I have been a fan of karate movies since I was a kid, and I was introduced to them by my brother.
So when I saw that this movie is a reboot of the Karate Kid franchise, I was pretty excited.
But once I started watching, I realized that it was a pretty forgettable flick.
The only thing that was entertaining about it was the voice acting, and the plot, which was pretty much a straight up parody of the original.
But I can see why this movie might be a little hard to swallow for a younger audience.
Karate Kid: Karate of the Stars is a karate-themed comedy series created by A-1 Pictures, which is based on the Karasai Karate series of manga and anime.
This series of movies was first released in 2006, and it was an original concept of the anime, but it was adapted for the big screen with the release of the 2013 live-action film Karate Hero.
Its original story follows a young karate teacher named Kondo who joins the Karatasai in the year 2051.
He is named after the martial arts teacher who taught him the basics of kung fu.
In the original manga and the anime the teacher is named Katsu, and he is also the founder of Karatahasai.
But in the live-actives reboot, Kondo is renamed to Karatamurai and his new identity is his name.