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Red Dawn opens with one of the most shocking scenes ever filmed; on a peaceful morning, through the windows of a high school classroom, students see paratroopers land on the varsity football field: the invasion of the United States has begun! As their town is overrun by foreign nationals, eight teenagers escape to the mountains. Taking the name of their high school football team, the Wolverines, they wage unremitting guerrilla warfare in defense of their parents, their friends and their country. Powerful, chilling and absolutely gripping, this outstanding film features some of today's most popular stars, including Patrick Swayze (Ghost), Charlie Sheen (Platoon), C. Thomas Howell (The Hitcher), Lea Thompson ("Caroline in the City"), Jennifer Grey (Dirty Dancing) and veteran actor Harry Dean Stanton (Alien). When it comes to thrilling entertainment, Red Dawn wins the war with a vengeance!
It was on sale for 4.00 so it was an easy purchase its a good movie that has some flaws but still worth the watchPublished 18 days ago by Peter Hogel
Should be watched by every young male and female over the age of 10. Better than the newer version. My nephew even got off his ADD inspiring iphone long enough to tell me that this... Read morePublished 19 days ago by S. Falco
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|"Red Dawn" release on Blu-Ray any time soon?||
Now that Swayze's passed, I thought I'd go grab this on Blu-ray and get nostalgic for that August 10, 1984 release day (my GOD!!!!! how could it have been 25 years already?!?!?!?). And what do I find when I check Amazon? It's NOT ON BLU-RAY!!!!! MGM, get off your PINKO-COMMIE BUTTSKIS and... Read More
Sep 18, 2009 by Charles Ballard | See all 9 posts
|Is the collector's edition anamorphic?||
I wish I knew! But, after looking at 4 or 5 sites that have the DVD, not one has mention of the anamorphic enhanced picture, not to mention the audio is in 2.0, NOT 5.1 which you would EXPECT in a special edition.
Red Dawn is a good movie, and it should be treated better by the company that... Read More
Jul 18, 2007 by RickDVD | See all 3 posts