Looks OK, I guess, but I liked it better when I played it as “Homefront.”
In case you forgot how the Chinese got switched for the North Koreans:
People close to the picture said the changes will cost less than $1 million and involve changing an opening sequence summarizing the story’s fictional backdrop, re-editing two scenes and using digital technology to transform many Chinese symbols to Korean. It’s impossible to eliminate all references to China, the people said, though the changes will give North Korea a much larger role in the coalition that invades the U.S.
“We were initially very reluctant to make any changes,” said Tripp Vinson, one of the movie’s producers. “But after careful consideration we constructed a way to make a scarier, smarter and more dangerous ‘Red Dawn’ that we believe improves the movie.”
Yes, scarier, smarter and more dangerous. I’m sure that’s what it was.
At least “Tomorrow, When the War Began” had Australia getting invaded by unnamed Asian folk you could pretend were Chinese.