The movie Red Dawn (1984) starring the young Patrick Swayze (RIP) and Charlie Sheen was perhaps one of the more memorable movies of the 80â€™s. The prospect of a Soviet invasion of Continental America had been a frightening scenario that played well into the collective psyche during the Cold War. Fast-forward to 2009, instead of fearing nuclear holocaust or imminent military invasion, we are fearing the fallout of the worse economic recession since the 1920â€™s, not to mention owing a sizable chunk of our debt to the Chinese. So it is probably fitting that the new remake of Red Dawn (2010) due to be released in 2010 would exploit the public hysteria surrounding the possibilities of a Chinese economic takeover. Ironically in the original Red Dawn, the Chinese and the Americans were allied (probably as a result of the height of the Sino-American rapprochement at the time the movie was made). Chinese netizens were generally both amused and bemused behind the idea of China invading America, with some expressing satisfaction toward such an endeavor, while others disliking the portrayal of the Peopleâ€™s Liberation Army (PLA) on the set. This film is mainly targeted at the American teenagers, i am concerned once this film is released publicly, it will create a very negative impression about China among American teenagers. There are many anti-China plots in this film, considering children's strong sense of imitation, i am afraid how these children are going to treat Chinese and think about China after they watch this film. This film is purely to incite hatred towards China.