The Martial Arts Kid is a Must See Movie With An Anti-Bullying Message

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The Martial Arts Kid is a coming of age story about troubled Cleveland teen Robbie Oakes (Jansen Panettiere) who moves to Cocoa Beach, Florida to live with his Aunt Cindy (Cynthia Rothrock) and Uncle Glen (Don “The Dragon” Wilson) after getting arrested in Ohio. Upon his arrival, he meets a beautiful girl, Rina (Kathryn Newton), whose boyfriend, Bo (Matthew Ziff), has made it his personal mission to make Robbie’s life as difficult as possible. Now with something in his life to stand up for, Robbie soon finds himself learning martial arts from his Aunt and Uncle to protect himself and the people he cares about.

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“Bullying is something that continues today regardless of how we try to combat it, the only way that we as a society can make a difference is by bringing attention to it, showing kids that they are not alone and giving them a path to deal with it, combat it themselves and honestly showing them how to defend themselves against the physical. This is a confidence builder and will help them through out their lives. “The Martial Arts Kid” Movie is a must see film for all young people and adults alike, it has been acknowledged by a number of film festivals and the players in the film have had their fair share of accolades for their performances. So if you have the chance to catch it on Netflix, get the DVD or see it in a theater then you should.” – Louis Velazquez, UCW Radio Show host.


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