posted by Nick Taylor-Vaisey
Most disaster or war movies ease into madness. You know that lots of people are going to die, that it’s going to be noisy, and that you won’t have much time to catch your breath. So you’re treated to calm opening scenes as a courtesy. Not so with Red Dawn.
posted by Jonathan Cassidy Legare
Ah, Christmastime. A time for life lessons, like "always get into vehicle with strange men who demand it" and "roof-skiing is second only to real skiing in terms of fun; but it's first in terms of deadliness and ghost content." The Polar Express has it all.