The meeting had an effect on the movie because it showed the plan the men had.
Crossing the river had an effect on the movie because it allowed the Americans to get away from a fight against the British on the other side. It also lead the Americans to another fight in harsh weather.
The shooting in the small shed this had a turn to the movie because it was the "start" of the fight they had later on, it showed the Americans that they could win.
Marching in the cold, freezing, rain and the harsh weather climates showed how the Americans had pride. The marching also lead them to the fight/war.
The war this had an effect on the movie because it was one of the first fights George Washington and his men won, one of the first wins America had.
This scene was important to the movie because it show that the Kernel Randolph was surrendering to George Washington which showed the end of the war.