The Top 10 Karate Kid Movies of All Time is a list of the top ten karate films that are either of karate’s most important or iconic moments in history.
The list also includes a few lesser-known karate classics like Ninja Scroll, but they also include some big hits, like Kanojo Densetsu, the first karate movie ever produced and released in Japan.1.
Ninja Scroll (1986)The Ninja Scroll is one of the most recognizable and influential karate scenes in cinema history.
It features a karate master fighting a giant lizard with a samurai sword.
This scene is one that remains in popular culture today.
The film was made in 1988, and it starred Bruce Willis as the lead, and Tom Cruise as a Japanese martial arts instructor named Kano.
It’s also considered one of Hollywood’s best movies.
It spawned a whole slew of sequels and spinoffs, and remains the highest grossing karate film of all-time.
It also spawned an animated series, which is one reason why it has so many sequels.2.
Samurai Warrior (1991)One of the few karate shorts to actually get a sequel was Samurai Warrior, which follows the adventures of a man named Takanori Mitsuha as he sets out on a quest to find the legendary sword.
The movie was originally released in 1988 and features a lot of different versions of Takanorimas sword.
Some have been re-released as karate action figures, and there are even several sequels.3.
Karate Kid (1994)The Karate Kids is the best karate-themed movie of all times.
The plot revolves around a kangaroo named Jack, who is trying to become a kung fu master by learning karate.
The karate world is so big that it takes up almost all of the screen space, and is full of awesome action sequences and a lot more memorable characters than most movies of the time.4.
The Karate Teacher (1995)Another movie about karate that is arguably the best of all of them is The Karai Kid.
This movie has a lot going for it, but it also has one of its biggest problems, which was the fact that it was made by Universal Studios.
The studio had just recently acquired the rights to Karate, and they wanted to make a film based on the franchise.
Universal wanted to take over the karate universe and make it look like it was a Universal movie.
The only way to do this was to hire an actor who would play a kaiju, which meant the kaijus weren’t real karate fighters.
The character actor for Jack in The Karage Kid was none other than Tom Cruise.
It worked, and Universal was able to make The Karakai Kid a $50 million hit.5.
Samurai Girl (1999)This movie is the second-highest grossing of all movies ever made, and the only movie that still makes the top five lists today.
It stars Shiro Mifune, who was a big part of the original Samurai Warriors.
The story revolves around two kids who, one by one, are thrown into a karaoke battle where they fight against giant kaijas.
The most memorable karate scene in this movie is probably when the two kids fight their way through an entire forest of kaijo.
The ending is also a perfect example of the kinds of action sequences that can make a movie really memorable.6.
Ninja Warrior (2007)This film was the third film to be released after Samurai Warrior.
It starred Tom Cruise and had the two characters fight a giant snake named Ninjato.
The snake was so big it took up a lot the screen and was filled with the blood of kenpo, a martial art.
This karate fight was the first of many, and many sequels followed.7.
Kano (2008)This is one film that everyone knows from the movie The Karagochi.
This film follows two high school girls, Yoko Ono and Miyuki Ono, who become friends after one of them gets stuck in a snow storm.
The second of the two girls, Miyuki, is a koanist, so her koan takes her to other dimensions, and she gets to meet other characters who also have koanists as characters in their stories.
The third of the girls, Ono-chan, is actually a kata master, and when she and Yoko meet she’s able to teach them how to kick.
The entire movie is really impressive, and on top of that it’s one of those karate kungfu films that people will remember forever.8.
Kanketsu (2009)The Kankens are the main characters in this karate series.
These characters are actually quite similar to the original characters, but the Kanken Brothers are not as well-known.
This series started with