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And yet, inexplicably, for whatever reason, it spawned another sequel …

“The Karate Kid, Part III”

Good God … Where do we begin? Back in the ’90s, you had a 75.638% chance of catching “KKIII” on one of the three HBO channels at any time. I’ll never forget the spring when I was vacationing in the Caribbean — our hotel TV had six channels, including a Spanish HBO. Needless to say, one morning, “KKIII” was showing with Spanish dubbing. You couldn’t get away from it if you tried.

Fortunately, if there was a Hall of Fame for “Enjoyably Bad Movies,” “KKIII” would probably have its own wing. Ralph Macchio returns as the college-age Daniel, which would have been fine except for the fact that he weighs about 200 pounds, he’s at least 35 years old, and he has suddenly and inexplicably developed a Charles Barkley-sized rear end. Just the sight of him wearing jeans is enough to crack up an entire room. I’ve seen it happen.

Since it wouldn’t be a Karate Kid movie unless someone was trying to ruin Daniel-San’s life, they created a plot centering around the millionaire friend of Creese, who fell on hard times after Zabka lost the All-Valley Karate Championship. Blaming Daniel-San, The Rich Guy (played in career-ending fashion by Thomas Ian Griffith) develops an elaborate plan to deceive Daniel and Mr. Miyagi, hoping to eventually destroy both of them. Honestly, I wish he had.