YOU'RE THE BEST, ARRROUND!
"Hey, the little douchey guy just dropped him with a single feathery punch. That seems reasonable enough to me."
"But seriously, why are there 30,000 people at an amateur karate tournament? And why are they more enthusiastic than the crowd at most Def Comedy Jams? The only people who attend karate tournaments are parents and scout masters ..."
NO ONE'S EVER GONNA KEEP YOU DOWN!!!
"Maybe I should stop asking so many questions, and get back to being an unstoppable force of being the best around."
The song is so effusively congratulatory that it makes you want to believe anything. It's like the really persistent guy who tells a girl she's beautiful over and over again. She knows he's a loser, she tells her friends he's a loser, and yet the next morning she still wakes up in his race car shaped waterbed. The final montage of The Karate Kid may not be subtle or make any damn sense, but it's as effective as a chloroform soaked rag.
Daniel hugs Elizabeth Shue with one arm, his retired custodian best friend with the other. Film audiences leave theaters trying to figure out what just happened to them.