Tampopo is giving away five copies of the remade Karate Kid film to Confidential readers.
It tells the story of 12-year-old Dre Parker, whose mother's latest career move lands him in China. He is left with no friends in a strange land, and has nowhere to turn but to maintenance man Mr Han, who is secretly a master of kung fu. As Han teaches Dre that kung fu is not about punches and parries, but maturity and calm, Dre realises that facing down the bullies will be the fight of his life.
Dre is played by Will Smith’s son Jayden. Jackie Chan takes to the role of the mentor with ease and the relationship between the two characters has been said to ground the movie with sincerity and poignancy.
To celebrate the DVD being released on 15 November, Tampopo is also giving away a day at a stunt school for a family of four. You’ll learn how on-screen stunts are performed and get the chance to film your own stunt sequence which will be filmed so you can take home the memories on DVD. To enter you simply have to visit your nearest Tampopo and enjoy a meal. For more details of the prize, click here
Tampopo offer diners a tour of authentic Eastern flavours with dishes hailing from the likes of Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia and Singapore. Their steaming noodles and slow-cooked curries offer something for all the family. With two city centre eateries and one restaurant in the Trafford Centre, Tampopo brings street food and signature dishes from across Eastern Asia to Manchester.
If you want to win a copy of the Karate Kid on DVD, simply fill in your email address below.