Essay:Greatest Conservative Movies
There have been many superb conservative films:
|Battle For Dream Island||2010||PG||A number of sentient objects participate in a capitalist game show in order to win a private island. During this, a virtual audience votes to eliminate those tho are not participating as productive members of this society.||$12,520,101|
|The 6th Day||2000||PG-13||California Republican governor-to-be Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in this pro-family, pro-life, anti-cloning adventure as a family man of the future who is illegally cloned. The villain is trying to play God and use to use the cloning to decide who gets to lives and who dies, which Schwarnegger's character objects to.||$34,543,701|
|13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi||2016||R||One of Michael Bay's better films tells the true story of when Islamic terrorists attacked a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya on September 11, 2012 and the six Americans who took a stand without any support from the Obama-controlled White House or from then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (who not only refused to send any help and even ordered the military in the area to stand down, but later dismissively brushed off criticism of her actions with her infamous and callous "What difference at this point does it make?" comment). Not surprisingly, liberals viewed the film negatively and even made baseless accusations about the film's accuracy to distract from their dislike, but the film was a box office success and popular with the viewing public, which saw an insightful analysis at the events of the attack and the heroes who acted to defend the compound of their own accord.||$69.40 million|
|17 Again||2009||PG-13||A 37-year-old father reverts to age 17 through a visit to a mysterious janitor and learns that choosing family, which he strives to support however he can, and life over death and possible material riches is much more rewarding and fulfilling even if it is not always apparent. The film stands up for abstinence and self-respect, and contains a strong speech for both of them, as in this quote: "Because there is no one that I'm in love with. It's called making love, isn't it? Maybe I'm old fashioned, but I think that means you do it with someone you love. And preferably when you're married, when you're ready to take that love and turn it into a baby." The concept of fatherhood is painted positively as well because he ultimately learns he was reverted to age 17 so he could see things from his children's perspectives and help them resolve their problems.||$64,167,069|
|42||2013||PG-13||Bio pick of American icon Jackie Robinson||$95,020,213|
|90 Minutes in Heaven||2015||PG-13||A man has a near-death experience and sees heaven.||$4,842,699|
|127 Hours||2010||R||This biopic tells the true story about initially easygoing and carefree outdoor adventurer Aron Ralston, who, in 2003, gained worldwide attention for becoming trapped in Blue John Canyon in Utah, a boulder trapping his right forearm against the canyon wall. As he reflects upon his life and expects to die, Aron realizes that he hasn't appreciated his family enough, and that he didn't treat his girlfriend as well as he should have. In the end, Aron summons the courage to do what was necessary to save his life: amputate his arm. As the real Aron would later say, he was reborn in the canyon, emerging with a far better appreciation of his family and never again taking anything for granted.||$60,738,797|
|1917||2019||R||This film is about two British soldiers who have to deliver a message to another British army to call off an attack. If they do not reach the army in enough time, the Germans will massacre the British forces. Not only does this film show a realistic depiction of World War I, it also doesn't add unnecessary political correctness common in modern films.||$159,227,644|
|1984||1984||R||Much the better of the two British big-screen adaptations of George Orwell's iconic anti-totalitarian 1949 novel, Michael Radford's 1984 film starring Richard Burton alongside John Hurt and Suzanna Hamilton as the doomed lovers depicted Airstrip One as a "bleakly beautiful" re-creation of post-war 'Austerity London' by shooting in the derelict Docklands area that Stanley Kubrick would use to great effect two years later filming the second half of Full Metal Jacket. Rab C. Nesbitt fans will be astounded by then-unknown actor Gregor Fisher's faultless English accent as Parsons.||$8,430,492|
|A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood||2019||PG||In this emotional drama, Tom Hanks plays Fred Rogers who helps a man reconnect with his estanged father.||$60,566,849|
|A Christmas Story||1983||PG||Child actor Peter Billingsley stars as Ralphie Parker, a boy who wants a BB gun for Christmas, in this heartwarming comedy. The National Film Registry selected it for historical preservation in 2012.||$19,294,144|
|A Dog of Flanders||1998||The fifth live action adaptation of Ouida's book contains a number of Christian themes.||$2,165,637|
|A Dog's Journey||2019||PG||Based on the book of the same name, the sequel to A Dog's Purpose continues Bailey's story as he makes a vow to protect his owner Ethan's step-granddaughter, CJ. This heartwarming movie promotes bonds of family and condemns abuse, the latter shown with CJ's emotionally abusive mother Gloria. Redemption is also positively portrayed, for Gloria comes to genuinely regret mistreating CJ and reconciles with her, even willing to be kind to Bailey/Max (when she had previously hated dogs). The movie also teaches about loyalty, when Bailey stays loyal to Ethan and CJ until the former's death.||$22,782,371|
|A Dog's Purpose||2017||PG||Based on the heartwarming book of the same name, the soul of a dog lives the lives of several dogs spanning decades and remains loyal to its owners. The film takes a stand against bestiality and animal cruelty, too. A sequel called A Dog's Journey and a spinoff called A Dog's Way Home (both based on books as well) were released in 2019.||$22,000,000|
|A Gathering of Eagles||1963||UR||It illustrates duty, honor, and the burden of command.||Unknown|
|A Man For All Seasons||1966||UR||In 16th Century England, statesman and philosopher Thomas More is forced to choose between his Catholic faith and his loyalty to the king. It won six Academy Awards: Best Picture, Actor, Director, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography (Color), and Costume Design (Color).||$20,000,000|
|Ace Ventura: Pet Detective||1994||PG-13||Hero Ace Ventura is an animal lover, but not an animal rights activist, and prefers conservation. In addition in recent years, liberals have criticized this movie under claims of it "attacking" the LGBT community, as the main villain is a gender-confused man who pretended to be a "woman". Ventura literally freaks out when he realized he really made out with a man, as does everyone else later when they find out the truth. Ventura also calls him by his biological gender.||$72,217,396|
|Act of Valor||2012||R||In this military drama, soldiers are shown as heroes battling terrorism, which is related to both Islamic terrorism and drug cartels. It is also one of the few films where the main cast is portrayed by actual Navy SEALs, resulting in accurate military terminology and battlefield strategies.||$70,012,847|
|Adam's Rib||1949||Not rated||Attorney Adam Bonner (Spencer Tracy) hilariously exposes his budding feminist wife Amanda's (Katharine Hepburn's) hypocritical double standards in the legal system.|
|Alone Yet Not Alone||2013||PG-13||Christianity's impact in building the United States is explored in depth. Liberals were shaken when it received an Oscar nomination, proving that there is still a prevalent conservative voice in Hollywood.||$887,851|
|Alpha||2018||PG-13||This film set in Europe 20,000 years ago tells the story of a human and his relation with a wolf. It promotes family and friendship values with both the teenaged tribesman's relation with his family and with the wolf. It also is pro-hunting and pro-fishing as the human learns the importance of killing a rabbit in order to feed the wolf. The wolf and human also go fishing and hunt bison and wild boars.||$11.7 million|
|Amazing Grace||2006||PG||This historical drama shows the horrors of the slave trade and teaches that, contrary to academic claims, Christianity played the largest role in the abolition movement, while most secular humanists either supported slavery or otherwise did nothing to stop it.||$21,208,358|
|American History X||1998||R||A Neo-Nazi (The Nazis were left-wing socialists even though the Left has tried denying it) overcomes his racism and anti-Semitism after being sent to jail for voluntary manslaughter and does everything in his power to prevent his brother from following the same path to destruction.||$6,719,864|
|American Sniper||2015||R||This biopic documents the life of Iraq War veteran, patriot and hero, Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle.||$350,126,372.|
|An American Carol||2008||PG-13||David Zucker's conservative comedy starring Kevin Farley, Kelsey Grammer, Jon Voight, Dennis Hopper, Trace Adkins, and Leslie Nielsen lampoons the liberal, America-hating elements of Hollywood.||$7,013,191|
|Angel Has Fallen||2019||R||Third installment of the conservative Fallen franchise is a pro-Trump film that tackles the Russia collusion lie.The film also has pro-family themes, as well as a jab at Anti-Americanism as Mike Banning's estranged Vietnam War vet father blames America for his downfalls in life, in which Banning responds with "Your country didn't betray you. You betrayed yourself".||$147 million|
|Angels in the Outfield||1994||PG||A foster child encourages his hapless baseball team to look to angels for help in this God-trusting comedy.||$50,236,831|
|Animal Farm||1999||Not Rated||This live-action adaptation of the conservative text of the same name from George Orwell (and of the 1954 original animation) uses animals in the pretext of leveling harsh criticism against Communism and against Joseph Stalin. Unlike the source material, the film literally shows Animal Farm collapsing due to the excesses posed by the evil Napoleon, a Berkshire boar and a metaphor for Stalin, and his pigs, which is ultimately justified due to the collapse of the Soviet Union years earlier under similar reasons for Animal Farm's collapse.||NA - TV|
|Argo||2012||R||CIA agent Tony Mendez embarks on a daring rescue of Americans trapped in Iran during the Iranian Hostage Crisis while using a film production as a cover story to hide his act of courage. The film highlights how inherently corrupt an Islam-based government can be as well as the incompetence of the Jimmy Carter administration in dealing with the hostage crisis. It won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 2012.||$136,025,503|
|Armed and Dangerous||1986||PG-13||This comedy by Harold Ramis, the same screenwriter of the conservative films Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day, exposes labor union corruption.||$15,945,534|
|Assault on Precinct 13||1976||R||Often considered an urban remake of the conservative film Rio Bravo, a police sergeant in Los Angeles and his crew must defend an abandoned precinct office from an army of criminals. The police are rightfully shown as good, while the criminals are evil. Its 2005 remake was set in Detroit.|
|Atlantis: The Lost Continent||1961||NR||Men are men, women are women. Film also acknowledges the existance of God in one scene when Azor the High Priest tells Princess Antillia that the God she's praying to is false and that the only one who matters lives above|
|Attack on Darfur||2009||R||Liberal journalists end up being trapped in Darfur, Sudan, and must fight to survive. The film doesn't hold back on crimes committed by the Janjaweed here.|
|The Avengers||2012||PG||Widely considered to be the crowning achievement of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, this game-changing superhero film brings together several superheroes, all of whom previously starred in related films adapted from Marvel Comics, as they join the Norse god Thor (who is less of a god and more of an alien in this universe, thus averting support for paganism) in stopping his evil brother Loki from conquering the world with an extraterrestrial mercenary army. Despite being the first Marvel feature released by the liberal conglomerate Walt Disney Company and being directed by liberal Joss Whedon, the film condemns totalitarian ideals, namely Loki's actions. A pivotal scene has Loki forcing innocent Germans to kneel before him, but an old man refuses to submit to "men like him", comparing Loki's actions to Hitler and Nazi Germany's actions. Arriving to confront Loki in the next instant, Steve Rogers/Captain America references Hitler and Johan Schmidt/Red Skull's attempt at taking the world via a similar ideology. Furthermore, the film condemns communism because the heroic assassin character Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow, who works with the superheroes, implies that she regrets her time as a Soviet agent due to having to conduct various atrocities. Law-enforcement is depicted positively, too, as they join the Avengers in their climactic battle to defend New York City when Loki's army invades. Finally, while the film doesn't seem to favor any religion or non-religion in particular, it paints Christians positively when Captain America, before pursuing a fighting Thor and Loki, tells Black Widow, "There's only one God, ma'am, and I'm pretty sure He doesn't dress like that!" in an obvious reference to the Biblical God. Given that a lot of planning went into The Avengers even before Disney's acquisition of Marvel went into full effect, it should come as no surprise that these conservative subtexts shine through.||$1.519 billion|
|Bad Boys II||2003||R||The sequel to the 1995 film, this police action film is surprisingly pro-family (main character Lieutenant Marcus Burnett's daughter is an undercover operative for the DEA, and his laid back but faithful friend and partner tries to help him with this personal crisis, which he does not approve of) and advocates war on drugs. The main villains are Russians and Cubans (Communists), while the side villains are Ku Klux Klan members (which was founded by the Democrat Party).||$138,608,444|
|The Bad News Bears||1976||PG||Centered on the classic American pastime of baseball, this sports feature negatively depicts forced government intervention into baseball in the name of equality, as the reason the Bears baseball team existed in the first place was to put rejects into a baseball team after being legally forced to do so via a lawsuit. Morals include improving oneself through training as well as the American Dream: although the Bears are composed of the worst players in little league, main character Coach Buttermaker trains them to become one of the best baseball teams in the season. Followed by two direct sequels in 1977 and 1978. In contrast, the 2005 remake is significantly more coarse and more politically correct.||$42.3 million|
|Batman Begins||2005||PG-13||The first film in Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy retells comic book superhero Bruce Wayne/Batman's origin story in a manner that specifically denounces corruption and trying to kill out of revenge with themes of redemptive measures. When main villain Ra's al Ghul reveals his intentions to destroy Gotham City, Batman tries to stop him since Gotham still ultimately has good elements in the community. Capitalism is depicted positively, too: in the backstory, Thomas Wayne, Bruce's late father, helped alleviate Gotham City from poverty via his wealth by building a public transportation system. Thomas' death inspired Gotham's wealthy individuals to follow his example, and Wayne Enterprises' Lucius Fox, who runs the company in Bruce's absence, proceeded to use the company's resources to synthesize a cure for fear toxin.||$374.2 million|
|Bedtime Stories||2008||PG||In this pro-family and pro-capitalism comedy, Adam Sandler plays a man who is given an opportunity to run a business and works hard to get the promotion against his rival while taking care of his niece and nephew. Sandler jokes about his sister's many liberal ideas and parenting skills (even calling her story books for them "Communist"). In the end, the children are then shown to be much happier and smarter after Sandler uses his conservative, capitalistic, family-centric tactics on them.||$110,101,975|
|Beethoven||1992||PG||Pro-family film and anti-animal cruelty with the villain performing cruel illegal tests on dogs.||$57,114,049|
|Bella||2007||PG-13||A Pro-life drama.||$8,070,537|
|Ben-Hur||1959||UR||This Roman historical drama celebrates honor and duty to family and country with a Christian ending, and it long held the record for the most Academy Awards awarded to a single film. Conservative actor and future National Rifle Association president and spokesman Charlton Heston plays the title role.||$17,300,000|
|Beverly Hills Cop||1984||R||Streetwise Detroit police detective Axel Foley drives out to Beverly Hills to investigate and avenge his friend's murder. While there, he meets up with a police force that does "everything by the book", jokes about their strong bureaucratic rules, and influences the two cops assigned to watch him to use critical thinking skills to solve the case. The main villain is a drug dealer, suggesting support for the war on drugs. Two sequels followed in 1987 and 1994.||$234,760,478|
|The Bible: In The Beginning||1966||NR, could now receive PG||As the title says, it is an expensive but powerful epic of Genesis' first 22 chapters.||$34,900,023|
|Big||1988||PG-13||Twelve year Josh Baskin makes a wish on the Zoltar machine to become big, to his discovery his wish is granted. After being through out of the house by his mother who believes his is a kidnapper, he must take in life as an adult. The film teaches the value of Childlike Wonder, as well as individualism as Josh who is very different than the other workers is more effiecnt and brings new ideas at the toy company being more creative and playful than the other workers. In the end Josh realizes he misses his family and returns home. So a little pro-family message there as well.||$115,227,281|
|Big Daddy||1999||PG-13||Adam Sandler's plays Sonny, a man who, after being forced to take in an orphaned child that was sired by one of his friends, learns the importance of family as he realizes the responsibilities of fatherhood and grows as a person from the experience. A light satire of feminism is present: Sonny's ex-girlfriend cheats on him and then rejects him, only to end up working at a Hooters restaurant, which has been both satirized and scorned in the real world for its perversely clothed waitresses, with her extramarital lover.||$234.8 million|
|Big Fat Liar||2002||PG||In this satire of Hollywood, Jason Shepherd is a 14-year-old chronic liar who, to avoid being punished with summer school, takes a chance at redemption by penning a creative writing essay inspired by his own life. He accidentally leaves his essay with corrupt Hollywood producer Marty Wolf, another compulsive liar who gives him a ride back to school and then tries to pass off Jason's story as his own. The boy and his best friend Kaylee sneak away to Hollywood as soon as they see a theatrical trailer for Marty's plagiarized film. There, they join forces with a struggling actor who drives Marty's limousine, Marty's personal assistant, and others who have suffered the villainous producer's abuse and cruelty, inconveniencing him at every possible turn until he admits the truth while the whole nation watches. Overall, Big Fat Liar teaches that "The truth is not overrated," which is also the moral of Jason's story.||$48,360,547|
|Billy Madison||1995||PG-13||A comedy film about redemption, where the titular character gets a second chance at life. After flunking his education, he is given an opportunity to go back through grades 1-12 to do things right and pass successfully as well as earn the respect of his father. The main female is a simple schoolteacher and more of the antithesis of a modern-day feminist. Billy also learns the importance of being a good person and to have compassion for others, as well as the value of doing a job well done.||$25,588,734|
|Black Hawk Down||2002||R||Based on true events of a U.S. military campaign in Somalia, in which 18 U.S. soldiers died fighting their way out of a Mogadishu mission, American bravery and comradeship are heralded in the face of impossible odds against Islamic terrorism.||$172,000,000|
|Black Panther||2018||PG-13||Based on the eponymous Marvel Comics superhero, the eighteenth installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe tells of a young African king, who gained enhanced strength from consumption of a majestic heart-shaped herb, fighting against the force of a black supremacist, who seeks to take the king's throne. In the name of morality, this king, or "The Black Panther," seeks to destroy the villain and his plans to overthrow the other races and governments of the world. The Black Panther recognizes both the importance of helping those in need, as well as not going beyond one's governmental authority. Though there are plenty of pagan religious references, the film appeals in some ways to a general sense of Christian morality and governmental justice, and it never diverts into political correctness about black supremacism. Liberals have attempted to adopt Black Panther as a liberal film because of its predominantly black racial cast while ignoring the conservative subtexts that clearly shine through.||$704,000,000.|
|Black Sheep||1996||PG-13||Pro-family film where the idiotic brother of a governor candidate must be straighten out, in order to avoid him hurting his chances in the election. The villain is a corrupt official and feminist, who had committed voter fraud. Also portrays the military (just shown in photographs) in positive light and is also anti-drug.||$32,417,995|
|Black Sunday||1977||R||This thriller refuses to be politically correct about Islamic terrorism.||$15,769,322|
|Blazing Saddles||1974||R||A politically incorrect western, something liberals are sure to despise.||$119,500,000|
|Blended||2014||PG-13||A widowed father of three daughters and a divorced mother of two sons accidentally end up staying together in a resort where the parents fall in love. This shows how important it is for a family to have both a mother and a father. It also condemns the homosexual agenda, as it favors traditional gender roles because the father’s oldest daughter gradually gives up her tomboyish style, to actually look like a traditional girl. Also has a celebration of baseball as well.||$46,294,610|
|Blue Collar||1978||R||This rare gem is one of the very few films to expose labor union corruption, first directed by former Grand Rapids native Paul Schrader.||$6,521,083|
|The Blues Brothers||1980||R||Though based on a recurring skit from Saturday Night Live, which is infamous for its history of liberal bias, this comedy designed to pay tribute to jazz and blues music contains a surprising conservative subtext. Blues singer siblings Joliet Jake and Elwood Blues embark "on a mission from God" by reuniting their bandmates, who have scattered around Chicago, so they can raise money to save the Catholic orphanage wherein they grew up. Despite being R-rated for vulgar language and often destructive slapstick comedy, it's Vatican approved. One less popular sequel premiered in 1998, Blues Brothers 2000.||$57,229,890|
|The Boys from Brazil||1978||R||The dangers of cloning are highlighted as infamous Josef Mengele (Gregory Peck in an opposite of his hero roles) tries to clone Adolf Hitler.|
|Braveheart||1995||R||Infuriated by his wife's murder, Scottish knight William Wallace (played by Mel Gibson) rallies an army to bring freedom to his people and country from the tyranny of English king Edward I. Based on the First War of Scottish Independence, it takes some creative liberties with the time frame, but it contains strong messages of patriotism and even some Christian allegories that stand the test of time (indeed, Wallace's sacrifice should remind viewers of the most significant event in Christian history). It won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 1995. A sequel called Robert the Bruce premiered in 2019.||$210.4 million|
|Brazil||1984||R||As in 1984, over-arching government is unambiguously shown here to be both an evil and a danger to all humanity, exactly as Weber foresaw. Made half a decade before the fall of the Berlin Wall, this first film in ex-Python Terry Gilliam's "dystopia triptych" - later: Twelve Monkeys (1995), The Zero Theorum (2013) - splendidly dresses its timely, Orwellian premise in a Kafka-esque bureaucratic nightmare of spirit-crushingly dismal yet relentlessly authoritarian mediocrity; not since King Lear have the 'grey men' of history been so acutely exposed. The later films are difficult to assess by today's standards of conservatism, although Twelve Monkeys is admittedly an outstanding cinematic achievement even if Blade Runner screen-writer David People's co-written sceenplay is politically harder to place; Zero Theorum's hero, Qohen Leth, is named after Qoheleth/Koheleth, anonymous author of the book of Ecclesiastes, but the only quality Leth seems to share with his wise, jaded, cynically pragmatic namesake is other-worldliness.||$9,929,135|
|Bruce Almighty||2003||PG-13||Jim Carrey stars in this comedy that, even with atheist Morgan Freeman portraying God, shows in a lighthearted, accessible way how no one mortal can successfully do God's job. Also shows how hard God's job is. It was written by Steve Koren & Mark O'Keefe, the same writers of Click.||$242,589,580|
|Captain America: The First Avenger||2011||PG-13||Based upon the adventures of the patriotic superhero from Marvel Comics (and perhaps the company's most conservative superhero ever created), the frail, sickly U.S. Army recruit Steve Rogers is enhanced to the peak of human physicality by an experimental serum, then uses his newfound supersoldier abilities to combat Nazi terror in Europe while wearing a star-spangled uniform to avoid identification and carrying a throwable shield. Ultimately, he hunts down Nazi supersoldier Johan Schmidt/Red Skull, who was subject to an early, flawed version of Rogers' serum and has stolen the Tesseract, an energy source of unknown potential. Though Rogers succeeds, he is soon left with no choice but to crash Schmidt's aircraft into a glacier, leaving him frozen in suspended animation for decades until he wakes up in 2012 and readies for the events of the next film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Avengers. Virtues shown include patriotism, perseverance, and the courage to confront evil dictators. It condemns against globalist views in the climax of the film, as Schmidt, when taunting Rogers, says, "I've seen the future, Captain! There are no flags!", referring to Rogers' choice to fight for his nation rather than harness the power of gods. Rogers rejects his claim by shouting, "Not my future!" Capitalism is painted positively in the form of a young Howard Stark (father of fellow Marvel superhero Tony Stark/Iron Man), who is first seen holding an expo for possible future inventions, including a flying car. The film condemns infidelity and premarital relations as well: British intelligence agent Peggy Carter initially assumes that Rogers is cheating on her (she learns the girl he is first seen dating previously forced herself on him); and, when Howard Stark says "fondue", he says he means a platonic dinner with Carter rather than innuendo for sex.||$176,654,505|
|Captain America: The Winter Soldier||2014||PG-13||Patriotic superhero and Avengers co-leader Steve Rogers/Captain America unravels a government conspiracy involving HYDRA, the Nazi terror group he fought in World War II, and tries reconnecting with his long-lost best friend James "Bucky" Barnes, who, after being frozen in suspended animation for decades like Rogers was, is now a brainwashed assassin known only as "The Winter Soldier". All the while, he stays true to principles that the United States was founded on, unwilling to see them destroyed. The filmmakers based the villains of this film on the NSA and the Obama regime.||$259,766,572|
|Captain America: Civil War||2016||PG-13||The United Nations proposes that the Avengers, the main superhero team of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, be put under their control. A rift in the team forms because of the disagreement between its two co-leaders: Tony Stark/Iron Man is for this measure, while Steve Rogers/Captain America is against it. Rogers, who believes in self-governance and along with his allies (Bucky Barnes/the Winter Solider, Sam Wilson/Falcon, Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch, Clint Barton/Hawkeye, and Scott Lang/Ant-Man) that it would be harmful to have the Avengers require government permission to fight a crime, never changes his stance on the issue. Through persistence, he prevents the UN from placing the whole group under globalist control.||$407,588,905|
|Casablanca||1942||NR||This most frequently aired movie on television as of 1977, this film was based on the play "Everybody Comes to Rick's." The triumph in the film of fidelity over promiscuity is a strongly conservative theme, and this movie portrays marriage, love, and fighting for freedom in a compelling way. This film glorifies self-sacrifice for greater good, and promotes doing what's right even at expense to oneself (Rick, as played by Humphrey Bogart). Vichy France and Nazis are disparaged. The actors and actresses on the set of the filming conducted themselves admirably off-camera, in contrast with other films, and even played chess during breaks and in a filmed scene.
|The Case for Christ||2017||PG||Based on a true story about an atheist couple, Chicago Tribune reporter Lee Strobel and his wife Leslie, who start to doubt their atheism when a Christian nurse saves their daughter Alison from choking while dining out. Soon after the incident, Leslie realizes that there is a God and converts to Christianity, but the skeptical Lee is not convinced and tries to find evidence to discredit Christianity, only to be proven wrong by evidence presented by a psychologist and a physician. Following the death of his estranged father after Lee brushes off a reconciliation, he realizes that his father had loved him and, following a talk with a colleague, he comes around and also realizes the existence of God and reconciles with Leslie.||$14,682,684|
|Catch that Kid||2004||PG||Three teenagers try to rob a bank, not for greed but to get money needed for one of their father’s surgery to save his life. In the end, they realize that even though their intentions were good what they did was wrong. They then end up getting the money through donations and generosity rather than theft. Thus giving the movie anti-socialist aspects, and anti-universal healthcare aspects, as they realized it was wrong to take other people’s money to pay for their healthcare.||$16,703,799|
|Chariots of Fire||1981||PG||Based on the parallel lives of two British Olympians, devout Scottish Presbyterian Eric Liddell, who wants to run for the glory of God, and Jewish Englishman Harold Abrahams both struggle to overcome prejudice in 1924 Britain. That year's Olympics Games was especially spiritual when Liddell refused the Prince of Wales' request that he perform his competition on a Sunday.||$58,972,904|
|Chappaquiddick||2018||PG-13||This Hollywood film doesn't feature any history revisionism and tells the cold hard truth about Ted Kennedy during the Chappaquiddick incident angering liberal critics in the process. To add insult to injury the film ended up overperforming as well||$17,894,212|
|Cheaper by the Dozen||2003||PG||In this pro-family feature, a father must sacrifice his dreams of success for the benefit of his large family. As a loose remake of the original 1950 film starring Clifton Webb and Myrna Loy, this remake stars Steve Martin and Bonnie Hunt.||$190,212,113|
|Cheaper by the Dozen 2||2005||PG||In this sequel to the pro-family remake, the Baker family takes a vacation and competes against a rival family in a tournament. In the end, they realize family is what matters most.||$82,571,173|
|Chef||2014||R||A capitalistic chef starts his own restaurant after liberal food critics begin criticizing his work, and he begins questioning why he became a chef in the first place. At the same time, our protagonist Carl Casper also tries to connect with estranged family. The film promotes capitalism and family values in a positive light.||$31,424,003|
|Chinatown||1974||R||This thriller highlights the deceit surrounding water rights in southern California and L.A.'s water system, removing most of the water from the central valley. It doesn't adhere to political correctness because the main protagonist is told a dirty joke at one point and later tells it to his fellow private detectives, who use the term "Chinaman." The sequel, The Two Jakes, followed in 1990.||$30,000,000 (worldwide estimate)|
|Chitty Chitty Bang Bang||1968||G||Set in 1910s England and loosely based upon the epic children's novel by Ian Fleming (the creator of the James Bond franchise), widower inventor Caractacus Potts raises money to buy and repair an old race car, then takes his children and new love interest for a picnic on the beach. There, he tells them an epic tale about going on a mission to defend the car from a villainous king and queen who have outlawed children in the fictitious country of Vulgaria, and the story comes to life on screen. The film celebrates family unity, portrays a capitalistic entity (the candy empire owned by the father of Truly Scrumptious, Potts' love interest) in a positive light.||$7.5 million|
|Christopher Robin||2018||PG||Christopher Robin is now an adult; as well as a husband and father. Who unfortuanetly neglects his family for work. Once he is reunited with his old childhood fieneds, his childlike wonder is restored and reconnects with his family.||$99,215,042|
|The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe||2005||PG||Based upon the Christian allegory written by C.S. Lewis, four orphans discover the magical realm of Narnia, which can be accessed through a wardrobe, where they are chosen by a prophecy to confront the Satan-esque White Witch. The omnipotent and benevolent lion Aslan, a stand-in for Jesus, is instrumental in this goal since he frees Narnia from being frozen in a perpetual winter with no Christmas and because he sacrifices himself in place of orphan Edmund, who is temporarily manipulated by the White Witch, and resurrects in a Christ-like manner (according to Aslan, there is a "deeper magic from before the dawn of time" that will resurrect anyone killed in place of a traitor). Besides sacrifice, morals include courage, loyalty, friendship, honor, and redemption.||$291,709,845|
|The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian||2008||PG||Based upon the Christian allegory written by C.S. Lewis.||$141,621,490|
|The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader||2010||PG||Based upon the Christian allegory written by C.S. Lewis.||$104,383,624|
|Cinderella Man||2005||PG-13||Based on the story of boxing heavyweight champion James Braddock, the protagonist prizes family because he takes up boxing so he can provide for them during the Great Depression. In addition, it promotes loyalty and integrity as well, as his promoter not only tried to help him with boxing, but had also gone as far alongside his wife to sell everything they had to aid Braddock in trying to win the titleship, with Braddock's wife learning this when about to tell his promoter off for apparently selling him out.||$108.5 million|
|The Circle||2017||PG-13||Based on the Dave Eggers novel of the same name, the film showcases how "material success, intellectual enlightenment, technological advancement, and utilitarian ethics — ultimately cannot satisfy the existential longing each of us has." ||$40.6 million|
|Citizen Kane||1941||PG||Voted by film critics to be the greatest film ever made, its innovations shaped the entire movie industry. Conservative for its unflattering exposure of mainstream media moguls and the fall of an arrogant man.
Its twist ending is a tribute to the lasting value of good childhood memories.
|City Slickers||1991||PG-13||In this motivational, feel-good feature, a man goes on vacation to Colorado with his friends to be cowboys in order to find his happiness. The main lesson is knowing what's really important in life. A sequel followed in 1993: City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold".||$179,033,791|
|Click||2006||PG-13||Written by Steve Koren & Mark O'Keefe, the same writers of Bruce Almighty, a man finds a remote control that can control his life and be able to skip many events in it, including many involving his family. He then learns that he should instead appreciate his life and his family to its fullest, and not to be ungrateful with experiences that he thinks, out of selfishness, he doesn't always feel like living.||$137,340,146|
|Close Encounters of the Third Kind||1977||PG||Makes this list because of an hilarious, anti-mask scene in which the actor Richard Dreyfuss is riding on a bus where everyone is complying with a government order to wear a mask, whereupon he rips off his mask and declares that there is nothing wrong with the air.||$135,189,114|
|Coach Carter||2005||PG-13||The moral is that graduating from high school and having a strong moral compass are more important than becoming a famous athlete.||$67,253,092|
|Cobra||1986||R||Sylvester Stallone plays a tough police officer who is seemingly above the law, in order to control and stop crime. The story has some anti-statism aspects because Cobra cares more about protecting the people than protecting the law. The liberals and the press are shown in a negative light for not supporting his efforts to stop a cult of social Darwinist serial killers.||$49,042,224|
|Coma||1978||PG||The villains run a conspiracy to push abortion at a hospital where organs are illegally collected.|
|Concussion||2015||PG-13||This whistleblower film exposes the NFL's ignorance to its players' medical issues that the lamestream media has ignored. (See also Unplug the NFL.) The film also may have be the reason to the NFL's rating decline the next year.||$34,542,474|
|Contact||1997||PG||The overall message is about how science and faith do not have to be in opposition to one another.||$100,853,835|
|Cool Hand Luke||1967||PG||Admires the refusal of a man (played by Paul Newman, while supporting actor George Kennedy won the Oscar) to allow his spirit to be broken, with religious symbolism. This movie glorifies masculinity and portrays the Deep South favorably.||$16,200,000|
|Courageous||2011||PG-13||This Sherwood Pictures drama film focuses on the role of fathers and the need for them.||$34,522,221|
|Cronos||1993||R||In this Mexican film by Guillermo del Toro (Pan's Labyrinth, Hellboy), an elderly antiques dealer has a chance at immortality—but at the cost of being a leech to others. Mostly in Spanish with large parts in English.||$621,392|
|Daddy’s Home||2015||PG-13||A pro-family comedy, that promotes the concept of fatherhood. The dad and step-dad compete for attention of the kids, in the end they realize they both have the same goal, which is they want what is best for the kids. In addition the film is anti-alcoholism, with Will Ferrell’s character’s getting completely drunk at a basketball game, which cause him to do some hurtful things, which nearly ruins his marriage.||$150,357,137|
|Daddy's Home 2||2017||PG-13||The sequel still shares the same pro-family message.|
|Daredevil||2003||PG-13||Matthew Murdock is Catholic and harassaed by the fake news media.||$102,000,000.|
|The Dark Knight||2008||PG-13||The sequel to Batman Begins contains a Christian allegory (specifically, the ending has Batman selflessly volunteering to have himself take the blame for the crimes that Harvey Dent committed after the latter went insane from grief and the Joker's influence in order to ensure that the criminals he locked up cannot be released onto the street after he was forced to kill Dent to save Gordon's son.) with messages of not giving in to terrorists and condemning of nihilism and anarchy via the actions of the Joker, Batman's most infamous adversary.||$533,316,061|
|The Dark Knight Rises||2012||PG-13||The conclusion of the Dark Knight trilogy, set seven years after The Dark Knight, depicts Occupy Wall Street-esque protesters as terrorists and has a hero (Batman) that does the right thing even when it is the harder thing to do. Furthermore, it subtly condemns the French Revolution as the events of the story are in part derived from Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities.||$448,139,099|
|Dark Matter||2007||R||A candid look at professor values along with problems associated with lack of assimilation; liberals first praised the movie and even awarded it the Alfred P. Sloan Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2007, but after realizing its conservative message, panned it.||$30,041|
|Darkest Hour||2017||PG-13||A biopic of heroic WWII leader Winston Churchill with no historical revisionism at all. It won 2 academy awards and was nominated for 6 more.||$180,000,000|
|The Death of Stalin||2017 (UK and Toronto)
2018 (America and France)
|R||An adaptation of the French historical fiction graphic novel of the same name. Although largely a satirical black comedy, the movie nonetheless accurately shows the horrific events of the Soviet Union under Stalin's totalitarian rule and the events after his death, as well as the innately cowardly and treacherous nature of the Soviet Politburo (see Atheism and cowardice as well as Atheism and Mass Murder). It also is one of the few films to allude to the anti-Semitic Doctor's plot that Stalin had orchestrated prior to his death (which had ironically been precipitated due to the doctor's plot killing off all the best doctors in Moscow at the time), making clear that, contrary to what the left claims, the USSR and the left adhered to anti-Semitism. The director of the film, Armando Iannucci, admits that a large part of the reason he made the film was partly because of how Stalin was still revered in Russia to the extent that the Russian hotel he stayed at had a portrait of Stalin up, while pointing out that no one would dare do the same regarding Hitler in similar situations. As if reinforcing this, the movie also ended up banned in Russia at the order of Vladimir Putin.||$15.7 million|
|Death Wish||1974||R||Bleeding heart New York City liberal Paul Kersey learns the importance of the Second Amendment following a brutal attack on his wife and daughter. Following this he begins fighting back against muggers and is deemed a vigilante. During this time crime begins to decline (because criminals don't normally attack armed civilians). However contrary to popular belief, the film does not glorify vigilantism, as the film acknowledges that if the vigilante isn't stopped it could led to anarchy (pure Marxism is the complete absence of government). Followed by four sequels in 1982, 1985, 1987 and 1994. Remake in 2018.||$22 million|
|Delivery Man||2013||PG-13||Republican actor Vince Vaughn portrays a delivery man who finds out that he is the biological father to 533 children. Realizing the importance of family, he learns how to be a father figure and take on more responsibilities.||$30,664,106|
|The Delta Force||1986||R||Conservative star Chuck Norris plays U.S. Army Delta Force Captain Scott McCoy, who leads his team to battle Islamic terrorists. The film emphasizes bravery, heroism, and honor while avoiding political correctness and showing the true nature of the radical Islamic political agenda (very rarely shown in today's films).
Jews are portrayed sympathetically, as the terrorists' leader, Abdul Rafai, is viciously anti-Semitic. He demands that the Jewish hostages be separated from the others, and forces a German Flight Attendant to read out their names. He insists that the Jews killed in the holocaust were "not enough." When the aforementioned Flight Attendant collects the hostages' passports, she notices a number tattooed on one of the Jewish hostage's arm, indicating that he's a Concentration Camp survivor and she gives him a look of sympathy.
The film also depicts Israel in a positive light, as the Israelis assist the Americans by providing them with intel.
|Denial||2016||PG-13||Anti-history revisionist film. Writer and historian Deborah E. Lipstadt must battle for historical truth to prove the existence Holocaust when David Irving, a Holocaust denier, sues her for libel .||$4,073,489|
|Dirty Harry||1971||R||Released at the dawn of what historians call the Conservative backlash (a direct response to 1960s radicalism), Clint Eastwood plays a tough San Francisco police officer who doesn't let bureaucratic regulations stop him from doing what he knows is morally right. The film criticizes not only the then-recent Supreme Court decisions which granted new rights to criminals but also the traditional moral decay America experienced during the 1960s and 1970s. Four sequels followed suit: Magnum Force (1973), The Enforcer (1976), Sudden Impact (1983), and The Dead Pool (1988).||$35 million|
|Doctor Zhivago||1965||PG-13||Master filmmaker David Lean directed this powerful film that celebrates the natural rights of the individual as well as the triumph of charity, faith, hope, and love. His work takes an honest and uncompromising stance on the dangers of Communism as well. It won the Oscar for best picture.
|Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead||1991||PG-13||In this pro-family movie, five siblings (two are teenagers) are left alone for the summer, with no money after their elderly babysitter passes away. They realize the importance of hard work, as well the responsibilities of being indepedent, and the negative effects of drugs. Also gives an anti-regulated economy message by showing the dangers of using and relying on other people's money, as after the younger siblings stole money from their older sister's purse (which she stole from the company with petty cash), they realize this was wrong and selfish. In addition there are brief anti-taxation aspects, with Christina Applegate's character; Sue Ellen being frustrated when they took away so much of her money because of taxation. In the end the teenagers manage to clean themselves up, and quit drinking alcohol, doing drugs and smoking, and focus more on becoming successful adults.||$25,196,249|
|Dracula||1931||UR||This adaption of Bram Stoker's novel from 1897 features one of Hollywood's first Christian protagonists: vampire hunter Dr. Abraham Van Helsing.|
|Dredd||2012||R||Based on the comic strip Judge Dredd. Anti-drug war film where villains are drug dealers and addicts who are portrayed as very sadistic individuals, the hero Judge Dredd, assisted by a Judge-in-training who is also a psychic, is forced to fight them. The film shows the bravery of the police officers who do what's right, while the film's main villain, a female drug lord nicknamed "Ma-Ma", tries to hinder their progress by calling in several corrupt Judges (akin to the corrupt liberal judges who currently populate various courts in the United States in real life to pervert justice and repeatedly violate the Constitution) to interfere with the honest Judges.||$13,414,714|
|Dunkirk||2017||PG-13||From Christopher Nolan, director of the conservative Dark Knight Trilogy, tells the dramatization of the Dunkirk evacuation. This action-packed adventure never derails in to political correctness and history revision as many liberal critics opened fire on the film for its lack of diversity and feminism..||$188 million|
|The East||2013||PG-13||A private intelligence firm must take out an eco-terrorism organization.||$2,301,839|
|Ed||1996||PG||This heartwarming film starting Matt LeBlanc celebrates baseball as well as the importance of friendship.||$4,422,380|
|Enemy of the State||1998||R||A lawyer discovers a videotape revealing the death of a congressman and ends up a target for NSA official Thomas Bryan Reynolds (who plans on destroying the Fourth Amendment). Some say it shockingly predicted the Edward Snowden controversy and the Obama administration's crimes 15 years later.||$111,549,836|
|The Equalizer||2014||R||In this adaption of the conservative 1980s television series, Denzel Washington portrays retired intelligence agent-turned-vigilante Robert McCall, the role originated in the original series by British actor Edward Woodward.||$101,530,738|
|The Equalizer 2'||2018||R||Sequel to the 2014 film|
|Escape from Hell||2000||UR||Drama about a doctor and near-death experience.||NA - DVD|
|Evan Almighty||2007||PG||In the stand-alone sequel to Bruce Almighty, God chooses an unlikely hero named Evan to build a modern-day ark to save his town from an upcoming storm.||$100,462,298|
|Evelyn||2002||PG||True story of Irish father's legal struggle to recover his kids from an orphanage.||$1,483,975|
|The Even Stevens Movie||2003||PG||Like the TV show it was based on, the movie had pro-family values. The movie also had a massive condemnation towards Hollywood values, as the main antagonist of the film was a Reality TV host who tricked the Steven family into going to an island in the Pacific and then getting them shunned by the "tribe" (all of whom were actors) and often instigating various fights between the family, one instance nearly driving Ren to nearly commit murder against Louis, with his largely being depicted in a very negative light especially after the reveal. In addition, Louis' friend makes no qualms about how she was disgusted with the Reality TV genre.||N/A (TV movie)|
|The Exorcism of Emily Rose||2005||PG-13||The film is loosely based on the story of Anneliese Michel (Americanized to probably protect the identity of the deceased) in which a priest performed an exorcism that costs a young girl's life. The movie's villain is an atheist lawyer who tries to convict the priest of negligent homicide, rather than believe it was the work of Satan.||$75,072,454|
|The Exorcist||1973||R||(not for children) - A portrayal of pure evil against a positive characterization of Christianity. It broke the record for movie revenue and had several sequels and imitators, e.g. The Omen in 1976 and its sequels. A 2016 TV series of the same name follows up on the events of the original film.||$441,071,011|
|The Expendables||2010||R||This action-packed adventure unites such conservative stars as Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, and former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.||$103,068,524|
|The Expendables 2||2012||R||The sequel to 2010's The Expendables stars returning conservative action stars Stallone, Willis, and Schwarzenegger as well as Chuck Norris.||$85,028,192|
|The Expendables 3||2014||PG-13||The threequel to the conservative film franchise.||$39,322,544|
|Facing the Giants||2006||PG||The main message is straightforward: trust in God, let Him take over, and good things will happen.||$10,178,331|
|Faith of My Fathers||2005||PG-13||The true story of John McCain when he served valiantly in the Vietnam War.|
|Fat Kid Rules the World||2012||R||Based on a 2003 young adult novel of the same name, a six-foot-one and 296 pound 17-year-old boy named Troy Billings overcomes challenges, as things have been very hard on him with his mother deceased, living with his father and younger brother. It also rightfully shows the negatives of school bullying and suicide. Troy also befriends a non-conformist punk rocker named Marcus MacCrae who becomes hospitalized due to illicit drug use but he finally recovers in the end, thus giving the film an anti-drug message as well. It is also pro-family values as Troy learns the consequences of his actions. Despite all of the conservative messages, this movie is NOT for kids because it has a lot of foul language and even some violence.|
|Father of the Bride||1950||G||Very Pro-family. A father tries to come to terms with his daughter getting married.||$6,084,000|
|Father of the Bride||1991||PG||Re-make of the 1950 classic. Pro-family. Followed by a sequel that portrays parenthood positively.||$89.3 million|
|Father’s Day||1997||PG-13||Pro-family and pro-fatherhood, as Billy Crystal and Robin Williams team up to find a runaway boy, each believes to be the father of.||$28,681,080|
|Ferris Bueller's Day Off||1986||PG-13||A cool teen in Chicago plays hooky with his girlfriend, his best friend, and a vintage Ferrari restored by his best friend's unseen, car-obsessed father. The film shows how teenagers can have fun without drugs, alcohol, or tobacco; and the main character is faithful to his girlfriend, likely choosing abstinence. In a clear anti-socialist statement, Ferris says that "I'm not European, I don't plan on being European. So who gives a crap if they're socialists? They could be fascist anarchists, it still doesn't change the fact that I don't own a car. Not that I condone fascism." Since the movie mocks the liberal public education system, Ferris even directly states that he is not socialist and will never be such. Furthermore, the character arc experienced by Ferris' best friend Cameron Fry promotes family unity because, after taking out his anger on his father's Ferrari and ultimately wrecking it beyond repair, Cameron gains the emotional maturity and courage to confront Mr. Fry about neglecting his wife and son for some time due to his obsession with restoring the car. Conservative commentator, economist, and comedian Ben Stein appears as one of Ferris's teachers.||$70,136,369|
|Fiddler on the Roof||1971||G||Based on a timeless Broadway musical, itself inspired by a series of Yiddish-language folk tales starring Tevyeh the Dairyman, the film celebrates tradition, faith, and the importance of family against a historical background of the persecution of Russian Jews. As Tevyeh's daughters break with Jewish marriage customs in different ways one by one, their home shtetl of Anatevka becomes more vulnerable to tsarist invaders, suggesting that tradition is what keeps society strong and healthy. Even so, Tevyeh makes clear before the opening credits that, "Without our traditions, our lives would be as shaky as... as... as a fiddler on the roof!"||$50,000,000|
|Fight Club||1999||R||Fight club is considered to be a "conservative classic" for audiences mature enough to handle the violence and language. It argues against the idea that society can alter or control our basic human nature. One of the characters rants against consumerism which lead liberals to believe it is anti-capitalist moral, but don't be fooled. In reality it's pro self governance and anti-consumerism moral. We can't fill our happiness with buying things. It's pro-masculinity and warns society of the dangers of trying to suppress masculinity and promotes assertiveness and strength in men's minds and bodies.
The story is about a nameless first person character (Edward Norton) who is stuck in an unwanted job and life, who attends support groups to deal with his insomnia and depressed emotional state. He runes into a female romantic interest around the same time he begins associating with "Tyler" (Brad Pitt) where he gets embroiled in an underground fight club and soap making scheme.
|The Finest Hours||2016||PG-13||This historical drama shows the virtues of the United States Coast Guards, based on their 1952 rescue of the crew of the SS Pendleton.||$27,569,558|
|Fireproof||2008||PG||Highly successful pro-Christian, pro-marriage film created by Sherwood Pictures.||$33,451,479|
|First They Killed My Father||2017||TV-MA||An adaptation of Cambodian-America Loung Ung's memoir of the horrors Khmer Rouge.||Netflix film|
|Flash of Genius||2008||PG-13||The intellectual property of a hard-working, solitary inventor is promoted, and his children stick by his side through enormous difficulties.||$3,744,790|
|Flight 93||2006||PG-13||Shows the bravery of the passengers on Flight 93, which was hijacked on September 11th, 2001, and crashed into a Pennsylvania field. The passengers fought back against the Islamic hijackers.||NA - TV|
|Flight of the Navigator||1986||PG||A boy named David Scott Freeman is abducted by a UFO and then wakes up in a ravine, only to discover that he's been transported 8 years into the future. The series contains strong pro-family themes as David's parents are shown to be filled with overwhelming joy and happiness after seeing David for the first time in 8 years. David's little brother, Jeff, has an antagonistic relationship with David early in the movie but when David disappears for 8 years, a now-16-year-old Jeff regrets the way he treated his brother and reconciles with him. David's family is very supportive in helping him adjust to his situation. When David is in the hospital for testing to find out why he hasn't aged, one of his family stays with him at all times so he won't be alone. When David goes back in time at the end of the film, he learns to have more appreciation for his family, including Jeff. The film also depicts government bureaucrats in a negative light, as NASA treats the UFO and David as mere science experiments and is unsympathetic to David's situation. The agents take David away from his family and put him in an isolated, locked room. David's father becomes enraged when he finds out how NASA has been treating David. The agents later place the whole family under House Arrest. When David goes to his family's home in 1986, the NASA agents are there to take him away again, and that's when he decides to go back in time to 1978 despite the ship's computer, Max, insisting that it's potentially dangerous.||$18,564,613|
|For Greater Glory: The True Story of Cristiada||2012||R||The Catholic Cristeros Army fights back for religious freedom against a suppressive, leftist government. Based on the Cristeros War of the 1920s.||$5,608,651|
|Forbidden Planet||1956||UR||Please add info||$3,000,000|
|Ford v. Ferrari||2019||PG-13||One of the best films of 2019 was also one of its most conservative. A classic example of a "guy movie", this fact based racing drama has a pro-family and pro-America message. It also portrays capitalism in a positive light.||$225,483,204|
|The Forgotten||2004||PG-13||A mystery film with a great Pro-life message.||$67,133,509|
|Forrest Gump||1994||PG-13||The film shows how the "counterculture" movements of the 1960s and 1970s, as well as drugs, lead to a miserable life. Gump has a more conservative lifestyle, while Jenny leaves her liberal lifestyle after she realizes the shortcomings of it, also suffering from AIDS from a brief relapse and dying as a result. Finally, a main message is that Lyndon B. Johnson was largely responsible for the Vietnam War, not Richard Nixon as most liberals like George Lucas tend to think.||$329,694,499|
|The Founder||2016||PG-13||Michael Keaton portrays Ray Kroc, founder of the capitalistic fast-food empire McDonald's—which is painted positively, much to the chagrin of liberals—in this biographical historical drama detailing the obstacles Kroc overcame and the risks he took to succeed in business and redefine the fast food industry.||$24 million|
|The Fountainhead||1949||UR||Gary Cooper and Patricia Neal starring in Ayn Rand's classic story of the right of the individual to produce on their own terms.||Unknown|
|Frankenstein||1931||UR||James Whale directed this loose adaptation of the classic tale by Mary Shelley warning about the consequences playing God and setting a golden standard for mad scientist stock characters seen throughout popular culture.||$12 million|
|Fred Claus||2007||PG||Republican actor Vince Vaughn plays Fred Claus, the older brother of Christmas icon Santa Claus (born Nicholas "Nick" Claus in this universe), who must overcome his jealousy to remember the importance of their literally immortal family and save Christmas from being ruined. A major theme of redemption applies to Fred, the young orphan Samuel "Slam" Gibbons, and the evil efficiency expert Clyde Archibald Northcutt, all of whom learn the errors of their ways. Traditional gender roles are depicted by the elves: the men make baseball bats for the boys, the women make hula hoops for the girls, etc. There is a positive establishment of American popular culture icon Superman (he's only mentioned, but toy Supermans are shown and Clyde Northcutt is wearing a Superman cape once reformed), and mild politically incorrect humor is featured.||$72,006,777|
|Free State of Jones||2016||A film inspired by the life of Newton Knight, a deserted Confederate soldier who revolted against the Confederacy in Jones Country, Mississippi. The film portrayed positive and accurate images of the Republicans, as there is a scene where Knight and his fellows state their will to vote only for the Republican Party despite the hostility of the presented and armed Democrats.|
|Fury||2014||R||Follows the crew of the titular Sherman tank, most prominently a young rookie soldier, who at first, is reluctant to kill. But as time goes on, he comes to learn and appreciate the importance of the struggle against the Nazis. All the while, we see the bonds of friendship that form between warriors.||$211,817,906|
|G-Force||2009||PG||Sapient animals use technology for good, but their help is shut down by the government agents (clearly been shown in negative life), while the secret villain of the movie is pushing anti-human sentiments. In the end, he realizes the error of his ways and learns that family matters most. The movie shows that you don't need authority to stop wrongdoing, and just be willing to fight for what is right.||$119,436,770|
|The Game Plan||2007||PG||A self-centered quarterback’s life is turning upside down, when he finds out he has an eight year old daughter. At the end he realizes he loves his daughter more than football, in this pro-fatherhood film.||$90,648,202|
|Ghost||1990||PG-13||Even though the film has liberal actress Whoopi Goldberg as a psychic medium the film does show Christian values, as ghost Sam Wheat tries to uncover a bank fraud case, when he does convinces Goldberg to give the money to a Christian charity. It also has an anti-infidelity message, as despite being widowed, Sam's wife Molly still refuses to be with anyone else, even when his false friend Carl tries to hit on her. Also it isn't PC on damnation, as the villains are seen being cared away helplessly by evil spirits after they die. It also acknowledges that heaven & hell exists.||$217,631,306|
|Ghostbusters||1984||PG||Three parapsychologists (later joined by a fourth teammate, who acts as their voice of reason) lose their jobs at Columbia University as they fail to deal with a ghost plaguing the New York Public Library, so they develop ghost-weakening "proton packs" and go into business ridding New York City of poltergeists. The film fittingly satirizes an unfair (and likely liberal) professor, senseless academic research, paganism, and a villainous EPA regulator. One conservative sample line by Ghostbuster Raymond "Ray" Stantz (Dan Aykroyd) when asked to shift from the public to the private sector reads like this: "I don’t know about that. I’ve worked in the private sector. They expect results!" A sequel, Ghostbusters 2, followed in 1989, though there is some debate as to whether it qualifies as great since it revisits many of the same plot points from the first movie. The original film was remade in 2016 as a liberal revisionist and pro-feminist piece (with the four main character all female), which bombed at the box office and had a trailer almost universally panned on YouTube.||$242,212,467|
|Gigi||1958||G||A marvelous and beautifully-made musical film from a bygone era (the Arthur Freed Unit), Gigi condemns prostitution and the lifestyle of the snobbish, spoiled rich people. The film is also a celebratory of the essence, beauty, and power of a true love between a man and a woman who each want something more out of life than the provincial, liberal lifestyle of 1900 Paris. Winner of nine Academy Awards: Best Picture, Director, Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography (Color), Art Direction-Set Decoration, Costume Design, Film Editing, Original Song (for the title song "Gigi"), and Scoring of a Musical Picture.||$13,208,725|
|Gladiator||2000||R||The tale of an enslaved former Roman general, Maximus (played by Russell Crowe), who becomes a gladiator and brings down a corrupt Emperor, features some of the most exciting action sequences ever filmed, backed by Hanns Zimmer’s soaring soundtrack. In essence this is a movie about confronting evil and destroying it. There is not an ounce of appeasement or the whiff of "engagement" in Maximus’s blood, only the desire to avenge the murder of his family and see justice carried out. It is the sort of uncompromising movie experience guaranteed to send pacifists and lily-livered liberals running for the exits.||$457.6 million|
|God's Not Dead||2014||PG||A brave young Christian man stands up to his atheist bully of a professor (played by real-life conservative Christian (Kevin Sorbo) and demonstrates the strength and wholesomeness of Christianity while exposing the folly of professor values. Furthermore, it illustrates atheists as people who acknowledge that there is a God but refuse to have faith in Him for any number of reasons—in this case, self-hatred and spite; and it features conservative celebrity cameos such as Willie and Korie Robertson (of Duck Dynasty fame), plus the Christian rock band The Newsboys. Liberals were shocked when it stood strong in the box office, being in the top 5 in its opening weekend. Of course, all the world's atheists were furious because they felt unfairly portrayed, which only proves the film's thesis that atheists are more animalistic and less rational than Christians.||$60,755,732|
|God's Not Dead 2||2016||PG||In this sequel, roles are reversed, and the teacher, played by Christian conservative Melissa Joan Hart, is the protagonist as she tries to help her students reconnect their faith in God.||$20,774,575|
|Godzilla vs. Biollante||1989||PG||Although the Godzilla franchise has been politically neutral for the most part. This film does take jabs at genetic engineering and playing God.||$7 million|
|Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer||2018||R||Pro-life film that, as indicated by the title, showcases the horrific aspects of the abortion industry and especially of the abortionist Kermit Gosnell. Unfortunately, despite lots of rave reviews, it was pulled from theaters early for political reasons.||$2.5 million|
|Gone With the Wind||1939||UR||This American cinema classic celebrates traditional man-and-woman relationships as well as a strongly feminine heroine who is the antithesis of a modern feminist. It held the record for the top-grossing film for decades, unadjusted for inflation, as well as the most Academy Award wins for a motion picture, until Ben-Hur, another great conservative motion picture, premiered twenty years later.||$198,676,459|
|Goodbye Lenin||2003||A dedicated communist school teacher has a heart attack and lapses into a coma on the eve of the Fall of the Berlin Wall. When she awakens 8 months later, the doctors inform her family she needs to be shielded from any shock or excitement that could cause a relapse. Her son, daughter, and friends try to recreate the appearance of life as it was under her beloved East German Democratic regime. The scene of her stepping outside for the first time during her recovery, only to see a statue of Lenin being removed, is both heartwarming and unforgettable, as are the fake news broadcasts the family creates on videotape to try to break the news of the immense changes occurring since the collapse of communism. The film is a comedic look at the challenge of reintegrating a generation of socialists and otherwise good people raised on fake news, Cultural Marxism, and lies back into the real world and normal society with love, patience, and understanding.||$79 million|
|The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly||1966||R||Hollywood conservative Clint Eastwood plays an unnamed sheriff in a campaign for peace and justice in the American Old West.||$25,100,000|
|The Goonies||1985||PG-13||The adventures of teenagers trying to find a long-lost treasure, before the criminals do.||$61,503,218|
|The Gospel According to St. Matthew||1964||In spite of his avowed homosexuality, Marxism and atheism, controversial Director Pier Paolo Pasolini shocked his critics and advocates alike with this surprisingly reverent portrayal of Christ in the gospel of Matthew. He expressed his sympathies for Christianity, even going as far as to portray the miracles and ultimately the resurrection of Christ in a brilliantly poetic and artistic light. The movie even received acclaim from the Vatican and is considered one of the best Christian films ever made.|
|Gran Torino||2008||R||In this "guy-cry" feature, gun-toting, Korean War veteran Walt Kowalski (played by Clint Eastwood) is upset that his neighborhood has lost its traditional American values and turned multicultural, overflowed with gangs and violence. He takes down a violent gang terrorizing the community, turns a boy into a man, and strengthens his Catholic faith.||$270 million|
|Grease||1978||PG||Some conservative messages and no feminism or other political correctness; jokes about public school and even television during the 1950s. Despite its spectacular success with the public, Grease was punished by the Academy Awards with no Oscars, perhaps because of its conservative themes.||$153,113,000|
|The Great Escape||1963||UR||Based on the true story about Allied PoWs who staged a daring escape from a Nazi prisoner-of-war camp during World War II.|
|The Great Outdoors||1998||PG (PG-13)||A pro-family film about camping in the woods. Also anti-environmentalism.||$41,455,230|
|The Greatest Story Ever Told||1965||UR||Swedish actor Max Von Sydow brilliantly portrays Jesus in this aptly-named feature.||$8,000,000 (U.S.), $20,000,0000 (worldwide)|
|The Greatest Showman||2017||PG||Based on the true story of P. T. Barnum this musical celebrates the American Dream, as he helped build and create his own circus. Besides from that there various Christian values as well, such as the redemptive themes shown, the faithfulness, and being pro-marriage and pro-family. In addition it also promotes the idea of treating everyone with respect and dignity. Finally the film also promotes the concept of individualism. ||$174,340,174|
|The Green Berets||1968||G||American soldiers in the Vietnam War fight for their honor.||$11,000,000|
|Groundhog Day||1993||PG||While in the small Pennsylvania town of Punxsutawney to report on the annual Groundhog Day festivities, arrogant Pittsburg weather forecaster Phil Connors is trapped in a time loop that forces him to keep reliving the same February 2 over and over again. After indulging in hedonism, repeatedly failing to seduce his attractive new producer Rita, sinking into depression, and exhausting every way to commit suicide, he begins reexamining his life and priorities. He then uses his memorization of the day's events, besides the stories of various townspeople, to improve himself and help as many people in need as he can within a 24-hour limit, which ultimately allows him to win over Rita and break free from the loop. Overall, this whimsical comedy is outstandingly conservative and Christian because no explanation other than God's will is given for the loop, especially since it gives Phil a chance at redemption for his past immoral behavior.||$70,906,973|
|Hanna's War||1988||PG-13||This biographical drama follows the life of Hanna Szenes, a Hungarian Jew who volunteered to rescued her Jewish members from Nazi concentration camps during WWII.||$139,796|
|Hardcore||1979||R||A father must rescue his runaway daughter from a California porn ring. Written as well as directed by Grand Rapids, Michigan native, Paul Schrader, whose hometown is featured in its opening credits and early scenes and Susan Raye's version of the beloved Gospel classic song, "Precious Memories" is in the film's opening and closing.|
|Harry's War||1981||PG||Anti-IRS comedy.||Unknown|
|Heaven Can Wait||1978||PG||a funny, immensely popular and acclaimed comedy that recognizes angels and the afterlife while echoing ideals like the American Dream, as a remake of a Hollywood movie from its heyday. See also Was Clemente an angel?||$98.8 million|
|Here Comes the Boom||2012||PG||A high school teacher played by Kevin James, tries to raise money for his school, by fighting in the MMA. To not only save certain school programs but save the job of a teacher whose wife is pregnant. Also promotes citizenship and patriotism, as Kevin James' character is also a night instructor for an adult citizenship class, which show the idea of people coming into our country legally and becoming citizens as the right thing. Kevin James also even put some elements of his Christian Faith into the movie.||$45,290,318|
|Hero||1992||PG-13||A petty criminal does something heroic and risks his life saving passengers from a plane crash. The film shows that even those with character flaws can do good.||$19,487,173|
|The Hiding Place||1975||PG||Biopic World War II story of Corrie and Betsy (Elizabeth) ten Boom (Jeannette Clift, Julie Harris), who hid Jews in their Haarlem, Netherlands home's secret wall and were betrayed and imprisoned in Ravensbruck Women's concentration camp in Germany, until Betsy's death and Corrie's accidental release through what would years later be found to be a clerical mistake, as all the other women in Corrie's group of prisoners were gassed to death shortly afterwards. A true lesson of "no pit is so deep that God's love is not deeper still." Produced by Billy Graham Evangelical Association's, World Wide Pictures.||unknown revenue|
|Hitler's Children||1943||UR/PG||A sensational melodrama about the Hitler Youth of pre-WWII 1930s Nazi Germany, based on Gregor Ziemer's best selling "Education for Death: The Making of A Nazi".||$3,355,000|
|Hocus Pocus||1993||PG||A teenager named Max (whose family moved from Los Angeles to Salem, Massachusetts) ends up summoning three evil devil-worshipping witches, who plan on absorbing the life essence of all children until they are young, beautiful, and immortal. Max, his sister Dani, his love interest Allison, and an immortal human-turned-cat named Thackery Binx work together to stop the witches before the end of Halloween that night. The movie portrays family values like the love between siblings in a positive light, from Binx trying (but sadly failing) to save his sister from dying to Max drinking a deadly potion to draw the witches' attention away from Dani; Winifred in contrast (played by very liberal actress Bette Midler) callously doesn't do the same for her own sisters. Heaven is shown at the end of the movie when Binx reunites with his sister, and their spirits walk to Heaven together. A novelization/sequel of the movie was published in 2018.||$39,514,713|
|Home Alone||1990||PG||This Christmas classic is about Kevin McCallister, who accidentally gets stuck home alone and thus learns to be independent and self-reliant. Not only that, but he defends his family house from burglars by resourcefully making booby traps out of everyday items, including firearms. Kevin is shown to be a Christian, too, as he goes to church and is shown praying and giving grace before his dinner. After Kevin gets into an altercation with his older brother Buzz, he wishes his family would disappear. After he wakes up and finds his family gone, he is at first overjoyed at having no one talking down to him or telling him he can't do things, but as the film progresses, he begins to miss his family and learns how important they are. Likewise, Kevin's mother Kate is determined to get back to Chicago to see Kevin and will make any sacrifice necessary. The film shows the value of charity because the supporting character Gus Polinski (played by the late John Candy) empathizes with Kate, being a father himself, and offers Kate a ride with his Polka band.
Three sequels, the third and fourth films without its original star as Kevin, followed later on.
|Home Run||2013||PG-13||A Christian sports drama about a baseball player, who tries to overcome a serious drinking problem.||$2,861,020|
|Honey, I Shrunk The Kids||1989||PG||Lovable genius inventor Wayne Szalinski (Rick Moranis) accidentally shrinks his children and some of his neighbors' while testing his laser shrinking ray, sending them off on an adventure in their own yard against what would otherwise be mundane situations and creatures to normal sized people. Spawned two sequels, the obviously opposite Honey, I Blew up The Kid (1992) and the direct-to-video Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves (1997)||$130,724,200|
|Hook||1991||PG||A live-action film of an adult and now a father Peter Pan, who has lost all his memories of being Peter Pan. The film celebrates baseball, fatherhood and the importance of holding onto one's childlike wonder.||$119,654,823|
|The House||2017||R||A pro-family film about parents who set up their own casino, in order to pay for their daughter’s college. While promoting capitalism, the villain of the film is a corrupt government agent, who is also shown to be a socialist (stealing all of their money, in terms of eminent domain). In fact, the whole reason they did not have money was that earlier at town meeting the government agent claimed the town could not afford the scholarship she earned, when the reality is, he stole it all to have an affair with another government worker. On a side note, the police officer of the movie is shown in a positive light (who also makes a brief pro-gun claim), eventually realizing the parents were right, and helping them take down the corrupt government official.||$25,584,504|
|The Hurt Locker||2008||R||A look into the life of an American bomb disposal regiment in Iraq risking their lives for their country and for the innocent by confronting evil. Rated R for violence and language. Winner of six Academy Awards: Best Picture, Director (the first time a woman, Kathryn Bigelow, won the Academy Award for directing), Original Screenplay, Sound Mixing, Film Editing, and Sound Editing.||$12,647,089|
|I Am David||2003||PG||This motivational movie shows the power of the individual, and the triumph of charity, faith, and hope as well as showing the dangers of Communism.||$292,376|
|I Confess||1953||UR||In this classic by Alfred Hitchcock, a clergyman honors his sacred vow of confidentiality with respect to a confession despite intense pressure to disclose it.||Unknown|
|I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry||2007||PG-13||Portrayals an inside joke of same-sex "marriage" by having Adam Sandler and Kevin James pretend to be a homosexual couple in order to receive benefits. The villains of the movies are government ranking officials out to prove with they are not really homosexual. The protagonists are also FDNY firemen. The film took place prior to the 2011 enactment of the Marriage Equality Act, which claimed to "legalize" "marriage" for same-sex couples in the state. At the time the film was released, the state allowed for residents to file for unregistered cohabitation rights, and various municipal and county governments had offered domestic partnership registries.||$120,059,556|
|Indiana Jones series||1981, 1984, 1989, 2008||PG||During the Great Depression, archaeologist and adventurer Dr. Henry "Indiana" Jones searches the world for artifacts of untold power and, along the way, combats some of America's most infamous enemies, in particular Nazis. The first and third films contain Christian themes since they are centered around the Ark of the Covenant and the Holy Grail, respectively; while the second film condemns paganism due to its main villain being a pagan priest. A fourth film, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, takes place in the early Cold War era with Soviet Communists as antagonists, although there's some debate as to how patriotic and conservative the movie is (see its entry in Debatable Whether Conservative for more details).||1197.2 million (altogether)|
|Invasion of the Body Snatchers||1956||UR||A science fiction condemnation of Communism, produced for only $420,000 and remade successfully in three additional movies in 1978, 1993 and 2007, with 1978's version the only one of the exact same title. Warner Bros. announced a fourth remake is in current development.||$2,500,000|
|The Interview||2014||R||It’s a raunchy comedy, but it has a strong pro-democracy and anti-communism premise. The main characters are CIA operatives disguised as news reporters who are assigned to visit North Korea and assassinate Kim Jong Un during an interview with the brutal dictator. The film was so controversial for its depiction of Kim Jong Un being killed that it was pulled from theatres and released straight to DVD. Donald Trump stated that The Interview was his favorite comedy of 2014.|
|Invasion U.S.A.||1985||R||Features Conservative star Chuck Norris protecting America from Latin American Communist terrorists led by a Soviet operative, similar to Red Dawn.||$17,536,256|
|Iron Eagle||1986||PG-13||A young man's father, an Air Force pilot, is shot down over the Middle East and it's up to the young man and an Air Force colonel to save him. Three sequels followed in 1988, 1992 and 1995.||$24,159,872 (U.S.)|
|Iron Man 2||2010||PG-13||Like in the prior film, it promotes the concept of Capitalism as a force of good, due to Tony Stark deciding to develop a cure for palladium poisoning, and also forming an Stark Expo promoting various elements his father desired. His father, likewise It also deals with redemption as well, as after Tony Stark made a very big mess of himself, he worked hard to redeem himself for his past behavior, ultimately succeeding in the ending. It also promotes the concept of honoring thy father and family values, as Tony noted that his father, Howard Stark, has been distant with him, although a later film reel, which also proved instrumental to saving his life, revealed that Howard Stark, while distant, nonetheless genuinely loved his son and even gave him words of encouragement from beyond the grave. Howard, likewise, was depicted in a manner similar to famed animator and capitalist Walt Disney. It also depicts feminism in a negative light, as while Pepper Potts did run Stark Enterprises, it was solely due to anger at Tony Stark's bad behavior in the film and not because she wanted it. It also condemns nihilism as well, as the reason why Tony Stark behaved badly was due to him dying and figuring he might as well act irresponsibly for his last days living. Also like the past film, it depicted terrorism (in particular communist-based terrorism) and treason in a very negative light, as Armand Hammer, in clear envy towards Tony Stark, proceeded to break out and hire an infamous Russian terrorist, Ivan Vanko, who held a grudge against Tony Stark due to his father Howard Stark sending his father Anton Vanko back to the USSR under suspicions that he was a Communist plant, with the terrorist later proceeding to have Hammer's Iron Man knockoff suits automatically attack everyone with Hammer being arrested. Also condemns the idea of government intervention in businesses, due to Iron Man being exceedingly reluctant to sell off his Iron Man suit to the government.||$623.9 million|
|The Island||2005||PG-13||Pro-life statement against cloning to harvest organs.||$35,799,026|
|Johnny Tremain||1957||NR||A fictionalized version of the American War of Independence and the leadup to it. The titular character, after his dreams were dashed from a hand injury in an accident while working as a blacksmith's apprentice, ultimately plays a role alongside Paul Revere and various other key figures in the war in founding America.||N/A|
|Joe Dirt||2001||PG-13||Country movie, where Joe Dirt was abandoned as a kid, and even though he had nothing, he did not give up on life, and never let anything stop him. The movie contains many morals such as not giving up, always be a good person. Shows the destructive of alcoholism, with the harm done by Joe Dirt's girlfriend; Brandy’s alcoholic father. The movie also reflects the idea of true integrity lies in what one does even if he or she is not being watched but still decide to the right thing because it is the right thing to do. Included a sequel in 2015.||$27,087,695|
|The Jungle Book||2016||PG||A live action version of the 1967 animation film by Disney. Based on the novel by Rudyard Kipling of the same name, this film shows the importance of friendship and family values, and even frowns down upon misanthropy (especially concerning Shere Khan's fiery hatred for humans). The movie also encourages using one's talents for good in the form of Baloo (at first selfishly) encouraging Mowgli to craft human tools to collect honey for him, and Mowgli later uses these talents to defeat Shere Khan. The wolves and Bagheera at first discourage Mowgli from doing this so that he can be more like a wolf, though Bagheera has a change of heart upon seeing Mowgli rescuing an elephant calf with these "tricks" and later encourages him to fight Shere Khan "like a man".||$966.6 million|
|Junior||1994||PG-13||A buffoonish illegal immigrant geneticist (Arnold Schwarzenegger) must carry to term a pregnancy conceived by a one night encounter in a lab with an obese man (Danny Devito). It is a polemic that excoriates immigration and birth control politics in modern America.||$108,400,000|
|Jurassic Park||1993||PG-13||Based on the eponymous 1990 novel, a billionaire philanthropist and a small team of genetic scientists operate a theme park populated by dinosaurs genetically cloned from fossils. Considered a landmark in the development of computerized visual effects in modern filmmaking, this high-caliber work of science fiction criticizes the effects of research into genetic cloning, and the negative effects of playing God. Even so, one strongly moral quote reads: "Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should”. Also has more of a promotion of Capitalism compared to the book due to the movie making Hammond, the founder of the park, a significantly more sympathetic and heroic character. Four sequels followed in 1997, 2001, 2015, and 2018, with a fifth sequel set to premiere in 2021.||$357,067,947|
|The Killing Fields||1984||R||Shows the horrors of Communism and Pol Pot's dictatorship in Cambodia during the 1970s.||$34,700,291|
|The Kid||2000||PG||Bruce Willis plays a man who meets himself as a kid. Where is looks back at his past to see the trouble he went through as a kid and the negative effects it had on him in his adult years. He learns to become more moral and to not let the past stop him or hold him back, and he then reconnects his relationship with his father and pursues a relationship with his co-worker, who he has been interested in.||$69,691,949|
|The King's Speech||2010||R||This historical drama details the rise of England's King George VI and his striving to overcome his speech impediment in the prelude to World War II after being forced to become king due to his older brother abdicating the throne. It showcases the Nazis in a negative light and condemns the current liberal education system, as speech therapist Lionel Logue is initially fired since he does not actually have a degree in speech therapy, with him making clear in a poignant moment that he knows how to do it via first-hand experience. According to history, Logue didn't have a degree because he had to rely on first-hand experience to do so and because there was no formal education for that matter when he learned his trade. The film shocked the liberals at Hollywood when it managed to perform beyond their expectations and won the Academy Award for Best Picture of 2010, plus the awards for Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Original Screenplay.||$414.2 million|
|King of Kings||1961||PG-13, originally NR||2 hour, 51 minute widescreen epic by the great director Nicholas Ray about Jesus and his promises of spiritual redemption, as contrasted with the story of the revolutionary leader Barabbas and his promises of worldly redemption. Stars Jeffery Hunter as Jesus.||Unknown|
|The Kingdom||2007||R||One of the few pro-war on terror films released during the 2000s.||$47,536,778|
|Knute Rockne: All-American||1940||UR||Stars Ronald Reagan as courageous football player George Gipp, who dies before an important game.||Unknown|
|Ladder 49||2004||PG-13||Shows the courageousness of firefighters.||$74,541,707|
|Last Ounce of Courage||2012||PG||Family drama about the struggles that Christians suffer through politics and abolishment of religious freedom.||$1,585,994|
|The Last Stand||2013||R||Action film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a tough Arizona sheriff who must stop an escaped Mexican drug lord from fleeing the country.||$12,026,670|
|The Last Starfighter||1984||PG||In this pro-just war and pro-military film, a young trailer park resident Alex Rogan (Lance Guest), after breaking the high score on the Starfighter video game, is approached by Centauri (played by Robert Preston in his last film role) who wants to recruit him into the Star League where he can be a real Starfighter. While Alex initially resists the idea due to it being a sudden shock, he eventually embraces the opportunity to do something significant with his life. The film also has a family theme as Alex and his navigator Grig (Dan O' Herlihy) reminisce about their respective families.||$28,733,290|
|Lean on Me||1989||PG-13||Based on a true story this Bio-drama about Paterson, New Jersey's real life Joe Clark is about combating drug use, violence, and contempt for authority while exalting positive values like academic achievement and family values.||$31,906,454|
|The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen||2003||PG-13||Pro-Western Culture as Western icons Allan Quatermain, Captain Nemo, Mina Harker (the wife of Dracula character Jonathan Harker), The Invisible Man (under the alias Rodney Skinner), Tom Sawyer, and Dr. Henry Jekyll battle Professor James Moriarty (from Sherlock Holmes) as he plans a world war.||$66,465,204|
|Let There Be Light||2017||PG-13||Directed by and starring Kevin Sorbo and executive produced by and also starring Sean Hannity. Sol Harkens (played by Sorbo) is an alcoholic, divorced atheist going through a near-death experience after a car accident, where he learns the error of his ways and turns to Christianity and reconnects with his family.||$7,233,471|
|Liar Liar||1997||PG-13||Surprisingly takes on an anti-feminist theme by depicting the father as the good, righteous side in a courtroom divorce trial against a greedy, avaricious and uncaring mother, who only wants the children so she can wring every cent of alimony and child support she can out of the father while keeping the children away from him and showing little regard for them herself. In addition, the film also promotes the concept of redemption and bettering oneself, as the main protagonist, an unscrupulous lawyer, despite resistance towards the wish, ultimately tries to honor his son's birthday wish to not lie for a day even under dire consequences to himself such as being hauled to jail at one point, and ultimately succeeds in keeping his promise of not lying with the ending implying he gave up lying for good, and was also pro-family as the protagonist ultimately tries to better his life for the sake of his son.||$181,410,615|
|Lifeboat||1944||PG||Portrays evil (Nazi German on a lifeboat) as strong and effective - too strong for some American critics, who criticized the relative weakness of the Americans on the lifeboat. But unfortunately a formidable portrayal of evil is sometimes helpful and accurate. Its lack of music except for opening and closing credits is welcome.
The starring actress, Tallulah Brockman Bankhead, was an outspoken liberal whose father was a Speaker of the House, and her grandfather and uncle had been U.S. Senators. She called the patriotic criticism of the movie "moronic". The movie is further panned for its stereotypical dialog by the black character on the lifeboat.
|The Lives of Others||2006||R||(Not for children) - This German-language film is a stinging criticism of Communist East Germany from a liberal perspective. Taking place in 1984 East Berlin about a secret police agent. One of the most powerful portrayals of life in the modern surveillance state and the corrupt motives of socialist bureaucrats.||$11,286,112|
|Logan's Run||1976||PG||A man within a future liberal society, evidenced by acceptance of a spoiled work-free existence, that kills everyone on their 30th birthdays, claiming it as "rebirth" (see Liberal Denial), escapes to find a world of hard work and aging.|
|London Has Fallen||2016||R||In the sequel to Olympus Has Fallen, when Pakistani Islamic terrorists rampage through London, Secret Service Agent Mike Banning must protect the U.S. President. Liberals accused it of promoting xenophobia in its release, but, following multiple terrorist attacks on Britain in 2017, much of what the film prophesied has become reality.||$62,524,260|
|Lone Survivor||2013||R||Docudrama of the failed 2005 mission Operation: Redwings, in which four Navy SEALs were discovered by Taliban forces, leading to a brutal and intense firefight, resulting in three of them dying. Shows the men's perseverance against overwhelming odds and determination to stand against radical Islamic terrorism. Based on the book by the titular figure, Marcus Luttrell.||$154,802,912|
|Lone Wolf McQuade||1983||PG||A Texas Ranger (played by Conservative; Chuck Norris), battles against a ruthless drug lord.||$12,232,628|
|The Longest Day||1962||G||Conservative star John Wayne and his co-stars, reenact the battle of D-Day.||$39,100,000|
|Look Who's Talking||1989||PG-13||Starring Conservative actress Kirstie Alley. A single mother tries to find the perfect father for her newborn son. The movie is very pro-life as the development of a baby is shown from conception and the main character refuses to get an abortion. The movie is also about the importance of a father in a child's life.||$297 million|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring||2001||PG-13||Clear distinction between good and evil with positive themes of friendship, bravery, honor, sacrifice and overcoming temptation as well as redemption. Based upon the literary classic by J. R. R. Tolkien.||$314,776,114|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers||2002||PG-13||Strong portrayals of redemption and good over evil. Based upon the literary classic by J. R. R. Tolkien.||$340,478,898|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King||2003||PG-13||Bravery, heroism, sacrifice and good ultimately triumphing over evil. Based upon the literary classic by J. R. R. Tolkien.||$377,027,325|
|The Lost Weekend||1945||UR||Illustrates the dangers of alcohol abuse and the hope of recovery in the film's climax.||Unknown|
|Luther||2003||PG-13||Joseph Fiennes portrays the titular 16th-century reformer from his literally stormy vocational conversion to the Augsburg Confession.||$5,600,000-$5,800,000 ranges (U.S.).|
|Man of Steel||2013||PG-13||Superman is portrayed as a Christ-like figure, shows the bravery of the U.S. Military and shows the theme of protecting the ones you love. The film also has an anti-illegal immigrant like message, as the villain, General Zod plans to turn Earth into his dead planet Krypton (an allegory for illegal aliens destroying American culture and changing it for their own purpose). During a climactic battle between Superman and Zod, a computer-generated avatar bearing the likeness of Jor-El, Superman's biological father, assists the Man of Steel and his human allies in fighting Zod and his forces, so there are some pro-family themes.||$291,045,518|
|The Man Who Invented Christmas||2017||PG-13||A historical drama dealing with the creation of Charles Dickens' seminal work A Christmas Carol, and to a lesser extent an adaptation of A Christmas Carol in itself. It has strong redemptive themes as well as promoting to some extent the capitalist view. Forgiveness also plays a major role in the story, as well.||$8.1 million|
|Mars Attacks!||1996||PG-13||Aleins invade and attack earth in this old-school comedy film. All liberal attempts on handling the situation, such as making peace and pacifism fail, and result in more human lives being lost. Even the U..S president (played by Jack Nicholson) refuses to nuke them up until a certain point||$37,771,017|
|Martin Luther||1953||NR||Portrayal by Niall MacGinnis of the titular 16th-century reformer. Available on discs and online in both original black and white and colorized.||$3,000,000|
|Mary Poppins||1964||UR||In one of the greatest motion picture masterpieces of all time, adapted from the novel by Australian-born British author P. L. Travers, a magical nanny is hired to take care of two children, Jane and Michael Banks, while their parents are engaged in their respective duties. Embarking on a series of fantastical adventures with Mary Poppins and her Cockney jack-of-all-trades performer friend, Bert, the siblings try to pass on some of their nanny's cheerful attitude and morals to their preoccupied parents. Also has an early condemnation of feminism, as one of the reasons the mom was preoccupied and why Mary Poppins was ultimately hired to help raise the kids was because the mother attempted to fight for women liberation. In the process, the Banks family become closer and happier together than ever before. Mary Poppins is cited by many to be Walt Disney's crowning achievement. A sequel called Mary Poppins Returns was released in 2018.||$677,054,500|
|Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World||2003||PG-13||During the Napoleonic Wars, Captain Jack Aubrey of the British Royal Navy goes head to head with the French-hired privateer Acheron. The captain and his crew stand by conservative principles throughout, including faith in God, patriotism, duty, honor, respect for authority, discipline, bravery, sacrifice, and friendship.||$93,926,386|
|Matilda||1996||PG||Film adaptation of Roald Dahl's children's novel of a bright little girl who uses her magical genius and help from a sympathetic teacher to free herself from the foolish, selfish people in her life: her self-absorbed parents, bratty brother and the horrible and brutish public school principal.||$33,084,249|
|Men in Black||1973||PG-13||A loose adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name. The film carries an implicit promotion of national borders and legal immigration/assimilation, as the titular organization keeps the existence of extraterrestrial immigrants secret and allows them in so long as the aliens specifically make sure they undergo naturalization first and that they obey certain laws. In addition, the opening scene has Kay and his partner stopping attempted illegal immigrants from crossing into the country and was implied to be working alongside the ICE and border patrol to prevent illegal immigrants into the country while trying to prevent a literal illegal alien, Mikey, from entering the country illegally, with the alien being depicted in a negative light due to him trying to kill an ICE agent before being atomized by Kay. Also condemns terrorism, as the main villain, Edgar the Bug, arrived on Earth to personally assassinate two extraterrestrial diplomats of two warring civilizations specifically to engineer a war with Earth and thus allow his kind to feast on any killed in battle. There's also a subtle mocking of the liberal news rag New York Times, where one of the characters, Kay, when explaining to Jay that he was searching via tabloid articles, suggested he could use the New York Times as searching for information as "they sometimes get it right", implying that the New York Times was less reliable than tabloid articles.||$589.4 million|
|Midway||2019||PG-13||The story of the Battle of Midway, told by the leaders and the sailors who fought it.|
|The Mill and the Cross (Polish original)||2011||UR||Persecution of Christians in Flanders region of Belgium during the 16th Century.||$310,900|
|Missing in Action||1984||R||Features Conservative star Chuck Norris as he recuses POWs from Vietnam.||$22,812,411|
|Miss Virginia||2019||PG-13||True story about school choice activist Virginia Walden. Walden goes up against corrupt, lying politicians and their corporate donors, teachers' unions, and an obstructive press, and is even arrested along with several of her colleagues at one point for exercising her rights under the First Amendment and their right of peaceable assembly, before she ultimately prevails. She and many other blue-collar citizens used the values of hard work and dedication to get minority and low-income students out of failing public schools. Condemns big government.|
|Miracle||2004||PG||Based on a true story this movie is about Herb Brooks (here played by Kurt Russell) leading the United States hockey team to win the gold medal in the 1980 Winter Olympics. Stresses the importance of hard work, resiliency, selflessness and putting your best effort forward to reach an unseen goal.||$64,445,708|
|The Miracle Worker||1962 movie adaptation of William Gibson's 1957 Playhouse 90 television program and Gibson's 1959 stage play, based on Helen Keller's own 1902 biography, The Story of My Life.||NR, may be PG today||Bio of young Helen Keller (Patty Duke) and her teacher Anne Sullivan (Anne Bancroft). Followed by television remakes in 1979 and 2000.||$2,500,000|
|Moses||1974 Italy-U.K.||PG||Italian-British-American production which features Burt Lancaster playing Moses the lawgiver. Less flamboyant than Cecil B. DeMille's movie The Ten Commandments and focuses more on the Biblical figure of Moses. Originally a six-part U.S. TV mini-series in 1975, but edited to make it a U.S. movie in 1976.||unknown money returns|
|Mr. Deeds||2002||PG-13||Shows the liberal-run mainstream media in a negative light and also has a promotion of small-town values and capitalism.||$171.3 million|
|Mr. Jones||2019||N/A||As implied by the title, it covers Welsh Journalist Gareth Jones' attempts at exposing the true horrific nature of the Soviet Union under Stalin, including Holodomor. The film is explicitly anti-Communist, as the Soviets are made clear fairly early on to have silenced people, including reporter Paul Kleb, by killing them, as well as revealing Holodomor. It also pulls no punches and makes clear that the New York Times, and more specifically its head Walter Duranty, was fully complicit in hiding Stalin's crimes and depicted them in a very negative light, and also highlights the full corruption of the leftist media, as Duranty utilized drugs and sex at private parties to buy his fellow journalists' silence. It also is pointedly made relevant with the current day due to the cancel culture that is prevalent on social media.||$709,743|
|The Mummy Returns||2001||PG-13||While its predecessor stayed politically neutral, this film has pro-family message, in which father and his family must rescue their son from a Satanic cult who plans to resurrect an Egyptian demon, as well as the climax having the mother, in clear defiance of the father's insistence that she, her brother, and their son escape from the doomed temple without him, risks her life to save him, while in stark contrast, the female villain, the reincarnation of the woman whom the titular mummy had sacrificed everything to try and save, ends up abandoning him to his fate despite his begging for her help, and later ends up paying the price for her deed by falling into a pit of scarabs.||$202,019,785|
|Mr. Skeffington||1944||UR||Bette Davis portrays a socialite whose life is ruined when she turns ugly with age. Anti-Nazi and anti-materialistic.||Unknown|
|Mr. Smith Goes to Washington||1939||UR||A tale of a good, simple man rising above the pressures of liberals to do the right thing. Features perhaps the best defense of the American political system ever committed to film.||Unknown|
|My Giant||1998||PG||In this heartfelt movie starring Billy Crystal, the main lesson is that having a big heart is more important than a sucessful career or money. The film is also Pro-Christianity and Pro-Family, such as Crystal asking God what he saved his life but also thanking him and characters reconnecting with their family.||$8,072,007|
|My Son John||1952||UR||A small-town couple's world is turned upside-down by the discovery that their adult son is a Communist.||amount made unknown|
|The Name of the Rose||1986||R||A mystery centered around the balance between faith and science, as well as debate over the role of poverty in religion and religious orders.||$5,595,706|
|The Nativity Story||2006||PG||Title says it all about this Biblical epic.||$37,629,831|
|National Treasure||2004||PG||Benjamin Gates and his sidekick named Riley do everything they can to protect the U. S. Declaration of Independence from being destroyed. Similar to The Goonies and the Indiana Jones Series.||$173,008,894|
|Navy Seals||1990||R||A Pro-military anti-terrorist film released during the golden age of military action films.||$25,069,101|
|Nicholas and Alexandra||1971||PG||Biopic of Russia's last czar Nicholas II and his wife and family, from their only son's birth until the family's deaths by the Communists.||$6,990,000|
|Night at the Museum||2006||PG||Divorced father Larry Daley tries to keep a steady job to be a good role model for his son. He takes a job at the American Museum of Natural History where everything comes to life at night. Features conservative president Theodore Roosevelt who talks to him about manning up and not giving up as Daley faces obstacles in Museum. Also contains an inspirational quote about character and courage as, the wax Theodore Roosevelt says to Larry Daley "You gotta finish the job this time, you can't quit, I'm made of wax Larry, what are you made of?" Followed by two sequels in 2009 and 2014.||$250,863,268|
|Non-Stop||2014||PG-13||Liam Neeson plays an alcoholic U.S. Air Marshall named Bill Marks, who has divorced and lost his daughter to cancer. He begins to receive a series of threatening text messages during a flight, warning that unless $150 million is transferred into a specific bank account, somebody on board will die every 20 minutes. The movie shows Marks' perseverance to find those responsible, reflecting the real-life post-9/11 determination to stand against terrorism. Furthermore, his fight against both the unknown hijackers, as well as the uncooperative passengers, and even his supervisor on the ground helps to redeem himself, after his personal family tragedies, finding friendship with a fellow passenger named Jenn. This shows that even after experiencing a family tragedy, one can still move forward in life.||$222,809,600|
|Not Without My Daughter||1991||PG-13||Sally Fields is Betty Mahmoody, the American wife who, along with her daughter, was tricked in 1984 by her Iranian-born husband into traveling with him on what he said would be only two weeks in his homeland to visit his relatives (he lied big time about the two weeks part!).||$14,789,113 (U.S.)|
|October Baby||2012||PG-13||A first-rate, compelling film that leaves no doubt about how wrong abortion is.||$5,357,328|
|October Sky||1999||PG||Four high school boys from a rural coal mining town, inspired by Sputnik, set out to build their own rockets and become rocket scientists.||$32,481,825|
|Of Gods and Men (French original)||2010||R||Martyrdom of Trappist monks by Islamic terrorists in an impoverished Algerian community.||$3,954,651|
|Oh, God!||1977||PG||In this spiritually uplifting comedy, God appears as a kindly old man to a nonbeliever to spread joyful tidings of His existence. Though the young man inadvertently creates a global hysteria upon realizing God's power, his acceptance of God's calling is ultimately rewarded, the faithful are vindicated, and naysayers are proven wrong. Two sequels followed in 1980 and 1984.||$41,687,243|
|Olympus Has Fallen||2013||R||Disgraced Secret Service agent Mike Banning must protect the President from North Korean terrorists.||$98,925,640|
|On Golden Pond||1981||PG||On Golden Pond presents the story of two generations of a family who have separated from each other for decades. While on a summer vacation together at the old family retreat, they finally come together and, through forgiveness and understanding, they all have become better people and a great family. It is the kind of a compassionate and understanding friendship that brings and unites generations and cultures together. It is an artistic triumph for the entire cast and crew.||$119,285,432|
|On the Waterfront||1954||UR||Marlon Brando plays Terry Malloy, who under the inspiration of a Catholic priest (Father Barry, played by Karl Malden), becomes a Christ-like figure. Betrayed by his brother and almost killed by the gang, he finds the strength to overcome and redeem his people from the slavery to the mobsters who run the waterfront. In stunning contrast to the liberals who kept silent about the Communist subversion in Hollywood, the film portrays the informer as the hero; liberal Hollywood never forgave director Elia Kazan for his stunning film. In real life, Kazan, Malden and screenwriter Budd Schulberg all testified before Congress, along with others like Walt Disney and Ronald Reagan. Together, they broke the power of the Reds in Hollywood.||$9,600,000|
|One Day In The Life of Ivan Denisovich||1970 Britain/Norway||PG||Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's bestselling novel brought to film as Tom Courtenay is the titular prisoner in early 1950s Siberia as punishment for surrendering to the Nazis during World War II and his struggle for small comforts to ease the harsh injustices of the Gulag. A smashing indictment of the Soviet system.||amount unknown|
|One Foot In Heaven||1941||UR||Unknown|
|One Good Cop||1991||R||Titular New York City police detective (Michael Keaton) and his wife (Rene Russo) inherit a family of three small girls when the detective's partner (Anthony Lapaglia) dies in the line of duty. Has positive portrayals of law enforcers and clergy (one priest turns in money that was stolen from a drug dealer by the cop and left as a donation to his church and the girls talk about "going to Jesus"). Typical violent skirmishes mixed with tender sentimental ones, but also admissions of past adultery by the ill-fated partner, smoking, drinking, much profanity and, of course, illegal drugs.||$11,276,846|
|Operation Thunderbolt||1978 (American and British title and release year; originally an Israeli film, Mivtsa Yonatan, in 1977.||R||Based on Operation Entebbe in 1976, the film portrays bravery and gets its anti-terrorism message across. Menahem Golan who directed, produced and wrote the film was also a former pilot for the Israeli Air Force.||N/A|
|Other People's Money||1991||R||A Pro-Capitalism Movie, which unlike most movies show Wall Street as cold, evil, villainous, and unsympathetic, this movie portrays it in a different view, as it is about a giant corporation trying to expand its business by buying another company.||$25,682,090|
|Overboard||1987||PG||Rural carpenter and widower father of four boys, is rudely taking advantage of by a wealthy heiress, when she gets amnesia, he tricks her into thinking she is his wife, and has her become a housewife, and mother to his sons. After realizing the truth she realizes she is much happier in the countryside, being a housewife and having a family, then in a loveless marriage and being rich. The film was then remade with a more feminist and politically correct version.||$26,713,187|
|The Pacifier||2005||PG||Navy Seal Shane Wolfe (Vin Diesel) is assigned to be the guardian of five children in this pro-family and pro-military film. He learns from them the responsibilities of being in a family as they learn from him the importance of the military in protecting the country. The villains of the movie are North Korean spies. Also has a brief Anti-Nazi concept. There are plans being made for an upcoming sequel. ||$113,086,868|
|Parenthood||1989||PG-13||Dramedy showing the ups and downs of having a family.||$100,047,830|
|The Parent Trap||1961||G||Pro-family comedy where twin sisters (split after their parents' divorce, and who were unaware of the others' existence until meeting at camp) try to reunite their divorced parents and learn the true meaning of family.||$25 million|
|The Parent Trap||1998||PG||A remake of the 1961 film, which is just as much Pro-family.||$66,308,518|
|Parental Guidance||2012||PG||Two parents raise their kids in a liberal way, and as a result, the kids are unhappy and rebellious. The parents leave the kids alone with their grandparents for a weekend who bring in conservative values and helps the kids realize the importance of family.||$119,772,232|
|Patriots' Day||2017||R||Shows the heroism of the Boston and Watertown Police Departments, as well as the FBI, during and after the Boston Marathon Bombings. Also depicts a strong sense of patriotic unity and refusal to bow down to radical Islamic terrorism.||$36,067,655|
|Paul Blart: Mall Cop||2009||PG||Mall security guard Paul Blart is silly but shows dedication in keeping the mall he works at safe. Also, Paul wants to be a good father figure for his daughter, and the movie has some anti-feminism aspects as showing the father as the good parent against a mother (not present in the movie though, only seen in a photo), who only married him to get legal status in the country and then left him, which could also be seen as an anti-illegal immigrant message. This film is also somewhat anti-environmentalism.||$146,336,178|
|Parasite||2019||R||This movie is chronically misinterpreted by liberal critics. This best-picture winner, at its heart, is a love-letter to the nuclear family. The message of this movie is "liberals are the true parasites".||$202,300,000|
|Pirates||2005||NR||This action-adventure extols the virtues of conservative law and order, following the journey of man tasked with hunting (liberal) pirates. Many of the lessons are analogous to the struggle against the lawless antifa of today. The movie explores, in great detail, the trap of lust and morally loose women. It is in many ways a warning for what may become if we abandon Judeo-Christian family values and cave to liberal immorality -- sex-crazed women and endless orgies.||N/A|
|Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides||2011||PG-13||Unlike the rest of the movies in the series which were just pure entertainment, this movie has some good Christian messages and a Christian missionary is presented in a positive light. The climax of the movie presents a very important message too; Only God can grant eternal life, not these pagan waters. Men, destroy this profane temple!||$1.046 billion|
|Pixels||2015||PG-13||Aliens take the Earth in a war with a throwback to classic video games. The film is pro-military, and pro-integrity, as the actions of a man who cheated in the video game are shown in a negative light. Promotes joy and having and shows the wastefulness of nihilism. Also, many anti-feminism themes are present.||$78,747,585 |
|The Pledge||2011||NR||A selfish teen moves with his family from New York City to rural West Virginia, where he learns the importance of patriotism.||NR|
|Playing With Fire||2019||PG||A pro-family film about smoke jummpers, starring Johna Cena. The movie ends with a traditional marriage wedding.||$44,451,847|
|Popeye||1980||PG||A live-action musical film based off the Conservative TV Show. In addition, the film is pro-family with Popeye reconnecting with his father in the end.||$9,823,037|
|Pride and Prejudice||1995||TV-PG||Free-spirited Elizabeth must overcome her earlier misperceptions to find the truth about eligible bachelor Darcy, while Darcy must overcome his own pride.||BBC |
|The Princess Bride||1987||PG||The chivalry adventure of Westley rescuing his true love, Princess Buttercup.||$30,857,814|
|Prisoners||2013||R||The movie's main protagonist, Keller Dover, is a deeply devout Christian man, who says the Lord's Prayer on several occasions. The movie also depicts the importance of family in a very positive light, with Keller vowing to protect and love those closest to him at all costs. However, when his daughter and best friend are kidnapped, Keller takes matters into his own hands by kidnapping, imprisoning, and torturing the man whom he believes is responsible, even though it becomes apparent that he could not have done it. This is a clear transformation from holy man to sinner, as is symbolized at one point by the filmmakers intentionally changing Keller's daughter's best friend's rat from white to black. This makes it clear that the movie is self-aware that its main protagonist is no longer a good Christian man. Furthermore, this is could be a symbolization of Jesus Christ's crucifixion, as the man being tortured is innocent, and suffering for the crimes of the real kidnapper, his aunt.||$122,126,687|
|The Pursuit of Happyness||2006||PG-13||A film that shows hard work, dedication, loyalty and trust can result in success and "happiness" for any American, regardless of race, gender or creed. It is an instructional piece about the tradition of "stick-to-it-iveness" that has made America a land of hope and opportunity for so many. This film’s main themes—the primacy of the family, the blessings of free and open markets, the necessity of staying true to one’s ideals—are all conservative concepts.||$307,077,300|
|A Quiet Place||2018||PG-13||Metaphorical pro-life horror film. The film portrays family in a positive light. The family also uses guns to defend themselves. Notable for being one of the biggest surprise hits of 2018.||$329,861,495|
|Quo Vadis||1951||UR||The early Christian Church during the time of Nero's regime.||Unknown|
|Race||2016||PG-13||Bio pick of American icon Jesse Owens||$19 million|
|Raiders of the Lost Ark||1981||PG||$242,374,454|
|Ransom||1996||R||Father Tom Mullen (played by Mel Gibson) takes drastic measures to save his son after he is kidnapped. Besides being pro-family, the film's other message is not giving into criminals as Mullen refuses to pay the ransom money and tries to bring the kidnappers to justice.||$136,492,681|
|The Red Danube||1949, based on Bruce Marshall's 1947 novel Vespers in Vienna.||NR||In 1945 Vienna at the end of World War II, the city is divided into four occupation zones, American, British, French and Soviet.
The British army is helping the Soviets find and return refugees from the USSR, ex. a Volga German ballerina (Janet Leigh), whose parents are Soviet dissidents, while the Vienna convent's Mother Superior (Ethel Barrymore) is friendly and says that "the Russians are cruel because they forgot God".
|Red Dawn||1984||PG-13||A film by conservative writer and director John Milius about American high school students resisting a Soviet invasion through guerrilla warfare.||$38,376,497|
|Red Dawn||2012||PG-13||A remake of the 1984 film, although this time with North Koreans as the villains.||$44,806,783|
|Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical||2005||R||Movie based on the musical, which shows the dangers of marijuana. The main character Jimmy is a high schooler who starts smoking marijuana and becomes addicted to it. In the end, his girlfriend is killed because of his mistakes. It even contains a scene where Jesus comes to talk to Jimmy and warns him not to turn his back on God. Also, pro-American and anti-political correctness, within the end; Uncle Sam, Lady Liberty, and other American characters come out and sing the song "Tell 'Em the Truth."|
|Renaissance Man||1994||PG-13||Danny Devito teaches humanities to an Army training base (character education). Pro-military and anti-drugs.||$24,332,324|
|Requiem for a Dream||2000||R||(not for children) Anti-drug film depicting four tales of drug addiction and the addicts going down a life of ruin. The film doesn't hold back on the brutal reality of drug addiction.||$3,635,482|
|Rio Bravo||1959||UR||Classic film with conservative star John Wayne as he and his crew battle the brother (and his outlaws) of an apprehended criminal. Also downplays alcohol abuse as Wayne's partner Dude (played by Dean Martin) is seen overcoming this throughout the film.||$5 million|
|Robin Hood||2010||PG-13||An origins tale to the character, this rendition of Robin Hood, unlike most other adaptations, takes more after how he was originally presented as a man rebelling against an unlawful government and taking back funds stolen by Prince John and returning it to the people who actually worked for it, and not the "steal from the rich to give to the poor" revisionist version by Joseph Ritson during the time of the French Revolution that was made in solidarity to the Jacobins. The Magna Carta, which brought reform to English government after a long period of feudal oppression, is portrayed positively.||$321.7 million|
|Rocky||1976||PG||Robert “Rocky” Balboa, a talented but down-on-his-luck prize boxer, seizes a chance to challenge himself to the ends of his ability. This film - and its sequels and remakes - reinforces man's ability to overcome challenges. Included five sequels and two spin-offs.||$117,235,247|
|Rosemary's Baby||1968||R||Higher powers intervene in this story of a young Catholic mother's devotion to her unborn infant.||Unknown|
|Rudy||1993||PG||A young man overcomes many obstacles, including dyslexia, to play for the Notre Dame football team. Shows the value of hard work and never giving up.||$22,750,363|
|The Sandlot||1993||PG||Honestly depicts 1950s America when boys acted like boys and girls acted like girls, wimps were taught to toughen up, and every boy had a chance to be great. No historical revisionism. Also celebrates America's pastime baseball.||$32,416,586|
|The Santa Clause (series)||1994, 2002, 2006||PG||A divorced father of one must take on the responsibility of being Santa Claus after he is chosen. Along the way, he finds great joy and happiness in his new occupation. The film series also promotes the essence and importance of traditional marriage, family, and Christmas. Also has a strong message against the separation of the church and state. Spawned two sequels, although their quality has varied (see their entries in the Debatable whether Great section of this article more details).||$189,800,000; $172,900,000; $110,800,000|
|Saw VI||2009||R||Released at a time of Obamacare's imposed "death panels," the Jigsaw Killer in "Saw VI" forces a character to make life-and-death choices for others using the same cold logic he employed bloodlessly as a business leader. Including the carousel trap in which one character is forced to choose two of six people to live by weighing the "value" of their lives, not dissimilar at all from what health insurance companies do every day. And when one character realizes he is going to die, he has a moment in which he demands that the man who has put him to death at least have the decency to look him in the eyes before he dies.||$68,000,000|
|Saving Christmas||2014||PG||Kirk Cameron fights using the truth in the War on Christmas. Liberals tried to censor it, but ultimately became a hit among those who believe in the truth.||$2,800,000|
|Saving Private Ryan||1998||R||Promotes the military and American values during World War II, and depicts the Nazis in a negative light.||$481.8 million|
|Schindler's List||1993||R||Oskar Schindler, a German Christian businessman, saves the lives of more than a thousand Jewish refugees during the Holocaust by employing them in his factories. The negative effects of gun control are shown as German citizens are shot by their Nazi oppressors without any means of self-defense.||$96,065,768|
|Scrooged||1988||PG-13||A modern-day retelling of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol starring Bill Murray, this story focuses on television executive Frank Cross. Promotes the same themes of redemption and the spirit of Christmas as it's source material. Also Anti-Hollywood values as well, since the main reason Frank lost his long-time love Claire was because he was furthering his television career.||$60.3 million|
|Sergeant York||1941||UR||A young American soldier during WWI overcomes an unfounded religious objection to killing and becomes a war hero.||Unknown|
|The Seventh Seal||1956||NR||Swedish film about the strength of religion.|
|The Seventh Sign||1988||R||Starring Demi Moore, a fictional account of the return of Jesus to usher in the apocalypse and judge mankind. Catholic-themed movie has Demi Moore offering her life for the souls of others.||$18,875,011|
|Sexmission||1984||R||A Polish film about two men, Max and Albert, played by Jerzy Stuhr and Olgierd Łukaszewicz, respectively, submit themselves in 1991 to the first human hibernation experiment. Instead of being awakened a few years later as planned, they wake up in the year 2044, in a post-nuclear world. By then, humans have retreated to underground living facilities, and, as a result of subjection to a specific kind of radiation, all males have died out. Women reproduce through parthenogenesis, living in an oppressive feminist society, where the apparatchiks teach that women suffered under males until males were removed from the world. The totalitarian female society was meant to represent Communism and feminism and the movie was meant to ridicule it.|
|Shane||1953||UR||This Western follows a homesteading family whose patriarch fights to defend them.||$20,000,000|
|Shattered Glass||2003||PG-13||Based on the true story of Stephen Glass (Hayden Christensen), a reporter in the late 1990s for the liberal magazine The New Republic, lies and distorts news stories to make them entertaining. He begins by submitting an article about the Conservative Political Action Conference, in which he fabricated stories of drinking and sexual mischief. Then, after he writes a colorful but suspicious story on a superstar web hacker, a group from a small online news site begin to question his journalistic integrity.||$2,220,008|
|Shazam!||2019||PG-13||This old-school stylized superhero film may not only be one of DC's best but it is very conservative. The movie is quite-pro family with the main character; Billy Batson, realizing end that family is what matters most, and even claims “If a superhero can’t save his family, then he’s not much of a superhero.” Also, it is pro-Christianity, with the family saying Grace and thanking and showing gratitude towards the Lord for their meal (which is very rare for a superhero movie). As well as the villain being nihilistic and leading the demons of the seven deadly sins. In addition, the hero is played by actor Zachary Levi who is a Christian, and his faith may have cost him some roles earlier (most likely because of Hollywood Values). The film also in way condemns the pro-choice agenda as well as feminism, as the main character's mother abandons him on purpose and just leaves him to survive on his own Finally, there is a small anti-alcoholism message with the characters taking a sip of alcohol for the first time, and then spitting it out, only to return the rest of it, and buy candy and soda instead. ||$140,371,656 |
|Short Circuit 2||1988||PG||Unlike, its liberal predecessor, this movie is pro-capitalism. Ben Jahvri, one of the co-creators of the No. 5 robot, is now a vendor attempting to sell his robot toys on the streets of New York. When an employee of a major toy company, Sandy Banatoni, Ben's love interest, becomes interested in his toys, Ben teams up with another capitalist named Fred Ritter (played by Michael Mckean) to produce 1000 of the toy robots. After a break-in scares of Fred's workers, No. 5, now known as Johnny Five, comes to New York to help Ben.
This movie is also pro-assimilation, Ben is shown working hard and studying to pass the test required for US citizenship (a test which most native-born US citizens couldn't pass). At the end of the movie, Ben is shown taking the Vow of Citizenship, along with Johnny Five who is being recognized as the first robotic citizen of the US.
|Signs||2002||PG-13||This sci-fi drama proves that sci-fi and atheism need not be synonymous. The main character; Graham Hess (played by Mel Gibson) is a former reverend who has lost his faith in God after the tragic death of his wife in a car accident. He now refuses to have anything to do with God, despite the continued desire to do so from his children. When an alien invasion hits home, he realizes that only God could have saved him and his family from death, and he rediscovers his faith in the end.||$227 million|
|Silence||2016||R||Powerful tale of faith, as Jesuits try to promote Christianity in 17th century Japan overcoming the violence and persecution they encounter.||$7,100,177|
|Skirt Day||2008||A French high school teacher takes her class of unruly, unmotivated, disrespectful students hostage after wrestling a gun away from one of the students, and forces the students to pay attention in clasdd at gunpoint. Police and the Secretary of Education are called to the scene. The wearing of skirts is forbidden so as not to offend Muslim students. One demand that the teacher makes for release of the hostages is for females to be allowed to wear skirts one day a year. During the ordeal she discovers a video of a rape by several students of another student on a cell phone. The teacher, an Arab daughter of Lebanese immigrants that came to France for a better life, is shot and killed by a SWAT team at the end of the movie. The film has been criticized as politically incorrect for exposing misogyny in multiculturalism.||$2 million|
|Sky High||2005||PG||At an airborne high school for tomorrow's superheroes, student Will Stronghold is the son of two costumed vigilantes who, while he does not appear to have superpowers at first, develop them over time, hinting at the idea of social advancement, which is the basis for the American Dream. The main lesson he learns is knowing how to use one's abilities to one's advantage and achieve a greater goal. A catchphrase in the film is: "Just because you have powers, that doesn't make you a hero," which can be related to the expression, "Guns don't kill people; people kill people." On a similar note, similar to The Incredibles, the line also condemns forced diversity promotion messages such as "everyone can be a hero".
Furthermore, the film promotes the idea that anyone can be a hero, as Will and his "sidekick" friends with seemingly unimpressive superhuman abilities eventually rise above their assigned statuses and save the school. Also, Gwen Grayson/Royal Pain, the feminist main villain, seeks to turn all the superheroes into babies, then raise them up to be evil and loyal to her (perhaps an effort to play God). In addition, Will's best friend Layla Williams, who can control plant life and ultimately becomes his girlfriend, is shown to contain many liberal beliefs, especially pacifism, but she gives up her pacifism to fight back and help defeat Royal Pain and her cronies.
|Snitch||2013||PG-13||A father becomes an informant on helping the police arrest drug dealers, so he can get his son out of prison. Pro-drug war, the villains of the movie are all drug dealers. Also pro-fatherhood and pro-family, as well.||$42,930,462|
|Solomon Kane||2009||R||A story about a Puritan on his way to redemption.||$19,385,501|
|The Song of Bernadette||1943||UR||An affectionate and beautifully filmed biography film on the life of Bernadette Soubirous. Illustrates the power and essence of faith, hope, charity, and forgiveness. Winner of four Academy Awards, including Best Actress in a Leading Role (Jennifer Jones).||$7,000,000|
|Song of the South||1946||N/A||Johnny, the young son of a plantation owner in the Post-Reconstruction American South meets Uncle Remus, a wise old storyteller who tells him stories of a crafty rabbit who uses his wits to avoid being eaten by an evil fox and his dimwitted bear sidekick. It is very pro-family, as it depicts Johnny's family as very caring and protective towards him, especially when they attempt to keep Uncle Remus from seeing him or telling him stories, and when they care for him after he is mauled by the bull. Johnny's parents tell him not to go into the Bull Patch, teaching children to obey their parents. Johnny is also disciplined for outsmarting the Favors children, showing a clear anti-lying message. Johnny's family are conservative Christians, as evidenced by their references to "The Good Lord" and their dressing Johnny up in a fancy Sunday outfit. The scene where Johnny is mocked for wearing a lace collar and called "a girlie" encourages children to dress according to their birth assigned gender, as not doing so could result in unhappiness. Johnny comforts Ginny when she cries, teaching young boys the concept of chivalry. Finally, Br'er Rabbit learns that he can't run away from his troubles, teaching children the concept of personal responsibility.
Unfortunately, the movie ended up an early victim of Disney's turn towards leftism in later years by being banned from getting rereleases outside of pirated editions, presumably due to various race-baiting actions by people like Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson by falsely implying the movie was inherently racist.
|The Sons of Katie Elder||1965||UR||Brothers John Elder (John Wayne), Tom Elder (Dean Martin), Bud Elder (Michael Anderson Jr.) and Matt Elder (Earl Holliman) seek justice following the murder of their mother.||$23 million|
|Sophie Scholl– The Final Days||2005||(German} The story of the final days and execution of Sophie Scholl, a member of the Nazi resistance.||$13.9 million|
|Soul Surfer||2011||PG||The true story of champion surfer 13-year-old Bethany Hamilton, who loses her arm in a shark attack. Her Christian faith helps her overcome her handicap to surf once again.||$43,853,424|
|The Sound of Music||1965||UR||Solid family entertainment about Austria's von Trapp family before World War II.||$158,671,368|
|South Central||1992||R||A former gangster fresh out of prison wants to change his life for the better while trying to stop his son from falling into the same path. One of the few hood films of the 1990s to not celebrate the gangster lifestyle.||$1,373,196|
|Soylent Green||1973||PG||Charlton Heston plays a futuristic detective in a dying, polluted, overcrowded dictatorial world, trying to solve its most bizarre secret of its time's only main food source for most of its people, only to find its most unspeakable answer as the recipe directly involves people.|
|Spider-Man||2002||PG-13||Based on the flagship superhero of Marvel Comics, Peter Parker is a hard-working teenager, raised by his devout Aunt May and well-meaning Uncle Ben, who is bitten by a radioactive spider and gains spider-like abilities, such as climbing any surface and shooting webbing from his hands, which he vows to use to prevent crime after Uncle Ben’s murder. Spider-Man pokes fun at liberal entertainers and journalists, particularly Daily Bugle publisher J. Jonah Jameson, who goes out of his way to unfairly smear and slander Spider-Man and foolishly question his heroic deeds. For his relationship with classmate Mary Jane Watson, Peter chooses abstinence. Peter believes in individualism and capitalism as well: he rejects a job from a handout, claiming he would like to earn what he makes. This was one of the most profitable films ever made and had two sequels.||$403,706,375|
|Stand By Me||1986||R||Four friends go on an adventure to find the dead body of a missing teen. Despite featuring swearing and underage smoking in some scenes, the movie displays very good Conservative values of friendship, loyalty, the importance of family (the four main boys, played by Wil Wheaton, Jerry O'Connell, River Phoenix and Corey Feldman, come from broken homes even though one of the boy's fathers fought in World War II in Normandy). The lead boy stands up to the movie's main antagonist, local hoodlum and gang leader Ace Merrill (played by Kiefer Sutherland) by using a gun to keep him at bay when Ace threatens him with a switchblade, and an off-screen character is a Catholic who is practicing abstinence, much to the dismay of her boyfriend Ace.||$52.3 million.|
|The Star Chamber||1983||R||Michael Douglas is a Los Angeles judge whose idealism is shaken when he has to release guilty violent criminals on legal technicalities, until he meets similar judges who form a "court of last resort" to hunt down and execute deadly criminals who previously escaped on loopholes.||$5,555,305|
|The Sting||1973||PG||A spectacular triumph of good over evil in which the bad guy, himself a murderous con man, was conned into his own ruin by the good guys. This picture has zero political correctness and exemplifies the best of the public, as a small team of unsuccessful grifters take down the biggest con man of all. Robert Shaw's performance was sizzling, as it was in Jaws, yet was unfairly denied Oscar nominations in both. This movie won 7 Academy Awards, including best picture and best director, and could have earned more.||$159,600,000 (30 times its budget)|
|Straw Dogs||1971||R||Liberal mathematician David Sumner moves to Cornwall, England with his wife to study stellar phenomena. While there, vicious criminals constantly harass him and his wife. The criminals do inhuman things such as kill his cat and rape his wife, leaving Sumner to abandon his liberal beliefs and pacifism and defend his life and all he holds dear.|
|Strategic Air Command||1955||UR||Actor (and Brigadier General) James Stewart's story of the real Strategic Air Command and its transition from prop planes to jet planes.||Unknown|
|Suicide Squad||2016||PG-13||Various supervillains are given a second chance to fight for the greater good. Surprisingly, the film glorifies some conservative values. The villain's a Pagan goddess named Enchantress ( a rare film where liberal Hollywood actually portrays a Pagan as evil instead of the tragic hero nonsense we've seen). Also, even throughout the film is about supervillains, many of them regret their lives of crime, such as one of the characters Deadshot abandons his opportunity to kill Batman on his daughter's behalf and another character El Diablo who used his superpower for evil ends up accidentally killing his family, which has haunted him.
Moreover, in a dream sequence villain Harley Quinn shows her deepest desires which is being a housewife (points for having the guts for showing a female character not wanting to be part of the feminist agenda, especially in this day and age, even if it not surprisingly infuriated liberal critics). Some could also point out Enchantress plans to bribe the squad as reference to Luke 4:6-7. More interesting enough the director David Ayer is a Christian who was once in the Navy. So it's not surprising he added these values onto his film.
|Sully||2016||PG-13||Directed by nonother than Clint Eastwood, Sully tells the great morality tale on how one should rely on his/her human instincts and personal faith at any time in their lives, especially in this age where others rely more on modern technology.||$124,643,039|
|Swiss Family Robinson||1960||UR||After they were shipwrecked on a deserted island, the Robinson family courageously worked together to survive against all odds and transformed the jungle into a habitable, tropical South Seas paradise. Swiss Family Robinson is both a great family film of the highest order and one of the most beloved live-action Disney films ever made.||$465,977,300|
|Taken||2009||PG-13||Retired CIA agent and divorced father Bryan Mills risks everything to save his daughter from Albanian sex traffickers. Followed by two sequels in 2012 and 2015 and a television series in 2017.||$145,000,989|
|Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)||1990||PG||The first live-action adaptation of Peter Laird and Kevin Eastman's creations. Like the 1987 TV series, this movie greatly emphasizes the family themes with the turtles as brothers and Master Splinter as their adoptive father. The family themes are even more emphasized when Leonardo has an argument with Raphael, which results in Raph going off on his own, getting ambushed and nearly killed by the Foot Clan. Leonardo then regrets his actions and stands vigil over his unconscious brother, hoping that he will wake up so that Leo can apologize (and they do reconcile). Splinter gets kidnapped very early in the movie and the turtles are very distraught by his absence. The movie also paints hedonism and deliquency in a negative light, and the Foot Clan is shown to be a gang of teenage runaways taken in by Shredder who maintain a hideout full of vices such as smoking, drinking, and gambling. Shredder exploits them by giving them their hedonistic desires in exchange for their loyalty. this is most emphasized with the character of Danny Pennington, who is estranged from his father and runs away to join the Foot Clan. Later in the movie, Splinter reveals to Danny that Shedder is in fact Oroku Saki, the man responsible for killing his owner, Hamato Yoshi, and he convinces Danny to reconcile with his father.|
|The Ten Commandments||1956||UR||The definitive film portrayal of Exodus. Stars Charlton Heston as main character Moses and as the voice of God (the latter role shared with Delos Jewkes), John Carradine as Moses' brother Aaron, Yul Brynner as Egyptian pharaoh and main antagonist Ramses II, Edward G. Robinson as corrupt Hebrew overseer and secondary antagonist Dathan, Yvonne De Carlo as Moses' wife Sephora, Anne Baxter as Moses' original love interest (and later Ramses II's wife) Nefretiri, Nina Foch as Moses' foster mother Bithia, John Derek as Hebrew stonecutter and Moses' right-hand man Joshua, Debra Paget as Joshua's love interest Lilia, Sir Cedric Hardwicke as Pharaoh Sethi, Judith Anderson as Bithia's servant Memnet, Vincent Price as Sethi's architect Baka, Martha Scott as Moses' biological mother Yochebel and Olive Deering as Moses' sister Miriam.||$65,500,000|
|The Third Man||1949||UR||Considered to be the greatest British film ever made, this thriller with a fabulous musical score exemplifies the justification in distrusting the lying Deep State. Set in post-World War II Vienna under control divided with the communist Soviet Union. Directed by Sir Carol Reed, who also directed Odd Man Out (1947), The Fallen Idol (1948), and Oliver! (1968).||$500,000|
|The Thomas Crown Affair||1968||R||Features a priceless scene with the conservative game of chess during which the woman (Faye Dunaway) seduces the man (Steve McQueen), as in the Garden of Eden (while using imagination rather than nudity). The less-acclaimed, but also commercially successful, liberal remake in 1999 cut the chess scene.
|Thor||2011||PG-13||Based upon the Marvel Comics superhero, the fourth installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe does not attempt to convert its audience to paganism regardless of what the title implies. Instead, the titular Norse god of thunder, who is alternately thought of as a god and as an alien in this universe, learns the consequences of dishonoring his father Odin and betraying his family: after his reckless actions reignite an ancient war between the people of the kingdom of Asgard, the home of Thor’s family, and a race of frost giants, Thor is stripped of powers, banished to earth, and forced to live among humans. He then remembers the importance of honoring his father and sacrifice for a greater good when his wicked trickster brother Loki, who seeks to claim the throne of Asgard for himself, sends after him the Destroyer, a ferocious automaton. Thor’s willingness to lay down his life so his friends can kill the Destroyer proves him worthy to regain his powers, defeat the automaton, and return to Asgard to overthrow Loki, who faces his own consequences for betraying the family (namely, being dropped into the vacuum of space, only to turn up alive after the credits, setting up the plot for another great conservative Marvel film, The Avengers).||$449.3 million|
|The Three Stooges||2012||PG||In a plot similar to The Blues Brothers, the Three Stooges try to raise money to save their Catholic orphanage. The movie promotes capitalism, as they refuse a handout, and want to work for it. The movie also promotes the family as well.||$44,338,224|
|Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo||1944||UR||Pro-American film released after the wake of Pearl Harbor that portrays brave fighter pilots fighting the Japanese in WWII.||$6,247,000|
|To Kill a Mocking Bird||1962||UR||Based on the Harper Lee novel of the same name, this Pro-family, anti-racism movie set in the early 1930s in Maycomb, Alabama depicts a lawyer named Atticus Finch, who is given the difficult task of defending a black man wrongfully accused of rape at a time when racism against blacks was actually prevalent in American society. Atticus is also depicted as being a very caring father to his son Jem and his daughter Jean Louise, or "Scout."||$13,129,846|
|The Tooth Fairy||2010||PG||Pro-dreaming, anti-pragmatism film. The Rock plays a pragmatist hockey player, who does not believe in dreams, and is assigned to be a tooth fairy. As well as pro-fatherhood, where the Rock despite not being the father, learns to bond with his girlfriend’s kids.||$60,022,256|
|The Toy||1982||PG||This pro-family movie is about a little rich boy, who is sad and lonely because his family lacks any real family values. He buys a man as a toy when really he wants a friend, where he learns “If you want a friend, you don’t buy a friend. You earn a friend. You know, with love and trust.” In the end, the boy’s father shows he really loves his son and tries to reconnect more with him, by rebuilding more family values. Also part of the reason their father-son relationship was so messed up was because he was divorced and also was being tricked into working for the KKK, which is shown in the negative light.||$47,118,057|
|The Tree of Life||2011||PG-13||An adaptation of the Book of Job set in 1950s Texas with a narrative structure based on the nature of human memory which many viewers will find confusing.||$13,303,319|
|Transformers||2007||PG-13||The Autobots and their leader, Optimus Prime, usually do what they believe is right and fight the misanthropic Decepticons. Although the police and military fight both Transformers throughout most of this film, they learn that the Autobots are good in the end and the Autobots also learn that about them. It was followed by four sequels in 2009, 2011, 2014, and 2017, with varying quality and Conservative messages.||$319,246,193|
|Tremors||1990||PG-13||Giant sand worms called "Graboids" begin attacking the residents of a small isolated town in the Nevada desert and block the only road out of town. One of the few Hollywood films to portray personal firearm ownership in a positive light as Burt Gummer and his wife Heather fight off one of the Graboids with a variety of firearms, including semi-automatic AR-15s. Burt also creates the explosives that are used to kill the last two Graboids. Ironically, Burt is played by Michael Gross, the same actor who played the super liberal Steven Keaton in Family Ties.||$16,667,084|
|True Grit||1969||NR||Western film that deals with trying to bring justice against a murderer, and promotes courage in the face of danger as well as perseverance. Was also notable as being one of the few films during that time that still dealt with the concept of a classical hero, whether in westerns or other genres, in an era where Hollywood was being taken over by the radical left and including as a fad anti-heroes, and inspired Russ Dvonch to be a filmmaker.||$48 million|
|True Lies||1994||R||Stars the future Republican governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger. Teaches conservative values like marital loyalty, and politically incorrect facts such as the fact that most terrorists are Middle Eastern Islamic radicals who don't value human life.||$146,261,000|
|The Tunnel (Der Tunnel)||2001||Based on a true story a group of East Berliners escaping harsh Communist rule and hatch a plan to help others escape that same oppressive regime.||$10,890|
|Twelve O'Clock High||1949||UR||A thrilling movie about the heroics of fighter pilots during World War II; used as an educational film for management training seminars.||$3,225,000|
|Twins||1988||PG||Pro-family film about fraternal twins who are separated at birth, and once they have reunited with each other they go to find their mother. In addition contains the many morals, including the importance of doing what right over getting what wants. In addition this is a rare Hollywood film to actually show the moral character as the happier character, as Arnold Schwarzenegger's character is both moral and joyful (he is said to have the ideal human trait, where Danny Devito's character was initially a small-town crook and learns the error of his ways becoming more happy and moral, and even claiming at the end "It feels great to be a good guy".||$111,938,388|
|Twister||1996||PG-13||An action film about powerful tornadoes, its underlying theme is pro-marriage and politically incorrect as the wife wants her unfaithful husband back, while she also does good things for society. The movie contains some delightful mockery of the straying husband who aspires to be on television; rural America is portrayed in a positive light not typical for Hollywood. The ex-husband saves his ex-wife from danger, and protects her. This movie was immensely successful, raking in worldwide revenue 5.6 times its production costs.||$241,721,524|
|Unbroken||2014||PG-13||Tells the story of how WWII hero and Olympic runner Louis Zamperini, who died on July 2 of the original's release year, overcame the Japanese while in one of their prison camps. Followed by a post-war-set sequel in 2018.||$115,637,895|
|Uncle Buck||1989||PG-13||A slovenly bachelor babysits his rebellious teenage niece and her younger brother and sister, and they learn the true importance of family. The villain of the movie is a teenager who is only interested in his girlfriend for sexual purposes. Uncle Buck also stands up against the nihilist assistant principal for childlike wonder and dreaming. “I don't want to know a six-year-old who isn't a dreamer or a silly heart.”||$66,758,538|
|Under Siege||1992||R||American Patriot and Ex-Navy SEAL Casey Ryback (Steven Seagal) fights against Saul Alinsky-type liberal and ex-CIA operative Bill Strannix (Tommy Lee Jones) after Strannix's team of terrorists hijack the USS Missouri, being helped by the traitorous First Officer Commander Krill (Gary Busey). The film depicts Ryback's heroism and patriotism in a positive light, while depicting Strannix and Krill's Anti-American treachery in a negative light.||$83,563,139|
|Unplanned||2019||R||Major pro-life movie showing Abby Johnson's shift from an abortion clinic director to a pro-life activist.|
|Vampires||1998||R||Conserative star James Woods and his team of mercenaries hunt vampires for the Vatican||$20 million|
|Voiceless||2015||PG-13||War veteran and minister Jesse Dean stands up against Planned Parenthood when an abortion clinic moves across the street from his Church.||$418,940|
|Walt Before Mickey||2015||PG||Biographical film about Animator Walt Disney never giving up on his dreams. Teaches the value of hard work, and innovation. Also clearly supports the American Dream.||N/A|
|Wanted: Dead or Alive||1987||R||A modernization of the 1958-61 Western TV series with Steve McQueen (see also Greatest Conservative TV Shows), where the outlaws are replaced with Islamic terrorists (the film also does a good job of not being politically correct on the subject of Islamic fundamentalism). Stars Rutger Hauer as CIA agent-turned-bounty hunter Nick Randall, the descendant of McQueen's TV character Josh Randall.||$7,555,000|
|The War of the Vendee||2012||N/A||As indicated by the title, it depicts the events of the Vendée rebellion in a manner more suitable for children by having the cast of the films be exclusively composed of children. Although family friendly overall, it pulls no punches in showcasing the horrors of the French Revolution as well as the anti-Christian ideology behind it, including two of the key characters giving a full list of the various atrocities indulged by the French Revolution, including but not limited to the raiding of the Bastille, the September Massacres, and the unlawful execution of King Louis XVI, as well as heavily implying Satan's role in the revolution by frequently showing at various points, especially in scenes with Robespierre, a black hooded figure.||N/A|
|War of the Worlds||2005||PG-13||This rendition of H.G. Wells' classic 1898 novel without "The" in its title features Tom Cruise as Ray Ferrier, an initially easygoing and selfish working class man, who must watch his teenage son, Robbie and young daughter, Rachel, while his ex-wife and new husband visit her parents for the weekend. The movie's pro-family message comes entirely into focus, when the aliens arrive and force Ray and his children to flee. Throughout their time together, Ray clashes with Robbie, the latter critical of him as a father, but in the end, they reconcile, after the invaders are eliminated. The movie is also pro-military and highlights Robbie's bravery to join them in the fight against the invaders, despite Ray's protests.||$234,280,354|
|War Room||2015||PG||Pro-Christian film where a woman turns to Christ to help fix her marriage. The film was one of the biggest box office surprises, even with biased reviews.||$67,790,117|
|The Way Back||2020||R||A former basketball player who turned down a scholarship to the perennial power house college basketball program, the University of Kansas, now an adult struggling with alcoholism, is offered a coaching job at his alma mater. As the team starts to win, he begins to fight his alcholism as well as his other (metaphorical) demons.|
|We Were Soldiers||2002||R||Pro-war story film based on the soldiers and families fighting in Vietnam.||$114,660,784|
|The Wicker Man||2006||PG-13||Shows the dangers of feminism and Neo-Paganism.||$23,649,127|
|Wild Wild West||1999||PG-13||Western about two U.S. Secret Service agents teaming up together to protect President Grant, no feminism.||$113,804,681|
|The Wilderness Family, aka Adventures of the Wilderness Family||1975||G||These Robinsons are a 1970's American family fed up with the hassles of modern big city-Los Angeles in their case-living, so they hightail it to the Rockies, vowing never to return. Wholesome scenic entertainment with two sequels in 1978 and 1979 and indeed an example of California being paradise lost.|
|Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory||1971||G||Showing the importance of having character. Willy Wonka gives each of the kids on tour an Everlasting Gobstopper, which is a potential goldmine, given that a rival spy had earlier offered each of the kids money in exchange for handing over this new invention. Also, every single kid, except Charlie, misbehaves in such a way that injures or deforms them in some way. The film also promotes capitalism, with Wonka being such a successful business leader in the world of candy. In addition, this film is surely to annoy liberals, who want to ban chocolate candy and sweets.
The hidden message in this film is one of redemption. It is hidden because it is conveyed through the imagery of the film's final scene. Charlie has made it to the end of his journey. Despite having the urge, and a clean opportunity, to sell Wonka out to his rival, Charlie ends up giving the Everlasting Gobstopper back to Wonka. For this act of integrity, he is rewarded beyond his wildest expectations—he is given ownership of the factory. Incidentally, while he is riding in the Wonkavator, it crashes through the ceiling up into the sky. The allusion to Heaven and salvation is unmistakable.
|The Winning Team||1952||UR||Ronald Reagan stars as a baseball pitcher who overcomes his problems to help his team win. This was one of Reagan's own favorites.||Unknown|
|Witness||1985||R||Highlights the virtues of strong moral values, with more substance than High Noon.||$65,500,000|
|Wonder||2017||PG||A heartwarming coming-of-age story about August (Auggie) Pullman who is entering public school for the first time after being home-schooled his whole life. Although he is born with unpleasant facial features, his family is very supportive of him, giving the story a strong pro-family message. The classmates Auggie encounters are quite insecure in seeing a new face, but the film does a brilliant job of showing what those kids are thinking, which gives a strong message on empathy. The film also treats redemption in a positive light, as one of the main antagonists who bullies Auggie learns of his ways and becomes his friend. This film is a great film to show for all ages.||$132,422,809|
|Won't Back Down||2012||PG-13||A brilliant movie that criticizes public schools.||$5,310,554|
|World Trade Center||2006||PG-13||Highlights the bravery of NYC's firemen, paramedics, and police in 9/11.||$70,236,496|
|Zero Dark Thirty||2012||R||Docudrama about the hunt and eventual operation that killed Osama bin Laden on May 1, 2011. The movie generated controversy, due to its depiction of enhanced interrogation techniques, including waterboarding. In addition, the movie put political correctness aside in its depictions of radical Islamic terrorism, showing several of Al-Qaeda's attacks from 2004-2011.||$132,820,716|
|Zulu||1964||UR||Courageous, Duty, Patriotism. A defending of Western Civilization.|
|101 Dalmatians||1961||G||Set in 1960s London, England, a Dalmatian couple named Pongo and Perdita welcome their fifteen puppies into the world. When the fur-obsessed Cruella De Vil and her henchmen steal the puppies, the Dalmatians cross the English countryside to get them back. The movie portray the importance of family positively in the form of Pongo and Perdita stopping at nothing until they rescue their puppies; they also adopt the other eighty-four puppies Cruella had bought to turn into fur coats, which shows family by adoption in a positive light. Marriage is also shown in a positive light in the form of a Christian wedding ceremony for the dogs' owners and the dogs themselves as well. It also positively portrays heroism in the forms of several animals (including Sergeant Tibbs the cat, Colonel the sheepdog, and Captain the horse) assisting the Dalmatians in finding their puppies and helping them all get home. A live-action remake was released in 1996.||$153 million|
|A Bug's Life||1998||G||Based on the Aesop fable "The Ant and the Grasshopper", a young and inventive, if clumsy, ant named Flik plans to recruit a military force of warrior insects to save his colony from being oppressed by evil grasshoppers who have enslaved the ants to harvest food for them, lest they may be punished. Flik is a model for individualism as well as a strong work ethic who believes in bettering himself and his colony with his impressive harvesting inventions. To some extent, the film pokes fun at the homosexual agenda, in particular transvestitism: the male ladybug Francis frequently mistaken for a woman because of his species' name, and he routinely corrects other characters about this confusion, at one point even launching into a tirade with several flies before having to be restrained.||$363.3 million|
|All Dogs go to Heaven||1989||G||The film's protagonist, a talking dog named Charlie B. Barkin (Voiced by Burt Reynolds), is a gambler and a swindler. After being murdered by his former partner, Carface, he comes back to life by winding his "life watch" and plans to get revenge on Carface. He "rescues" a girl named Anne-Marie (voiced by the late Judith Barsi) from Carface and exploits her ability to talk to animals in order to win at gambling. As the film progresses, Charlie begins to be influenced by Anne-Marie's kindness and love. In the end, he must choose between saving Anne-Marie's life and protecting his "life watch" (he will die if it ever stops) and he chooses the former.
The film depicts Christianity in a positive light. In addition to the obvious references to Heaven and Hell, Anne-Marie is also shown praying before she goes to bed, thanking God for Charlie's "rescue" (which, even though he had his own selfish purposes, did get her away from Carface's abuse).
The film is also pro-family. Anne-Marie is introduced as an orphan who wants to find new parents. During the movie, she meets a compassionate couple named Kate and Harold, who eventually adopt her.
|An American Tail||1986||G||A movie dealing with immigration, the movie is pro-family due to Fieval, the main character, being separated from his family due to a storm, and him and his family going out of their way to find each other. Also has a subtle condemnation of machine politics (Tammany Hall, in this case) and voter fraud due to one of the characters, "Honest" John, the implied mouse mayor of New York City, declaring a then-recently deceased mouse (who was implied to have died before he was old enough to vote) to be able to "vote from now on" before adding the mouse's name to a book (a clear allusion to ghost voters), with the mouse not being painted in a particularly good light. Also promotes legal immigration, and a redemption theme due to one of the antagonists, an orange tabby cat named Tiger, ultimately being befriended by Fieval and becoming an ally to the mice.||$84 million|
|The Angry Birds Movie||2016||PG||Based on the video game app of the same name, the film has its moments of rude humor but surprisingly has a strong Anti-Illegal Immigration message with the pigs practically representing Islamic migrants (the villain, King Mudbeard, even looks like a Middle Eastern man). The pigs trick the birds into accepting them to live on their island and once they have their respect, steal their eggs and blow up their island (part of the collateral damage is a statue of a bald eagle no less). Red, the only bird who was suspicious of them from the beginning, is first demonized by the community because of this, but later forgiven after he is proven right and decides to fight back and rescue their eggs from the pigs.||$107,509,366|
|Animal Farm (animated film)||1954||Not Rated||Animated film adaptation of the conservative text of the same name from George Orwell. Just like in the novel, it uses animals in the pretext of leveling harsh criticism against Communism and against Josef Stalin. Unlike in the book, which heavily implies that the pigs ultimately succeed in taking power with the animals being left unable to do anything against them, the film ends with the animals doing a successful revolt against the pigs, although the ending leaves it ambiguous as to whether the animals will learn their lesson on communism from the experience. It was also made in part by the CIA.||NA|
|Ben and Me||November 10, 1953||Not Rated||Animated adaptation of the book of the same name. As indicated by the title, the story involves the founding of America in the onset of the American War of Independence, with founding father Benjamin Franklin being aided by a mouse named Amos to ultimately draft what would become the Declaration of Independence. Was made when Disney was still a conservative company.||NA|
|The Breadwinner||2017||PG-13||Set in Afghanistan during the Taliban's ruling, a young Afghani girl named Parvana disguises herself as a boy in order to provide for her family after her father was arrested. The movie is pro-family with how Parvana tries her best to provide for her family as well as her concern for her father while he's in prison. Also shows the Taliban in a negative light.||$313,215|
|Cars||2006||G||Lightning McQueen - a racecar competing in champion races - gets lost in the desert town of Radiator Springs, where he gets to know the locals as well as learn humility. Unlike its second installment, it promotes friendship and family values, and is about overcoming certain hardships. While McQueen initially looks down on the local cars for their more simple ways, he does get to befriend them more and value them, even moving his racing headquarters to Radiator Springs and putting said town on the map. Two sequels were released in 2011 and 2017.||$462.2 million|
|Cars 3||2017||G||A huge improvement over Cars 2 and is often considered to be the true sequel to the first film. Cars 3 is a great family movie. If it didn't have such liberal producers, Cars 3 would have been a much better film; this suggests liberals can't even get film-making right.||$108,667,133|
|Chicken Little||1943||A Disney animated short (back when Conservatives were still in charge) that shows the dangers of listening to lies and rumors, and falling prey to persuasive leaders. The studio originally wanted to have the villain of the short, Foxy Loxy read Hitler's Mein Kampf to make sure no one missed the point, but in the end they changed it to just a generic psychology book in attempt to prevent the short from becoming dated after the war, although in the actual film, the passages he was heard reading were taken directly from Mein Kampf, thus preserving the scene's original message overall. On a related note, the short is further evidence disproving various liberal claims that Walt Disney had been a fascist/Nazi supporter.|
|Cinderella||1950||G||Based on the internationally-known rags-to-royalty fairy tale, this Disney animated feature teaches how perseverance even when things look bleak can pay off and stresses the importance of retaining a good character even when hope dwindles.
In 2015, Cinderella received a live-action remake that keeps to some of the story.
|Coco||2017||PG||A beautiful animated film about tradition and family. In Santa Cecilia, Mexico, 12-year-old Miguel Rivera secretly dreams of becoming a musician like Ernesto de la Cruz, a popular actor, and singer of his great-grandmother Coco's generation, despite all music being despised by his family. After entering the Land of the Dead, Miguel encounters Héctor, a down-on-his-luck skeleton who once played music with Ernesto. Héctor offers to help Miguel reach Ernesto; in return, he asks Miguel to take his photo back to the Land of the Living, so that he might visit his now-elderly daughter before she forgets him and he disappears completely.||$591.4 million|
|Der Fuerher's Face||1943||A Disney animated short (back when Conservatives were still in charge) that showcased the horrors of Nazi Germany and fascism. The ending has Donald Duck being very happy and thankful to still live in America, where he is both safe and free. Alongside Education of Death, it proves that, contrary to claims made by leftists, Walt Disney was never a Nazi supporter.|
|Dinosaur||2000||PG||A clan of lemurs living on a tropical island finds an egg and raises a baby dinosaur from that egg: an Iguanodon named Aladar. When their island home is destroyed by a meteor shower years later, Aladar and four remaining lemurs join a herd of migrating dinosaurs on their way to their nesting grounds, all while predators lurk behind them. The movie portrays family - both by blood and adoption - very well, shown when the lemurs adopt and raise Aladar while he protects them in return. Even Kron - the herd's stubborn leader - and his sister Neera share a bond; Kron never acts harsh towards Neera, and Neera tries (but unfortunately fails) to save Kron from a Carnotaurus. Aladar is also shown to be against Social Darwinism, opposing Kron's strict belief that the old and weak should be left behind and helping the oldest dinosaurs in the herd keep up; his beliefs are also what gets Neera to like him, after watching him helping Eema the elderly Styracosaurus and two orphaned Iguanodons get some water. Redemption is also positively shown when Bruton - second-in-command to Kron - sacrifices himself to save the stragglers of the herd by bringing the cave down onto himself and a predator.||$137,748,063|
|The Dog of Flanders||1997 (Japan)
|An anime film adaptation of the Christian book A Dog of Flanders by Ouida. The film is pro-Christianity.||¥243,543,645 (Japan)|
N/A (USA; Direct to Video)
|Dr. Seuss' The Grinch||2018||PG||Like the animated special and live-action film before it, the film retains the anti-nihilism and redemptive themes in the movie. The anti-materialism message also is further reinforced as Grinch's chance encounter with Cindy Lou Who has him learning that she didn't even intend to ask for presents, but rather to ease her mom's burden due to doing so many things for so many people, which ultimately acted as the catalyst for his redemption. Also has a promotion of family values, since as noted above, Cindy Lou Who expressed concern for her mom barely spending time being a mom and burning the wick at both ends, and a primary part of the Grinch's hatred for the holiday dealt with his time as an orphan, with it being heavily implied that he was alone even in the orphanage. Due to several scenes in the film with Christmas carols being sung, it is also one of the few movies to explicitly note that the point of Christmas was also a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ.||$511.60 million|
|Dumbo||1941||G||This Disney film about a baby elephant with huge ears named Dumbo exploits the classic liberal trap of overanalyzing. It also illustrates the effective management of a business that treats people and animals as equals. Later in the film, a flock of jolly birds encourage Dumbo to pull himself up by his bootstraps and learn to fly. An anti-bullying message is also shown with the elephants in the circus cruelly laughing at Dumbo and later blaming him for getting his mother locked up, though Timothy Q. Mouse sticks up for Dumbo and scares the other elephants to help him out.
In March 2019, Dumbo gets a live-action remake directed by Tim Burton.
|Education for Death||1943||A Short cartoon made by Disney (back when the conservatives were in charge). Showing the horrors of Nazi Germany, shockingly very similar to what liberals are doing to America right now. Also acts as proof alongside Der Fuerher's Face that, contrary to claims made by leftists, Walt Disney was never a Nazi supporter.|
|The Emperor’s New Groove||2000||G||A self-centered emperor named Kuzco gets turned into a llama and befriends a hard-working villager, where he learns how hard the villagers, work to support him and kingdom. Also has an anti-eminent domain lesson, with Kuzco realizes it would be wrong of him to steal the land from the villagers. The villain is also a feminist, with it being heavily implied that her methods of raising Kuzco are the primary reason why he turned out a spoiled brat. Is also a rare example of a comedy film churned out of Hollywood that actually does use witty humor and not low-hanging fruit-type jokes for its humor. It also has a humorous condemnation of homosexuality, as when Kuzco is knocked unconscious from the rapids, Pacha attempted to perform CPR only for Kuzco to regain consciousness just as Pacha was about start CPR, causing both to recoil in disgust from the near-kiss, as well as Kuzco explicitly making clear such was disgusting. Although the ending was slightly altered due to songwriter Sting, an environmentalist, taking offense at the implication that Kuzco built his summer retreat in the Jungle and cleared them away, it nonetheless retained the hints that Kuzco ultimately was a changed man from the experience.
Had an animated spinoff sequel featuring Kronk's New Groove as well as an animated TV series called The Emperor's New School.
|Ferdinand||2017||PG||Based on a great conservative novel known as Ferdinand the Bull, this film promotes friendship and family values, as Ferdinand sticks up for a scrawny bull named Bones who gets picked on and has touching moments with a young Spanish girl named Nina. He also shows off his dance moves with other bulls to snobbish horses, and even helps a Scottish bull named Angus be able to see by moving back the hair in front of his face. Ferdinand also inspires to be like his father who gets killed in a bullring, which could be seen as an anti-feminist message, especially considering that his father wasn't present in the original novel.||$29,601,410|
|Finding Dory||2016||PG (Should be G)||A sequel to the Greatest Conservative Film Finding Nemo, which shares the same pro-Family and anti-Environmentalist messages as the first film.||$1.029 billion|
|Finding Nemo||2003||G||The film is pro-family, as Marlin, a clownfish, embarks on a quest to save his son Nemo (with assistance from Dory, an absent-minded blue tang) after he was captured by humans, even after Nemo disobeyed his warning to not go near a fishing boat. Also has a subtle condemnation on environmentalism, as the divers captured Nemo thinking Nemo was injured and needed medical assistance.||$940.3 million|
|G.I. Joe: The Movie||1987||NR||Animated film version of the conservative cartoon of the same name.||direct-to-video|
|Gekijōban Haikara-san ga Tōru Zenpen - Benio, Hana no 17-sai||2017||G||Benio Hanamura lost her mother when she was very young and has been raised by her father, a high-ranking official in the Japanese army. As a result, she has grown into a tomboy - contrary to traditional Japanese notions of femininity, she studies kendo, drinks sake, dresses in often ridiculous Western fashions instead of the traditional kimono, and isn't as interested in housework as she is in literature. She also rejects the idea of arranged marriages and believes in a woman's right to a career and to marry for love. Benio's best friends are the beautiful Tamaki, who is much more feminine than Benio but equally interested in women's rights, and Ranmaru, a young man who was raised to play female roles in the kabuki theater and as a result has acquired very effeminate mannerisms. One day, Benio has a series of embarrassing encounters with the handsome army lieutenant Shinobu Ijuin, only to receive a shock when her father tells her that Shinobu is to be her husband, due to a pact made between the Hanamura and Ijuin families before Benio's birth. At first Benio tries to fight against her father's wishes, attempting to elope with her friend Ranmaru and eventually deliberately erring in her wifely duties in every way imaginable, hoping the families will cancel the engagement. However, her scheme fails - Shinobu genuinely loves Benio and patiently forgives her for her many blunders, and Benio soon realizes that in spite of herself, she is also falling in love with him. However, a major in the army who holds a grudge against Shinobu then sends the young lieutenant to fight in Manchuria. At the end of the film, Benio stays on in the Ijuin home to care for Shinobu's grandparents and wait for his return. cutting her waist-length hair short and decides to get a job to help out with the family's dire financial situation. A sequel is being released in the summer of 2018
The film is pro-traditional gender roles, as well as pro-military, since both Shinobu and Benio's father are both military men.
|A Goofy Movie||1995||G||Based upon the series Goof Troop, starring classic Disney characters Goofy and Pete as well as their sons in a suburban sitcom-type setting, this pro-family feature sees Goofy take his son Max on a camping trip to bond with the latter out of concern that Max may have been involved in a gang. It pokes fun at the public school system, too: in an early scene, Principal Mazur overreacts and makes Max's actions out to be even worse than they actually are, telling Goofy that Max could face capital punishment if he fails to turn his son good. Ultimately, father and son reconcile when Goofy tells Max that, no matter how old he grows, he will always be his beloved son.||$35.3 million|
|Hello How Am I||1939||N/A||In this Popeye the Sailor animated short, the sins of greed and gluttony - both represented in Wimpy - are focused on and condemned as the burger gourmand uses deceitful means to con his way into a hamburger dinner at Olive Oyl's house at Popeye's expense, but the sailor makes sure his fair-weather friend pays for his duplicity and selfishness.||N/A|
|Hotel Transylvania||2012||PG||After humans kill his wife Martha, Count Dracula opens a ritzy hotel for classic Hollywood horror film-type monsters and tries to protect his daughter Mavis from entering the world of humans. As a teenager, Mavis meets a human stranger named Jonathan and starts to like him, much to Dracula's chagrin. The count then realizes not only is Jonathan a good person but that Mavis, a model for individualism, truly loves him. Overall, this pro-family feature teaches that parents have to eventually let their children grow up.||$148,313,048|
|Hotel Transylvania 2||2015||PG||Similar to the first film, individualism and standing up for what is right are central themes. Dracula fails to force his grandson to be an evil vampire, then realizes that he can only a good role model to his grandson and cannot force him to be something he is not. Another major theme is having good character, as Dracula talks to his human son-in-law Jonathan of his grandson's great character and how he should not reject his love for him because he is different. In the end, the grandson uses his vampiric powers to battle giant bats who attack the Dracula family for including humans in their lineage. Also makes fun of liberal styles, as Dracula is unhappy with the lowering of the standards in the schools.||$169,700,110|
|Hotel Transylvania 3||2018||PG||The threequel to the conservative film franchise.|
|How to Train Your Dragon||2010||PG||In this dazzling DreamWorks animation, young Vikings end up learning the truth about dragons and start training them in the end. It promotes friendship and family values. Hiccup, the boy protagonist, stands up for what he believes is right, and Viking girl Astrid is the antithesis of a modern feminist. The movie introduces two sequels in 2014 and 2019.||$217,581,231|
|Ice Age||2002||PG||In prehistoric times, a woolly mammoth, a giant ground sloth, and a Smilodon (i.e., saber-toothed tiger) work together to return a nomadic human chief's infant son to his tribe. Better than any of its four increasingly poorly-made sequels, this film promotes friendship and family values, especially on the part of Diego the Smilodon, who learns that revenge does not solve anything: he first wants to eat the infant as payback for losing half of his pack to human hunters but grows to like the child and appreciate the innocence he represents. Manny also undergoes similar development, originally not being fond of the infant and overall being cynical and unpleasant for reasons later revealed by a cave painting to be due to his own mate and child having been slaughtered by a tribe of humans, but then ultimately forms a bit of a bond with him for similar reasons to why Diego grew to like the child. There are a couple of characters named Carl and Frank who are heavily implied to be homosexual, although they were depicted in a very negative light, having a murderous hatred of Sid for very trivial reasons (namely, the fact that Sid accidentally ruined their salad due to trying to wipe off poop he stepped on by accident as well as obliviously eating a dandelion, with Manny having some disgust for them when learning they wanted to kill Sid for pleasure, and later after Sid called them "ladies" upon reaching the wrong spa, and only failed to kill him that time due to Sid and Diego tricking them into believing the latter killed him.).||$176,387,405|
|The Incredibles||2004||PG||The world's superheroes are forced to give up their heroics and go into hiding after Bob Parr/Mr. Incredible saves a suicidal man as well as a derailed train from a bridge destroyed by one of his enemies (who ironically gets away with it). The populace misguidedly turns on superheroes and turn to unscrupulous lawyers to sue them, despite the real damage being caused by the supervillains.
The film celebrates the importance of the family unit: Helen Parr/Elastigirl fails at parenting when Bob neglects to help her raise their children. A traditional family of superheroes is portrayed as the saviors of society, whose importance and presence has been unfairly suppressed thanks to the liberal-dominated mainstream media and its preference to see the worst in people. In addition, Mr. Incredible is shown from the start to take marriage to Helen seriously, immediately heading over to his wedding when he realizes he may be running late and doing various crime-stopping when he has time before it.
The movie also contains the conservative idea that recognition should be based on merit rather than on unsubstantiated expectations of equality. Out of sheer jealousy, the villainous Syndrome, formerly Mr. Incredible's biggest fan, attempts to kill off real superheroes so he can use technology to pretend to be one, later planning to sell his gadgets so everyone in the world can have superpowers. "And when everyone is super," he explains, "no one will be." Earlier in the film, Dash, when explaining he pulled a prank on the school teacher simply so he could demonstrate his super-speed, echoes what Syndrome says later on: Helen states everyone was special in their own way by saying that it was simply another way of saying no one was truly special. When Mr. Incredible is asked to attend his son's fifth-grade graduation, he criticizes society for "celebrating mediocrity" instead of those who are "genuinely exceptional."
At Bob Parr's civilian job, employer Gilbert Huph is shown to be heartless but not because of capitalism: when Bob asks if he should help his customers, Gilbert tells him, "The law requires that I answer no", which shows the negativity of government regulation in business.
Overall, the film teaches against government-enforced mediocrity. This film may be the most conservative animation film ever made, in fact it is ranked Number 2 by National Review for the most conservative movies within the last 25 years.  A sequel was released in 2018.
|Inside Out||2015||PG||Inside Out is a largely Pro-Family movie. The movie sheds light on what children think and feel, while keeping liberal progressive views out of the way. The main character, Riley, is shown to love her parents, and the importance of family values is shown multiple time throughout the movie. The parents have to deal with real life problems such as unemployment and moving to find jobs. The movie portrays the family as a nice, family-oriented, hard-working family trying to succeed in the United States.||$857.6 million|
|Isle Of Dogs||2018||PG-13||Set in the fictional Japanese city Megasaki, Mayor Kobayashi issues a decree that all of the city's dogs - whether they're pets or strays - are to be quarantined and taken to Trash Island until a cure for "dog flu" comes around. The mayor's nephew and ward, Atari, heads over to the island to find his dog Spots and is befriended by five dogs (Chief, Rex, King, Boss, and Duke), who all decide to help him find Spots. Along the way, they discover that the mayor has hidden sinister motives behind banning all dogs from Megasaki. Totalitarian rule is rightfully condemned, with Mayor Kobayashi arranging for the death of a scientist when said man finds a cure for dog flu. The movie also condemns animal cruelty, as shown in the case of Kobayashi's anti-dog propaganda and Gondo's "cannibal" pack, who have been subjected to scientific experiments until an "act of God" rescued them. It also shows family and redemption in a positive light, for Mayor Kobayashi has taken Atari in after his parents were killed and decides to abandon his anti-dog plans once he sees how much Atari has gone through, even donating a kidney once the boy's remaining kidney fails.||$32,015,231|
|Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius||2001||G||Brilliant but naive young inventor Jimmy Neutron tries to make contact with extraterrestrial civilizations. However, his efforts cause all parents in his hometown of Retroville to be abducted by egg-like aliens known as the Yolkians. While the children initially rejoice, they soon learn the harsh realities of living in a nihilistic world as well as the importance of family, so they embark on a celestial mission to rescue their parents. The film condemns paganism to a degree as the Yolkians worship Poultra, a chicken-like monstrosity believed to be an incarnate god to which they seek to sacrifice the parents of Jimmy and his friends.||$80,936,232|
|Joseph: King of Dreams||2000||NR||A direct-to-video animated telling of the biblical story of Joseph and his brothers.||N/A|
|The Jungle Book||1967||G||Young Indian boy Mowgli searches for his place in the world with the help of various talking animals in this Disney classic based on the novel by Rudyard Kipling of the same name, albeit significantly toned down to make the film a bit more family friendly.
A CGI/live-action remake was released in April 2016, directed by Jon Favreau.
|Lady and the Tramp||1955||G||In this beloved Disney classic, which was known as Walt Disney’s Happiest Motion Picture, Lady a cocker spinal meets and falls in love with a male stray mongrel known as the Tramp. While aside from the film being pro-family, the dogs to whatever they can to protect the human baby from the rat, in showing chivalry. In addition, Lady condemns Tramp for having other girlfriends, after finding out from the pound dogs that his only weakness is that he is a womanizer, thus showing infidelity and promiscuity in a very negative light. In the end, he becomes faithful to her and joins her human family. There also anti-environmentalist aspects as well, with the dogs learning to understand their place, that although humans come first they still have a place in their heart, as the beliefs Tramp had on humans being so cruel turned out to be false. Also, the iconic Bella Notte scene where they accidentally kiss by eating the same spaghetti took place and was served by the kind-hearted capitalist restaurant owner Tony. On top of that, this is a rarity in Disney Animation to have Christmas depicted in the film and shown in a positive light.
In 2000, a sequel starring Scamp - the son of Lady and Tramp - premiered on home video. A live-action remake was released and streamed on Disney+ in November 2019.
|The Land Before Time||1988||G||In this film that promotes family values and friendship, the main character (Littlefoot) is a dinosaur that loses his mother. This sparked some controversy, because the killing of a family member is quite violent for a movie with a kid-targeted audience, but this movie redeems itself through the plot. Littlefoot finds friends throughout the movie that show team work, cooperation, hard work, and diligence are the key to living a successful life, even in the dinosaur world. Over the span of twenty-eight years, thirteen sequels had been released on home video. On the good side, the sequels have good conservative values like family and friendship; on the bad side, they lack the impact that the 1988 movie had.||$84.4 million|
|Lilo & Stitch||2002||PG||In this heartwarming Disney animation, Experiment 626—a short but mischievous, koala-like beast created by an alien mad scientist (an origin similar to the monster's in the conservative novel Frankenstein and its 1931 film adaptation)—escapes from an interstellar prison and crashes down in Hawaii, where a lonely girl mistakes him for a dog, adopts him, and names him "Stitch." Stitch then gradually abandons his destructive ways and begins seeking love and friendship. The film is so delightfully pro-family that the tagline is, "Ohana means family [in Hawaiian]. Family means nobody gets left behind, or forgotten." Also briefly pokes fun at environmentalist policies, as the climax reveals that Earth was nearly subject to an alien invasion in 1973, but the CIA Agent-turned child welfare services agent Cobra Bubbles managed to thwart it by claiming that the Earth was designated a breeding ground for an endangered species called mosquitoes (which obviously weren't endangered at all).||$273.1 million|
|The Lion King||1994||G||Based mainly upon the Shakespearean play Hamlet, the main message of this box office smash hit is about the power of the individual and the triumph of faith, friendship, hope, and heroism. The Lion King also features subtle Christian messages, such as honoring one's father and reconciliation.
Its story takes partial inspiration from Scripture, particularly the stories of Joseph and Moses. On a side note, the film features the power-hungry main antagonist Scar, who kills his own brother, the ruling king Mufasa, to usurp the throne, then manipulates his nephew, Mufasa's young son Simba, into thinking that Simba is responsible for his father's death and forces him into exile. Scar is a model liberal because, once he becomes ruler, he favors Communistic/fascistic big government, pushes liberal values, and lets their Pride Lands territory fall to ruin. In addition, when rallying up the Hyenas to aid him in killing Mufasa, he vows that they will never starve under his rule, mirroring what various Communist and other leftist insurgents often vow when trying to get people to aid them in taking over a government. The song "Be Prepared" also shows the Hyenas goose stepping past Scar as he looks down from a cliff in a clear reference to Nazism. On a similar note, the Hyenas also act as a subtle condemnation against illegal immigration and the concept of open borders, as once the Hyenas merge with the Pride Lands and take it over upon Scar becoming king, it is heavily implied that they forced the Lionesses to overhunt and that ended up causing the Pride Lands territory to become a wasteland by driving out any remaining animals, with Scar indicating that they should "eat Zazu" if they want food.
At several points in the film, Scar delusively believes he is still a very good king, even claiming "I'm ten times the king Mufasa was!", which is similar to liberal delusions of their own skills in governing (i.e., Obama's later claim that he would have "won" reelection into a third term if he was able to run again, despite never being legally qualified to run in the first place, not to mention his being legally barred from running for a third term even if he were legally qualified to run in the first place per the Twenty-Second Amendment to the United States Constitution). He unsuccessfully attempts to orchestrate the assassination of Simba by using hyena minions and even attempts to kill him himself, to ensure that he will be king and remain so forevermore, but he is thwarted by Simba once the cub reaches adulthood. Simba effectively becomes King and restores the Pride Lands after Scar, who tries to save his own skin by blaming his minions for everything he orchestrated himself, has the hyenas turn against and kill him.
There is a slight condemnation towards anarchy in the film as well: during the song "Be Prepared", the hyena Shenzi, upon learning that Scar is planning to kill Mufasa and Simba, entertains the possibility of a kingless society before Scar sternly tells the laughing hyenas that he intends to be the king. Finally, the film condemns hedonism, as the misfit meerkat and warthog comic reliefs Timon and Pumbaa, while depicted as genuinely heroic at times, engage in a philosophy of "Hakuna Matata" ("No Worries" in Swahili), which is shown overall to be negative.
In addition, the film proved to be a massive runaway hit despite having a completely new production team working on it due to then-Disney Chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg believing it to end up a flop due to it featuring "talking animals" while he thought the Worst Liberal Movie Pocahontas, which he helmed with the usual production team, would be the financial hit and Oscar winner (in reality, Pocahontas got mixed reviews and did fairly badly at the box office).
The movie spawned two direct-to-video sequels and two TV series, as well as a Broadway musical that retained much of the same themes as the movie. A photorealistic remake was released in July 2019, directed by Jon Favreau due to his success with the 2016 remake of The Jungle Book.
|The Little Mermaid||1989||G||An adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's fairy tale of the same name, it was about a mermaid strives to become a traditional female human, following the patriarchal system of society. It also promotes the concept of assimilation, as the mermaid: Ariel when becoming human intended to adopt the culture of the humans upon doing so. The film centers around conservative Christian values and contains an anti-feminism theme. Ariel is shown to be the antithesis of a modern feminist. The villain Ursula is shown in a devilish and beastly way (appearing as half-woman, half-octopus), and her claims about men not wanting women who talk and care only for a woman's body language (a common claim by feminists against males) is made clear to be lies. On a similar note, it also has an implicit anti-homosexuality theme, as Ursula's overall design was derived largely from the infamous drag queen Divine. In addition, it also contains a pro-traditional marriage theme and is the last Disney animated feature film to actually treat traditional marriage in a positive light for a good while.
Despite being set under the sea, it also features an anti-Environmentalism and anti-racism message, as the characters (namely King Triton) who pushed anti-human sentiments turned out to be wrong in their negative views on humans. Although often ignored by liberal reviewers complaints about the movie (some of whom also adhered to the feminist ideology and thus falsely implied that Ariel solely wanted to become human because of Eric, which led directly to promoting the feminist agenda in Beauty and the Beast.), it was also pro-family, as during her deal with Ursula, Ariel was explicitly hesitant to undergo the deal citing that, regardless of which way the deal goes, she won't see her father and sisters again. King Triton, after destroying Ariel's grotto in a fit of anger, is clearly shown afterward to be immensely remorseful of his actions after it became apparent that Ariel fled from him as a result, and later tries to save Ariel after learning about Ursula's role in her disappearance and even opts to sacrifice himself to ensure Ariel's (and, implied via dialogue regarding Ursula shortly afterward, her sisters') safety, and Ariel upon witnessing Triton being cursed by Ursula, immediately attempts to avenge him by attacking Ursula.
It also shows a perfect allegory towards liberalism's deceit and cheating to ensure success and its unwillingness to keep its word, as well as the promotion of character integrity and doing things fair and square, as when Ariel seemed to have failed at gaining Eric's love, she makes absolutely no attempt at stopping the marriage until after learning that his "bride", Vanessa (in reality, Ursula in disguise), had in fact brainwashed Prince Eric and that he didn't choose to marry her, with it being implied that Ursula violated her end of the deal when she did that action, and even when she does in fact fail, Ariel makes absolutely no effort to resist Ursula's dragging her away. Likewise, Ursula, besides her blatant interference with the deal by disguising herself as Vanessa and brainwashing Eric, also arranged to have Flotsam and Jetsam overturn Eric and Ariel's boat specifically to ensure that Eric and Ariel couldn't kiss when it looked like Ariel could in fact win her end of the deal fair and square, and after she curses Triton and Ariel attempts to attack Ursula in retaliation, Ursula heavily implies before Eric saved Ariel that she's going to kill the latter despite having promised to not harm Ariel.
The movie's box office success also led directly to a rejuvenation in Disney's animated features called the Disney Renaissance, and the film also had a prequel TV series carrying much of the same themes airing on CBS and later on the Disney Channel from 1992 to 1994, as well as two comic book series by Disney Comics and Marvel that carried many of the same themes, and a sequel and prequel film that, although overall promoting many of the same themes, had questionable production quality. A live-action remake is currently in production.
|Make Mine Freedom||1948||A short cartoon, which shows how Capitalism works and how Communism steals freedom.||Unknown|
|Meet the Robinsons||2007||G||A child does not seem to fit into society, his main hobby is inventing. He travels to the future to see meet his family, and he realizes persistence pays off in the end and he discovers that his inventions ultimately do change society, and his own life, for the better. The movie shows a message about the value of life, family, and considers the contributions and possibilities lost by every child that is aborted.||$169,333,034|
|Our Friend, Martin||1999||N/A||In this educationally entertaining work of genius, two interracial best friends travel through time and meet the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at several points in the Civil Rights activist's life. Dr. King's second son, Dexter Scott King, voices the animated version of his father at age 34.||N/A|
|Persepolis||2007||PG-13||A French film based on Marjane Satrapi's graphic novel of the same name. The film depicts life in Iran after the 1979 revolution, eschewing political correctness and depicting the oppression and restrictions brought on by Islamic Sharia Law in the country.|
|Pinocchio||1940||G||Kindhearted craftsman Geppetto wishes for his own son, so a blue fairy (resembling the Blessed Virgin Mary) grants his wish and brings one of his wooden puppets to life, promising that she will make him a real boy if he proves himself brave, truthful, and unselfish. As he tries to fit in with humans, the wooden boy is soon tricked and kidnapped by the evil puppet master Stromboli. Over the course of his journey of self-discovery, Pinocchio's morals, which his creator gave him, are tested, and he must escape being manipulated by the bad boys of the cursed Pleasure Island who have Hollywood values and, because of their actions, are turned into donkeys (which, coincidentally, is the mascot for the Democratic party). Finally, he altruistically saves Geppetto from being trapped inside a whale and proves himself worthy to become a real boy.||$84,254,167|
|Pokémon: The First Movie: Mewtwo Strikes Back||1998 (Japan)
|G||The movie showcases the consequences with the concept of playing God where the main antagonist Mewtwo, a clone, was shown to be disturbed at the revelation that he may have only been created to be the purposes of being a tool (with the message being more pronounced in the Japanese version due to religious censorship during dubbing). It also promotes the idea of self-worth and how the circumstances of one's birth don't matter so much as they try to push good, with Mewtwo ultimately being reformed upon learning this message. It also has an anti-cloning message, due to Mewtwo's aforementioned disturbance at his origins. A CGI remake of the film, Mewtwo Strikes Back: Evolution, was released in 2019, nearly two decades after its release in America.||$163.6 million|
|Pokémon: The Movie 2000: The Power of One||1999 (Japan)
|G||As implied by the title, it promotes the concept of individualism, at least in the English Dub. In addition, the character of Misty proceeds to risk her life to save Ash when he was nearly killed nearing the climax (with the Japanese version making a bit more blatant on the motivation by stating to Melody that "[Ash] is [her] burden."). The ending theme was famously quoted by Herman Cain during the 2012 Presidential Primaries.||$133.9 million|
|Pokémon 3: Mystery of the Unknown Tower||2000 (Japan)
|G||Has a pro-family message, as the main antagonist's motives were to regain her family due to her father disappearing during his research for the Unown and her mother being implied to have been hospitalized, with her motives being treated sympathetically and tragically in the storyline, and Ash spends his time trying to find and rescue his mom, Delia Ketchum, after she ended up abducted by Entei. The Entei also proceeds to sacrifice himself late in the movie to stop the Unown from wreaking further havoc.||$68.4 million|
|Pokémon 4Ever - Celebi: Voice of the Forest||2001 (Japan)
|G||Has some implicit pro-Christian messages due to Celebi ending up being raised from the dead after barely rejecting the Dark Ball's influence on it.||$28 million|
|Pokémon: Jirachi: Wish Maker||2003 (Japan)
|G||Has a message against meddling with nature in the name of environmentalism due to the main villain Butler, a former member of the ecoterrorist group Team Magma, trying to revive a Groudon to expand the landscape. It ultimately causes problems in the climax, where they end up with an incarnation of pure evil using Groudon's visage.||N/A (America; Direct-to-Video)|
|Pokémon: Lucario and the Mystery of Mew||2005 (Japan)
|G||Some implicit Christian themes were present via Lucario as well as his former master, who sealed the former away specifically so he could sacrifice himself to stop the Tree of Life from destroying the world.||N/A (America; Direct-to-Video)|
|The Prince of Egypt||1998||PG||An animated telling of the life of Moses.||$101,217,900|
|Reason and Emotion||1943||A Disney cartoon that explains the happenings of people doing things based on reason and emotion (personified as a professor and a caveman respectively). The cartoon even explains of how Adolf Hitler had destroyed reason and logic by appealing to emotion (like fear, hate, pride, and sympathy) in the Germans' minds. At the end of the cartoon, Reason and Emotion come to an agreement to balance things out: Reason's job is to think, plan, and discriminate, while Emotion's job is to be a fine, strong emotion that loves his country, freedom, and life. On a related note, the reference to Hitler and his being condemned for destroying reason and logic also acts as more evidence that in spite of various leftist claims post-mortem, Walt Disney was never a Nazi supporter.|
|Robots||2005||PG||A movie based on the children's book of the same name by William Joyce, the film has a promotion of family values, as the very beginning of the film features the main character's father celebrating that he is to become a father, and doing everything he can to bring his son into the world alongside his wife, and his family was encouraging of their son to be the best he can be. It also promotes the concept of the American Dream as well as capitalism, as the main protagonist dreams of becoming an inventor like Bigweld (who is depicted in a similar manner to Walt Disney) and also left to try and get his family to have a greater opportunity. It also manages to condemn corporate corruption without advocating for more government control or demonizing Capitalism, as while the new management of Bigweld industries was shown to be extensively corrupt and cynical, Bigweld himself, as well as the company that it originally stood for, was painted in a very positive light.||$260.7 million|
|The Secret of NIMH||1982||G||This family-friendly film includes Mrs Brisby, who is a widowed mouse. She lives on a farm owned by a man named Fitzgibbons. She and her 4 children, Martin, Theresa, Cynthia and Timmy live in a cinderblock in one of Fitzgibbons' fields. Every year, before Fitzgibbons plows the field to plant his crops, the family moves to their summer home to avoid the tractor. Nearby is another mouse, Dr Ages, who is the family doctor. Brisby visits Ages to get a remedy for Timmy, who has come down with pneumonia, potentially delaying the summer move. Fitzgibbons decides one day to begin plowing the field early. Brisby desperately tries to disable the farmer's tractor and freezes while climbing up the mechanism. Auntie Shrew intervenes and pulls out the tractor's gas line, halting the machine. While Mrs Brisby sobs over her predicament, Auntie tells her to be braver for her family's sake and suggests she visit the Great Owl, the wisest creature in the forest. Brisby is hesitant, since owls eat mice, but she goes. With the help of a new found friend, Jeremy, a crow hoping to meet Miss Right, and whom Mrs Brisby untangled from a pile of string he was trapped in, she meets with the fearsome owl, who merely tells her that she must move her family. Mrs Brisby explains the complication with her son Timmy and the owl tells her he has no solution. As he leaves, he learns her last name and becomes more helpful because her husband, Jonathan, was well known and respected throughout the woods. The Owl tells Mrs Brisby to go to the colony of rats that live in the farmer's rose bush and ask them for help. He specifically tells her to have the rats move her house to "the lee of the stone", the protected side of a large rock in the field that Fitzgibbons avoids when plowing. Mrs Brisby sneaks into the rose bush and finds that the rats have built a very modern colony that makes use of electricity that they pilfer from Fitzgibbons. She also meets Dr Ages there, whom at first tells her the rose bush is off-limits but is astonished that she had met with the Great Owl and lived. They are discovered by the rats' captain of the guard, Justin, who takes them to the rats' Senate room. As they enter, a charismatic rat, Jenner, is railing to the council about the plan of the rats' leader, Nicodemus, who wants to abandon the rose bush and move to a location called Thorn Valley where they'll found a new colony based on their own labors, rather than stealing supplies from the farmer. Jenner is opposed to the idea and even suggest that they wage war against any humans who attempt to drive them out. Justin and Ages make Mrs Brisby's case to the council, who agree to the request because she is Jonathan Brisby's wife. In a sinister private meeting with his associate, Sullivan, Jenner plots to have Nicodemus killed during the operation and make it look accidental. Justin takes Mrs Brisby to meet with Nicodemus. A very old, kind and wise leader, he tells Mrs Brisby the rats' history: they were all lab animals imprisoned in NIMH, the National Institutes of Mental Health. Injected with experimental compounds, the rats developed intelligent brains and were able to escape their cages, along with several mice including Jonathan and Mr Ages. During their escape, all but two of the mice, Johnathan and Mr Ages, were sucked into the ventilation system by strong air gusts. When the party were trapped by a vent grating, Jonathan was small enough to crawl through and open the grate. The rats subsequently owed Jonathan their lives and he continued to work with them while they built their colony. Some months prior to Mrs Brisby's visit to the rose bush, Jonathan had been killed by Fitzgibbons' ornery and fearsome cat, Dragon, whom the rats had been trying to drug. Nicodemus gives Brisby a large red amulet and tells her that it has great supernatural powers when someone shows true courage of the heart. Nicodemus says that the rats will be happy to repay their life debt to Jonathan's family and will move her home. For the operation to succeed, Dragon will have to be drugged. Mrs Brisby, feeling she should participate, volunteers to spike Dragon's feeding dish. The only way into Fitzgibbons' kitchen is through a small hole under a sideboard, a hole too small for any rat. The plan goes well until Mrs Brisby runs back and is trapped by Fitzgibbons' son. Justin leaves her, having to supervise the operation, promising to come back for her. While she's trapped in a bird cage, Brisby overhears Fitzgibbons on the phone with NIMH, who want to come to his farm and capture the rats. Brisby realizes the situation is now more desperate and escapes the bird cage by knocking out its small water cup. At the site of the Brisby home, the rats have constructed an elaborate system of ropes and blocks and tackles to lift the cinderblock. While the block is being swung towards the stone, Jenner cuts the anchoring lines with his sword and the block falls, narrowly missing Nicodemus, however, the heavy gears and rope fall on him, killing him. Jenner declares the operation a failure and suggests they leave when Mrs Brisby arrives. Justin tells her that her family is alive but Nicodemus is dead. She suddenly remembers her urgent news that NIMH will be at the farm tomorrow and tells the rats they must leave tonight. Jenner refuses to believe her and tells the rats that he will take over leadership of the colony. When Mrs Brisby insists she's telling the truth, Jenner strikes her and notices that she's wearing the amulet. Attempting to seize it from her, Justin intervenes and fights with Jenner until he wounds him. Jenner admits that he'd caused the accident that killed Nicodemus, saying that the plan to move the colony would fail. As he moves in to kill Justin, Sullivan kills Jenner with a thrown dagger and succumbs to his own wound, inflicted by Jenner himself when he'd given his own sword to Justin during the fight. Moments later, Mrs Brisby sees that her house has begun to sink into the mud, taking her children with it. A futile attempt to rig a new roping system fails and Brisby herself vainly pulls at the remaining ropes as the house sinks under the surface. Justin rescues her, holding her back. As she looks on in horror, the amulet suddenly bursts from the mud, brightly glowing, and places itself around her neck. Using the power that Nicodemus spoke of, she raises the house from the mud and moves it to the lee side of the stone. Brisby's children are safe and she faints from exhaustion. The next morning, with Timmy on the mend from his pneumonia and the now-abandoned rose bush being inspected by NIMH, Jeremy arrives with mounds of string that he'd been collecting to build a love nest and finds the Brisby home already moved and even camouflaged by the natural vegetation. He asks Brisby for the amulet, however, she'd given it to Justin before they'd left the rose bush. While he laments that he wasn't able to help move the house, a female crow suddenly flies into him. The two become immediately infatuated. While Brisby's daughter wraps her mother's hands which were burned by the amulet, Auntie Shrew arrives for a visit, bringing groans from Martin as Jeremy and his new love fly off. This movie's interesting plot, and its complicated themes that are apparent are both entertaining for adults and kids alike. Although there are some references to violent themes, it does not paint them in good lighting and shows the harsh consequences. Because of their wide audience appeal, this movie was wildly successfully in movie theaters. The Secret of NIMH is considered to be one the best children's movies of the 20th century.||$14.7 million|
|Sleeping Beauty||1959||G||Paints evil in a very serious light in the form of Maleficent, and also showcases loyalty to family and duty in a positive light, as despite Aurora wanting to meet with the man she met in the woods, she ultimately honored her stepfamily in being returned to her birth family. Is also inherently anti-feminist in its messaging and for traditional marriage. It is also pro-family, as King Stefan and Queen Leah ultimately gave up their baby to protect her from the main villain, and the narration explicitly stated that the royal family and the kingdom awaited the day of her 16th birthday to allow her back into their family when the curse seemed to be averted. Unfortunately, it ended up being ruined in 2014 with a revisionist retelling starring the main villain and pushed the exact opposite messages in that film.||$51.6 million|
|Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs||1937||G||The Disney animated classic that started it all. Walt Disney and his staff of talented filmmakers, animators, and musicians overcame many challenges to create one of the greatest cinematic masterpieces of all time: a masterpiece of solid family entertainment and a perfect film recommendation for everyone around the world. It is one of the few Disney films to date to feature an openly Christian princess: Snow White. In addition, as evidenced by the Evil Queen's overall character, it paints parental abuse, including attempted infanticide, in a very negative light.||$418,200,000|
|Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse||2018||PG||Based on the Marvel Comics superhero Spider-Man,||$190,241,310|
|The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie||2004||PG||Exposes the evils of lying, stealing, and cheating for your personal gain and at the expense of others. SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star show great courage and dedication in order to retrieve King Neptune's crown and bring it back in order to save Mr. Krabs. They also save everyone else in Bikini Bottom who is put under a trance by Plankton. There are even some brief anti-feminist and anti-environmentalist messages. It is based on a TV show where episodes can have either a conservative agenda, liberal agenda, or even be politically neutral. However, this film is very good and conservative!||$85,417,988|
|Spookley the Square Pumpkin||2005||G||In this kid-friendly direct-to-video Halloween movie, a square pumpkin named Spookley overcomes hardships as round pumpkins are teasing him for the way he looks. A scarecrow, two bats, and three spiders stick up for him and are good role models just like Spookley himself. In the end, Spookley saves everyone and the round pumpkins confess. Not only does it have an anti-racist message but also anti-environmentalist as a bat named Boris refuses to give up eating insects in a comical and well-done fashion. A female bat named Bella can also be seen as the antithesis of a modern feminist.||N/A|
|The Star||2017||PG||This animated story of the The Nativity is told from the perspective of anthropomorphic animals. The main protagonist - a donkey named Bo (Boaz for short) - aspires to be a part of the royal caravan crossing through Israel, but he finds a greater purpose: to help carry Mary to Bethlehem. Friendship is also portrayed well, as Bo's best friend - a white dove named Dave - stays by his side; even when he can easily escape from danger like flying away, Dave never leaves Bo to face danger alone. Bo even rescues King Herod's two dogs from a cliff, which results in the two dogs changing from bad to good and vowing to do good, thus showing that villains in movies can choose to leave their evil ways behind.||$40,852,824|
|Tangled||2010||PG||In its own strange way, Tangled stands as a perfect allegory for the Gospel of Christ. Teenage heroine Rapunzel represents humanity, who has grown comfortable in her prison but can’t ignore the light that shines in the darkness. The devil is signified by Mother Gothel, who tries to convince Rapunzel to forget the outside world and stay locked away in her tower. Lastly, God can be found in Rapunzel's real parents, who without fail, continue to shine their light in the hopes of bringing their lost child back home. A TV series sequel to this movie, Tangled: The Series, debuted in 2017.||$591,794,936|
|Teen Titans Go! to the Movies||2018||PG||Although it's goofy just like the 2013 onward cartoon spinoff of the 2003-2006 Teen Titans, it takes a jab at Hollywood values as Robin ends up realizing that he doesn't need a movie in order to be a real superhero. It also promotes friendship values as Cyborg, Raven, Starfire, and Beast Boy stay loyal to him, even after he ditches them and they come back for him once he starts to realize he's been tricked by a movie producer, who turns out to be the film's main villain named Slade.||$11,600,615|
|Too Weak to Work||1943||N/A||This animated short entry in the Popeye the Sailor film series illustrates the folly of the sin of sloth as Popeye catches Bluto faking illness in order to shirk his sailor's duties and laze around.||Unknown|
|Toy Story tetralogy||1995, 1999, 2010, 2019||G||Altogether, the four films celebrate friendship and family unity, even if it focuses more on a figurative family with the boy Andy as a father-figure to his toys, who come alive in humans' absence and praise Andy for loving and playing with them as though they were his children.
In the first installment, the world's first computer-animated theatrical feature, pull-string cowboy doll Sheriff Woody grows jealous when science fiction hero action figure Buzz Lightyear, who initially believes he is a real space hero, becomes young Andy's favorite toy among the toy community. Woody's efforts to make himself Andy's favorite toy again cause both him and Buzz to be separated from their owner, but teamwork allows them to find their way back to Andy just before he and his family move to a new house. The film's overall development was especially notable due to then-Disney Animation chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg initially ordering for Toy Story to be made significantly more liberal in its values by being more "adult, cynical, [and] edgy". This included depicting Woody and the other toys in a significantly more mean-spirited light, with Woody going so far as to actually attempt to murder Buzz with no remorse whatsoever (instead of accidentally knocking Buzz out of the window, as he does in the final film). This caused Toy Story to be almost canceled and Pixar itself to be nearly shut down until the company was given a second chance.
In Toy Story 2, while Andy is away at summer camp, Woody is stolen by a greedy toy collector and is tempted by the idea of being immortalized in a museum, only to be rescued by his friends and reminded of a toy's true purpose: for a child to play with it. Once again, the film positively portrays teamwork and family unity using a metaphor of unity between toys and their owners.
Toy Story 3 sees a nearly-grown Andy ready to leave for college and leave most of his toys except Woody in a garbage bag to be stored in his attic, but his mother mistakes it for a bag of real trash. Woody follows the toys as they make their way to a dreadful daycare center, unable to convince them of the misunderstanding. Nihilism and totalitarianism are portrayed in a strongly negative light in the form of Lotso the jealous teddy bear, who denounces all toys as being "destined for the scrapheap" and acts as a brutal dictator over the daycare toys.
Toy Story 4, the final movie in the series, shows Woody taking on a guardian role for Bonnie's newly-made toy, Forky. When Forky gets lost, Woody finds him and tries to take him back home, but they end up at a carnival. There, Woody reunites with his lost love Bo Beep (who had been absent from the third movie and had run away) and has to make a choice: stay with Bo Peep at the carnival, or stick with his friends and Bonnie. Like with the other three films, this film shows family, friendship, and teamwork in a positive light.
|Up||2009||PG||This tear-jerking, pro-family Pixar animation stars Carl Fredricksen, an elderly widower balloon salesman who is about to be forced off his land but refuses to sell his house (likely promoting individualism triumphing over a liberal collectivist government). Carl ties thousands of balloons to his house and sets off on the South American vacation that he promised his wife Ellie while she was still alive, showing the inherent sacredness of marriage and how it should be continuously honored even after a spouse dies. In the end, he adopts young Russell, a fatherless Wilderness Explorer (a spoof of the Boy Scouts) who joins him on his adventure, as his surrogate grandson, which celebrates family unity. The film takes a light jab at divorce, too, as it is implied that Russell's parents no longer live together, leaving the boy heartbroken until Carl adopts him. Lastly, an overarching theme of the film states that a person is never too old or too young to follow his or her dreams.||$735.1 million|
|Wreck-It Ralph||2012||PG||Ralph, a villain from a retro, 1980s-esque video game who wants to escape after being typecast for about 30 years as the poor and medal-less guy, is encouraged to use his equal opportunities to do better and pursue his own successes. This is the basis of the American Dream: the goal of overcoming one's present, lowly circumstances to achieve a state of greatness. Trying to achieving this goal by theft is shown as the wrong way to do so. In addition, the main antagonist is a competition-hating villain who has deceitfully hidden his true identity and origin, who has pushed liberal values in the video game where he rules and established what looks like a fixed economy because only he can win. The film also pushes anti-illegal immigrant messages as well, with the main villain and minor villains trying to take over other worlds.||$189,422,889|
|Zootopia||2016||PG||This Disney film set in a city inhabited by anthropomorphic mammals explores the relationship between ambitious young rabbit police officer Judy Hopps and sneaky con artist fox Nick Wilde as they investigate the disappearance of some of the city's predator residents. It promotes the American Dream, individuality, racial equality, and subtle Christian values such as forgiveness and reconciliation, as well as responsible capitalism. Despite having a brief appearance by a homosexual couple, they're only very, very minor characters, and the movie largely downplays their sinful beliefs about their sexuality. It won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature of 2016.||$341,264,012|
|2016: Obama's America||2012||PG||Conservative author Dinesh D'Souza explores the disturbing origins of Barack Hussein Obama, including his inherited philosophy with his drunken father and his inspiration from Communists Frank Marshall Davis and Bill Ayers. It performed very well in the box office, becoming the second most successful political documentary ever.||$33,349,941|
|America: Imagine the World Without Her||2014||PG-13||Conservative author Dinesh D'Souza shows that left-wing criticisms and versions of United States history are wrong and inaccurate. This staunchly patriotic film dispels Liberal Fables about the country and showing that the leftist agenda will destroy America. While not as successful in the box office as Obama's America, it performed very well in theaters.||$14,444,502|
|An Inconsistent Truth||2012||PG||This documentary was made in response to Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth, revealing that global warming is a hoax and how Al Gore himself was hypocritical about his insistence at reducing the world's carbon footprint.|
|An Open Secret||2014||PG-13||Whistleblower film that exposes pedophilia in Hollywood|
|Blocking the Path to 9/11||2008||NR||As indicated by the title, this film by Citizens United unmasks the Democrats' attempt at preventing the airing of the documentary The Path to 9/11, as well as their role in cutting a vital scene revealing that Bill Clinton had partially been responsible for 9/11 due to failing to give the order to kill Osama bin Ladin when they had the chance. Also takes down the various liberal critiques that occurred. Aside from the obvious condemnations against Clinton and his followers, it also has a brief criticism of Obama for repeating several falsehoods about how they stopped the terrorists responsible for the 1993 World Trade Center attack (in particular, claiming they just arrested the terrorists and treated them to a court of law like any other criminal).||N/A|
|The Clinton Chronicles: An Investigation into the Alleged Criminal Activities of Bill Clinton||1994||NR||This documentary examines various crimes conducted by then-president Bill Clinton, in particular, those that occurred during his time as Governor of Arkansas, including the Mena operation, being a draft dodger who deliberately misled his commanding officer, Whitewater, Arkancide, and his sexual proclivities including at least one instance of rape. It condemns the media for hiding these facts and is widely considered the turning point for the 1994 Republican Revolution.||N/A|
|Death of a Nation: Can We Save America a Second Time?||2018||PG-13||Dinesh D'Souza exposes the truth about the fascism of Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, as well as their direct connection to the Democrat Party. It also makes clear the racism that motivated the latter had direct roots to the Progressive movement of the United States and by extension, the Democrat Party, and that the conventional wisdom of Fascism was of the right-wing of politics was one of the left's biggest lies and that fascism if anything was of the left. On a similar note, it also makes clear the connection between Mussolini's fascism and Marxism, and also indicates that the issue of slavery was another form of socialism. Also makes clear that the white supremacist founder of the alt-Right Richard Spencer and the Charlottesville Rally organizer Jason Kessler had in fact been left-wingers posing as right-wingers. Similarly it also makes clear that Antifa and George Soros, despite claiming they were "anti-Fascist", were in fact fascists (also exposing the latter's role in the confiscation of objects held by his neighbors by the Nazis). As implied by the title, it also compares the turbulent times that was orchestrated by the left after Donald Trump was elected to the events of the Civil War under Lincoln. It also has a positive depiction of the White Rose Rebellion.|
|Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed||2008||PG||Conservative commentator, comedian, economist, and author Ben Stein investigates the persecution of scientists and others who challenge Social Darwinism and unravels evolutionists' scientific and education system deceit. Liberals scorned it for presenting this issue as political rather than scientific while ignoring the reality that Darwinists do, in fact, use their theories as a weapon against people's freedom of religion. Liberal biased critics hated this movie and panned it, but audiences raved about it.||$7,690,545|
|Fahrenhype 9/11||2004||This video response by Alan Peterson debunks everything from Michael Moore's schlockumentary Fahrenheit 9/11.|
|The Great Global Warming Swindle||2007||UR||As implied by the title, it unmasks one of the greatest frauds in the history of science.||NA - TV|
|The Hidden Rebellion||2016||This historical documentary highlights the French Revolution's destruction of the Rebellion at Vendée (which is shown positively) as well as the specific connections between the French Revolution and various Communist Revolutions.|
|Hillary: The Movie||2008||UR||This Citizens United film unveils Hillary Clinton's dark side and was the impetus of the lawsuit which overturned the McCain-Feingold legislation by the U.S. Supreme Court in Citizens United v. FEC.||NA - TV|
|Hillary's America: The Secret History of the Democratic Party||2016||PG-13||Dinesh D'Souza analyzes Hillary Clinton's dark side and, as indicated by the title, the dark history of the Democrat Party. Donald Trump urged his supporters to see this documentary, and it is believed to have helped him win the 2016 presidential election. Like all of D'Souza's documentaries, this movie was absolutely despised by liberal-biased critics. In fact, the mainstream media hated this documentary so much that it became the worst-reviewed film on 3 different review aggregator websites. That is how crazy liberals go when their arguments are countered with facts, logic, and truth. The craziest part of all is how this documentary won 5 Golden Raspberry Awards because the leftists in Hollywood wanted revenge for Trump winning the election. D'Souza said he was honoured to be receiving so much hate because it is proof that he got his point across.||$13,099,931|
|How Should We Then Live||1976||UR||By the theologically conservative Christian theologian Francis Schaeffer, this Christian film traces Western history from Ancient Rome until 1976, studying philosophic, scientific, and religious movements reflecting changing patterns.||NA - TV|
|I Want Your Money||2010||PG||It supports the triumph of Reagan-economics over Obamanomics.||$433,588|
|Indoctrinate U||2007||UR||Political correctness, plus racial and ethnic politics, in the academic setting are examined.||Unknown|
|Inside North Korea||2006||NR||Although made by liberal Lisa Ling and aired on the liberal National Geographic channel, the documentary nonetheless shows the truly horrific nature of North Korea and its communist leaders and showcases the high risks that anyone in North Korea is willing to take to escape via the DMZ at the border.||N/A (Made for TV movie)|
|Is Genesis History?||2016||NR||This documentary showcases how the Young Earth view of creation is more feasible than the Old Earth view, proving that Evolutionism is unfeasible with reasoned arguments. The narrator, Del Tackett, interviews thirteen creation scientists, each with a Ph. D., who provide very strong evidence for a young Earth in affirmation of the Biblical creation account. It was originally released in theaters for one day but became so successful that it was shown two for more nights.|
|Kids Aren't Cars||2011||UR||It shows how teachers' unions are destroying America's public schools.||Unknown|
|Maafa21||2009||UR||This film explores the inception of Planned Parenthood as an organization created to exterminate African-Americans. It exposes the words of its racist founder Margaret Sanger and their impact on black genocide more than a century later.||NA - DVD|
|MARGARET THATCHER - Death of a Revolutionary||2013||This documentary shows how British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's economic liberalism helped Britain turn from the figurative sick man of Europe and the only socialist country outside of the Iron Curtain to one of Europe's best economies. Furthermore, it reveals that, contrary to popular belief (which is mostly likely lies spread by socialists, liberals, and impostors posing as conservatives), the working classes actually liked her more than the upper classes.||N/A|
|Michael Moore Hates America||2004||R||As the title implies, this satirical documentary criticizes Michael Moore's hatred towards all things American. Directed by a libertarian.||N/A|
|Monumental: In Search of America's National Treasure||2012||N/A||Hollywood conservative Kirk Cameron talks about the evils of dictators and their roles in U.S. history.||$500,000|
|The Obama Deception: The Mask Comes Off||2009||Paleoconservative Alex Jones tells the truth about Obama.|
|Occupy Unmasked||2012||Not rated||The Occupy Wall Street movement's dark origins are revealed.|
|Sand and Sorrow||2007||Although it's produced by liberal elitist George Clooney, the film does bring awareness to the genocide in Darfur, Sudan.|
|The Soviet Story||2008||The crimes of Communism and the Soviet Union are explored.||Unknown|
|The Thin Blue Line||1988||Exposed abuse of power and disregard for truth which resulted in an innocent man being on death row, because the real killer had been under the (liberal) minimum age for the death penalty; to the credit of law enforcement, the innocent man was freed after the movie was released.|
|They Shall Not Grow Old||2018||Highlights the bravery and sacrifice of WWI veterans|
|Waiting for Superman||2010||PG||It highlights the failures of the U.S. public school system.||$6,410,257|
|A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing||2016||TV-PG||Documents the history of Marxist community organizer Saul Alinsky and the negative impacts his philosophies and political actions have had on society.||N/A - made for TV|
Debatable Whether Conservative
|12 Strong: The Declassified True Story of the Horse Soldiers||2018||R||Based on the real life declassified mission of the Horse Men that were deployed to Afghanistan after the September 11 terror attacks. On the one hand, the film is pro-America and depicts the Taliban and Al Qaida in a very negative light. But on the other, one of the stars of the film, Michael Shannon, was extremely anti-American, and a couple of the members of the unit had their ethnicities changed in what seemed to be an attempt at forced diversity.|
|The 40-Year-Old Virgin||2005||R||A bawdy sex comedy about a man who is ridiculed by his peers for his indifference to sex as an adult. His friends, feeling that he isn't "normal", try to encourage him to lose his virginity, starting with pornography, sex toys, and even prostitution. However, their personal attitudes towards women ruin their own relationships, and the man remains steadfast in his abstinence. Later, he meets a woman who connects with him, but is no longer a virgin, as she has a teenage daughter. At one point, her daughter confesses only to him that she is also a virgin and encourages him not to feel bad about it. However, her mother, who has been on multiple dates with him, is still unaware of his virginity. After their proposed deadline by which the two agreed to eventually have sex, he tells her of his virginity and stays reluctant about giving in. There is some drama and confusion between them, but she eventually comes to accept him and the two are happily married at the end before having sex.||$177.4 million|
|21 Jump Street||2011||R||Two police officers try to take down a drug ring in high school where the villains are environmentalists and drug dealers. But contains many sexual references, full profanity, and many religious insults. A parodic comedy remake of the 1987–91 Fox Network police drama of the same name.||$201,585,328|
|Accepted||2006||PG-13||It criticizes the Department of Education (or colleges and universities in general) and our protagonist lives the America dream by starting his own college, but then the juvenile humor, gross-out humor and drug abuse steps in.||$36,323,505|
|Aeon Flux||2005||PG-13||Anti-cloning film, but also pro-feminism as well.||$25,874,337|
|Air Force One||1997||R||On the one hand, the strong and courageous U.S. President James Marshall (Harrison Ford), a military veteran, takes an uncompromising stance against Russian terrorists who hijack his airplane. The major themes include family, authority, respect for the military, and sacrifice for the greater good. On the other hand, however, the script-writer for the film has admitted that he made the film largely to promote then-president Bill Clinton. In addition, Bill Clinton also had a direct role in the casting of at least one of the characters, as Glenn Close had reluctantly played the role of the movie's Vice President at the latter's request.||$172,956,409|
|Aladdin||1992||G||Based on the classic Arabian folk tale Aladdin and the Magic Lamp, a poor but charitable thief is sent by Jafar, a sinister vizier to a sultan, to search for a mysterious oil lamp rumored to contain unbelievably powerful magic. Upon finding this, he accidentally releases the comical genie inside, who grants his wish to become a prince so he can legally court Jasmine, the sultan's daughter. On the one hand, the film is set within what is implied to be a Muslim state, and Aladdin does resort to lying to try and marry Jasmine. A slight feminist bent is present because Jasmine refuses to marry, ignoring the law requiring it (although not nearly to the same extent as with Belle and Beauty and the Beast.). In addition, some lyrics to the opening song were notably cut due to fears of offending the Muslim populace, implying the film is politically correct in nature. The Sultan is shown to be a massive bumbler and overgrown child, which may hint at an anti-parenthood agenda. But on the other hand, the film does ultimately push character integrity because Aladdin ultimately decides against lying and tells Jasmine the truth about himself. Disregarding the film's politically correct treatment of Islam, it ultimately showcases some more negative elements of Islamic culture via a vendor nearly chopping Jasmine's hand off when she "steals" some food to feed a starving child, as well as depicting Prince Achmed in a very negative light via his cruelty to Aladdin and children attempting to stop him. The prince is implied to be a poor example of a husband, so it is subtly implied that Jasmine refused to marry because all the princes she encountered had in fact been as bad as Achmed. She then falls for Aladdin because he saves her life and shows kindness to her. In addition, it is made clear that while Aladdin does steal and initially had an infamous reputation for his thefts, it's solely in order to survive on the streets, with it being heavily implied that he was an orphan, and he also selflessly gives his stolen food to starving children after initially planning to eat it. There is a lesser condemnation against the occult as the only explicit magic-user besides Aladdin's Genie is Jafar, the main villain who dreams of becoming the world's most powerful dark sorcerer.||$504.1 million|
|Antz||1998||PG||It's produced by Jeffrey Katzenberg (and was rather notorious for being plagiarized from the then-in-development Pixar film A Bug's Life), downplays the military, and possesses an implicit promotion of Communism via the main character, but also has an Anti-Eugenics message too.||$90,757,863|
|Army of Darkness||1993||R||Despite its unrealistic depictions of demons, it's a pretty gun-centric pro-Second Amendment film.||$11,502,976|
|Atlantis: The Lost Empire||2001||PG||Released during the Michael Eisner era of Disney. On the one hand, the main villain is a military commander who would endanger the lost city of Atlantis just to be rich, and it is implied that he would commit treason by selling the power source to the Kaiser during World War I for the same motivation. The theft of the crystal to become rich could be seen as a condemnation of capitalism. That being said, however, capitalism has also been promoted in a more positive light in the form of Preston B. Whitmore, an eccentric but ultimately good-hearted billionaire who funded the expedition in the first place, and in addition, most of the principal cast was shown to have dreams of getting a better lot in society, with it being heavily implied in the ending that they ultimately succeeded in achieving those dreams after selflessly trying to save Atlantis, which acts as an implicit promotion of both capitalism and the American Dream.||$84,056,472|
|Austin Powers franchise||1997, 1999, 2002||PG-13||A series of films that parodied spy films such as the James Bond franchise. On the one hand, liberal values are promoted such as Austin Power's promiscuous swinger nature being promoted as a positive, as well as usage of scatological humor throughout. In addition, one of the villains, Frau Farbissina, is mentioned to have been a founder of the militant faction of the Christian organization The Salvation Army. The first film also downplays the Cold War and the death of Communism by mentioning that the 1980s were among the "unimportant decades" in Austin Power's crash course. On the other hand, it does promote some chivalrous aspects, as Austin in the first film made it very clear to Vanessa Kinsington, the daughter of his former partner that not even he was willing to have sex with a woman who had too much to drink, and there is an implicit promotion of Gay Conversion Therapy, as Farbissina was established as a lesbian in the second movie, yet after sleeping with Dr. Evil (a parody of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, in particular the version from You Only Live Twice portrayed by Donald Pleasance.) in the past, she ended up becoming pregnant (with Scott Evil, Dr. Evil's son, being the byproduct of the affair), and it is implied afterward as well as in the third movie Goldmember that she became straight afterward and genuinely loved Dr. Evil, enjoying a kiss that with him that was otherwise meant to slip a key to him to aid in his escape. Family values are also given a slight promotion, as Farbissina defended Scott Evil from Dr. Evil's otherwise abusive actions to him, and part of the third movie involved Scott and Dr. Evil growing closer to their relationship, and it is also revealed that Dr. Evil was in fact Austin's brother, leading to some redemption for the latter, and the third movie makes clear that some of Austin's problems were the result of his father Nigel being a neglectful father. The second movie also has an anti-body positive message as well with Fat [censored].||$876.3 million (all three films)|
|Back to the Future||1985||PG||Musically gifted but slacking highschooler Marty McFly is invited by his energetic, quirky scientist friend Dr. Emmett "Doc" Brown to witness the birth of his greatest invention: a time-traveling DeLorean automobile. After Doc Brown is shot and killed by Libyan terrorists, whom he tricked to gain plutonium fuel needed to make his car travel through time, Marty escapes in the DeLorean and travels 30 years into the past, where he meets his parents as teenagers and accidentally becomes his mother Lorraine's new love interest. He then meets with the young Doc Brown, who volunteers to help him return to 1985 and warns him that he will cease to exist if he does not ensure that his parents fall in love at their high school prom. Marty ultimately succeeds in reuniting his future parents by encouraging his teenage father George to stand up to bully Biff Tannen in Lorraine's honor. In the process, he saves Doc Brown by sending him a note warning of the terrorist attack. Overall, the movie contains some conservative messages such as the triumph of chivalry, the evils of terrorism, and the negative effects of deviancy and drug/alcohol addiction. At the same time, it promotes premarital sexual activity and disregard for chastity. Included two sequels in 1989 and 1990.||$210,609,762|
|Bambi||1942||G||Animated adaptation of the German children's book of the same name; the setting is changed from Europe to Maine, USA for a more familiar audience. Environmental and anti-hunting messages are pushed (although it should be noted that the main antagonist, "Man", is technically closer to a poacher than a true hunter due to his killing a nursing doe and also trying to kill Bambi, a fawn, both of which are strictly prohibited by hunters), but it is also pro-family due to Bambi's mother giving her life to save her son, and the Great Forest Prince, who is heavily implied to be Bambi's father, went out of his way to protect Bambi from the hunter three times, even rescuing his son from a forest fire. It also was anti-homosexual agenda and way ahead of its time in refuting claims of animal homosexuality, as the character Flower, a skunk, is depicted in childhood as a very effeminate male, yet when he became an adult, he evidently was aroused by a female skunk and ultimately became a father as well.||$102,247,150|
|Batman: The Dark Knight Returns Part 1 and 2||September 25, 2012 (Part 1)
January 29, 2013 (Part 2)
October 8, 2013 (Deluxe Edition)
|PG-13||An animated two-part adaptation of Frank Millar's comic book Elseworld story of the same name where Batman is forced to resume his duties after crime reached record highs in Gotham. The movie is anti-Crime, and also depicts homosexuality and sexual deviancy in a very negative light, including making a connection between homosexuality and Nazis via a transgendered Nazi criminal, and the Joker is portrayed in a similar manner to Paul Lynde. It also mocks to a certain degree anti-war politicians, as the mayor (a likely democrat) attempts to negotiate with the Mutant leader in jail to get him to call off the Mutants' war on Gotham only to have his throat torn out, with his vice-mayor repeating the same concessions. On the same note, it also showcases the negatives of pseudo-sciences as a psychologist was depicted as being a quack who ended up making Two-Face's insanity even worse despite repairing his face, and was ultimately responsible for letting the Joker escape Arkham Asylum due to the latter faking being cured. That all being said, however, it does feature some anti-Reagan messaging, and also condemns the military due to Joker trying to instigate a nuclear war between America and the Soviets, and America striking first as a result, and it was also revealed that a military general had provided the mutant gang with enough military arms to start a small war.||$5,589,376 (Part 1)|
$4,059,217 (Part 2)
|Beauty and the Beast||1991||G||A young woman overcomes a shallow society and finds true love. Although by comparison a powerful and immensely popular antidote to feminism to the liberal movies churned out by Disney since, as well as overall promoting redemption (as seen with the Beast's transformation), and also promoting some family values (such as Belle being loyal to her father), there were a few hints at feminist propaganda at the beginning of the film, such as Belle being different from the villagers because she can read, which is implied to not be supported by the villagers at all (feminist propaganda often falsely claims that women couldn't get an education until the 1960s), as well as Belle being unwilling to hold the role of housewife for Gaston or raising children, and later her blaming the titular Beast for her fleeing the castle despite most of the events leading up to and after that event being largely her fault (specifically, her deliberate disobedience towards Beast and the servants by going into the West Wing as soon as she found out where it was located) and the story framing that as being a good thing she did. On a related note, a scene that had Belle baking a cake for her father when he got home ended up cut at the order of Linda Woolverton, with her reason specifically being because "a liberated woman [like Belle] wouldn't know how to bake," essentially implying that baking would have been the activity of non-liberated women, a typical statement by feminists. In addition, the opening song and the reprise has Belle having a similar "smarter-than-thou" personality that is all too common among liberals, having her refer to the villagers derogatorily as "little people" in the beginning of the opening song, repeatedly stressing the "provincial" elements of the village when expressing her desire to leave the village, complaining about Gaston due to considering him "boorish and brainless" shortly after his failed proposal, and also dismissing the villagers as "they" when mentioning her goals ("I want so much more than what they've got planned"). On that note, due to Beast being unwilling to even defend himself, let alone the castle servants, when the mob arrived to kill him until Belle had arrived at the last second, which had been the result of Belle's attempts at civilizing Beast, it gives the implication that the ideal male in the film is not allowed to get angry or act violently even in self-defense unless a woman was physically present. Then-Disney Chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg also mentioned that he wanted "a feminist twist" on the original fairy tale by creating a heroine who is "a departure from typical Disney female characters", which had partly been done in response to negative criticisms towards Ariel in the previous movie by liberal critics, and the feminist writer Linda Woolverton made clear that she made Belle a feminist and based her on the women's liberation movement from the 1970s in order to avoid creating another insipid princess. On that note, this made it the first Disney animated adaptation of a fairy tale to radically alter the story specifically to promote a left-wing socio-political agenda onto the audience regardless of whether such was actually appropriate for the audience or an actual good message (as prior Disney films generally made alterations specifically to tone down anything that was otherwise inappropriate for the age group for the audience). Gaston is a conservative and hardworking hunter who is considered by the villagers to be their town hero, but is shown to be the main villain of the movie (it should also be noted that in the original screenplay for the film, Gaston was intended to be a Marquess [French nobleman], meaning the decision to make him a conservative and hardworking hunter was made after a rewrite). In addition, although not to the same degree as other Disney films that came after it, the film also has a slight anti-Christian bent, as the villagers (strongly implied by various verses in the opening song and the mob song, as well as a failed wedding, to be practicing and devout Christians) were later briefly seen supporting a plan that went against God's teachings, as well as overall depicted as being idiots, while Belle, the character framed as an intellectual and a moral figure, is not even seen or even implied to believe in God at all. In addition, Belle's love for Beast (where it is implied that she was largely unaware of the Beast being formerly a human prince) could be seen as promoting bestiality. Also, it is the first Disney movie to neither show nor hint at the two love interests getting married, and in fact, the only "wedding" in the film was the one Belle ruined, creating negative implications about marriage as a result, as well as starting a string of movies that don't paint marriage in a positive light. Similarly, the only three females in the film who are implicitly supportive of marriage and Christianity are demeaned, depicted as dumb blondes with the script and credits explicitly referring to them derogatorily as "the bimbettes." There was also a slight anti-hunting and anti-second amendment sentiment in the film, due to the main villain, as aforementioned, explicitly being labelled as a hunter, as well as Gaston's villainous nature being first highlighted in his debut scene where he shot a duck out of the sky. According to Don Hahn, there were also several overtones of a pro-homosexual agenda within the film, including choice lyrics of the mob song late into the film, largely because of the executive producer, Howard Ashman, being homosexual and dying from AIDS at the time the film was made and wanting to push the idea of being "ostracized" for his suffering from AIDS. Similarly, during the battle in the castle, there was a brief instance of transgenderism that was treated as a joke where the wardrobe proceeded to dress one of the male villagers in a Hawaiian outfit. One of the protagonistic characters, Lumiere, is briefly seen making out with a featherduster and was implied that the two weren't married, with some hints at Lumiere being an unrepentant womanizer (with the implication being further increased in the Special Edition-exclusive song "Human Again" where Lumiere mentioned he had a "mademoiselle in each arm", would be "courting again, chic and sporting again", and Mrs. Potts interjecting "Which should cause several husbands alarm." with Lumiere laughing at this, heavily implying that Lumiere was an adulterer to married women). In addition, Maurice is depicted as slightly addled and eccentric, as well as being naïve (such as thinking Gaston was a good match for Belle despite the story making clear he wasn't), and while he does try to go out of his way to save Belle in the midway point of the film, he ultimately needs saving twice and is unable to save Belle at all, which makes it debatable as to just how pro-family the narrative actually was. In addition, some elements of the film were later reused in the definitely liberal Maleficent movie.||$218,967,620|
|Beauty and the Beast (2017 remake)||2017||PG||On the one hand, the 2017 film version of Beauty and the Beast is the latest in the film trend of needlessly and shamelessly remaking animated films or children's stories for the sake of earning quick revenue in the dying Hollywood studio system. Liberals also seized the opportunity with the remake to exploit diversity within the Beauty and the Beast universe. The final result of the diversity inclusion is that it feels self-congratulatory in the sense of putting it in for the sake of having it, rather than having it be just a part of the story and the film. One notable example is the filmmakers' decision to make LeFou, Gaston's diminutive and bumbling sidekick, a homosexual who is conflicted with his feelings for Gaston (although it should be noted that in the actual script, it never specifies that LeFou was homosexual.). At the end of the film, LeFou is shown taking a romantic interest in a musketeer who is now a transgender woman after being transformed into one during Gaston's siege of the Beast's castle (who, unlike the original film, actually enjoys it). Not only is it an atrocious artistic decision of the filmmakers to needlessly incorporate diversity simply for the sake of it, but the 2017 film version of Beauty and the Beast also serves as an example that liberals can legitimately shoehorn the homosexual agenda into Disney films. Adding salt to the wound, the filmmakers also further changed history to suit their feminist agenda, similar to previous Disney films like Mulan (1998), Pocahontas (1995) and The Princess and the Frog (2009) (most infamously, the villagers are shown to be explicitly intolerant of Belle learning how to read and teaching girls to do the same, smashing her washing machine in the process, despite the fact that the namesake for the village in this film, Mdm. Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve, the original author for the fairy tale, was herself a woman). The 2017 film version of Beauty and the Beast is now even more of a feminist propaganda film than the 1991 animated film version ever was. There were also hints at an anti-war message due to Gaston being turned into a war veteran, in addition to the implied anti-hunting messages from the original film via his profession (which if anything was expanded on by their hinting at Gaston being evil in the Gaston song when he, in reference to LeFou's question about whether shooting his prey from behind was "fair", states he didn't care if it was, even though killing prey when they least expect it is the entire point behind hunting, which was based on a deleted lyric from one of the earlier drafts of what would become the 1991 film.).
All of that, along with the other shortcomings of the film, reinforces the statement that most of Hollywood is currently out of ideas for motion pictures. It also re-establishes the fact that Disney would, at times, forsake genuine family entertainment in favor of blatant liberal propaganda.
On the other hand, there were also several surprisingly Conservative messages in the film, significantly more than in the 1991 version. Namely, Christianity is treated in a far more positive light in this film than in the 1991 version as one of the few friends Belle has in this version is the village Chaplain named Pere Robert who is shown to be sympathetic to her bibliophilic nature and also attempts to prevent Maurice from being sent to the Asylum, and later is shown to be horrified at the formation of the mob against the Beast (it is to be noted that in the original 1991 film, the character in question was merely a bookseller, not a priest, and most of the villagers, implied to be devout Christians, were demonized in the film), which was also surprisingly accurate to history despite the aforementioned changing of history in the film (in real history, Christianity, especially the Catholic Church, actively encouraged literacy, writing, and arithmetic among both genders, with girls being taught in convents or at the home.). In addition, Maurice actually is shown to be more proactive in this film, such as directly refusing Gaston's attempt at marrying Belle and even attempting to expose Gaston as an attempted murderer and psychopath, and also plays a direct role in saving Belle and himself from the paddywagon after she exposes Beast to the villagers (in the original film, although he does set out to try and find Belle and save her after trying to get the villagers to help failed, he ultimately required saving by her due to catching an illness during his trek, and ultimately needed saving alongside Belle via Chip). In addition, Lumiere as well as the featherduster (named Plumette in this version) are shown to be an actual loving couple (in the original film, it is heavily implied that Lumiere was a frequent womanizer and that the featherduster was also sexually loose), and the remake also doesn't demonize traditional marriage nearly as much as in the 1991 version (notably, the remake cut out Gaston's wedding proposal as well as Belle shoving Gaston into mud in front of attendees). The forgiveness and redemption theme was also significantly more emphasized in the remake, due to Beast ultimately forgiving Maurice after learning why he had tried to steal the rose and even allowing Belle to save Maurice specifically to make up for his past behavior, with Maurice also forgiving Beast upon Belle showing him the baby rattle (originally, Maurice was a bit more hesitant to forgive the Beast). It is also shown to be significantly more pro-family as well, as not only is Belle shown to be loyal to her father like in the 1991 original, but as noted above, Maurice himself took measures to protect Belle and notably agreed with Belle that Gaston would not have worked out for her (originally, Maurice also thought Gaston was alright for her), and he also was shown to be very protective of Belle after his wife had died from the plague, with Belle's mom specifically sacrificing herself by telling them to leave her behind to allow Belle a healthy life. In addition, the triplets (renamed to "Village Lasses") in the remake were depicted as having haughtiness, arrogance, being jealous of Belle, as well as overall being nasty people, including briefly smirking at Belle when she was locked up in the paddywagon as well as being actively involved in the arrest of Maurice as well as the later attack on Beast's castle (in the original film, the triplets were not shown to have any negative behavior to them besides their crushing on Gaston [not participating in the later arrest of Maurice, let alone the attack on Beast's castle shortly afterward during the climax, and also implying at one point that they were willing to give their blessing to Gaston marrying Belle when Belle refused him in the beginning of the film, and while they were present during the final lyrics for the Gaston reprise where Gaston explicitly divulged key details for his blackmail plan, the way it was framed could easily be interpreted as the triplets genuinely not knowing about the plan due to their absence from Maurice's arrival up to the scene where Gaston whispers the plan to LeFou.], and it is also heavily implied that they supported traditional marriage and were demeaned in the film by being referred to in the script as The Bimbettes and treated as dumb blondes for this reason). In addition, according to the film's director Bill Condon as well as one of the triplets' actresses, Rafaelle Cohen, the reason the triplets were intensely jealous and spiteful of Belle was because their mother neglected them while doting on Belle, showcasing the dangers of parental neglect. In addition, at least regarding Maurice, the villagers' actions to him were toned down, where their arresting him was simply due to their being tricked by Gaston into thinking he was a dangerous madman and not out of malicious intent (in the original film, it is heavily implied via the Gaston reprise that most, if not all of the villagers were in fact fully aware that Gaston knew, as did themselves, that Maurice was not actually dangerous and that Gaston was having him arrested specifically to blackmail Belle into marrying him and gave full support to the plan.).
|Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas||1998||G||Paints Christmas in a positive light, and has Beast learning the meaning behind it, as well as putting aside the past relating to it being the reason he was cursed. Also significantly tones down the more feminist messaging from the original film. However, the manner in which Christmas was depicted was closer to the secular view of Christmas than the actual intended meaning of the holiday being a celebration of Jesus Christ's birth.||N/A (Direct to video movie)|
|The Bee Movie||2007||PG||Its debatable whether or not its environmentalist or against it. It does show the destructiveness of environmentalism (i.e. butting into nature's problems in the name of helping her). The anti-human sentiments in the movie turned out to be wrong, however, the humans are taking the honey made by the bees, similar to the welfare program of taking from those who worked for it. Others believe the movie promotes bestiality, and is just disguised as a family movie.||$287,600,000|
|Beowulf||2007||PG-13||Based on the epic poem of the same name from the Middle Ages, it portrays Christianity in a positive light (as evidenced with the character of Unferth, who wasn't that in the original tale), and the hero, Beowulf, does what he believes is right. However, a significant portion of the film has Beowulf doing anti-Christian things, including mating with Grendel's mother over killing her (a stark contrast with the original tale where he does in fact kill her), and also implies that the dragon that ultimately killed him in the original tale was the result of his sleeping with her (when originally, the dragon had no relation at all to Grendel, his mom, or Beowulf). In addition, it also depicted Hrothgar as a drunken womanizer.||$82,280,579|
|The Birth of a Nation||2016||A drama film about Nat Turner, an enslaved man who led a slave rebellion in Southampton County, Virginia. The film focuses on Turner's life as a slave but also a Christian. There are many scenes where he preaches to his fellow slaves in different plantations, even conduct Baptist services, at the same time, he exposes to the crimes related to slavery, which eventually force him to rebel. The film likewise was also deliberately named after D.W. Griffith's film of the same name in a form of irony due to it pushing the opposite message. However, there is a line at the end of the movie downplaying the deaths of the white slave owners compared to the black slaves, something done by the Hollywood elites and unfortunate because all people are equally valuable.|
|Bohemian Rhapsody||2018||PG-13||A biopic of Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of the band Queen. While it does show elements of the practice of homosexuality and hedonism, at the same time, the film largely condemned the practice since it was made clear that Mercury's embracing of these things was what ultimately ruined Queen and his personal relationships, and is what ultimately killed him via AIDS. In addition, Paul Prenter, the only other major character to embrace homosexuality in the movie, was depicted in a very negative light, as he was one of the reasons Mercury went down a bad path, with it being made clear later on that Paul largely was using Mercury for his own gratification, blamed others for his bad ideas, and even hid vital information from Mercury deliberately such as the Live Aid concert plans as well as Mary Austin calling him. It also had a promotion of redemption, as Mercury, inspired largely by his former girlfriend/wife, Mary Austin nearing the end of the film, attempts to reconnect with his band and family and make amends in the time he had left before dying from AIDS. That all being said, however, it's debatable whether the film intended to paint his homosexual escapades in a negative light, as several members of the production company, including Freddie Mercury's actor Rami Malek, indicated that it was a "regrettable" decision as a result of not having enough time to give a "more balanced" view of (ie, promoting) his bisexual lifestyle.|
|The Campaign||2012||R||Political comedy depicts the Democrat candidate (Will Ferrell) as an obnoxious, drunken womanizer and satire of John Edwards, although the Republican candidate (Zach Galifianakis) is portrayed just as negatively as a corrupt capitalist.||$33,165,738|
|Chicken Run||2000||G||Produced by Jeffrey Katzenberg, this vegan propaganda film compares a chicken farm to the Holocaust. The main villain of the movie is a capitalist who wants to make chicken pies. On other hand the main villain of the movie is a feminist as well as she called her husband's ancestors "poor worthless nothings". The film also has some anti-animal cruelty elements as one of the main characters, Rocky mentions that cockfighting is illegal where he comes from.||$106,834,564|
|Coming to America||1988||R||When this movie was released in 1988, it was most likely not only considered liberal but praised by liberals. As it had feminist themes (even with a male protagonist), going against tradition, and was about foreigners from an African country. However as liberals moved more and more to the left, they had abandoned ideas in this movie that are considered conservative today. Such an individualism and family, not to mention it is debatable if it supports the American Dream as the proagonist, came to America to look for love.||$128,152,301|
|The Crow||1994||R||The tagline claims that our hero is an angel, but he doesn't display any Christian values. However, there is an anti-drug scene were Eric Draven (the hero) makes a drug addict mother realize that her daughter needs her & gets her off drugs. On top of that the film's villains are nihilist anarchists. The film is notable for being Brandon Lee's last film, as an accident on the set killed him during production.||$50,693,129|
|Ed Wood||1994||R||Although it does glorify cross-dressing and the homosexual agenda. It still is pro-capitalism and the film also glorifies the American dream. As despite the obstacles Wood faces, he still continues doing what he loves in making movies.||$5,887,457|
|Edward Scissorhands||1990||PG-13||Endorsed by the Christian website ChristianAnswers.net with a 4 out of 5 star rating. Conversely however, a prominently featured Christian character - the only character in the movie ever identified as Christian - is portrayed as fanatical and bigoted against people with scissors for hands.||$56,362,352|
|Falling Down||1993||R||Film takes jabs at many liberal values, illegal immigration, union workers, multiculturalism, (one scene were Bill tells his ex-wife that the ice cream shop him and his family used to go to is now a Mexican store) and foreign aid (in one scene Bill asks an illegal Korean immigrate a rhetorical question on how much America has given his country and yells at him after he refuses to learn the language). It's also one of the very few films to be truthful in the "Nazis were right wingers" myth perpetrated by liberals, in which Bill informs a Neo-Nazi that he's an American and the Nazi is a sick a-hole. As well as many shots where the America flag is trashed upon (which could symbolize how liberalism has trashed everything America has stood for). But at the same time it also takes jabs at capitalism, where Bill believes he's no longer commercially valuable. And although the plot is about man trying to reach his daughter's birthday party, the film seems to toy with its audience in suggesting whether he's mentally ill or not, as opposed to a pro-family message.||$40,903,593|
|Fargo||1996||R||Pregnant sheriff with traditional American family values solves an elaborate criminal embezzlement, kidnapping and murder scheme.||$24,611,975|
|Fritz the Cat||1972||X (NC-17)||The movie has a brief moment that promotes shipping weapons to Israel, and it also showcases left-wing elements in a negative light, with the climax having the titular character attempting to stop a bombing plot against a power plant that he tried to accomplish. That being said, however, the film is also pro-drugs and promotes sexual infidelity, and also mocks a few right-wing elements as well, and is rather infamous for being the first X-rated cartoon to be made.||$90 million|
|Full Metal Jacket||1987||R||Although including a scene that seemed more catered to the anti-War ideology featuring a door gunner slaughtering civilians during the Vietnam War with obvious glee, the boot camp sequence was nonetheless shown in a realistic and to some extent inspiring light, with Vietnam Veterans also frequently stating that the Gunnery Sergeant's advice saved them during Vietnam, and also features a female Vietcong soldier who is not shown in a positive light at all.||$46.4 million (North America)|
|Furry Vengeance||2010||PG||This film is environmentalism and anti-capitalist on steroids. A wealthy businessman and his employees are the antagonists for doing their job. One of them gets attacked by a raccoon. In the end, the main character, a real estate developer, is forced to change his job after "learning the animals' stories" and he even puts up a poster saying that anyone who violates the forest preservation will be fined at $1,000,000.00. However, the film is also pro-family, as well as taking a jab at LGBT, with a joke of the protagonist being forced to wear his wife's clothes after the animals steal his, this is played for laughs and is clearly anti-cross dressing. (Though they are wearing again in the end credits).||$35,000,000|
|Gattaca||1997||PG-13||A condemnation of human genetic engineering, and a wonderful triumph of individualism in an extremely totalitarian regime. Unfortunately the movie ends with a materialistic message: "They say every atom in our bodies was once a part of a star. So, maybe I'm not leaving, maybe I'm going home" (A phrase said when the protagonist finally managed to go to space).||$12,339,633|
|Good Kill||2014||R||Ethan Hawke plays a man who questions the ethics of his job as a drone pilot, while it is taking a jab at the Barack Obama regime (Obama has droned more people in the Middle East than George W. Bush, most of whom were innocent bystanders and the left has ignored it or claimed it was a "Fox News conspiracy"). It could also be against the War on Terror too.||$316,472|
|Grave of the Fireflies||1988||UR||While the film has been labeled anti-war, the director Isao Takahata stated the actual meaning was about growing up. The film's message is still debatable to this day.|
|Hacksaw Ridge||2016||R||It tells the story of how World War II hero, Desmond Doss became a combat medic hero. However, its stances on gun rights is rather mixed to negative.||$67,209,615|
|Halloween III: Season of the Witch||1982||R||Unlike the two films before it (which has mass murder Michael Myers) this film's villain is a pagan who plans on sacrificing children via witchcraft to bring back the original celebration of Halloween. However he does this by selling masks to them which many critics pointed out may have been an anti-capitalism message. The film's "hero" is also an adulterer.||$14,400,000|
|Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters||2013||R||Western fairy tale characters Hansel and Gretel are now adults and have their own private bounty hunting organization in hunting witches. Portrays witchcraft in a negative manner, and guns in good light. But the gore, graphic violence and brief nudity is rather unnecessary.||$55,703,475|
|Hellboy||2004||PG-13||A live action film adaptation of the Mike Mignola graphic novel of the same name. It is ultimately pro-Christian principles, as the climax had the character John Myers supplying Hellboy (who at that point became Anung un Rama) with a crucifix and reminding him of his upbringing, which ultimately had him rejecting Rasputin's plan of unleashing Hell on the world, and the character Bruttenholm is explicitly depicted as a Christian and portrayed positively for it. It is also anti-Nazi as well. However, whether it's anti-occult is debatable, and the director was the Marxist Guillermo del Toro.||$99.3 million|
|High Noon||1952||UR||A favorite of both Presidents Dwight Eisenhower and Bill Clinton; John Wayne said it was "the most un-American thing I've ever seen in my whole life." The movie denies the conservative reality that people would volunteer to defend the town rather than running from evil and relying entirely on government. The movie seems to scare people into wanting more government rather than demanding more opportunities for self-defense. Some view the movie as "an allegory for blacklisting in Hollywood."||$3,750,000|
|Hoot||2006||PG||Environmentalist movie about a bunch of kids who stand up to a CEO company that is trying to put one of its restaurants on a burrowing owl habitat. However, despite a businessman being the main villain its not really anti-capitalist, as it does not portray the company in negative light. As the protagonists clearly have nothing angainst the business itself, even the main character states "A pancake house would be great." Also shows a police officer in postive light. Overall the movie contains many morals, and promoting friendship and it does give kids the great inspiration to stand up for what they believe is right.||$8,117,637|
|Horrible Bosses 2||2014||R||Sequel to the Worst Liberal Film Horrible Bosses. Though this film could be argued to actually support the American Dream and capitalism, which its processor clearly did not.||$54,445,357|
|The Hunchback of Notre Dame||1996||G||Released during Michael Eisner's presidency at Disney, the film presents a mixed package. The original source material was not intended for children, yet the Disney film was marketed as such to young audiences.
In some cases, the film manages to be slightly more pro-Christian than it's source material. For example, the character of Frollo, who was the corrupt archdeacon in the novel, is now the minister of justice and the Archdeacon is now a separate character voiced by Davis Odegn Steirs, who serves as the positive Christian conscience in the film (albeit the only positive Christian conscience). The Archdeacon is the one responsible for saving Quasimodo from Frollo committing infanticide and encourages Esmeralda to pray to God. Phoebus is also depicted in a good light, an honorable soldier and also was shown to genuinely love Esmeralda, even going as far to save her as well as Quasimodo. This is a stark contrast to the book, where he was a callous womanizer who abandoned Esmeralda to being hanged.
Christian imagery is present throughout the film, appropriate since Notre Dame is an actual location, as opposed to several Disney films during the Renaissance where churches are absent of religious imagery to be more politically correct. The Latin Requiem Mass is also present in the musical score.
Unlike most films in the Disney animated canon, this film actually has the character's relying to God's grace to resolve the conflict, instead of relying on some special magic.
On the other hand, in some cases, the film actually manages to be even darker than the original novel. Originally, Quasimodo's vicious punishment at the hands of the Parisians during the Feast of Fools ceremony was out of corporal punishment; while in the Disney film, it had been done at the whim of the Parisians just for the sake of it. In addition, Frollo himself was also made significantly more villainous in the movie compared to in the book despite being separated from the archdeacon role, removing most of his redeemable traits in the book (case in point, in the film, Frollo was responsible for killing Quasimodo's mother and nearly killed Quasimodo himself as a baby until being made to raise him as penance by the archdeacon, and was depicted as an abusive father figure overall, as well as depicted as sadistic, in contrast to the original novel, where he willingly took in Quasimodo when he was in fact abandoned by his mom and was depicted as a fairly good father figure, at least until Esmerelda entered the picture). Some Christian concepts were also removed from the film in an attempt to increase Frollo's villainy as a result (for example, Quasimodo in the film was named such as an insult to his deformed appearance, while in the book he was actually named after Quasimodo Tuesday). It's also debatable as to whether it's pro-Christian overall since while the Archdeacon himself was a positive influence, most of the other Christian characters, without even counting Frollo, were nevertheless depicted in a very negative light. The director's commentary also implied that they may have engaged in blasphemous material by having Frollo in the crucifix pose as he's descending into Hell during the visuals for Hellfire.
To make the film even darker, a gypsy genocide plot is introduced, and Paris was also the victim of arson late into the film. The song Hellfire was also notorious for making explicit references to lust despite it being very family unfriendly. This is a stark contrast to most other Disney film adaptations, which have a history of toning down the original works (as in The Jungle Book, in which Disney advised the writers to ignore the book specifically because its contents were unsuitable for children). The Gypsies were also depicted in a more positive light, to the extent that they at times were considered preferable to Christianity, despite Gypsies essentially being pagans. Hints at race swapping were also included in the film, as Esmerelda was made into an ethnic gypsy in the movie, when in the original book, she was actually a blonde parisienne and the daughter of an anchoress who was abducted by the gypsies and made into their own.
Some mild language is present too (namely the words "damnation" and "eternal damnation").
Worst of all, one of the male gargoyles falls in love with Djali, who is explicitly male, which may have meant that liberals will subtly shoehorn the homosexual agenda into anything, even the gargoyles of Notre Dame (and also comes across as extremely hypocritical and blasphemous due to homosexuality being tolerated even less by God than Frollo's lust for Esmerelda, based on God explicitly referring to the concept as an abomination in Leviticus as well as his destroying Sodom and Gomorrah largely because of the practice of homosexuality). However, this should be taken with a grain of salt, because the DVD audio commentary Kirk Wise (co-director), Gary Trousdale (co-director), and Don Hahn (producer) suggest that it's possible that the three gargoyles exist purely in Quasimodo's mind and are in fact split off portions of his own personality created to deal with his loneliness. So this matter could have less to do with the liberal agenda and more to do with poor writing. On a positive note, it is to be noted that the directors admitted that the implication that Hugo lusted after Djali was a line that even the directors admitted they shouldn't have crossed, which is a rarity especially in today's media where they are all for crossing said line.
|The Hunger Games||2012||PG-13||Futuristic totalitarians plan titular annual televised "games" as punishment on the descendants of failed revolutionaries from a past uprising. Although technically a message against totalitarianism and for individualism, Leftist actor Donald Sutherland, who played President Snow, implied that the struggles of the films' protagonists were supposed to be derived from the Occupy Wall Street movement, and the book's author also indicated that the events of the book were based on the George W. Bush administration.||$406,267,858|
|Independence Day||1996||PG-13||Although made by liberal director Roland Emmerich with the intention of getting then-President Bill Clinton re-elected into office as well as having a few liberal values (such as Marty Gilbert, David Levinson's boss, being implied to be homosexual and the fact that Jasmine Dubrow's an unrepentant stripper), it nonetheless manages to push patriotism for America and, due to an ad-lib by actor Bill Pullman, manages to have him bring context of honoring the American holiday Independence Day during President Whitmore's rousing speech before fighting off the alien invaders in a climactic battle. It also has some condemnation towards divorce, as evidenced by David Levinson and Constance Spano's divorce is treated in a negative light, and also is pro-family due to Russell Casse sacrificing himself during battle to save his family. It was followed by a sequel, Independence Day Resurgence, which went fully to the left.||$817.4 million|
|Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull||2008||PG-13||Although the film does depict the Communists as bad guys (to such an extent that the Russian Communist Party in Moscow was angered by the decision), and implies that Indiana Jones is a Republican or at the very least an Dwight D. Eisenhower fan, the film also depicts McCarthyism in a negative light, with one character implying that the American Government was simply being paranoid, as well as overall downplaying the true scope of the Soviet menace by having the same character denying there being a sizeable Communist infiltration in America.||$786.6 million|
|Inglourious Basterds||2009||R||Despite vulgarity and historical revisionism, and also promoting to some degree moral relativism, the film does acknowledge that the Nazis were socialists.||$120,540,719|
|The Iron Giant||1999||PG||This animation espouses anti-war themes and also brief but strong anti-hunting sentiments. Firearms in general are shown in a negative light, with the phrase "guns kill" being repeated a total of three times (which was considered a "positive message" by the ultra-liberal media watchdog group Common Sense Media). The titular giant is referred to as a "big gun that walks." From a conservative viewpoint, he is a poor metaphor for a real gun; unlike a law-abiding citizen who is a gun owner, the giant has no choice in his actions because he is a war machine programmed with the inability to use his weapons for good, but only to use them thoughtlessly and senselessly. The story involves him learning to hide his weapons and "not be a gun". The conclusion is that, in order to protect the public from an incoming missile, he must fly into it and kill himself rather than use his guns against it. As it is explained, "It's bad to kill, but it isn't bad to die." In addition, despite being set during the Cold War, it largely downplays the Soviet menace that was occurring during that time, as the main antagonist, Kent Mansley, is a government agent (implied to be part of the NSA) investigating the titular Iron Giant who at one point while launching a tirade against Hogarth Hughes alludes to the possibility that the Communists may have been responsible for the Giant's creation as a means to destroy America and that they must destroy it before "it destroys us" and is treated negatively for it. Also features some foul language.
That all being said, however, despite the definite anti-gun and anti-hunting themes, the film does portray the military in a fairly positive light, as General Rogarth was shown to be even-headed and only willing to use military force if confronted with evidence requiring for it, also making clear that he was not happy about bringing out an implied large military force for what was apparently a hoax, and while the military does try to attack the Iron Giant late into the film, it was only because they had been manipulated into doing so by Kent Mansley by the latter lying about the giant killing Hogarth Hughes, and only when confronted with evidence that Hogarth had in fact been alive did the military stand down. In addition, when Hogarth left to investigate the evidence of a "martian" taking out an antenna, he proceeded to salute a photograph of his father, who was implied to have died during World War II. Also has a positive portrayal of the American icon Superman in it. There's also an anti-materialist message in it as well as an implicitly Christian message, as Hogarth talks to the Giant about how humans and other forms of life possess souls that live on even after their mortal bodies die. In addition the film also promotes individualism, promoting the idea of the individual choosing how to live their life, which may also support the American Dream as well, as Dean the film's tritagonist is a capitalistic artist.
|The Iron Lady||2011||PG-13||The British biopic of Conservative Party leader and 1979-90 British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, showing the effects of conservative economic policy on Britain, helping to lift the country out of its recession. However, it also showed Margaret Thatcher in a somewhat negative light, depicting her during her late years as becoming slightly addled.||$80,554,188 (international including UK), $27,081,674 (US - domestic)|
|Iron Man||2008||PG-13||The first installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe stars Robert Downey, Jr., as comic book hero Tony Stark, an initially unsympathetic, billionaire weapons developer with hedonistic habits such as alcoholism, extramarital sex, gambling, and drug use. A theme of redemption then follows when, on a tour in the Middle East, Stark is almost mortally wounded by the evil Islamic terrorist group the Ten Rings, inspiring Stark to turn his life around and build weapons for just causes, not solely for making money. Though he considers giving up weapons development altogether, Stark decides to stand by his Second Amendment rights and builds his first electromechanical suit of armor to escape the Ten Rings upon realizing that his supposed friend Obadiah Stane has been issuing guns to the terrorists behind his back. Overall, Iron Man teaches that capitalism and the military can be used for good. That being said, the aforementioned revelation that Obadiah Stane had been issuing weapons to the Ten Rings as well as orchestrating Stark's abduction by them earlier could be interpreted as subtle anti-War on Terror messaging.||$585.2 million|
|Iron Man 3||2013||PG-13||Overall, it promotes most of the same values as the first two Iron Man films. However, a plot twist later in the film hints at an anti-War on Terror message due to it revealing that the "Ten Rings" terrorist organization was a hoax engineered by someone in America, a plot development which was negatively received. Similarly, there was some controversy over the plot development of disabled veterans being used for terrorist attacks against fellow Americans.||$1.215 billion|
|It's a Wonderful Life||1946||UR||It promotes the concept of self-worth and individualism ultimately, and that choices do in fact matter and have consequences, and ultimately promotes faith to a certain extent. However, it also falsely teaches that humanism is what makes life worthwhile; marginalizes faith with a cartoonish depiction and demonizes capitalism as sadistic and greedy.||$3,300,000|
|Jaws||1975||PG||Anti-environmentalism film, the heroes are police chief Brody, WWII vet Quint and Marine Biologist Hooper who team up to take on a monstrous, man-eating great white shark. However, there is a part where (despite the warning) the Mayor keeps the beaches open for the sake of money, which some may say is an anti-capitalism statement. Notable for being one of the first summer blockbusters. It was followed by three sequels in 1978, 1983 and 1987.||$260,000,000|
|Joker||2019||R||Joker is the highest grossing R rated film of all time, and for good reasons. This revolutionary psychological crime thriller is a revisionist origin of the Joker (born in this universe as Arthur Fleck, although he is traditionally never given a proper name), a fictional supervillain and the archenemy of DC Comics superhero Batman, and his decent into a life of crime. It is difficult to watch and should not be shown to children but has deep messages that no Hollywood film will come close to replicating. Arthur never gets the mental help he needed and is constantly humiliated by people such as talk show host Murray Franklin, loosely based on Johnny Carson. That said, Joker is one of the only modern films to directly attack the mainstream media, and how it is responsible for causing chaos (Murray is played by Robert De Niro, a staunch leftist). It correctly shows that mental illness, not guns, can cause people to go insane and shoot people. Early on, Arthur is fired by his boss for carrying a gun while working as a children's party clown even though he was given the gun as a means for self-defense due to being assaulted earlier, which contributes to his further fall into madness. Joker goes even further to say that mental illness is tied directly to the media when Arthur directly confronts Murray on the set of his show, saying that he and the media only cause division and anger and that "It's enough to make anyone crazy!" Most liberal critics attacked Joker, claiming it would cause people to commit mass shootings. This is expected since the film directly attacks the media, so the media is scared of people seeing Joker since it will expose their true intentions. However, some rioters who support Arthur in the film riot against the rich, and one of them slays Dr. Thomas and Martha Wayne, the wealthy parents of Bruce (the future Batman) near the end of the film; in contrast to traditional Batman stories, the Waynes are shown in a very negative light since Joker is a villain origin story. Interestingly enough, Arthur himself says that his actions are non-political: he only wants people to be civil and to get along with each other. The Joker is also nihilist, showing how nihilism is a very dangerous ideology. Furthermore, Joker depicts parental abuse and parental neglect in a very negative light. Arthur's mother Penny abused him throughout his childhood and claims Thomas Wayne is Arthur's father, who never helped raise him. Along with the media, she causes Arthur to descend into madness. It also attacks political correctness to a certain extent, as the director of the film made it clear he made the film partly in response to how comedy has been ruined by SJWs and political correctness.||$335,451,311|
|Juno||2007||PG-13||A pregnant teenage woman rejects abortion and decides for an adoptive birth instead. This movie pushes feminism and marginalizes the essential role of fatherhood.||$143,492,840|
|Jurassic World||2015||PG-13||Jurassic Park is now functioning and open for business and the new boss is a woman, an obvious feminist message. Also the military is downgraded as they plan to weaponize dinosaurs. Despite all this feminists weren't impressed and labeled it sexist and even liberal critics called the weaponizing dinosaurs plot asinine. In addition, there was at least one implicit anti-feminist message in the film, as after the boss's secretary was brutally killed by dinosaurs, Owen indicated that she ultimately deserved her death due to her not acting like a mother.||$652,270,625|
|Kiki's Delivery Service||1989||G||The coming-of age story of a young half-witch who only inherited the ability to fly, and she makes the best of it. The film does show the value of hard work and is pro-capitalism (Kiki owns her own delivery business), as well as strong pro-family sentiments, mainly in the form of the baker Osono and her quiet husband, who are excited for the birth of their child, but at the same time it does depict feminism and witchcraft in a positive light.||$18 million|
|Kingdom of Heaven (Director's Cut)||2005||R||A story set in the Crusades period about a young knight who embarks on a journey to realize his destiny. The Director's Cut version of Kingdom of Heaven is a prime example of how a Director's Cut can significantly improve the entire film. While the theatrical version featured terrible screenwriting and directing (as a result of studio interference), the Director's Cut drastically changes the entire film, significantly fleshes out, ties together, and grounds the story and brings the characters, their motivations, the different themes at play and the world to life. While the theatrical version was seen more or less as pure liberal media, the Director's Cut presents a story about humanity, belief, faith, and God. It also makes a statement about how people of different religious faiths can live together in peace and harmony and also be respectful of different religious beliefs. In addition, it promotes honor, duty, and the importance of doing the right thing, and it also portrays the noble Knights Hospitallers in a positive light. That being said, the film still portrays the Knights Templars in a negative light.||$47,398,413|
|Kingsman: The Secret Service||2015||R||Anti-environmentalist, the villain attempts to eradicate the human race because of his belief in man-made global warming. Though the film is full of language and violence as well as a brief nudity scene. There's also one scene were one of the characters gets into a bloody fight with a group of Christians whom are portrayed as "racists".||$128,261,724|
|Knocked Up||2007||R||Unemployed, immature and childish 23-year old Ben Stone (Seth Rogen) has a one-night stand with serious career woman Alison Scott (Katherine Heigl), with the unintended consequence of pregnancy. Alison's mother (Joanna Kerns) says she should get the pregnancy "taken care of", while Ben's best friend Jonah (Jonah Hill) suggests that "I won't say the A-word, but it rhymes with abortion." Alison decides to keep the child, while Ben decides to find a real job, grow up, and become a father.||$148,768,917|
|Labyrinth||1986||PG||It's debatable if the film is pro-family. While the main story is about a girl who has to rescue her baby brother from the Goblin King, our hero Sarah doesn't really learn the importance or responsibly of being an older sibling.||$12,729,917|
|The LEGO Movie||2014||PG||In a world of LEGO toys, an ordinary guy named Emmet Brickowski is told that he has the power to save the world from a villain named Lord Business. He gathers as much friends and allies as he can along the way while learning to put his talents - namely building things - to good use. The movie takes a jab at big government, teaching that anyone has the potential to be extraordinary. However, the movie also takes a jab at capitalism in the form of the main villain Lord Business; ironically, the LEGO company is a champion of capitalism.||$469.2 million|
|Lincoln||2012||PG-13||Bio film on conservative icon Abraham Lincoln, played wonderfully by Daniel Day-Lewis. Although overall very positive towards Lincoln and the Republican Party, it nonetheless downplays the role the Democrat Party played in the institution of slavery during the Civil War.||$182,207,973|
|Lionheart||1990||R||Pro-family as Jean-Claude Van Damme plays Lyon Gaultier (nicknamed Lionheart) who becomes a street fighter to help pay his sister-in-law's expenses after her husband is killed. During this time he also tries to reconnect with his estranged family. However, he gets into the country illegally, which some could point out is a pro-illegal immigration statement.||$24,078,196|
|Little Giants||1994||PG||It defies typical gender roles as well as promoting some feminism with the main girl being into sports and being a tomboy. Although it is not promoting the homosexual agenda, as she is in fact straight. The film's main message is about giving everyone a chance. Even though the film is about two brothers coaching rival teams it is still pro-family. As well as pro-sportsmanship, with the coach threatening to drop his best player after he intentionally injures a player on the other team.||$19,306,362|
|The Lorax||2012||PG||Although it has an environmentalist agenda, it also states that monopolies are wrong.||$214,030,500|
|Mean Streets||1996||R||Morality and redemption amid the gritty Lower East Side of Manhattan (Little Italy), in the 1960s. Stars a young Robert De Niro before he became a wealthy Leftist. This movie is critically acclaimed now, despite winning almost no awards when released.||$3,000,000 (6 times its budget)|
|Mrs. Doubtfire||1993||PG-13||Robin Williams plays Daniel Hillard; a father who cross-dresses as a nanny with the help of his gay brother (Hollywood trying to shoehorn the homosexual agenda one might say.) to be with his children. However, on Louder with Crowder it was one of the films (#1 actually) on TOP 5: Triggering Movies That Couldn’t Be Made Today, due to rampant gender confusion that's been happening recently.. Also on a conservative note; it is a clear pro-family film, that is pro-fatherhood. There is also some condemnation to smoking as it shown to be taboo, with Daniel refusing to promote it to children, and Miranda, getting upset when she thought Mrs. Doubtfire smokes.||$219,195,243|
|Mulan||1998||G||The film has Liberals changing history to suit their feminist agenda similar to what they did in Pocahontas as well as some historical revisionism (In the film the Huns are at war with China, even though this never happened, although that said, the name of the villain, Shan Yu, hints at them being Xiongyu) and there was a scene in the climax where most of the soldiers cross-dressed as concubines in order to infiltrate the Imperial Palace. However, the central theme of Filial piety from work it was based on, The Ballad of Mulan, is still present ultimately, as the main reason Mulan joined the military was because her father suffered a severe injury that made him unfit for combat, and the film is pro-Military.||$120,620,254|
|Munich||2005||R||Tells the story of the 1972 Munich massacre and is not politically correct about Islamic terrorism, much to the dismay of liberals. On the other hand, Conservatives have been critical of the film due to it being considered too sympathetic to the terrorist group in question.||$47,403,685|
|The Muppet Christmas Carol||1992||G||A live action adaptation of Charles Dickens' seminal work A Christmas Carol with various Muppets playing the role of various characters in the story (and Gonzo as Charles Dickens himself) as well as Michael Caine as Ebeneezer Scrooge. Promotes many of the same themes of redemption and the spirit of Christmas as the original story. Also has a rather humorous promotion of the American dream, as in a scene exclusive to the movie, the headmaster of Scrooge's boarding school, portrayed by Sam the Eagle, suggests he go into the work force and tells him that it's the "American way", causing Gonzo to break character to inform Sam of the true setting of the story, causing Sam to correct himself by saying it is "the British way". That said, however, the ending song does have slightly Marxist overtones.||$27.2 million|
|The Muppet Movie||1979||G||This movie promotes the American dream, however, the Muppets look for that dream in liberal Hollywood. It also has an anti-capitalist message with the villain of Doc Hopper, who is also a southerner. In another scene though, Fozzie Bear sings "America the Beautiful" and says "Patriotism swells in the heart of the American bear."||$76.6 million|
|Once Upon a Time in Hollywood||2019||R||This fantastic film from (albeit, very liberal) director Quentin Tarantino, set in 1969 Los Angeles, is a love letter to the older and more conservative film industry. It portrays the main character's alcoholism as the main thing holding him back in his later years. It also shows that hard work always pays off in how successful the main character's career was. In addition to all this, the film's villains, real-life cult leader/criminal Charles Manson (who masterminded the Tate-LaBianca murders) and his "Family" (who carried out the murders), are hippies. The movie shows hippies as they really are - brain-damaged from drug use and really gross in both appearance and personal habits - and it makes no attempt to humanize them. Despite all of this, it does contain historic revisionism, graphic violence (a hallmark of Tarantino movies), and gratuitous drug use (the latter of which is played for laughs and shown as fun and consequence-free, contrary to real life). This was the first film to be made by Tarantino after he broke ties with Bob and Harvey Weinstein following the latter's convictions for sexual assault, and was also the last film to feature actor Luke Perry prior to his death from a stroke in March 2019.||$374,341,301|
|P.C.U.||1994||PG-13||College students fight back against a campus where the administration promotes official diversity awareness weekends and radical feminism, veganism, and political correctness run amok, but a conservative group on campus is also portrayed just as negatively as the PC groups.||$4,350,774|
|The Passion of the Christ||2004||R||Downplays the Resurrection and strength of Christianity and omits powerful angels; instead exaggerates triumph of evil; film had little lasting effect on public or its producer; portrayed nails as through the hands rather than through the wrists as depicted by the Shroud of Turin and confirmed by modern science.
On the other hand, it nonetheless does attempt to promote Christianity and Christ, and its success also resulted in liberals Jeffrey Katzenberg and David Geffen revealing their true natures by blacklisting Mel Gibson from future productions.
|The Path to 9/11||2006||NR (TV Documentary)||Although the film largely pans George W. Bush's efforts during the War on Terror, it does depict the Taliban, al-Qaida, and Osama bin Ladin in a negative light, and there was a scene that appropriately places blame on then-President Bill Clinton for why 9/11 happened when he refused to give the order to kill Osama bin Ladin (a claim that was later vindicated by the CIA). Unfortunately, Clinton-aligned Democrats forced ABC via Bob Iger to cut the footage in question via staged negative responses, and a planned DVD release for the Documentary itself was later shelved at the order of Iger during the 2008 election, neither being released to DVD by Disney itself and its associates, nor even having its rights sold to another company altogether, for reasons that were heavily suspected by various people, including the man who made the documentary in the first place, to be done at the order of Hillary Clinton in order to ensure she succeeded in her attempt at winning the Democrat primary and President of the United States during the 2008 election.||NR (TV Documentary)|
|Pillow Talk||1959||UR||A classic starring Rock Hudson and Doris Day in which conservative values triumph over liberal ones. There are no distortions by feminist ideology. Indeed, in one scene a leading man slaps the leading lady, but then is beaten up by dimwitted bystanders for it!||$18,750,000|
|Planet of the Humans||2020||On the one hand, it was made by far-leftist Michael Moore, and it ultimately has a more misanthropic view being pushed. On the other hand, it also condemns and exposes environmentalist organizations and individuals as being truly hypocritical.|
|Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea||2006 (Japan)
|G||Debatable as to whether the film is pro-parenthood or not. On the one hand, it does showcase May's mother status with Manaphy in a positive light. But on the other hand, it also is implied by the titular Pokémon Ranger Jack Walker to be a negative due to interfering with the mission, and in the climax, May ends up not doing a thing to attempt to save or even aid in saving Manaphy from Captain Phantom when the latter abducts it despite it being within her ability, which hints at parenthood being a negative.||N/A (America; Direct-to-Video)|
|Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World||1998||G||A sequel to the Worst Liberal Movie Pocahontas released during the infamous Eisner-era direct to video sequel line. It still has some elements to feminism as well as some degree of Historical Revisionism (due to showing William Shakespeare present in the opening song despite being dead by the time of the setting of the film). That being said, however, the British as well as the former colonists are depicted in a significantly more positive light compared to the original film, and the ending also has an implicit promotion of marriage. Likewise, it also notably ends with John Rolfe marrying Pocahontas like their real life selves.||N/A (Direct-to-Video)|
|The Princess and the Frog||2009||G||This Disney film set in 1920s New Orleans stars a waitress named Tiana who gets into an adventure of a lifetime when she kisses a prince cursed to become a frog, becoming a frog herself as well as befriending an alligator that loves jazz music and a Cajun firefly. The movie depicts traditional femininity in a positive light in the form of the side character Charlotte LeBoeuf, and is the first Disney animated feature film to have a positive depiction of traditional marriage since The Little Mermaid two decades prior. It's also debatable as to whether it promotes feminism, as aside from Charlotte LeBoeuf being depicted in a positive light overall as noted above, it implies at one point that Tiana achieving her dreams of being a CEO is ultimately a negative due to the main villain Dr. Facilier using that to tempt her into aiding him. On the other hand, liberals praised this film for featuring Disney's first African American princess but ignored the fact that it insults Christianity with Louisiana Voodoo, even replacing the traditional role of the fairy godmother with a blind voodoo priestess. On top of that, The Princess and the Frog is said to have stolen much of its plot from great conservative film The Little Mermaid ||$104,400,899|
|Pulp Fiction||1994||R||Despite saying the F-word in almost every sentence, the film (surprisingly) has a pro-Christian message as after being shot at, every bullet misses mob hit men Jules Winnfield and Vincent Vega. Winnfield believes it was a divine intervention and message from God to stop his life of crime. His partner doesn't believe this but it's later proven to be true as he perished later on in the movie. Also has sadomasochistic homosexuals as the bad guys. And (sort of) has an anti-drug message as mob boss's girlfriend Mia Wallace is seen also overdosing (a negative side to drugs) on heroin.||$107,928,762|
|The Quiet Man||1952||G||Popular among Irish Americans due to its spectacular technicolor filming of the Ireland countryside, this film has a conservative theme of manliness but liberal themes of giving up on the American Dream and a generally degrading portrayal of human nature.|
|The Rescuers||1977||G||The villain in this movie is a capitalist pawn shop owner, who wants a rare diamond to make her rich. To add insult to injury, the villains are Southerners. The United Nations is shown in a positive light. On the other hand, the main villain is also a feminist, and the main human protagonist is shown praying for not only herself (even she has been kidnapped) but for all the kids in the orphanage (who have not been kidnapped). This is one of the rare Disney films feature a Christian character that's treated in a positive light.||$29 million|
|Recess: School's Out||2001||G||The animated movie of the cartoon series of the same name. On the one hand, the film implicitly promotes the decadent era of the 1960s (in particular, 1968) where it depicts characters Muriel Finster and Peter Prickly as hippies during their teacher training in a flashback, and also implies that the concept of recess was developed by the hippies. On the other hand, it also encourages at one point allowing children to act like children, and ultimately promotes Recess and Summer Vacation as a concept, and the main villain, Phillium Benedict, is a radical former head of the liberal Department of Education who wished to eliminate recess and later summer vacation to raise test scores with the implication of wanting to become President (who was fired largely because he proved to be too extreme even for that department), and also represents liberal values. Also has a slight condemnation of the public school system's mistreatment of children, as Peter Prickly in the ending thanks TJ for having him remember that he originally became a teacher and (albeit unintentionally) principal of Third Street out of a desire to help children, and had largely forgotten that bit until that time.||$44.5 million|
|Robin Hood||1973||G||Animated Disney adaptation of the iconic story, depicting all of the characters as anthropomorphic animals. Although the story itself was based on Joseph Ritson's revised version of the character that was in support of the Jacobin cause and thus was a liberal icon (steals from the rich, gives to the poor), the villain is Prince John who makes his money from taxes, suggesting Robin Hood is only giving money the government demanded back to people who actually worked for it, and thus was implicitly closer in themes to the original, pre-Ritson revision version of the character. It also features a condemnation of government encroachment of the church, as a pivotal scene featured the Sheriff of Nottingham explicitly stealing a coin from the poor box and his later arresting Friar Tuck for trying to stop him, and the Sheriff's actions were clearly being framed in a horrible light.||$32 million|
|Shame||2011||NC-17||While the movie shows Hollywood Values, such as sex addiction, in a negative light and is clearly anti-homosexual agenda, as the main character reaches his lowest point by partaking in such acts, the film is graphic in its nature leaving one to question how conservative it really is.||$3,909,002|
|Shrek||2001||PG||Loosely based on a 1990 fairytale picture book by William Steig, the first feature-length computer animation by DreamWorks SKG stars Shrek, a socially challenged ogre who becomes an unlikely hero when he forms an alliance with a pesky, talking donkey to rescue a princess at the behest of the evil Lord Farquaad of Duloc, who hates fairytale-type beings and has forced a host of them to live in Shrek's swamp. Not long after they rescue Princess Fiona, Donkey learns that she was cursed as a child to transform into an ogre herself by night and that only marriage can break the curse. Shrek does not hear this message clearly at first and thinks Fiona is calling him an "ugly beast" before he realizes she actually despises her own ogre form and stops her marriage to Farquaad, preventing him from becoming a tyrannical king and continuing to oppress fairytale beings. Although DreamWorks is liberal, the dialogue occasionally resorts to adult humor (such as Shrek and Donkey cracking jokes at Farquaad's expense that implied that he had small gonads when explaining what he's like), and Fiona sometimes behaves like a feminist (as when she effortlessly uses martial arts against Robin Hood and his Merry Men), it is implied that most of the characters are Christians as the gingerbread man says "God Bless Us Everyone" (a reference to the character Tiny Tim in A Christmas Carol). The gospel song "I'm a Believer" at the end of the feature, and the scene where Shrek and Fiona are silently upset about being separated has the version of "Hallelujah" by Leonard Cohen. Robin Hood is a secondary antagonist, but he is at least implied to be based on the infamous revisionist version by Joseph Ritson that was made in solidarity to the Jacobins during the French Revolution). Lord Farquaad, intended to be based on Liberal Disney CEO Michael Eisner (which adds to the whole film's existence as a reverent parody of Disney fairytale animation conventions), is likewise a lampoon of materialism because he only desires Fiona's marriage so he can officially become the King of Duloc. Finally, shortly after Farquaad meets his end at the jaws of Donkey's dragon love interest, Donkey jokes about Hollywood values: "Celebrity marriages, they never last, do they?"||$484.4 million|
|Shrek 2||2004||PG||The sequel to the above film. On the one hand, aside from DreamWorks being liberal, there are some jokes that could be interpreted as promoting gender confusion (such as the revelation that Pinocchio was wearing women's underwear while he and the other fairy tale creatures save Shrek and Donkey from imprisonment). On the other hand, there is also an anti-racism message for the film, since Fiona's father, the king of Far Far Away, is initially distrusting of Shrek largely due to the latter's Ogre status, and eventually comes to accept him upon realizing Fiona does truly love him, even going as far as to save his son-in-law from Fairy Godmother at the end, and the main villain, Fairy Godmother, is explicitly racist against Shrek for his species, insisting that "Ogres do not get happy endings" repeatedly. Also like the prior movie, it has a more anti-materialist message, as Fairy Godmother as well as her son, Prince Charming, both only intended to use Fiona in order to gain control over Far Far Away, similar to Lord Farquaad in the preceding movie. It also has a redemption message in the form of Puss in Boots, who initially was hired to kill Shrek, but after Shrek spares him, he ultimately became a loyal ally to Shrek, even willingly holding off several soldiers to allow Shrek and Donkey (who at that time had been transfigured into a handsome man and a white stallion, respectively) enough time to stop Prince Charming and Fairy Godmother from having Fiona "wed" the former (due to thinking that Fiona ingested a brainwashing serum inside her tea that had been laced on Fairy Godmother's orders). Also has a degree of anti-feminist messaging due to Fairy Godmother clearly adhering to the feminist view on things.||$919.8 million|
|The Simpsons Movie||2007||PG-13||Portrays the liberal EPA as a villainous and devious agency, and portrays the Government in general as intrusive and corrupt, and also features a key element of the story where Homer attempts to redeem himself of his more unpleasant nature, and Flanders' attempts at helping the Simpson family, in particular Bart, are treated positively. On the other hand, it also promotes environmentalism in the beginning, and also had Arnold Schwartzenegger as the president of the United States despite his legally not being eligible for the presidency due to being Austrian. There is also a brief sight gag where two homosexual policemen proceeded to make out in an alley by the motel the Simpson family was hiding at, with Marge narrowly escaping being spotted by them. In addition, the early part of the film has Homer twice making statements that implied a more atheistic outlook relating to Christianity: The first just as the Simpsons arrive at Church while running late where Homer mouths off "Relax, those pious morons are too busy talking to their phony-baloney God."; the second when Abraham Simpson ends up getting a divinely inspired vision about Springfield's potential future, where Homer, consulting the bible in a panic, yells "I can't! This book has no answers!" Overall, it's as debatable in terms of its Conservativism as the TV show it acted as a movie for.||$183,135,014|
|Soul Man||1986||PG-13||A white student cheats the affirmative action system, by pretending to be black in order to get the scholarship he needs for to pay for Harvard. Towards the end, it is revealed he took the scholarship away from someone who needed it as well (and is really black) because she has a son and is divorced at such a young age. The movie portrays the police as racist, and blames racism on many things, and seems to support the need for affirmative action. But on a conservative note, the film teaches the importance of hard work, and is also politically incorrect.||$27,820,000|
|Starship Troopers||1997||R||Although it overall depicts the Military in a protagonistic light and arguably is pro-war and pro-military, the director of the film, Paul Verhoeven, implied it was actually supposed to push an anti-military, anti-war message where it implied that America during the Cold War were automatically fascists simply because they are entering war, and specifically stated it was "a natural evolution for post-World War II America." In addition, to reinforce Verhoeven's message, he deliberately modeled various scenes after Triumph of the Will and other pro-Nazi propaganda scenes, as well as modeled the protagonists' uniforms after the uniforms utilized by the Nazis (i.e., the character Carl, played by Neil Patrick Harris, wearing a uniform that was modeled after the SS). When asked by Michael Ironside, who was one of the people who had a role in the movie and had read the original book, about why he made the movie despite Verhoeven's leftist politics, he answered "If I tell the world that a right-wing, fascist way of doing things doesn't work, no one will listen to me. So I'm going to make a perfect fascist world: everyone is beautiful, everything is shiny, everything has big guns and fancy ships, but it's only good for killing ******* bugs!" (note that fascism is not "right wing", it is left wing, so Verhoeven's incorrect regarding which wing the Nazis/fascists were part of).||$54,814,377|
|Sudden Death||1995||R||Disgraced firefighter now becomes a laughingstock fire marshal uncovers a terrorist plot, at a Hockey game, plans to redeem himself and protect his children and the Vice President from said terrorists. However, they're not Islamic, which may have been because the film was trying to be politically correct.||$20,350,171|
|Super||2010||R||Main character becomes a superhero after a vision from God. He also frequently turns to prayer and a Christian television show for guidance. Even though his wife leaves him for a drug dealer, he remains loyal to her for the whole movie. Although contains foul language, violence, and brief nudity scenes.||$327,716|
|S.W.A.T||2003||PG-13||Film adaptation of the conservative TV show from the 70's does still share the same pro-law enforcement messages, but has a female character named Chris (played by Michelle Rodriguez) who was never in the television show. Which some may point out was only put there to be more "progressive" and promote feminism.||$116,934,650|
|Team America: World Police||2004||R||While it is clearly pro-military, pro-America, and anti-Hollywood (notably, there was a scene where Michael Moore had a cameo as a suicide bomber, with his death being made especially graphic by stuffing his dummy with ham as revenge towards his "A Short History on America" segment from Bowling for Columbine that falsely attributed the creators of the film to the segment.), the movie is riddled with liberal values, including toilet humor and vulgar language throughout. Also, in the movie's foul-mouthed theme song, it favors abortion, slavery, pornography, and Democrats, while having no positive reaction to Republicans. Penned by the creators of South Park and The Book of Mormon musical.||$32,786,074|
|The Terminator||1984||R||Takes the side of humanity in this man vs machine battle. However, it is anti-war, anti-Capitalist and comes from liberal atheist James Cameron, in which he imagines the military being the cause of the downfall of man.||$78.3 million|
|Terminator 2: Judgement Day||1991||R||The second film in the Terminator Franchise by Liberal director James Cameron. While it does have anti-war and anti-capitalist themes, and also dabbles in pro-feminist views via Sarah Connor's change in overall character, it is also pro-family. John Connor reconnects with his mother and the Terminator who serves as his protector becomes like a father to him, so much so that John cries when the Terminator chooses to sacrifice himself to ensure that Skynet would never be built.||$523.7 million|
|Titanic||1997||PG-13||Every life had value and the most powerful men gave up their seats on lifeboats to women and children first; the media and a young RINO are rightly criticized; broke the record in movie revenues. However, it also gave some hints at a pro-socialist view, and a key scene involving Rose being drawn in the nude is invocative of pornography.||$600,779,824|
|Top Gun||1986||PG (Should be PG-13)||While it does portray the US military in a positive light and the Soviets in a negative light, it also depicts pre-marital sex with the main character Pete "Maverick" Mitchell having sex with the female instructor Charlotte "Charlie" Blackwood. By contrast, Maverick's RIO Nick "Goose" Bradshaw is shown to be a family man with a wife and son. The senior officer Mike "Viper" Metcalf is also shown to have a family. Kelly McGillis, who plays Blackwood is openly homosexual. The movie also has a Volleyball scene which contains potential homoerotic subtext.||$356.8 million|
|Trainspotting||1996||R||It's been debatable if the film is anti-drug.||$16,491,080|
|Transformers: Dark of the Moon||2011||PG-13||The film has an implicit denouncement of illegal immigration, due to the main villain, Sentinel Prime, tricking the protagonists into allowing for more Transformers to take over Earth as well as forcing them to recreate Cybertron. Also has a bit of a condemnation on feminism, as the current head of the Sector 6, a female, is depicted in a fairly negative light, and takes offense to being called a woman despite Sam Witwicky's girlfriend innocently pointing out that this is in fact her gender. On the other hand, it depicts Barack Obama and Republicans in a positive and negative light, respectively, and one of the main villains is a Capitalist.||$1.124 billion|
|The Twilight Saga||2008-2012||PG-13||Mocks public school culture and promotes abstinence until marriage, traditional courtship, and the pro-life movement, but it glorifies vampires and werewolves in a way that doesn't attack Christianity but is still incompatible with Christianity. The star, Kristen Stewart, is a liberal who has made remarks insulting the U.S. Military.||$1,365,922,346|
|U-571||2000||PG-13||Had a plot which was based on the first capture of a German Enigma machine in World War Two. Despite the film being patriotic to America, the facts are wrong as the Enigma machine was captured by the British in 1941 prior to the Americans entering the war.||$77,122,415|
|U.N. Me||2009||Although it utilizes several of the same methods as Michael Moore's schlockumentaries, it nonetheless does expose the very corrupt nature of the United Nations.|
|Van Helsing||2004||PG-13||Thanks to Hollywood values, Van Helsing isn't portrayed as the Christian character he should be, but the film still gets its good vs. evil message across. As well as portraying the Catholic Church, and Christianity in a positive light. The director Stephen Sommers has made conservative films The Mummy Returns and G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra though.||$120,177,084|
|Wall-E||2008||G||The movie shows the dangers of big government (BNL), however it is also anti-capitalist and pro-environmentalism as BNL is a corporation.||$223,808,164|
|The Way We Were||1973||PG||Unique in the way that it appears liberal to liberals while unintentionally sending a conservative message to young women. Stars uber-liberal Barbra Streisand.||$49,919,870|
|We're the Millers||2013||R||A drug dealer, stripper, runaway, and average loser pretend to be a family to sneak marijuana out of Mexico. However, they learn the value and importance of family. The villains of the movie are all drug gang men, the film also features a stripper scene, and whether or not the film is anti-drug in the end is debatable.||$150,394,119|
|Who Framed Roger Rabbit||1988||PG (Should be PG-13)||A loose live-action/animation adaptation on the book Who Censored Roger Rabbit? by Gary Wolf. On the one hand, the movie contains many innuendos and crude humor, the antagonist Judge Doom is a capitalist, and the relationship between a toon rabbit and a toon human may be seen as promoting bestiality. On the other hand, the movie depicts marital fidelity in a positive light, as initial signs of Jessica Rabbit's infidelity are in fact part of the antagonist's plot and in reality she actually cares very deeply about her husband (it should also be noted that in the book the film was based on, Jessica was extremely unfaithful to Roger Rabbit, and enjoyed being a porn star, even outright using Roger for stardom. Later additions to the story altered this characterization to be closer to the film and had the initial version be part of a nightmare Jessica had). The film also contains an anti-alcoholism message not present in the original novel in which Eddie Valiant becomes a heavy drinker after the death of his brother (in the original novel, Eddie was just a drinker and didn't have a brother) but eventually pours the alcohol out of the flask that he carries in his holster.
The film also has an anti-prejudice message done right. Prejudice against toons was used as an allegory for historic racism (the film is set in 1946, when systemic racism was actually still relevant). Eddie's prejudice against toons, however, was more personal: a toon killed his brother. Getting to know Roger and Jessica Rabbit is what changes his mind about toons and Roger helps him get his sense of humor back.
|Yours Mine and Ours||2005||PG||A remake to the 1968 film of the same name (itself derived from Helen Beardsley's then-in-development autobiography Who Gets the Drumstick?), the film is about a widower father of a conservative family who marries a widowed mother of a liberal family. Their two difference lifestyles contradict with each other, and the film does not really pick a side of on whose lifestyle is better. However, it does have a scene where the liberal kids outsmart the conservative kids (By tricking them into thinking there is a fire and then getting to use the bathrooms to themselves). Also, has a scene where the kids work together and use conservative tactics to end bullying without the help of an authority figure. In the end, the kids learn to put their differences aside and realize that family is what matters more.||$53,412,862|
Debatable Whether Great
|10 to Midnight||1983||R||Charles Bronson plays Leo Kessler, a cop trying to catch a serial killer rapist, while the bureaucrats do everything to defend him. The film feels like a poor man's Dirty Harry and many critics pointed out that Charles Bronson seemed to be playing a clone of his former character Paul Kersey from the Death Wish franchise.||$7,175,592|
|A Good Day to Die Hard||2013||R||Although the previous Die Hard movies were largely politically neutral, this film portrays the CIA in a positive light, and both the main and surprise villains are unrepentant, anti-American former Soviet Communists who intended to access Cold War-era weapons grade uranium and sell them on the black market. Plus, the film is pro-family due to John McClain trying to reconnect with his son Jack. Despite this, it was largely a box office failure, and it has fairly weak story elements.||$304.7 million|
|Aladdin and the King of Thieves||1996||G||Was another entry into then-Disney CEO Michael Eisner's infamous Direct to Video sequel line, and as such also has evidence of it being poorly made. But on the other hand, it also has similar themes to Return of Jafar regarding forgiveness and redemption in regards to the titular character. It also is notable as having a pro-traditional marriage message due to Aladdin and Jasmine's wedding factoring into a large part of the plotline, with it also being implied that the kingdom of Agrabah may have held Coptic Christianity as its main religion, one of the few Disney productions during this time to feature such a message on marriage since The Little Mermaid back in 1989. In addition, it ultimately is pro-fatherhood in the form of Cassim, the titular king of thieves, who was Aladdin's father, and while the central antagonist, he is nonetheless depicted in a more sympathetic light as he became the King of Thieves simply so he could provide for his family, and ultimately was redeemed in the ending of the film.|
|Armageddon||1998||PG-13||Though this film promotes patriotism and mocks environmentalism, the overall plot is fairly nonsensical and the action sequences bombastic. Bruce Willis even won the Razzie award for Worst Actor for making this movie, and this movie also received six other Razzie nominations, though it didn't win any.||$201 million|
|Auschwitz||2011||R||Isn't politically correct on the topic of gun control as Nazi officers are seen shooting Jewish citizens and forcing them into concentration camps. However, its low budget and poor production value really hurts the film.|
|Battle Los Angeles||2011||PG-13||Pro-military, but alien invasion plot has gone stale in this day and age.||$83,552,429|
|Battleship||2012||PG-13||The U.S. military may be depicted positively, but the overused alien invasion plot and the fact that it's based on a board game really makes it hard to consider good.||$65,422,625|
|The Black Cauldron||1985||PG||The film has some subtle Christian messages, as the Horned King, the main antagonist who tries to gain the Black Cauldron to rule the world, is depicted in a very Satanic light, and the character Gurgi ultimately sacrifices himself in order to stop the Horned King, eventually being revived shortly thereafter. Also shows a promotion of the concept of being humble, as Taran still considers himself a pig herder even with his role in saving the world. However, the film was a massive box office bomb, with a large part of the reason for it being underperforming being due to both the dark elements of the film, especially for a Disney-made film, and due to a huge amount of footage (at least ten minutes worth) being cut from the film by then-Chairman of Disney Animation Jeffrey Katzenberg.||$21.3 million|
|Blood Freak||1972||NC-17||This cult horror film stars a Vietnam veteran named Herschell who is tempted by a young Christian girl's marijuana-addicted sister to smoke a joint himself, then hallucinates himself going on a killing spree. Once free from his hallucinations, Herschell is rehabilitated and finds God. Overall, the film stands up for Christianity and against drugs but focuses more on the spectacle of violence than creating well-rounded characters and a coherent storyline.||$25,000|
|The Brave One||2007||R||Although it stands up for the freedoms guaranteed by the Second Amendment, its plot is almost identical to Death Wish.||$36,793,804|
|Brother Bear||2003||G||In Ice Age Alaska, an Inuit teenager named Kenai kills a bear out of revenge, believing that it caused the death of his oldest brother Sitka. The spirits that his people worship are displeased and turn him into a bear, and he has to journey to a magic mountain to change back, bonding with a bear cub named Koda along the way. Family and friendship values are promoted in this movie in many years. One example is with Kenai and his brothers; they may argue and fool around, but they ultimately care for each other. Kenai also comes to care for the bear cub Koda, even willing to stay as a bear at the end of the movie to be with Koda. Even Rutt and Tuke - the comic-relief moose brothers - ultimately love each other, no matter how much they rattle each other's antlers. Revenge is rightly frowned upon, with Kenai's surviving brother Denahi warning him against killing the bear in revenge; when Kenai finds out later that the bear he killed was Koda's mother, he feels genuine remorse for his actions and soon after admits to Koda what he had done. Unfortunately, the movie is critically panned and was the fourth-to-last traditionally animated Disney film, though the movie (and to a lesser extent, its 2006 sequel) still has a place in the hearts of its audience.||$85,336,277|
|Camelot||1967||G||The famous jousting scene is a powerful display of Christianity, chivalry, and other virtues, but the movie seems lost afterward.||$31,102,578|
|Carnosaur||1993||R||The villain is an environmentalist who believes that the earth was made for the dinosaurs, so he tries to wipe out the human race and allow dinosaurs to reclaim the Earth as their own. However, the film is considered a copy of Jurassic Park.||$1,753,979|
|Captain America||1990||PG-13||As implied by the title, the Marvel Comics adapdation gets its patriotic message across. However, due to a low budget, poor production values, and disjointed editing, the film becomes tedious and sometimes laughable. It would be twenty-one years before another adaptation of the conservative superhero's adventures would be made.||$10,173|
|Collateral Damage||2002||R||Arnold Schwarzenegger stars in this pro-War on Terror (released shortly after 9/11 no less) film were he avenges his family after a terrorist attack. However, the story feels formulaic. Even though the film was made and completed before the September 11 attacks, it was set for an October 2001 release and then pushed back four months.||$40,077,257|
|Commando||1985||R||Former Republican California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger stars as former Delta Force leader John Matrix as he rescues his daughter from Communist insurgents (and the freelance soldier working for them, a former colleague of Matrix's who was fired from Delta Force for brutality) who plan to bring Communism back to their now liberated country. Despite this celebration of family, the action is goofy and cheesy, making it an unintentional comedy.||$35,100,000|
|Dune||1984||PG-13||An adaptation of the Frank Hebert novel of the same name by David Lynch. Homosexuality is depicted in an extremely negative light in the film without any instance of political correctness in the form of the main villain, Baron Vladimir Harkonnen, who not only rapes and murders a [male] sex slave by removing a heart plug in one of the film's most notable scenes, but the character himself is depicted as possessing huge amounts of pustules and sores that are reminiscent of those found on those suffering from AIDS (which was a prevalent pandemic at the time the movie was in production), and is also depicted as being emotionally and mentally unbalanced. That being said, however, it showed extremely poor production elements.||$30.9–37.9 million|
|Ernest Goes to Camp||1987||PG||Ernest P. Worrell (played by the late Republican actor Jim Varney) is a camp counselor put in charge of a group of Juvenile convicts from a corrective institute. Ernest manages to change the boys' ways by showing unconditional love, despite their reputations. In this, the film shows the conservative values of loving your enemy, with Ernest being the only one in camp who is nice to the boys. However, like most movies in the Ernest series, the humor is very campy and juvenile, and its clearly a kids movie.||$23,500,000|
|The Fallen Ones||2005||NR (TV movie)||The film portrays demons in a very negative light and teaches Judeo-Christian principles, but the production was so low-quality that it comes across at times as being very cheesy.||N/A (TV movie)|
|G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra||2009||PG-13||This live-action adaptation of the conservative cartoon from the 1980s is nevertheless a disappointment largely due to the acting, directing, screenplay, nonsensical action, and mediocre visual effects. The film followed by an equally forgettable sequel in 2013. This led to the franchise being rebooted in 2020.||$150,201,498|
|Godzilla||2014||PG-13||The film does warn against the consequences of playing God because it's about a scientist who accidentally creates a destructive reptilian monstrosity, but it is poorly made regardless. The idea of seeing the destitution from a soldier's point of view works on paper, but the characters are too underdeveloped, Godzilla is barely on camera, and the scenes of destruction (what first made the Godzilla films famous) are practically missing.||$200,676,069|
|The Haunting||1999||PG-13||A remake of the 1963 film of the same name. While that film was politically neutral, the remake does feature an anti-feminism message as our female protagonist Nell acts like a motherlike figure to ghost children who are trapped in purgatory due to an evil ghost named Hugh Crain. As a mother, she literally sacrifices herself to Crain to help the children to move on to heaven (i.e. sacrificing her own needs for the good of her children). The film also acknowledges that heaven & hell exist as before Crain is defeated Nell says a one liner "purgatory's over, you go to hell". That being said, the film does choose style over substance (the exact opposite of what the film it's remaking did) and the 1990s CGI has aged poorly.||$91,411,151|
|Hellboy||2019||R||The reboot of the 2004 film of the same name. This Hollywood production is one of the few to portray neo-paganism as evil. That being said, the story, inconsistent tone, and unnecessary gore make the film appalling and nauseating.||$44 million|
|Hercules||1997||G||Loosely based on the Greco-Roman myth of the demigod strongman Hercules, this Disney animation has some Christian messages like honoring one's father and the triumph of good over evil. In addition, contrary to how he is depicted in regular mythology, Zeus's characterization in the film was closer to that of the Biblical God. Unlike the original myth, in which Hercules was born as a result of Zeus's infamous womanizing actions with mortal women and Hera hated him due to this, Hercules in this film is the actual offspring between Zeus and Hera, putting family values first. Plus, he is raised a mortal this time because the main villain, Hades, has his minions abduct the then-infant Hercules and feed him a potion that drains him of virtually all of his godly potential in order to assassinate him and prevent him from striking down Hades in the future. Another reason why family is a major theme is that Hercules' disappearance greatly devastates both Zeus and Hera, and Zeus, upon learning that Hercules was alive, is greatly overjoyed to learn of his son's survival and admits he is his father. Lastly, the main villain, Hades, while humorous, is nonetheless depicted in a satanic light, and was reported to be based on former Disney animation chairman and staunch liberal Jeffrey Katzenberg. However, it underperformed in theaters and with critics.||$252.7 million|
|Home Alone 2: Lost in New York||1992||PG||In the sequel to the first Home Alone, Kevin McCallister is once again accidentally separated from his family while being laid over in New York City and must be self-reliant to survive. He takes advantage of an opportunity to save a children's charity from being robbed by the Wet Bandits from the previous film, using man-made traps against them once more with some modifications. Donald Trump makes a brief, positive cameo, too, to help Kevin navigate his way through the Plaza Hotel. Family values return as Kevin once again wishes his family away but then misses them. Kate's maternal instinct returns as well because she is determined to find Kevin, even when others tell her there is no hope. Kate once again finds help from a charitable, sympathetic person (in this case, an NYPD officer), who helps her by bringing her to Rockefeller Center, where she finds Kevin. However, it was not as well-received as the first film: most of the criticism was directed towards the fact that it recycles most of the story elements of the previous film.||$359 million|
|Home Alone 3, 4, and 5||1997, 2002, 2012||PG||Installments 3 and 5 in these sequels to the Christmas classic Home Alone do not involve the original cast, while the fourth only features part of the original cast. They each have a similar story and themes to the original, with the third featuring Communist North Korea and terrorism in a negative light since the antagonists are internationally wanted hitmen tied to North Korea. However, they were nowhere near as popular as the first two because they are considered lesser versions of the originals.||$30,882,515, N/A straight to DVD, Made for TV Film|
|How the Grinch Stole Christmas||2000||PG||A live-action remake of the animated TV adaptation of the Dr. Seuss book of the same name. Overall, the film promoted many of the same themes as in the special and book, and also expanded on the implied redemptive themes of the special by revealing that the Grinch's hatred of Christmas dealt with being bullied, and ultimately overcoming that past and learning to enjoy Christmas. That all being said, however, the film suffered from production problems where studio heads forced in some raunchy, age-inappropriate jokes into the storyline, in spite of both director Ron Howard and Jim Carrey's insistence that they keep the film family friendly (and in the case of the latter, was careful to keep any ad-libbed humor family friendly) that ultimately harmed the quality of the film. This, alongside the Worst Liberal Movie Live Action Adaptation of another Dr. Seuss story, The Cat in the Hat, doubling down on many of the aforementioned raunchy elements and pushing more left-wing material, eventually resulted in the Seuss estate placing a ban on Live Action adaptations of various Dr. Seuss stories.|
|It Takes Two||1995||PG||Twins Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen star as two unrelated but identical-looking girls who try to get one's father and the other's social worker to fall in love. Though It Takes Two teaches how important it is for a family to have a mother and a father, it has been criticized for having too similar a story to The Parent Trap.||$19,474,589|
|Jack and Jill||2011||PG||Adam Sandler stars as both Jack and his "identical twin sister" Jill in this family comedy that features pro-capitalism and pro-family values. That aside, Jack and Jill is an aggressively poorly acted (apart from a strangely committed performance from Al Pacino), poorly written, poorly directed film with an appalling premise (the idea of a man having an "identical twin sister" is nightmarish at best) that received overwhelmingly negative reception from critics and audiences alike, who often called it the worst film of 2011. At the 32nd Golden Raspberry Award ceremony in 2012, Jack and Jill "won" in all twelve categories, even beating the liberal propaganda piece Battlefield Earth.||$149,673,788|
|Kidnap||2017||R||Mother Karla Dyson stops at nothing to save her kidnapped child. The plot, while supportive of family and traditional motherhood roles, has been already seen in other conservative films such as Prisoners, Ransom, and Taken.|
|The Land Before Time sequels||1994-2016||G||The films deal with various conservative themes such as reconciliation, anti-racism, family values, friendships being important, and the like. That being said, however, the films' actual quality and their being direct to video sequels tend to leave much to be desired regarding the plotlines.||N/A (Direct to Video)|
|Lady and the Tramp 2||2001||G||Lady and Tramp’s son, runs away to join the Junkyard dogs (a clear allegory for criminals), where he Angel, who encourages him to return home after realizing he has a family. Also the film takes place within the Independence Day holiday, making it what might be the only Disney film to acknowledge and celebrate this patriotic holiday. However this film like most Disney sequels went straight to video.||N/A (Direct to Video film)|
|Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole||2010||PG||In a world where owls live in different kingdoms, young barn owl Soren grows up inspired by the Guardians of Ga'Hoole, knightly owls who perform noble deeds. One night, he and his brother Kludd are snatched away from home while practicing flying, taken to a facility that forces owlets to build a contraption for world domination for the Pure Ones. Escaping with an intelligent elf owl named Gylfie, Soren goes to find the Great Ga'Hoole tree (meeting friends like eccentric burrowing owl Digger and boisterous great gray owl Twilight) and warn its guardians of the danger awaiting their kingdom. Like the Guardians of Ga'Hoole books the movie is based on, the movie shows friendship and a story of good and evil in a positive light, where the Guardians fight for the security and freedom of their home and the other owl kingdoms against the tyranny of the Pure Ones (which are barn owl supremacists). It also condemns abandoning family, for Kludd is easily won over to the Pure Ones side due to falling for the High Tyto Metal Beak's queen, Nyra, abandoning Soren to be forced to work alongside the other brainwashed owlets while he becomes a soldier in their army. Another case is Kludd going so far as to kidnap his baby sister and brainwash her for Metal Beak's cause, both shown in a horrible light. While the old veteran owl Ezylryb believes that war is harsh and ugly (the books reveal that it's because his wife was killed in the line of duty during the War of the Ice Claws), he is later shown to valiantly fight alongside his fellow Guardians in battle. However, the movie does suffer from rather weak storytelling.||$55,675,313|
|Leonard Part 6||1987||PG||The villain is a militant vegan who plans to destroy the human race, but there are a number of confusing or outright silly plot points such as Bill Cosby's character Leonard Parker being tortured by lobsters, a henchman having his head blow up after eating a hot dog, and Cosby riding an ostrich like a horse, just to name a few. Even though he produced and wrote it, Bill Cosby has disowned the film and even begged people not to see it.||$4,615,255|
|The Lion King||2019||PG||This photorealistic CGI remake of the 1994 film The Lion King - directed by the same director as 2016's The Jungle Book - contains the same messages as the original film, from faith and heroism to honoring one's father. Totalitarian rule is shown as negative in the form of Scar, who makes an alliance with the hyenas to take over the Pride Lands and overhunts alongside them (which is also a condemnation of poaching); this sets him up as an opposite to Mufasa when the latter earlier says, "While others search for what they can take, a true king searches for what he can give." Similarly, the movie expands upon the overhunting element from the original movie by revealing it had been done deliberately on Scar's orders, both to cull the numbers to ensure he remained on top as well as out of spite for Sarabi refusing to be his queen, showcasing even more blatantly the negatives of megalomania and such being etched into totalitarian ideologies such as Communism. Hakuna Matata is also a lot more nihilistic in this remake, Timon and Pumbaa explaining how life is a "meaningless line of indifference", until Simba finally manages to shake it off and take responsibility. That being said, the movie suffers from flaws like faces not being expressive enough to several important parts of the original being removed. A sequel is currently in the works.||$543,638,043|
|The Lion King II: Simba's Pride||1998||G||In the sequel to the great conservative animation The Lion King, protagonist Simba and his wife Nala are now raising a daughter of their own, Kiara, but Simba has exiled those lions in his pride who were loyal to his late evil uncle Scar, dubbing them "Outlanders". Tensions rise when Kiara falls in love with an Outlander. Although made during the infamous Michael Eisner era and was part of that era's direct to video sequel line, it also features the same pro-family and Christian messaging as in the original movie. Also features a condemnation against parental neglect/abuse and infanticide, as the main antagonist Zira frequently neglects one of the other antagonists, her eldest son Nuka (who is implied to be the actual male offspring for Scar unlike Kovu), and ultimately gets killed trying to win over her favor; and late in the film, when Vitani takes Kiara's words to heart and joins with the pride landers, Zira proceeds to threaten to kill her daughter in turn, which results in the remainder of the Outlanders proceeding to defect to the Pride Lands out of disgust towards the threat to her own daughter.||N/A (Direct to Video film)|
|The Little Mermaid: Ariel's Beginning||2008||G||The last of the Direct to Video sequels before an embargo was placed upon them largely due to the negative reception to the sequels. The overall plot, acting as a prequel to the original film, deals with letting go of the past and moving forward, and also honoring your parents, as Ariel's reason for bringing back music to Atlantica was because she realized her deceased mother, Queen Athena, would never have wanted music to be banned. Also has some condemnation towards totalitarianism as King Triton, due to his grief of his wife's untimely death, proceeded to enforce big government style control over the kingdom, which was not depicted in a positive light at all. That said, however, the film also conflicted with several plot details regarding the later film (namely, Ariel desiring to become human and frequently disobeying her father to pursue that dream being left out entirely, and Ariel's sisters' birth order being swapped around from what was implied in the Daughters of King Triton musical number), and overall downplays the anti-misanthropy messages the original film had.||N/A (Direct to Video film)|
|The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea||2000||G||Although it to some extent retreads the plotline of the conservative film The Little Mermaid and was part of the infamous direct-to-video sequel line of the Michael Eisner era, it has a similar pro-family message and depicts the villain in a truly horrific light (such as trying to murder the main protagonist, a child, twice, once while she was a baby which acted as the primary reason why her parents, Ariel and Eric from the first film, went to great lengths to prevent her from learning about her heritage or even allowing her into the sea, and the other time when she was 12). It condemns parental neglect, too, because the main villain in question, Morgana, is largely motivated by being neglected by her mother over her elder sister, the previous main villain Ursula, which was most showcased in the special edition re-release via the added in song "Gonna Get My Wish."||N/A (Direct to Video film)|
|The Lord of the Rings||1978||PG||This early attempt to bring J. R. R. Tolkien conservative text to the silver screen still stands up for friendship, bravery, honor, sacrifice etc., but the animation (and pretty much everything else) has aged very poorly. Was remade into a live action trilogy in 2001-2003.||$30,471,420|
|Max Keeble's Big Move||2001||PG||Similar to Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the film showcases the public school system in a more negative light, due to one of the teachers letting one of the bullies, Dobbs, get away with stealing lunch money and later the same teacher punishing Max Keeble with a significantly and unreasonably large essay about rules for being tardied despite it being obvious that the only reason he was late was because one of the bullies, Troy McGinty, forced him into a swirly (due to his being dripping wet when he entered), as well as the principal of the school, Elliot Jindrake, who also acts as one of the main antagonists, explicitly hating children and only putting up with the school so he could get promoted to superintendent, as well as explicitly embezzling the school's budget, and also proceeding to punish Max for turning up late for an auditorium event even when, similar to the swirly incident mentioned above, it was very obvious that he only ended up late because McGinty proceeded to, in a similar manner to a cooking show, humiliate him by throwing him into a mud pool, putting saw dust on him, and then forcing him into a dumpster (due to his being littered with trash when he walked in). It also has a bit of an anti-socialist message due to the Evil Ice Cream Man being implied at one point to be a socialist (due to his insulting fellow antagonist Dobbs as a "capitalist tool.") and, as indicated by his nom de guerre, was not depicted in a positive light. Also has an allegory for the liberal elements of modern-day journalism as well, due to two of the characters who worked for the school yearbook proceeding to make events out to be even worse than they actually are (such as titling the first day as "Sheep Arrive for Slaughter"), not to mention usually uses the opportunity to actually photograph events of bullying rather than actually making any attempt to prevent it. Despite that, however, it largely was criticized for being bland and unoriginal, at least among adults, including some critics citing it as being too similar to Ferris Bueller's Day Off.||$18.6 million|
|The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor||2008||PG-13||Still has the same pro-family message, along with a Mao-like rogue army as the side villains. That being said, however, it was a box office bomb that caused the movie franchise to be cancelled despite leaving a hint at a sequel at the end, and there was also evidence of it being poorly made.||$102,491,776|
|The Patriot||2000||R||Mel Gibson plays Benjamin Martin; a patriot and a father that fights for American freedom during the American Revolution. Although it promotes America in a positive light and promotes patriotism, the film alongside several other films released around the same time (such as Hollow Man, The Animal, A Knight's Tale, and Vertical Limit), was also involved in a scandal by Sony Pictures where fake reviews by a fictitious reviewer named David Manning were made as a form of movie marketing, as well as being involved in a scandal about how various trailers had Sony using employees posing as moviegoers to go see the film and give excellent reviews.||$215,294,342|
|Pearl Harbor||2001||PG-13||This military action film gets its patriotic message across, but the directing, screenplay, acting, romance among the three leads, and the overall historically inaccurate portrayal one of the most horrific, tragic moments in world history for the sake of copying James Cameron's 1997 film Titanic are questionable. Then again, director Michael Bay does have a history of favoring spectacle over substance most of the time.||$198,542,554|
|Pokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias||2002 (Japan)
|G||Like with 4Ever, it has some implicit pro-Christian messages, as after the villains proceeded to hijack an ancient doomsday weapon, Latios proceeded to sacrifice himself to save Alto Mare from destruction. However, it got very low box office records due to a limited release in America which ultimately led to most other Pokémon films after it to be released as direct to video features (with only the dual-feature fourteenth movie, White—Victini and Zekrom and Black—Victini and Reshiram, the 20th movie, Pokémon The Movie: I Choose You, and the 21st movie, The Power of Us, ever seeing releases in theaters outside Japan since then, and even then only as limited theatrical releases), and its Japanese premiere was, until the Japanese release of the movie Hoopa and the Clash of Ages, the worst performing Pokémon film ever.||$20.9 million|
|The Return of Jafar||1994 (VHS)
|G||It is the first of the infamous Direct to Video sequel era within Eisner's Disney, and has elements of very poor production values. On the other hand, the film has redemption and forgiveness as major themes of the story due to Iago, Jafar's henchman from the original film, ultimately embracing a change of heart and, after initially saving Aladdin simply so he could get into the palace, eventually proceeding to save Aladdin from Jafar twice with no expectation of a reward, and redeeming himself for betraying Aladdin out of cowardice. It also depicts people who steal from others for their own selfishness in a very negative light in the form of the co-villain Abis Mal.|
|The Return of the King||1980||UR||This early attempt to bring the third book of the conservative book saga The Lord of the Rings was plagued by low budget animation due to being a made-for-TV film.|
|Rise of the Guardians||2012||PG||Four immortal guardians appear as Christ-like creatures, who jobs are to protect those children who believe in them. Two of the guardians are Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny, based on Christian allegories. Also, contains a guardian leader known as "Man on Moon" a clear allegory for God. Despite this, however, the film was largely a box office failure despite making double of its $145 million budget due to its high production and marketing costs, being the first DreamWorks animated movie to lose money on a film since Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas. which ultimately served as one of the reasons why DreamWorks ended up laying off 350 employees.||$103,412,758|
|The Room||2003||R||This independent drama takes place in one room and explores the love triangle among an amiable banker, his deceptive fiancée, and his conflicted best friend. It teaches against alcoholism and adultery, showing the destructive nature of liberal values. However, The Room has been critically panned for its acting, screenplay, dialogue, production values, score, direction, cinematography, and handful of unrelated and unresolved subplots. Regardless of its low domestic gross from its initial theatrical run, it has done much better in recent re-screenings, becoming a cult classic of sorts.||$1800|
|Shrek the Third||2007||PG||The movie has a condemnation against totalitarian dictatorships and Hollywood values in the form of Prince Charming, who after recruiting various villains into aiding him in taking over Far Far Away, he had the kingdom become dystopic and forced the kingdom to watch a "play" he made as a subtle method of executing Shrek. In addition, it's also pro-family, as Shrek sought out Arthur, Fiona's cousin, to take the throne after her father died of an ailment and gives some heart-felt advice regarding taking up the responsibility, and Shrek ultimately resolves to be a father to his to-be-born kids after learning that Fiona was pregnant despite having misgivings regarding being a father due to his own experiences with his father (who nearly attempted to eat him). It also has condemnation of notions of revenge and has a redemption theme, as many of the villains ultimately gave up on being villains after Arthur convinced them not to be consumed by desires for revenge and seek their original goals. Despite this, however, the film had some very questionable production methods, and the plotline was fairly weak.||$799 million|
|The Santa Clause 2||2002||G||Promotes many of the same values as in The Santa Clause, namely pro-Christmas and pro-family, and also has a redemption and forgiveness theme as well. However, the plot is left somewhat weak.|
|The Santa Clause 3||2006||G||Like in the first two films, it promotes Christmas as well as family, and also has an anti-Envy message. However, the film returned poor sales, the overall plotline was very weak, and it was also criticized as only being made to make a quick buck.|
|Space Jam||1996||PG||Basketball star Michael Jordan uses the help of the Looney Tunes to beat back alien invaders from outer space who wish to take away their freedoms. Though the film hints at an anti-illegal immigration message, it suffers from messy animation and a lack of depth, and it is often cited as feeling more like a commercial than a film. A sequel called Space Jam: A New Legacy was released in 2021 starring pro-communist basketball star LeBron James.||$90,443,603|
|Stealth||2005||PG-13||The film is pro-military and pro-American, with the North Koreans being portrayed in a negative manner. Also shows government corruption in a negative light in the form of a Washington lobbyist and the treacherous CO of the protagonists. Also has hints at a pro-War on Terror message as well. That being said, however, the movie was a critical and financial bomb, reputed to be among the worst box office losses at the time.||$76 million|
|Superman Returns||2006||PG-13||America icon Superman is seen as an angel-like figure, who helps those in need. Also condemns to some extent the liberal values within the news media, as Lois Lane's Pulitzer prize was earned due to her making a scathing article on Superman and implying the world doesn't need him, and it's revealed she made the article due to being upset at Superman leaving her behind before the events of the film. It is also pro-family, as the arc words throughout the film with Jor-El telling baby Kal-El via flashback that, even though he himself will die from the destruction of Krypton, he will not leave Superman's side, and that they'll grow stronger as one, with Superman giving a similar speech to his and Lois's son in the ending, and in addition, Lois Lane's husband, Richard White, was shown to be very protective of his family, even going as far as to take a chopper to save them while Superman was incapacitated. However, the movie also had some controversy over the director Bryan Singer's homosexuality, and while it did initially receive positive reviews, it ultimately became negative overtime, and resulted in there not being another Superman film until 2013 with Man of Steel, which was treated as a reboot.||$200,081,192|
|Super Mario Bros.||May 28, 1993||PG||Loosely based on the classic video game series from Nintendo, two fraternal plumbers from Brooklyn, New York must rescue the younger's girlfriend from a parallel dimension ruled by humans descended directly from dinosaurs. The film may support the Second Amendment when an old lady, before mugging the brothers, explicitly states they need to have a weapon to survive on the streets of Dinohattan (a parody of Manhattan depicted as a lawless hellhole). Furthermore, the movie seems to condemn Communistic/fascistic big government in the form of King Koopa (a human-looking dictator loosely based on Bowser, the turtle-dragon hybrid who serves as the main villain of most Super Mario games). The aforementioned lawlessness of Dinohattan is heavily implied to be caused by King Koopa's using liberal values and big government (à la Scar from The Lion King) to grossly mismanage the location to such an extent that he and his minions ran out of resources after taking over Dinohattan via a coup and "reformed" it into a people's republic with false elections. To some extent, the movie condemns evolution and social Darwinism: although the backstory does involve dinosaurs evolving into humanoid creatures since they were sent to a separate dimension from that of humans, only the villains focus on this aspect and thus want to eliminate true humans.
All that aside, the film was largely panned and recouped less than half its budget at the box office, and it is considered one of the more infamous examples of the inherent difficulties of adapting a video game into a film. Effectively, Super Mario Bros. scared Nintendo into never allowing the West to make another film based on any one of its game franchises or letting Disney have any direct role in any of its franchises besides distributing games based on them, instead granting Universal Studios the rights to build a Nintendo theme park at Universal Studios Orlando; and it ruined the directorial careers of Rocky Morton and Annabel Jankel. Making the film took its toll on the actors, too, particularly Bob Hoskins (Mario), who stated in an interview years later that it was "…the worst thing I ever did", noting that he was stabbed four times, electrocuted, injured in one finger, and almost drowned during production. Likewise, in an autobiography, John Leguizamo (who played Luigi, Mario's younger brother) dedicates an entire chapter to the horrors of working on Super Mario Bros. and comments that he and Hoskins drank heavily during breaks to deal with the traumatic experience. Among the handful of editing errors is a specific shot that shows one of Koopa's guards slipping on slime that wasn't even present originally when the Mario Bros. revolted. This was the result of a deleted scene where Koopa, both due to his germophobic nature and as a further demonstration of the de-evolution chamber's properties, executes a technician by de-evolving him into primordial ooze for sneezing in his presence, explaining where the slime came from.
|Toy Soldiers||1991||R||Trouble making boys at a boarding school must wise up and fight as their school is taken over by terrorists. However, the script is weak and borrows elements of Die Hard and Red Dawn.||$15,073,942|
|Under Siege 2: Dark Territory||1995||R||Casey Ryback, while on a train with his niece, Sarah, gets caught in the middle of another hijacking as the train is taken over by ex-military American mercenaries led by Marcus Penn. Their employer, Travis Dane, is a former weapons designer who uses the train as a mobile base to hack into his creation, the WMD satellite Grazer One, and use it to destroy Washington DC. Dane and Penn are revealed to have an extensive network of contacts with America's worst enemies, who pay them lots of money for their terrorist activities and Dane is especially amoral and depraved. He is willing to destroy a chemical weapons plant in Guanzhou, China, killing thousands, just to demonstrate the power of his weapon. He then uses it to destroy an entire passenger airplane just to kill a customer's ex-wife for extra money.
The film overall depicts Ryback's heroism in a positive light and the villains' treachery and depravity in a negative light like the first movie. It also has a pro-family theme demonstrated by Casey's relationship with Sarah as well as Casey's regret for not making amends with his brother before his brother's death. However, it's very derivative of the first film, and also has an anti-WMD message with Grazer One and Tom Breaker's line "Sane people do not build weapons like this."
|The Wild||2006||G||The main moral is that character and strength comes from within, and that it does not matter where one comes from, to achieve this. This is also a pro-family film about a father of the lion who along with his animal friends goes to search for his son after he is accidentally taken away. The villains of the movie are wildebeests that are trying to change the food chain, by planning to eat the lions, and one could argue this could give the film anti-environmentalist message. However the movie did receive poor reviews, and the movie’s main plot about Central Park Zoo animals that go on adventures was unfavorably compared to the more successful and politically neutral animation film Madagascar which had been released the year before.||$37,384,046|
- This figure is a worldwide gross.
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- KAC Summary
"But Bill Clinton is the first president to spawn movies that feature fictional presidents functioning as his stand-ins, movies made by directors fighting to define, and redefine, his image.....Air Force One" is a fantasy of what it might take for President Clinton to become all things to all people. The movie's Clinton stand-in, President James Marshall (Harrison Ford, appropriately displaying the facial mobility of Mount Rushmore), is a leader who defies his timid advisors in his efforts to set policies against injustice and tyranny and is willing to take on Congress to enforce those policies. But this is a fantasy designed to silence Clinton's conservative critics, so not only is Jim Marshall a dedicated family man, but he's a Vietnam War hero to boot. There's a combo you can't beat, a guy who knows how to kill a Commie and keep his pecker in his pocket."
- Rothman, Lily (May 30, 2014). The Same Woman Wrote Maleficent and Beauty and the Beast—Here’s How They’re Linked. Retrieved on January 16, 2014.
- DVD Commentary: "Here's some more of our ham-fisted symbolism--Frollo falls down in the shape of a crucifix!"
- Gary Trousdale: We've always operated under the assumption that the gargoyles were kind of figments of Quasimodo's imagination. They didn't really move around, or did they? You know... Kirk Wise: Yeah, we like leaving a little bit of a question mark; kind of like Harvey the rabbit or Calvin and Hobbes. Gary Trousdale: They're inanimate when anybody else comes in the room. They don't talk to anybody else, except the goat. So that's here we kind of crossed the line a little bit. Kirk Wise: We like to keep it a little bit iffy.
- The original version of the film had no references at all to the Resurrection.
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