Red Dawn
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Red Dawn 2012

A group of teenagers look to save their town from an invasion of North Korean soldiers...

Release Date:
November 21, 2012
Duration:
93 min
Director:
Dan Bradley ...
Cast:
Josh Peck, Josh Hutcherson, Chris Hemsworth, Isabel Lucas ...
Genre:
Action ...
Country:
USA

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Solar rating: 7.6

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Imdb rating: 5.5

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Those guys would not succeed if there were cameras all around the place like it is in modern society. Just nice... and emotional at the end.
I don't really remember the original and I knew what to expect from this. This is a good action movie and that is it. This would never happen in real life but hey not a bad film to watch on the weekend!!!!!!!;']
this one was ok I liked the action. but the first was way better it seemed like it had more meaning. with all the guns America has I don't see anything like this ever becoming a reality.
Josh is terrible, just terrible. He ruins this movie's greatness. It's a decent remake, falling short in quite a few places. Don't know why people are complaining about blood and guts, considering there hardly is any. If it were rated R, it would have been better. It felt more like a "Teen Favorite" action film, than it did anything resembling a raw backyard wartime movie. It isn't really bad, but it isn't all that good either. I give it a 6/10, as it could have been MUCH better.
The dude from 'Drake and Josh' absolutely ruined this movie. Not a bad remake apart from that !!
If you can get past the absurd idea that The United States of America Could be so easily captured by a foreign army it is a pretty good film. It wasnt as good as i thought it would be though.
6.5/10
honestly it was a great movie very patriotic it didn't need all the blood and gore to get its point across its inspirational and it makes you wonder what would you do for your home
In my opinion, it was "Meh". The action was pretty cool, but it was pg-13, and so there wasn't enough blood and gore to take it seriously, and there weren't any inspirational speeches either. I don't think the original was rated R, but the rating system was different 30 years ago and so it was a bit more "raw" then this one, if I remember correctly.