I would have to say that Red Dawn, 1984, with Patrick Swayze, made the biggest impact on my life. My father was a Viet Nam veteran and required each one of his children to see that movie to understand why it is better to fight wars on someone else's land than it is to have the war come to us. At the height of the Cold War, and being an 8-year old at the time, I was greatly concerned that one day I would have to jump into a truck with random supplies and head for the hills for survival. I seriously thought that by the time I was 30, we'd be invaded by the Russians and living in the mountains trying to battle our oppressors. It has been interesting to see how history has played out since then.