‘Red Dawn’

Then and Now: Critics Recoil at Pro-America, Anti-Communism Messages.

Saw the first one and will admit watching it maybe once or twice since then.

Was not to sure about a ‘remake’ especially considering whom the invaders are.

North Koreans?

But now reading this I am probably going to see it.

If the so-called lame critics ‘bashed’ it, well then it must be good!!

Especially considering what a bunch of lying Obama Commie loving asshats today’s media has turned into!!

The Chicago Reader calls it a “Tea Party wet dream.” Time Magazine says “both movies play like hokey advertisements for the National Rifle Association, injected with high school pep rally enthusiasm.”

The Washington Post’s review says the film will be “red meat for tea party patriots,” as if Obama voters would rather allow an invading force take over rather than fight back.

Film.com offers the most over the top reaction, suggesting the remake shouldn’t be on the screen at all.

Red Dawn” is one of the rare cases where a movie isn’t just poor, it is inadvisable. It is even, perhaps, irresponsible given the current political climate … The unfortunate thing is that some viewers may be naive to think that the movie’s scenario is rooted in some sort of realism. While I like to look down my nose at such rubes just as much as the next guy, perhaps there are some large-ish budget movies that just shouldn’t be made.