The Karate Kid (2010)
Dre: "I get it. You're Yoda and I'm like a jedi"
During one of the training scenes with the bamboo staffs, Dre's silhouette takes the form of the Crane Kick from the original film.
Roeper says he will have seen this movie by his next Movie Report Card
Poster shown in bookstore of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
Brett says they will review it in two weeks
movie is reviewed
Jay mentions that the film is #1 at the box office
The poster is at a bus stop.
Kyle Buchanan says "The Last Airbender" and "The Karate Kid" will encourage kids to sign up for martial arts
Mentioned in dialogue, and a poster is shown
Named as a recent movie made because of its recognizable brand name.
Referenced by Will Smith (Jay Pharoah) on Weekend Update
Appears on the list of DVD releases of November/December.
Appears on the list of Blu-ray releases of December/January
Mentioned by the narrator
a billboard for the film can be seen as the investors meet with Sandy at her food truck
Ralph Macchio mentions that interest in the remake of "The Karate Kid" helped lead to him being on "Dancing with the Stars"
Galifianakis mentions it when they're talking about "a teenager lost in Asia" to retrieve info from a silent monk
Aziz Ansari is dressed like his hero Jaden Smith in The Karate Kid, later Sudeikis sings a theme tune he wrote himself
Chester mentions that the Nostalgia Critic thought this version was better than the original
Lynda asks viewers to compare the remake with the original
mentioned among unnecessary remakes
"The only Karate Kid that I know is the Karate Kid with Jackie Chan and Jaden Smith"
Jaden Smith appearing in the remake is mentioned.
Poster pops up in response to Smeghead saying "That's like putting 'Karate' in the title of your movie, but having the main characters practice kung fu--", to which he responds "I walked right into that one, didn't I?"
Critic considers this a good remake.
Character dressed up as the Karate Kid for the Halloween party. He is also compared to Jaden Smith.
Max: ''Well, I loved The Karate Kid movies until Will Smith's kid ruined them.''
"This is like being in Karate Kid with no karate."
Mentioned by Michael McIntyre
Brad mentions that they had a "Karate Kid" marathon.
Poster is shown
Featured on a list of highest-grossing Sony films.
Title is referenced
Dre watches "SpongeBob" in Chinese.
the trailer is reviewed
Promotional excerpt showed during interview with Jaden Smith - Dre Parker get's beaten at ping pong by an elderly man.
Reviewed, clips shown
Reviewed, clips shown
Clip shown to introduce today's guest Jackie Chan!
Movie reviewed in this episode.
Clips of mistakes shown
remake compared to original
Popular heroes presentation.
The Karate Kid is #9.
A clip is shown.
Mr. Han initially tries to catch a fly with chopsticks, as Mifune does in this film, but ultimately hits it with a fly-swatter.