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Red Dawn (27-Sep-2012)

Director: Dan Bradley

Writers: Carl Ellsworth; Jeremy Passmore; Kevin Reynolds

Keywords: Action/Adventure

Remake of the 1984 original tells the story of a ragtag group of mercenary teenagers who attempt to defend their hometown from a North Korean invasion.

ABSTRACT
Remake of Red Dawn (1984). In a dysfunctional future marked by an economically stagnant European Union, weakened NATO alliance, and increasingly-extremist governments in North Korea and Russia, the United States falls under attack one morning when North Korean paratroopers storm Spokane, Washington just after a mysterious power outage. Caught off-guard by the soldiers' arrival and subsequent execution of local police sergeant Tom Eckert, a group of area teenagers agree to form an armed collective known as the Wolverines, named after their school's mascot and tasked with restoring their community's freedom.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Michael Beach
Actor
30-Oct-1963   Doc Parker on Third Watch
Brett Cullen
Actor
26-Aug-1956   Dan Fixx on Falcon Crest
Chris Hemsworth
Actor
11-Aug-1983   The Mighty Thor
Josh Hutcherson
Actor
12-Oct-1992   Bridge to Terabithia
Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Actor
22-Apr-1966   Supernatural
Adrianne Palicki
Actor
6-May-1983   Tyra Collette on Friday Night Lights
Josh Peck
Actor
10-Nov-1986   Drake and Josh

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