The Karate Kid 30th Anniversary

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In this episode Wayne challenges Michelle and The Justin’s opinions on The Karate Kid and why it may be the greatest sports film of all time. Darkest-timeline Justin and Michelle on the other hand were not as taken and thought it was too long, while Regular Justin was just as indifferent but thought it was too short.  Through this discussion we discuss the character motivations, the Stinson argument, whether or not Mr Miyagi was good at his job, how a janitor can afford so many cars, understanding Johnny’s Point of View, why Daniel is a great teen role model, and why Wayne thinks The Karate Kid is not a martial arts film. By the end of the episode Wayne gets his mind Blown by Darkest-Timeline Justin’s Fight Club theory, which surprisingly, holds together.

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