1984's "Red Dawn" might be the single most anti-communist movie ever made, and not just relative to Hollywood's usual material. The original version of the film practically oozes raw individualism and American resourcefulness, so much so that even the trailer opens with a paean to American exceptionalism: "No Foreign Army Has Ever Occupied American Soil."
And now, perhaps hoping to capitalize on the dual waves of 80's nostalgia and latent libertarianism sweeping the culture, Hollywood has apparently decided to remake the film, this time not about a Soviet invasion of America, but about...a North Korean invasion of America. Interesting choice of country, and it might explain why a group of teenagers is capable of winning. Watch the trailer for this new imagining of the film below: