TV Land has been showing a slew of Movie of the Week this week. Last night, they showed the 1983 movie "The Day After," which showed the US being destroyed by a Soviet nuclear attack. In a lot of ways, the movie looks a bit dated (Steve Guttenberg was one of the main actors). But, it still is a pretty powerful movie, especially when the nukes start going off and we see the various characters start to get sick from the fallout from the bombs. The one scene that always gave the the shivers was when the Soviets set off a city-buster bomb over Kansas City. That still haunts me. Anyone else have any opinions about this movie?