Mr. Bean wins a trip to Cannes where he unwittingly separates a young boy from his father and must help the two come back together. On the way he discovers France, bicycling, and true love, among other things.
After his mother (Henson) accepts a job in China, teenager dre park (smith) is forced to move to the new country. He meets some friends, but loses all of them except for mei ying (Han), his new girlfriend, after getting attacked by a bully (wang). After almost being killed, he is rescued by therapist mr. Han (chan), who does much more than therapy. When dre has to fight his bully, Cheng, Han teaches him Kung fu, and now dre has to take bad matters into his own hands
Several scenes were cut and trimmed for the mainland Chinese release, including the curtailing of scenes with bullies and the removal of a kissing scene. See more »
During the celebration of winning the first rounds of the tournament, a photographer is seen taking pictures from very close range; under one meter. His camera is sporting a telephoto lens, which usually have a minimal macro distance of 1.2 to 1.4 meters. There is no way the photographer could have been taking clear pictures. See more »
Baby I'm Back
Written by Baby Bash (as Ronald Bryant) and Akon (as Aliaune Thiam)
Performed by Baby Bash featuring Akon
Courtesy of Universal Records
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises See more »
Before watching this movie, I read the reviews online and there has been a harsh division between 1 and 10 rating.
Honestly, this movie does not deserve a 1 or a 10, whether it is: Acting, Cinematography, Music, or Story.
Objectively, I think this movie is worth watching. Definitely not the worst, but not the best. Its content is interesting and is a visible step above the original Karate Kid, even though this movie does not feel like a remake (so stop comparing >0).
The movie entertained and left me with a satisfied reminiscence of the experience.
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