The Karate Kid, Part III quotes are certainly quotable for movie fans. These are some of the best quotes from the sports movie The Karate Kid, Part III as determined by you and your votes. Released on June 30, 1989, The Karate Kid, Part III was the second sequel of the Karate Kid franchise. In it, John Kreese returns, set to destroy the relationship of Daniel and Mr. Miyagi. The film's tagline was "First it was teacher to student. Then it was father to son. Now, it's man to man."
What are the best The Karate Kid, Part III quotes? Do you like Daniel trying to reason with Mr. Miyagi, "I know you don't believe in fighting, but tournament karate isn't exactly fighting" and Mr. Miyagi's comeback, "Not exactly ping-pong, either"? Or do you like some of the lesser known lines from the film? Let it be known. Vote for your top The Karate Kid, Part III quotes and watch them rise to the top of the list.
Terry Silver: I owe you, man.
John Kreese: You don't owe me anything.
Terry Silver: Oh bullsh*t. I don't owe you anything? What about Vietnam, huh? How many times did you save my ass?
John Kreese: I don't know. I lost count.
California. Daniel is talking on the phone to his mother who has returned to New Jersey
Daniel Larusso: Hey Mom, how are you back in New Jersey?
New Jersey. Lucille is nursing her bedridden brother-in-law
Lucille Larusso: I am here with your Uncle Louie in Parsipanny. I may have to spend the whole summer with him. Oh, but my son will be starting college!
Daniel Larusso: Yeah I know Mom. Here I will put Mr. Miyagi on.
Lucille Larusso: Thanks. (talking to Mr. Miyagi) Thanks so much. Are you sure you are OK with watching after Daniel?
Uncle Louie rings a bell
Lucille Larusso: Oh no, I have to go.
Kesuge Miyagi: That is fine by me. You just help Uncle Louie. Nice mama! Good mama.
Terry Silver: What, you think you can rely on that crane crap?
Daniel Larusso: It worked last time.
Terry Silver: Hey, wake up and smell the coffee Mr. Larusso! Last time you weren't fighting this.
- Terry Silver: [to Mike Barnes before the match] Remember the game plan. First you win a point, then you lose a point. Keep the score zero-zero. Pulverize him for the full three minutes. Then in sudden death you get the point, we win. I want him to experience pain. First he suffers.
John Kreese: Then he suffers some more.