Red Dawn (2012) Script

NEWS ANCHOR 1: Fears of a second recession have caused panic in Europe's financial markets.

The severity of this recession will cause more pain before it ends.

MAN: European Union cannot bail out Greece.

You've seen the government of Spain coming out and saying we've had the same problem.

Portugal says the same thing.

There's some talk that Italy could be in trouble.

NEWS ANCHOR 2: US intelligence officials are growing more and more concerned that foreign operatives are surveilling computer systems that control America's infrastructure.

BARACK OBAMA: It's now clear this cyber threat is one of the most serious national security challenges we face as a nation.

NEWS ANCHOR 3: Then it might have the ability to go in and cripple financial networks, nuclear plants, chemical plants, all of which would have devastating effect.

NEWS ANCHOR 4: North Korea has now joined the Pacific Rim Cooperation Organization.

The group's formation is a clearer warning that further intervention in the region by the U.S. and its allies will not be tolerated.

NEWS ANCHOR 5: A South Korean TV station reports that North Korean leader Kim Jong II suffered a stroke.

NEWS ANCHOR 6: His third and youngest son, Kim Jong-Eun has been tapped to inherit power.

NEWS ANCHOR 7: Promoted from a nobody to high political and military office.

NEWS ANCHOR 8: As a kid, he was really loved by his father because he had a fit of anger.

NEWS ANCHOR 9: He will now lead the world's fourth largest army.

Groups are fighting against Russia's government from within its borders.

Rebels were planning to increase their violent campaign as the country prepares for the presidential elections.

NEWS ANCHOR 10: Russia's pouring more troops into the Georgian capital, Tbilisi.

NEWS ANCHOR 11: Ex-Soviet Georgia has become a focus of tension between Russia and the West.

We're working to reset our relationship with Russia.

NEWS ANCHOR 12: U.S. soldiers are being deployed with renewed conflicts in the Middle East, South Asia and the Korean peninsula.

NEWS ANCHOR 13: Critics suggest this leaves our shores unprotected.

NEWS ANCHOR 14: South Korea accused the North of firing a torpedo at its Cheonan warship.

South Koreans continue to protest against North Korea's attack on Yeonpyeong Island.

NEWS ANCHOR 15: Some are calling the attack a crime against humanity.

HILLARY CLINTON: North Korea continues to act in a provocative and belligerent manner.

There are consequences to such actions.

NEWS ANCHOR 16: Fueling the fire, the North has ripped up non-aggression pacts.

This is an incredibly immature regime in the North.

NEWS ANCHOR 17: The rogue North Korean dictator makes a wild threat to wipe out the United States.

NEWS ANCHOR 18: North Korea is like a spoiled child.

NEWS ANCHOR 19: North Korea is a danger to the world.

NEWS ANCHOR 20: What would North Korea possibly hope to gain?

NEWS ANCHOR 21: What will be the next step?

What is it that they want?

NEWS ANCHOR 22: What are they preparing for?

RADIO ANNOUNCER: So far, this quarter, Eckert has got to make up some ground and try to get in field goal position.

But with the clock running down and no time-outs left, Wolverines are in a tough fix.

(SHOUTING)

(GRUNTS)

REFEREE: Out of bounds!

How did that one feel, bitch? Get off him!

Hey, man, you got rocked.

He hits hard!

Matty, be careful.

Eckert! Thirty seconds left. Just get us in field goal range!

Come on, kid, now, execute!

Empty left! Empty left!

How's he doing?

Wolverines!

Your ass is mine, bitch!

You hitting on me, 53? Mac 53, Mac 53. Hut!

Eckert, you got to stop with the cowboy shit!

If I did that, I'd still be back on the 20, Coach!

Get Danny on the corner! Tell him to get his ass out of bounds!

Line! Line! Pick him up. Pick him up.

Lead your team, 9!

COACH: - Take us to the house, Eckert! Hut!

You got to stop the clock!

Take it out of bounds!

STADIUM ANNOUNCER: Clock is still running.

COACH: Field goal, Archer!

Coach, let me go for it!

You got to be kidding me! Field goal! Come on!

Kitner, what the hell are you doing?

It's for the podcast for the school website.

They allow cursing on that podcast?

No, sir.

Then get that shit out of my face!

STADIUM ANNOUNCER: No good!

And that's the game.

Final score, Titans, 17. Wolverines, 14.

Thanks for coming out tonight, Wolverines. We'll see you next time.

Hey, hey. It's my bad. My bad.

Hey, bitch! We're going to the finals, you want a ticket?

Awesome! Glad I could help.

God damn it.

(POP MUSIC PLAYING ON STEREO)

Ow!

Why are you hitting me?

Because it's more fun than watching you stress.

Get out of your head.

Let's have a good time.

Sounds like a plan.

Ow.

When is this supposed to get fun for me?

Soon. Soon?

Pussy.

Now you're in the Air Force, right?

Marines, actually.

Yeah? I got a cousin that joined. Where are you stationed?

I was in Najaf.

Down in California?

Close. Iraq.

Can I have another beer, please?

I mean, what are we even fighting for, you know?

Cheers.

Jed Eckert.

Toni. Toni Walsh.

Our families...

Our families used to go camping together, I remember.

And you were always the oldest, so you'd end up babysitting.

I used to think of it more as being a scout leader or something.

Or babysitting.

Or babysitting, maybe, yeah.

Oh, God, and your mom used to make us sing the most ridiculous songs.

Shit. I'm sorry.

Nothing to be sorry about.

I know it was hard on you guys.

Yeah.

So, how long are you here for?

A few weeks. Then what?

Then it's off to wherever they want to send me next.

Hey, Toni!

We're right here. Hi. Okay.

I'll see you. Yeah.

You guys won't miss these, right?

No, of course not. Not at all, Toni.

Hey, sweetie.

What's gotten into you?

Matt, nice game. Yeah, wasn't it amazing?

(CROWD CHEERING)

You out? Yeah, man, I'm out.

RADIO ANNOUNCER: And we're getting reports now that the blackout may run along the entire Northwest corridor.

Still no information on what may have caused this massive failure, but...

(MUSIC PLAYING ON STEREO)

So, Matty. Yo!

You didn't tell me your brother was back and all grown up.

Why are you so interested?

Because I'm an only child and I'm curious about sibling rivalry.

I wish you had told us you were coming.

I still can't find the extra sheets for the foldout. I've looked everywhere.

Dad, don't worry about it. The couch is fine.

Love you.

I love you!

TONI: Love you. MATT: Love you.

See you.

Hey, girls.

Hi. Hey.

Got blackout duty. Got to go rein in the crazies.

MATT: So, you saw the game?

Yes, sir, I saw it all.

I'm proud of you.

You played your hardest. That's what matters.

They're lucky to have you.

Later.


You want a beer?

Hey, Matty, what are you doing?

I'm getting a drink.

Okay, you got a drink. Close the door, the power's out.

Lighten up, man.

Hey, don't you have to secure the perimeter or something?

A rendezvous with douche company?

(RUMBLING)


What's going on?

(WOMAN SCREAMS)

(WOMAN SCREAMS)

Matty! We've got to find Dad. Come on.

I got no reception!

Try the radio.

Son of a bitch.

What is this?

I don't know.

Shit.

Hang on!

Stay on my ass!


Hang on!

Shit!

Get to the cabin! What? No!

(GUNSHOTS)

The cabin!

Jed, take care of your brother, you hear me?

Get out of here while you still can. Go now! Go!

No! Come on!

(GUNSHOTS)

Jed, go!

Jed, we got to get Erica. Where?

Next right!

Hold on!

Pool!

Erica.

(SOLDIER SPEAKING KOREAN)

Matt! Erica!

No, Matty!

Get off me!

Erica!

Matty!

Matt! Jed!

Come on! Come on!

Jump in!

Go, go, go!

No, no, no!

No, that's my son!

They're just boys, okay? They're just boys.

(SPEAKING KOREAN)

What do we do? MATT: - Just follow us!

Come on!

Oh, shit!

Jed! I know, I see it.

Jed!

Shit.

Come on!

Go! Yes.


Anyone hurt?

I don't know.

I don't think so.

We had to leave, okay?

I'm Pete.

They're from out of town.

San Diego or something.

They just saw their dad get killed.

Okay, listen.

I want you to take these guys and see what you can find in there.

I'll get the generator going.

Jed, we got to find out what's going on.

My parents, what about my mom?

Robert, you're right. That's your job. So, find a radio or TV and get us reception. Get it working, okay?

But Jed, we can't just stay here. Say yes, Robert.

Yeah.

Okay.


Hook it in there.


NEWS ANCHOR: Coming to you live from Seattle.

There.

Is that it? No, no. Go back.

Freeze, freeze.

...no longer controlled by the government of the United States.

Don't go outside unless it's an absolute emergency.

Accidents are more likely to happen when people move about unnecessarily.

Accidents?

If you've become separated from someone and you don't know where they are, a hotline has been set up to help you.

Hey, what the hell, man?

Bullshit.

What does that mean?

It means we're screwed.

MATT: Hey!

Hey! Do you hear that?

Matty, kill the lights. Let's go!

What are you doing?

I'm going to draw them away and hope like hell they take the bait.

I'll come with you.

No, you're gonna be cutting the lights and keeping those assholes quiet.

What if I cut the... Just do what I say.

Come on, Matty.

(GUNSHOT)

No!

Stop! Hold your fire.

What did I tell you to do? It wasn't me.

You almost took my head off!

I thought they got past you.

You give me the gun.

I'm not giving you dick.

Who the hell put you in charge, anyway?

Okay, let's compromise.

What?

More?

Shit.

Give me that.

Danny.

Man!

Your dad said you were up here.

You saw him? Was he okay?

Yeah, but it's bad down there, man.

Where are our troops, Jed?

I don't know.

Toni.

You hurt?

No, I'm fine.

Fine.

Is Erica here?

I think they took her.

Everybody inside.

Wake up.

What's wrong?

That asshole Pete and his buddy took off with all the food.

I need you guys to take anything we can use, put it in the truck and hide it in the woods.

And that prick knows where we are so keep your eyes open.

Matty, come with me. Let's go. Get up.

MATT: North Korea.

It doesn't make any sense.

JED: There's a bigger picture here. They had to have had help.

You think it's like this everywhere?

I don't think they've come all this way just for Spokane and Seattle.

(GUARDS SPEAKING KOREAN)

MATT: Where do you think Dad is?

JED: Probably down there.

With anyone else they think is a threat or they can get information from.

MATT: You think Erica is in there?

Your girl is a fighter.

She'll be okay.

MATT: We got to get them out of there.

We can't just call 911, Matty.

We got to stay put for now and just pray like hell it doesn't get any worse.

Hey!

Hey! They found us.

There's no one here.

I swear. This is where they were.

JED: Son of a bitch. It's Pete.

Holy shit. Daryl, that's your dad.

What? Let me see.

Quiet. Stay down.

Jesus Christ.

Boys, it's Mayor Jenkins.

Captain Cho here is the acting prefect of this district.

He says you seriously injured some of his men and he's given me his word, if you turn yourselves in, no one is going to be hurt. Okay?

Boys?

Daryl?

Son?

I'd like you to come home.

Guys, shouldn't we do what he says?

What do we do, Jed?

We don't move.

But if my dad trusts this guy... Daryl, shut up.

Everybody stay still.

Boys.

If you’re out there, if you can hear me, listen up.

It's a tough situation all the way around.

A lot of tough choices.

I love you both.

I hope you know that.

What I'm going to ask you to do may be very difficult,

but I want you boys to do what I would do.

I want you to go to war and stop this piece of shit.

Or die trying.

Tom!

No! No! Matty! Stay here!


(TIRES SPINNING)

(HELICOPTERS PASSING)

They're going to find us.

Guys, what are we even doing up here?

We should just go back.

Matt, I'm sorry.

My parents are still down there.

I'm worried something's going to happen to my dad.

Maybe he could help us.

He can't help us, Daryl.

He's helping them.

What's that supposed to mean?

It means he's helping them.

You saw him, he just stood there and watched.

What else was he supposed to do?

Our dad made a choice.

And Daryl's dad's got to make one, too. We all do.

We're going home.

Robert, your parents aren't down there.

I saw it. I didn't know how to tell you.

We can't go home.

We can't keep running. What are we supposed to do?

I'm going to fight.

I'm going to fight.

Now this is easier for me because I'm used to it.

But the rest of you are going to have a tougher choice.

Look, I don't want to sell it to you, it's too ugly for that.

It's ugly, and it's hard.

But when you're fighting in your own backyard, and you're fighting for your family, it all hurts a little less and it makes a little more sense.

And for them, this is just some place.

But for us, this is our home.

Obviously, we don't stand a chance against these guys in a straight-up fight.

But if you look at the Viet Cong or the Mujahideen, or even the Minutemen, it's clear.

Even the tiniest flea can drive a big dog crazy.

So, the first thing we have to do is learn how to work together.

Become a unit.

And that's going to take some time.

That's gross.

(GUNSHOTS)

It doesn't take much to pull a trigger.

But keeping your shit together in a firefight is a whole different story.

So we're going to have to evolve.

Rewire our reflexes.

Learn new skills and adapt old ones.

There's almost half a million faces down there and they can't track them all.

So, we'll find people we can trust.

Friends with their ears to the ground who can help us get the things we need to fight back.

We'll watch what they do.

Study their tactics, their routines.

The more we know, the easier it will be to hurt them.

But we'll need to be smart.

And we'll need to be patient.

We'll hit them on our terms.

When we're good and ready.

We inherited our freedom.

Now it's up to all of us to fight for it.

These things are bad ass.

Not if you know anything.


We need to get better weapons.

WOMAN OVER PA: Your livelihood is our utmost concern.

We are creating a better world where you and your family can be taken care of.

(SPEAKING KOREAN)


Forty seconds.

The weapons and ammo, get it all.

Robert, you okay?

Yeah.

JED: Let's go.

(SPEAKS KOREAN)

JED: Come on, come on!

We've got what we need. Let's go!

DANNY: Holy shit!

Hey, Jed. Isn't this C4?


I can't. This is stupid.

Yes, you can. Come on, just sight it up.

Now, one shot, behind the shoulder.

Just relax.

Breathe out and squeeze.

Shit.

You got him.

What is this?

You drink the blood latte, or the deer's spirit, or some shit?

It's not "some shit," Robert.

It's tradition, Robert.

Drink up.

Dude, it's not that bad actually.

No?

What did it taste like?

Well, you know.

Hell, no, we don't. We never drank that shit.

(JED LAUGHS)

That can't be safe!


JED: Okay, you guys ready?

How you feeling?

I don't know.

It's all right, man. I feel the same way.

Look, I know we're outnumbered and we're out-gunned.

But that doesn't mean we can't make a difference.

So it's up to us to let people know that there is a fight on.

A fight that we need them to join.

Most of those soldiers down there, they don't want to be here.

So we have to make it too hard, and too difficult and too bloody for them to stay.

When I was overseas, we were the good guys. We enforced order.

Now we're the bad guys and we create chaos.

WOMAN OVER PA: We are creating a better world where you and your family can be taken care of.

We are here to serve the people.

Come on! Come on!

Move! Let's go!

Come on, let's go.

That's Captain Cho.

(SPEAKING KOREAN)

Let's go.

Okay, 15 seconds.

DANNY: Who are they?

Collaborators.

Had to happen.

Okay, here we go. Look alive.

(EXPLOSION)

Hey!

Hey, Pete!

The Wolverines!

It's the Wolverines...

(JED WHISTLES)

Dude.

Dude!

Nobody move!

Sandwich artist! Fill this shit with bread!

What kind? I don't care! Just no flat bread.

Wheat! Honey oat! Tuna! Turkey!

(SOLDIER YELLING IN KOREAN)

Shit!

Did they see us?

I don't know. Just get the food.

Go! Get the food!

MAN ON RADIO: Good afternoon, patriots.

This is Radio Free America.

Broadcasting live to the occupied zone.

Oh, my God, that was good.

I missed this.

You know what else I miss?

Pizza.

Toilets that flush.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare.

Dude, we're living Call of Duty.

And it sucks.

You guys are amateurs, man.

I miss girls.

No, not like you.

I mean like hot, sexy, voluptuous girls.

Nice.

Girls without AKs.

Who needs AKs?

Matt.

Come on, bro, what do you miss?

WOMAN OVER PA: Your livelihood is our utmost concern.

We are creating a better world where you and your family...

MAN OVER PA: You have been tainted by American culture.

With the right leadership, we can make this country...

You have been living in a disguised land of righteousness.

You live in a world that segregates you into classes.

We are here to help.

For two-and-a-quarter centuries, you have been living in a realm of slavery.

Whatever I say is just going to piss you off.

So why don't we just forget it?

Forget what?

That you've been putting everyone here at risk?

Erica's still out there, Jed.

And what happens when you get caught?

Because if it were me, you wouldn't keep looking, right?

Not if it meant putting everyone else's ass on the line.

I'm not you, Jed. No, you're not.

The team has got to come first.

Get that through your head.

Erica's my family, Jed.

She's more family than you are.

Yeah?

You're going to get us all killed.

That's how you get Cho.


JED: The rally is at 2:00 at the main square.

So, decoy, like before.

A little car bomb goes off here.

The crowd clears, security rushes in, and that is when Mr. Big-Ass Mother-F bomb under the stage is going to blow that bastard to kingdom come.

DELEGATE OVER PA: We are not your enemies.

Because you, too, are victims.

Victims of an American culture in which greed, irresponsibility and fraud were openly encouraged.

Victims of a corrupt government in bed with the tyrants of Wall Street.

It is our sincerest belief that with the right leadership and with your support, this country will rise again, better, morally superior to what was here before.

But we need your help.

We have teams of engineers ready to restore power and utilities.

But we cannot provide these things until the situation stabilizes.

We must all arouse the political consciousness of the people.

Son of a bitch!

What?

The guy sitting behind Cho, he's Russian.

Are you serious?

The blue beret means he's Spetsnaz.

Russian Special Forces.

What's his specialty?

Counter-insurgency, for starters.

Are they here because of us?

Well, if they are, they're a little late.

You got to get out of here. Some shit is about to happen.

So the collective states can rise again and stand united again.

We are here to facilitate this important objective...

JED: Ninety seconds.

... while a new social and economic initiative is implemented.

Now, regular curfews will commence tonight.

They're designed to preserve the social order.

Daryl.

You okay?

Yeah.

But full compliance is mandatory.

No exceptions.

The regulatory board has suspended all visiting hours at the United Workers 'Reform.

And so, it is with your well-being in mind that we ask for your cooperation in bringing these cowardly Wolverine terrorists to justice.

Blow it.

It's not time yet. Blow it now!

Hold your fire. Do not engage.

Shit.

(SPEAKS KOREAN)

Ambush!

Daryl, come on!

Matt!

Erica!

Let's go! Let's go!

I can't!

Oh, no.

Where's the key? Where's the key, baby? Where's the key?

Matt! We gotta fall back!

Greg, come on!

Hey, let's go! Greg!

No! No! He's gone. We got to go now!

Let's go!

Shit! Stay down!

Stay down!

Go, go, go! Go!


Go, go, go!


Here!

Are you all right? Are you all right?

Shit! We got to go, baby! We got to go! We got to go!

Oh, shit. Get going!

Come on!

(CAR ALARM SOUNDING)

Get in here! Get in here!

Take what you need.

Thank you. Be safe.

Don't worry.

Stay calm, we're almost home.

Danny, bring me the scissors.

I need more light.

Toni, I'm going to need some ice.

Can you bring some from outside?

Oh, my God. Erica!

Hey. I wouldn't go in there right now.

Why? Julie's freaking out.

What does that mean?

When you decided to run off and do your own thing, Greg was killed trying to help you.

It was a few days ago.

These Russian soldiers came to the stadium.

They kept asking me who you guys knew and who might be helping you.

And they even had a list of names.

Jed, all our contacts in town, man. We can't...

Look, we are not a rescue unit. We can't save everyone.

Wait. So we're not going to do anything?

I didn't say that, did I?

You are guilty of giving aid to the terrorist Wolverines.

Shit.


Wolverines! Wolverines!

Wolverines!

Wolverines!

(CROWD CHANTING)


Matt's been gone for days.

I'm worried about him.

Yeah, I know.

(SPEAKING KOREAN)


What are you doing here, Matty?

Topping everything off. Making sure the ammo's dry.

That's great. That's where we need you. Off on your own, doing your own thing.

We really gonna do this now, Jed? Yeah, we are.

I couldn't just leave her there.

You left your post. What the hell else was I supposed to do?

I need to know I can count on you.

Well, maybe you can't.

What did you expect?

You think you're the first to feel this?

To see one of your friends get killed?

This is war.

So rub some dirt on it and get your ass back in the fight.

Spare me, Jed.

I left for three days.

When Mom died, you left for six years. Right?

Yeah.

Yeah, Matty, you're right.

I messed up. I left you right when you needed me the most.

And I'm sorry.

I need you to be stronger than I was.

Mom and Dad are both gone. Shut up, Jed.

It's just us.

And more than anyone else in the group, if I don't have you...

Okay. Do what you want.

MAN ON RADIO: To the resistance fighters in Humboldt.

The chair is against the wall.

The chair is against the wall.


And for the Wolverines of Spokane...

Guys, they're talking about us.

Keep up the pressure, patriots.

Wolverines, baby.

Wolverines.

(FOLK MUSIC PLAYING ON RADIO)

It's beautiful, huh?

Very.

I wish I could look at it without thinking of Laurie Stewart.

What?

Laurie Stewart.

Who?

Camping? Memorial Day weekend?

I have no idea what you're talking about...

We had that huge barbecue and I ended up getting food poisoning, so I was in and out of my tent all night puking, and that's when I saw the two of you ducking into the lake together.

Oh, that Laurie Stewart. Oh, yeah, that one.

(BOTH LAUGH)

Oh, man.

You know, she was a good kisser.

She smelled like Aqua Net. What?

Hairspray.

Shit, that's right.

She had that terrible haircut.

The one that I immediately copied and wore all through middle school, which you never noticed, by the way.

No, I noticed. It was awful.

(BOMBS FALLING)

Oh, shit. Go, go!

Go! Go! Go!

We're safer inside! No way I'm staying in here!

Julie? Julie?

Julie!

Danny? Danny? Robert, she's gone.

We gotta go. He's gone. Danny!

Daryl? Daryl? Can you hear me?

Come on, we gotta go. We gotta go. Grab your weapon.

Let's move, come on.

Run.

Let's go, Matty. Matty, come on!

(GRUNTS)

I gotta stop.

Come on.

You can do it. I'll help you.

I got it.

Let's go.

Let's go.

Here.

Jed?

You should try to get some sleep.

I'm okay.

You know, this was...

This was bound to happen, sooner or later.

Yeah.

I was talking to the group, Jed.

They're starting to question everything.

Nobody's saying they want to quit, but...

Yeah?

What do you think, Matty?

Rub some dirt on it.


(SPEAKING KOREAN)

(GUN COCKING)


Who are you?

You might want to answer that first.

Let's put down those weapons. Then we can lose the masks.

What kind of shit-show did we drop into?

Sergeant Major Andrew Tanner. Marine Corps.

We're Alpha Company.

Recently un-retired.

Out of where?

Camp Pendleton.

When there was a Camp Pendleton.

Now we're part of the Free American Army.

Three guys?

That's it?

What good are three guys?

Hey, shit-for-brains.

You're sassing a United States Marine.

All right, look, we're trying to link up with a group of insurgents working the area.

Call themselves Wolverines.

You ever hear of them? Yeah, we've heard of them.

You here to help them out?

No. Actually, we were hoping they could help us out.

We're camped just below here.

We got clean water and bandages and another camp about six miles west of here.

We were gonna try and push on after we ate.

We're the Wolverines.

I was afraid of that.

So how did we get here? What happened to our defense?

It went defunct.

Shit-ified.

There's a new class of weapon.

It caused a massive electrical pulse.

Everything went off-line and never came back.

Grids fried, subs drowned.

They mopped up by hitting cities with tactical non-nuke warheads and landed ground troops where they needed strategic pressure.

What about the Russians?

Shit, they got the whole Eastern seaboard.

We know they supplied hardware and aircraft, but North Korea locked down the Pacific Northwest.

So it's over?

Over?

What is this?

A rifle.

That's right, motard. A marine and his rifle.

It's the baddest shit-kicking weapon in the world.

And I'm still breathing, so it ain't over.

Far from it.

Lucky for us, they bit off more than they could chew.

A lot of this country is still free and up for a fight.

Hoorah.

Michigan to Montana, Alabama to Arizona, that's still free America right now.

We're only 50, 60 miles from the border.

SMITH: That's right.

And other places, too, swinging back our way.

Wide-open shooting war in Florida.

Texas-Mexican border has been burning for weeks.

All because of folks like you.

You've made a difference. Hell, you...

You are the difference.

So how can we help?

What we can't figure out is how come they're not crippled by their own weapon.

You guys ever see them using something like this?

Hey, Matt, is your phone still working?

(BEEPING)

Well, Semper Fi, Wolverines.

What is it?

It's how they talk to each other. A closed network for communication.

So it can't be hacked.

But if we had it, it'd be the foothold we need to start pushing them out and take our homes back.

And you want to steal it?

Rapidly.


You good? Yeah.

JED: They've fortified the police station with bunkers on all four sides.

A couple of mobile structures acting as barracks that house the off-duty personnel.

There is at least 20 guys in there at any one time.

And a ton of firepower.

I got a news flash for you. There's no way in there.

Oh, there's one.

What, we jump?

Yeah, that's the plan.

That's not a plan. That's a shit sandwich without the bread.

Cover me.

Shit!

I hate these kids.

Hate 'em.

Son of a bitch!

Hodges, you're with me. Smith, you grow roots up here.

You hear anything that sounds like Americans getting their asses kicked, you make damn sure those girls know when it's their turn to dance.

Any guesses where that little green box is?

Yeah.

We're gonna follow the wire.


(GIGGLES)

Down! Down! Down!

Welcome to shit's creek, motards.

All right.

Our wire just split into three different directions.

Nothing's easy.

All right, here's the plan.

You two, take the back stairs. Follow the line down to the ground floor.

Jed, Matt, you stay up here, trace the other two.

Hodges, you're with me. We're going to secure the front door.

Let's find this thing and get back to the hood.

It's a good day to die, gentlemen.

What did he say?

Don't worry about it. Marines don't die. They just go to hell and regroup.

What did he say?

Clear.

Dude, they're not gonna keep their uber box under the frigging couch!

How do you know?

It's a vital piece of military equipment, not your porn stash.

You got this.


My wire goes to Cho's office.

And he's home... Shit!

This is about to get interesting.

Matty, where are you?

(WOMAN SCREAMS)

(SPEAKING KOREAN)

Smith, you're on.

C'mon, ladies, show us your guns.


Shit!

Come on!

We gotta get out of here!

Run!

He was just here.

Keep them away from the box.

Shit!

Not gonna happen.


Grenade!

Tanner!


Get that thing out of here. I'll cover. No, I'm not leaving you.

God damn it, Matty. Get that thing out of here. Go!


Matt Eckert!

(BEEPING)

You fucked with the wrong family.

Get this out of here, Robert.

Where's the box?

It's safe.

All right, let's get out of here.

It's pretty deep.

Yeah, but it doesn't hurt. It's okay.

Hey.

Hey.

I'm okay.

I'll be right there.

Collateral.

Hey, can I talk to you for a second?

Yeah. Sure.

What's up?

Nothing. I...

I was just thinking, you know, and...

I'm not very good at this, man.

Good at what?

Giving you props when you get it right.

And letting you know that I'm proud of you.

(SNICKERS)

Yeah.

Yes, Jed. That's not one of your strengths.

No. No, it's not.

So, how about that beer now?

Wow.

My first one.

Where's yours?

She stole it from me.

Go get it.

(GUNSHOT)

Matt! Watch the back!

Tanner! Cover me!

Robert, get Erica out of here.

I'm not leaving without you! God damn it, do what I say, Robert!

When you hit the deck, watch your ass.

I'll catch up. Go!

(SOBBING)

TONI: Help me! Jed!

Come on, Toni. We can't leave him!

Come on!

God damn it, Toni. We need you back in the fight.

Come on! I know. I know. Tanner! Can we get out your way?

Make it quick.

Go, go, go, go!

Move your asses!

(PULLS GRENADE PIN)

Let's go!

Smith!


How did they know?

How did they know where we were, bro?

They must have followed us. No.

No way they could track us.

Daryl, lift up your jacket.

Let me see this. Let me see it.

Oh, shit.

What is it?

It's not a knife wound.

They tagged him with something.

Like what they do with animals.

What?

They're tracking him?

Daryl.

You...

No. You led them right to us.

I didn't know! You led them right to us!

Let go!

You killed Jed!

Matty, he killed Jed.

You can cut it out of him, right, Robert? Cut it out of him.

There's no way. With what?

Matt, we got to move.

Let's just get back in the car.

Let's keep going. We can't.

They'll find us.

What else are we supposed to do?

Robert.

Get me some gear.

What?

They could be here any minute.

Daryl.

Can I borrow your SAW?


So anyone want a lift back to the land of the free?

We got plenty of room.

I'm sorry for the loss of your men.

We've all lost something, Matt.

You've done enough.

You've done more than enough.

I appreciate that.

The fact is we're not doing too bad for a bunch of kids.

We're going to fight.

And we're going to keep fighting because it's easier now.

And we're used to it.

The rest of you are going to have a tougher choice.

Because we're not going to sell it to you.

It's too ugly for that.

But when you're fighting in your own backyard, when you're fighting for your family, it all hurts a little less and makes a little more sense.

Because for them, this is just a place.

But for us, this is our home.

PRISONERS: (CHANTING) Wolverines!

Wolverines!

Wolverines!