If you’re a fan of Hapkido movies, then you’ll enjoy watching the film “Khalid: Unstoppable”. This movie is a much-needed revival of the Hapkido training of Takashi Miura. It’s the next feature film after “The Karate Kid” about Miura, starring Dolph Lundgren.
The character of Khalid, played by Dolph Lundgren, is a martial arts practitioner in Japan. He first came to America to find a training partner who would help him defend himself against those who were following him. When the martial arts instructor who he chose to train with was killed, he decided to protect his community and sought justice.
The movie also brings the audiences back to those days when there were many tournaments where masters would put on their skill in Kung Fu fights. In the beginning of the movie, you can actually feel the energy and the excitement of the competition. We see that the skills and techniques of the Master are still in use today, even in today’s modern world.
You’ll also be surprised to know that the movie doesn’t have all the same Kung Fu fight scenes as a real fight, but uses the real techniques of Karate. These battles are not real. But they are much more exciting because you don’t know who will win and who will lose.
The movie director, Kenji Suzuki, has spent a great deal of time with Takashi Miura, the creator of Hapkido. He is one of the leading masters of Hapkido, and he brought Takashi Miura to have a cameo in the movie. You can actually feel the influence of Takashi Miura in the movie.
That’s why it’s a bit surprising that the movie is not more popular than the one about Karate Kid. But there is no denying that it is not bad at all.
In fact, the movie is like Hapkido, a continuation of Takashi Miura’s teachings. You can definitely learn new techniques from the movie, if you’re interested. Just make sure that you follow the character’s exact technique to avoid misunderstanding.
No matter how you watch the movie, you will certainly enjoy the experience. Watch the movie to get a taste of Hapkido history and let your imagination run wild while watching the Hapkido movie.