Red Dawn Review

Director: Dan Bradley

Cast: Chris Hemsworth, Adrienne Palicki, Josh Hutcherson, Josh Peck

Synopsis: A young Marine, recently returned to civilian life, leads his friends in insurgency, when their Washington city is invaded, on all fronts, by a hostile foreign power.

One of the basic tenets of the chaos theory is that events are deterministic, suggesting that, given initial conditions, events are not susceptible to randomness. However, it is this precise determinism that, paradoxically, does Not make them predictable at all, but vulnerable to… chaos. This is the key premise to director Dan Bradley’s Red Dawn.

Chris Hemsworth, (Jed Eckert) a Us Marine, has recently returned to his native Spokane, after a six year tour of duty in Iraq. His father, Tom Eckert (Brett Cullen) is the city’s chief of police. Chris’s younger brother, Matt, (Josh Peck) looks up to his older brother, whom he thinks heroic. The brothers,
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