Holy shit, remember that movie? You know, the one where a legion of radical communist troops invades a sleepy Colorado town without anyone seeing it coming? You might have recently been reminded of it with the recent passing of Mr. Swayze, but don't fear, this movie has not lost its potency since dropkicking its way into the scene in 1984.
For those unaware of the premise, don't worry. I just explained it to you in the intro. It's that simple. Somehow, Soviet paratroopers get the drop on the whole United States and launch a full-scale, coast-to-coast assault, as well as a land invasion from Mexico. Patrick Swayze's character, a simple blue collar worker in their cozy town, escapes the clutches of the invaders with his son (played by Charlie Sheen) and his friends. They scavenge up some weapons and disappear into the wilderness where they form a badass, albeit often whiny, resistance force known as The Wolverines.