When North Korea invades the United States, a group of young men and women from a small town arm themselves and flee into the wilderness.
When they return to town a few weeks later, they find themselves behind enemy lines in "Occupied America." Most of their family members are dead. They launch a resistance movement, calling themselves Wolverines after their school mascot. But every time they attack on the invaders, the North Korean soldiers execute civilians in retaliation.
With the help of a downed United States Air Force F-15 pilot, the Wolverines organize raids on the North Koreans, who begin to consider them a serious threat.
The film, which is a remake of the 1984 film by the same name, was kind of a reunion of sorts for Chris Hemsworth and Isabel Lucas, who once co-starred in the Australian soap opera Home and Away and even dated for a short period.
The original can't hold a candle to this version.
Here's a remake that they should of left alone. Some of the more important scenes were left out or changed for the worst. I challenge anyone who liked this movie to watch the original and say it wasn't better than this cheap remake.
If there was an option to give absolutely no stars, than that's what this movie deserves. Who ever came up with the idea of North Korea invading the USA, and who ever even allowed it to go into production should be shot on sight. Can somebody explain to me how the hell would they be able to just bypass the most powerful Navy, and Air Force in the world? They probably used teleportation technology. This is got to be one of the worst, and stupidest movie ever made. I'd rather sit trough the most boring seminar, than suffer trough this movie one more time. If I had a time machine, I would test it out, to unsee this garbage.