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ee03413ba2 A film depicting the invasion of the United States from the south by Communist forces from Cuba, Nicaragua, and the Soviet Union in the beginning of World War III, and then the efforts of partisans from a small Colorado town to turn back the invasion.
From out of the sky, Soviet, Nicaraguan, and Cuban troops begin landing on the football field of a Colorado high school. In a few seconds, the paratroopers have attacked the school and sent a group of teenagers fleeing into the mountains. Armed only with hunting rifles, pistols, and bows and arrows, the teens struggle to survive the bitter winter and the Soviet K.G.B. patrols hunting for them. Eventually, trouble arises when they kill a group of Soviet soldiers on patrol in the highlands. Soon they will wage their own guerrilla warfare against the invading Soviet troops under the banner of "Wolverines!"
As an action movie, RED DAWN certainly has its logistics in the right place. It also gives us a cast of future stars (Charlie Sheen, Lea Thompson, Jennifer Grey, Patrick Swayze) and veterans (Ben Johnson, Harry Dean Stanton, Powers Boothe, William Smith) all giving it their best in a story of a small Colorado town being overrun by Soviet and Cuban forces at the dawn of World War III.<br/><br/>Not surprisingly, given when this was made, during the height of the Reagan years and enhanced tensions between the U.S. and the Soviets after the Korean Airlines shootdown, the film&#39;s politics worked to parallel real-life nack in 1984. The further non-surprise is that the film&#39;s director, John Milius, is practically the only one of the 1960s film school generation to harbor a seemingly insatiable taste for war, guns, and far right-wing politics.<br/><br/>It&#39;s too bad that he had to resort to such tastes here, because those beliefs of his totally weigh down what appeared to be a very realistic scenario. In much the same way that John Wayne (another Hollywood right-wing politico) had allowed his politics to interfere with his cinematic sense in THE GREEN BERETS, Milius allowed his own right-wing brand of political correctness to seriously date RED DAWN today. His action sequences are inspired more by the mechanations of Sam Peckinpah than anything else, and they are well choreographed. But the flag-waving bluster of his dialogue is cinematically unnecessary, if not downright laughable now.<br/><br/>Simply put, the politics of RED DAWN, much like the similar RAMBO and MISSING IN ACTION films of the same time, have badly dated it in the era of PLATOON, FULL METAL JACKET, and SAVING PRIVATE RYAN. It was good back in &#39;84, but it could never be a classic.
I sat down and watched this for the first time in 16 years, and was pleasantly surprised. Yes, it&#39;s bloody. Yes, it&#39;s violent. Yes, the cast is not all on the same playing field, but the message of the film is exceedingly simple: Don&#39;t get complacent.<br/><br/>Some of the film is a little chilling in light of Sept. 11, but there&#39;s enough silliness to keep you from getting too depressed. 1. You can laugh at the clothes, 2. You can laugh at the dialogue, and 3. You can laugh at how homely they managed to get Jennifer Grey and Lea Thompson to look. Also, keep in mind that this is from the screenwriter of Magnum Force and Apocalypse Now, and the screenwriter/director of Dillinger and Conan the Barbarian. Kevin Reynolds wrote the original screen story, which was supposed to b

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