Crazy Carl and the first black Karate Kid

This morning I sent Carl this link: Will Smith's Karate Kid and Crazy Carl didn't like it one bit. Is he a racist? Well, he could be, but that's not what this is about...

The following is copied and pasted from my conversation with Crazy Carl:

Read that first sentence. "Will Smith's son Jaden is set to star in a remake of cult classic 'The Karate Kid'."

You know what drives me nuts... moron journalists who know nothing. How can something be referred to as a "cult classic" when everyone on planet earth knows about it.? Karate Kid is a mainstream movie from a major studio, which 99% of Americans between ages 20 and 40 have seen. It was the 5th highest grossing movie of 1984. In fact, in the author's words "The first 'Karate Kid' - which starred Ralph Macchio as Daniel and the late Pat Morita as Mr. Miyagi - was so successful it spawned three sequels, the most recent being 'The Next Karate Kid', in 1994". That sounds absolutely nothing like a cult classic.

I can't wait to go home on thursday, and watch that cult classic tv show "Grey's anatomy", after I read that cult classic "the Da Vinci Code", and eat at the unknown little bistro called "McDonald's"

Oh Crazy Carl.