With the fallen angel? You wager. “Crossroads” is a sprightly cross between a cut of life and a heavenly tale. What’s more, toward the end, it’s up to the child to get his guitar and outflank the fiend’s man, to spare Seneca’s spirit. This story is a blend of no under two dependable sorts.
It gets, clearly, from Macchio’s motion picture, “The Karate Kid” (1984), which additionally was the account of a young fellow’s apprenticeship with a more seasoned ace. It additionally gets from the incalculable films in which everything relies on upon who wins the huge battle, match, amusement or duel in the last scene. The idea of the confrontation with the demon may have been recommended by the blue grass melody “Fallen angel Went Down to Georgia.” But the momentous thing is the manner by which new this material appears, and how engaging it is.