemed very hollow in this role and lacked his usual spark and enthusiasm.
I'd say he missed the mark and the potential this role had for him. The scene where Dre discovers his master's past pain is particularly lame.
It didn't pull any emotional strings. Dre's mom was really annoying. The general age group for the kids was too young and forced mature concepts that didn't come off as believable.
The producers should have 'made it their own' and deviated further, instead of attempting a sad copy. I don't recommend this film.
It didn't even suck my kids in. Looking for something to watch? Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show.
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External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Han instead proposes that Dre compete against Li's students one-on-one at the upcoming open Kung Fu tournament, requesting that his students leave Dre alone to train for the tournament.
Li begrudgingly agrees to the terms as long as Dre shows up at the tournament. Han promises to teach Dre kung fu and begins to train him by emphasizing movements that apply to life in general.
He conveys that serenity and maturity, not punches and power, are the true keys to mastering the martial art. He teaches this by having Dre perform repetitive motions using his jacket, which teaches Dre real muscle memory moves.
Han takes Dre to a Taoist temple in the Wudang Mountains. There, Dre witnesses a woman making a cobra reflect her movements and later drinks the water from an ancient Taoist well.
After many weeks of grueling and laborious training, Mr. Han soon gives Dre a day off. Dre goes to see Meiying, persuading her to cut school for a day of fun.
She is nearly late for a violin audition that was pushed up a day without her knowledge. Her parents thus deem Dre a bad influence and forbid her from ever seeing him again.
Dre heads to see Mr. Han, but finds him apparently drunk, smashing the car he was working on. Han explains to Dre that he crashed the same car years ago, and that his wife and year-old son were killed in the crash.
He fixes the car every year but smashes it to remind himself of what happened; this inspires Dre to train harder to help his teacher overcome his trauma and get past the incident.
Han assists Dre in writing and reciting a note of apology in Mandarin to Meiying's father, who accepts Dre's gift and apology, promising that Meiying will attend the tournament to support Dre.
At the tournament, the under-confident Dre is slow to achieve parity with his competition but soon begins beating them and advances to the semifinals.
Cheng does the same by violently finishing off his opponents. Dre then beats Master Li's students, causing Li to order one of his students named Liang, Dre's semi-final opponent, to injure Dre.
Liang reluctantly does so by delivering a series of crippling blows to Dre's leg, resulting in an automatic disqualification.
Dre can advance to the final to face Cheng but has limited time to return to the ring or Cheng will claim the trophy. Dre pleads with Mr.
Han to heal his leg via the fire cupping method. Han reluctantly does so when Dre tells him that he just wants to overcome his fear.
Thus, Dre is set to face Cheng in the final. The match goes back and forth with Dre gaining a 2-to-1 lead. On Li's orders, Cheng further hits Dre on his injured leg with a powerful kick, thus causing Dre to lose balance.
Tied at two points apiece, with the next point to determine the champion, Dre struggles but manages to get up and uses the snake stance used by the woman at the temple.
The move is successful, and Cheng changes his technique and charges at Dre, who does a flip and catches Cheng in mid-air with a kick to his head, winning the tournament along with the respect of Cheng and his classmates.
Cheng presents Dre with the trophy and all of the Fighting Dragon students bow down to Mr. Han in respect, accepting him as their new master, leaving Li defeated.
Ending the movie, Dre and Mr. Han walk off happy as the music plays. On November 10, , Variety reported that work on a Karate Kid remake had begun.
Despite maintaining the original title, the remake does not feature karate , which is from Okinawa Japan , but focuses on the main character learning kung fu in China.
Sony had considered changing the title of the film, but Jerry Weintraub , one of the producers, rejected the idea.
Weintraub was also the producer of the original Karate Kid. On some occasions, the filmmakers had to negotiate with residents who were not accustomed to filming activity.
Icelandic composer Atli Örvarsson was originally hired to score the film, but he was replaced by American composer James Horner.
The Karate Kid marked Horner's return to scoring after his work on the film Avatar. It is performed by Bieber and Jaden Smith. The music video was released on May 31, The song "Hip Song" by Rain is used for promotion in the Asian countries and it appeared in the trailer.
The music video was released on May 22, In the Mainland China version of the film, scenes of bullying were shortened by the censors, and a kissing scene is removed.
John Horn said that the editing ultimately resulted in "two slightly different movies".