Why You Should See Karate Kids Trailer: Kids Are Just Like Us, Says Mom!

By now, most of you have heard about Karate Kid: The Karate Story, a new Karate movie that features kids from the world’s best Karate schools and a number of other iconic and memorable characters.

The movie will also feature a number more recognizable faces from the Karate world, including Nick Cannon, John Leguizamo, Josh Stitt, and more.

Now, for the first time, the Karas will be making an appearance in their own trailer.

The Karas have a history of making videos for children.

In 2008, the group released a video for their “The Karate Master” video, which features a child’s Karate class, the kids being in the middle of a battle, and even the Karates themselves.

The video went viral and was seen by more than 40 million people worldwide.

But the Karamas are also known for making videos with adults and celebrities in mind, including the Karats “Kids in Karate” series.

The series was released in 2014 and featured celebrity children’s character, Zapp, as a regular character.

The group also made a video with actress and Karate Fighter Mimi Rogers, which featured a boy playing Karate with the Karamu of the same name.

The group has also released a number Karate videos, including one featuring Karate Grandmaster Rickson Gracie and an even more popular one featuring actor and Karates fan Sean Astin.

As part of the new Karas documentary, we asked some of the Karames what they think about this trailer.

“They’re just as human as you or I. We’re all kids,” said Karate Girl Karate: The Movie’s director, Kana Hanselman.

“I’ve never seen any movie with kids as the lead character.

It’s a really unique experience,” said Nick Cannon.

The new Karates trailer is one of the first to feature a Karate girl in her own trailer, which the group hopes will encourage more kids to watch their favorite kids movies.

“Our intention is that the trailer will help us to grow the Karatas brand and reach more families and children,” Hanselmans said.

“It’s a great way to introduce our kids to the world of Karate and hopefully it will inspire a new generation to be more involved in Karates and become fans.”