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Desc:Why Jackie? Why?
Category:Trailers, Horror
Tags:Jackie Chan, god awful, horrible movie inifinity
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Comment count is 44
freedoom - 2009-12-26
urbanelf - 2009-12-26
ping pong ching chong
Cube - 2009-12-26
Nobody makes anything original anymore. Everything is just a remake of something from 20 years ago.

Just like in the 80s.

Protoseth - 2009-12-26
Cube and I seem to be the only ones that remember how EVERYTHING in the 80's was just a remake of something from 20 years earlier, case in point "the Karate Kid" was a remake of a movie from 1966 called "Chopsocky Chums", in which Don Knotts played the part of the wise mentor to Michael Burns fish out of water, new to town kid, in a story about why sometimes, you have to stand your ground and fight, and also that you might have to spend a night bumbling around a haunted mansion. That part was cut from the remake with that Miyagi guy. I hope this is actually a remake of the original! Ghost-fu whoo!

Protoseth - 2009-12-26

mouser - 2009-12-26
Chopsocky Chums was itself a remake of another film where some orphaned kid found floating in a basket wound up kicking the pharo's ass for having had his but served by his minion while making mud bricks, without USING NO HAY.

In the original, it wasn't flee-traping chop sticks but a snake-changing stick.

Also, wax-on wax-off scene was a water parting fairy tale.

heyitslozeau - 2009-12-27
Even cubes comment is a remake.

TimidAres - 2009-12-27
Me and some friends agree that it should be called "the Kung Fu Kid" for 2 reasons:
1. Jackie Chan is teaching Will Smith's kid Kung Fu, not karate.
2. The title would imply a tribute to the karate kid, rather than a full blown remake, giving it some credibility.

Jellyneck - 2009-12-27
I'm going to play devils advocate here and just say that some stories get made and remade because they are good stories. The Karate Kid was a good movie when I was eight, and today's eight year olds should have a movie that teaches them that if you work hard, show dedication and respect Jackie Chan, you can be awesome at something.

This is not a cheap transformers remake made to sell GM automobiles, so five stars.

Xenocide - 2009-12-26
The flyswatter was a nice touch.

The whole thing where you can't be in China for 20 minutes without getting into a karate battle, not so much.
Camonk - 2009-12-26
Did you ever live there? Man, when I did, I got into so many karate fights. Two-fisted American adventure IS, apparently, a match for 4,000 years of history.

heyitslozeau - 2009-12-27
You realize this is a trailer right? not the first 5 minutes of the movie?

badideasinaction - 2009-12-26
My inner pedant is guessing "The Wushu Kid" just didn't have the same ring to it.
MrTodd - 2009-12-26
I'm going to be honest.
This looks considerably better than any of the other "Karate Kid" movies. Mind you, those movies were shit, but you know, whatever.
ztc - 2009-12-26
It looks sort of okay, but the kids are too young to make Jackie Chan look anything but a complete bastard when he's beating the shit out of them.

Knaaks - 2009-12-26
Um, how can they be shit if I watched them when I was younger?? Jeez, you need to learn how the world works!

Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-12-26
Way to pimp out your kid, Will Smith.
Testicles of Doom - 2009-12-30
Seriously, how many fucking movies can he shoe-horn him into?

"Don't you know who I am? Alright then, it's settled. My son will play Little Orphan Annie."

Hooper_X - 2009-12-26
So, how long until the inevitable BUT KARATE ISN'T CHINESE cryfests?
ztc - 2009-12-26
Oh, that's been happening ever since Jackie Chan was cast.

Doctor Arcane - 2009-12-27
Why not just call it Kung-Fu Kid, wouldnt that make more sense?

heyitslozeau - 2009-12-27
Thanks for starting one Hooper.

azazel - 2009-12-28

BHWW - 2009-12-26
I dunno, which looks worse: the trailer for this or "The Spy Next Door" which looks like "Jackie Chan's The Pacifier".
heyitslozeau - 2009-12-26
You know, I thought this was a joke when I originally heard about it. It's more wushuey kung fuey than I would like, but I'm still gonna see it.
Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2009-12-27
Oh fuck another Smith on the big screen.
KnowFuture - 2009-12-27
glendower - 2009-12-27
This seems gay.
Caminante Nocturno - 2009-12-27
Does he dress up like a shower and get beaten up by a skeleton gang?

Because if not, the makers of this film have to try again.
Hooper_X - 2009-12-27
I can assure you that that bunch of ragtag chinese street kids are no Cobra fucking Kai, sir.

Indidan - 2009-12-27

...Karate is a Japanese martial art.
Indidan - 2009-12-27

heyitslozeau - 2009-12-27

Rape Van Winkle - 2009-12-28

zatojones - 2009-12-27
isn't it sort of cruel to tell a kid you're going to teach him to fight and then go and teach him wu shu?
fluffy - 2009-12-27
This actually doesn't look bad.
phalsebob - 2009-12-27
Ok, what? They are moving to China for a better life? That's stupid. That won't be plausible until Republicans are in control for at least another two terms.
Jellyneck - 2009-12-27
yeah, maybe she's teaching english or something, but by all accounts the Chinese are way more racist than most parts of America these days, so good luck on that dream.

RomancingTrain - 2009-12-28
China can be pretty racist
http://www.thelifefiles.com/2009/12/24/meet-lou-jing-chinas-ne xt-big-pop-star/

CCCPZZZ - 2009-12-27
whacks off
a flaming monkey - 2009-12-27
movies make money.
StanleyPain - 2009-12-27
Jesus it's about as terrible as I would expect.
Doomstein - 2009-12-28
Waiting for the scene where he teaches Jackie about Hip-hop.
tamago - 2009-12-28
Kid looks like a live action version of Riley from Boondocks.
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