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Chris Hemsworth, Josh Peck, Josh Hutcherson, Adrianne Palicki, Isabel Lucas, Connor Cruise, Edwin Hodge, Brett Cullen
|Screenplay||Carl Ellsworth, Jeremy Passmore, from the 1984 screenplay by Kevin Reynolds, John Milius|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital, Sony Dynamic Digital Sound, Datasat|
|Produced by||FilmDistrict, Contrafilm, MGM, Vincent Newman Entertainment|
|Violence||Intense, moderate (war context), frequent|
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What the Critics say
|Cape Argus / The Star|
Michael O'Sullivan More boom but no pop in remake.
Rozanne Els Dié yl storie en geskiet kon gebly het.
Frank Scheck Tackling terrorism.
David Ehrlich Spare us a Cuban version in 2040
|Chicago Sunday Times|
C. Fuchs The film isn't great. Heck, it's not even good as most of the action scenes (which is what most viewers of this film will be wanting to see) are so clumsily shot (the shaky cam strikes again) and edited that it's sometimes near impossible to figure out what's occurring; the plot logistics don't stand up; and the acting is so-so at its best moments.
Tomatometer The rebooted Red Dawn lacks the original's topicality, but at least pays tribute in delivering the same short shrift to character development and general logic.
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What the People say
19332 Netizens Not Only Hard to Believe
Average .. 33%