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BlackFlagged wrote

The animated movie Antz is both anti-capitalist and anti-state / collectivist. I'd say it's the most surprising movie to have a strong anarchist message.

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leftous wrote

“Resistance is not futile, we're gonna win this thing, humankind is too good, we're not a bunch of under-achievers! We're gonna stand up, and we're gonna be human beings. We're going to get fired up about the real things, the things that matter! Creativity, and the dynamic human spirit that refuses to submit.”

Ah love that, the classic Alex Jones appearance in Waking Life. Makes me wonder what the hell happened to him.

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DissidentRage wrote

You don't think he actually believes they're putting chemicals in the water to turn the frickin' frogs gay?

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Dumai wrote (edited )

i think he just heard about chemical waste causing a rise in oestrogen in male frogs and assumed that would make them gay

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DissidentRage wrote

Yeah maybe. It's just amazing that there are people who take this clown seriously (even people I know irl) when he screams inane shit like that.

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Alex Jones admits his persona is just that, he's an actor. Makes money acting like a piece of shit and riling up whitey. Which is even worse than if he actually believed the things he was saying imo.

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NEOalquimista wrote (edited )

Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)

  • The world is controlled by a single mega corporation. Protagonist has a job like everyone else, wears the same uniform like everybody else and the state keeps an eye on everyone at all times. They call it the "Big Brother". Also, nobody is allowed to have a love partner, no sex, no nothing (extreme discipline). He eventually falls in love with a woman and decides to tear that dystopia apart.

Equilibrium

  • The world has eliminated emotions through a medication that everyone is obligated to take, believing that feelings are the cause of war and misery. One member of the clergy designed to fight what they call "sense offenders" starts to have feelings, and he slowly begins to approach a group that he always helped murder, The Resistance.

Children of Men

  • The human race has been infertile for 18 years. The people live its final century. The British government has banned refugees and intensified security. A pregnant African-descendant refugee is found by the direct action group "Fishes". They try to get her to the Human Project with the help of Theodore (protagonist), while avoiding that she falls into the government's hands.

You can download them from YIFI's site

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Copenhagen_Bram wrote (edited )

Just watched Equilibrium, good movie!

Ever heard of Logan's Run?

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not_AFX_lol wrote

The Lego Movie is a great kids' film about a group of anarchists seeking to combat a corporate state and its brutal police force, and about their attempt to radicalize an individual who has been wholly brainwashed by consumerist propaganda.

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ziq_neutral wrote

Fight Club. Literally burning down a building to wipe out debt.

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NEOalquimista wrote

I watched it for the first time today after reading your comment. Damn, it makes me wanna do things.

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Pop wrote

I'm skeptical of any movie that's just as easily liked by a fascist or a MRA, though

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trashcan wrote

I don't think it's fair to fault the film for the fact that people like it without understanding it. The same thing happens with American Psycho.

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selver wrote

Self-Criticism of a Bourgeois Dog

I, Daniel Blake

Cool Hand Luke

Captain Fantastic

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gramschicano wrote

They Live!, The People Under the Stairs, and Escape from New York/Los Angeles films by director John Carpenter.

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dele_ted wrote

One awesome movie, that does depend somewhat on how you interpret it, is The Dictator from 1940.

Then there's of course V For Vendetta, Fight Club and maybe even The Matrix (my personal favorite movie of all time; at least the first of the trilogy).

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trashcan wrote

Buñuel has always been a favorite of mine. Discrete Charm of the Bourgeoisie and Exterminating Angel are a lot of fun.