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Montreal Film Journal: The Karate Kid Review

Montreal Film Journal:

I'd never seen a Harald Zwart-directed picture before, as his filmography seems iffy ("One Night at McCool's", "Agent Cody Banks", "The Pink Panther 2"...), but he handles "The Karate Kid" with a lot of skill. Or at least, he's surrounded himself wisely with, notably, cinematographer Roger Pratt, composer James Horner and French Canadian production designer François Séguin (a frequent collaborator of Denys Arcand and François Girard).

Add a cute little romance between Smith's Dre and a Chinese girl, a bunch of semi profound philosophical/spiritual lessons, and detours by some amazing Chinese locations (the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, the Wudang Mountains, etc.), and you get a truly rewarding picture.

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Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga Review – Fortress of Solitude

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga brings all the noise and heavy-metal action, but it also delivers an epic story about human resilience.

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Yesterday After Tomorrow Review: Mixed Bag of Emotions | Leisurebyte

Yesterday After Tomorrow Review: The movie has its moments but falls flat due to its lacking character depths and bad acting.

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5 Massive Movie Sequels Still Coming Your Way in 2024

What are some of the biggest movie sequels heading your way throughout the remainder of 2024? MenStuff takes a look at the most-anticipated incoming follow-ups.

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