8. The art of war
When a disappointing loss in capture the flag renders some of his students sad and broken, Reed assembles some action figures to reenact the infamous Trojan Horse story. Reed's off-kilter curriculum serves a greater purpose later on in the film, but in the moment, it's just as rousing as anything in Wolfgang Petersen's 2004 sword-and-sandal epic Troy.
9. Muscles and line dancing
"Your muscles, they scream one-night stand" is a miraculous line. Reed finally has love interest Olivia (Darla Taylor) back at his trailer (serious Martin Riggs vibes) for a romantic night, and just before the ostensible hookup, Reed offers Olivia a Twix bar (the third and last Twix sighting), prompting her to question his diet, to which Reed responds, "Want me to show you how I stay in shape?" We cut to the couple line dancing at a country bar and Reed wearing a cowboy hat. Cinema incarnate.
10. Talking to a pig
In a perfect world, Dolph Lundgren interacting with a pig deserves its own movie, but sadly, it only gets a minute of screen time here, an offensive and unforgivable act. When making your year-end "best quotes" list, don't forget about, "Hey, come on, pig, I'm telling you, I don't need therapy."