These guys are on the elder end of the "child" spectrum.
Our 6 Favorite Child Soldiers From Film And Television
Monday, November 12 by

You are most definitely NOT the boss of them.

Wait. This can't be right. Shit.
It’s May Day, So Here Are Our Favorite Movie Communists
Tuesday, May 1 by

I’m picking up where that patriot Joe McCarthy left off.

6 World War 3 Movies You Hope Never Come True
Tuesday, April 10 by Frost

If the next world war hit there wouldn’t be enough time to truly celebrate the end of the world even if you ended up restarting civilization in an abandoned party…

Delayed Movies: 8 Films That Sat on The Shelf For Years
Sunday, February 19 by Jericho Mccune

Most films don't get released immediately after they're finished, some haven't been released at al,l and there are many films that sat on the shelf for years before an audience…

Shockingly, they were all available.
12 Least Anticipated Films Of 2012
Tuesday, December 27 by

A great snack to enjoy while watching these films is Ambien.

"All that hate's gonna burn you up, son." "Keeps me warm."
WOLVERINES!!! ‘Red Dawn’ Remake To Be Released Next Year
Monday, September 26 by

It turns out that the studios didn’t want to offend China, lest they decide to boycott bootlegging the film.

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Chinese Bad Guys In ‘Red Dawn’ Changed To North Koreans For Maximum Profitability
Wednesday, March 16 by

MGM doesn’t care about North Koreans.

‘Red Dawn’ Remake Hurts China’s Feelings
Friday, June 4 by

Looks like China's a little bit touchy about that whole being a communist superpower thing. A state-run paper is miffed that producers of Red Dawn have chosen to villify them in the upcoming remake, instead of the Soviet Union as they did in the original. Problem is, there is no Soviet Union anymore. We crushed them after watching the original Red Dawn. Oh hey, I think I see their point."Despite the world's focus on U.S.-China relations in the strategic and economic dialogue and their increasing economic connections, China can still feel U.S. distrust and fear, especially among its people. Americans' suspicions about China are the best ground for the hawks to disseminate fear and doubt, which is the biggest concern with the movie Red Dawn."Oh, poor wittle China. Gonna cry? Gonna cry?? China gonna cry? Wh-what are you doing?? No, put that tank back. I was just blogging in a snarky manner. The internet demands it!!! AAAARRRGGGHHHH!!!!! (via Cinematical)