The films which I so bravely suggest here aren't lighthearted fare for sheeple to numb their slave-minds with. Instead these stories offer tools for real posi-action, information that will empower the proletariat down in the gutter with the rats and the uneducated garbage, where they are stepped on day after day of their miserable lives by imperial overlords who feed them cheeseburgers made out of non-biodegradable plastic.Note: While most of these aren't brand new they're still relevant, some even more so now.
First on the list, and at the top with a bullet, is The Corporation
. Everyone should go download the free "Filmmakers Official Download Edition" located RIGHT HERE
. It's as clear a message about whats wrong with the world as I've seen to date.
What's more: The Take
- Inspirational story about workers in Argentina running their own abandoned factories. Blueprint for revolution.The Cove
- Exposť about the ongoing Japanese dolphin massacre. Won an Oscar, but won't stop a thing till enough people see it. Food Inc.
- The terrifying story of how our very nourishment is being warped for profit and power. If you eat, you have to watch this.Capitalism: A Love Story
- I'm sure you have your own opinions on this, but it's worth watching.Endgame: Blueprint for Global Enslavement
- I seriously hesitate to add this, Alex Jones is a despicable, often batshit insane man, but there are some points here underneath that worth hearing.
Then some fun:Tyson
- A long form analysis of the real person behind the monster that is Mike Tyson. Fascinating and well made.The Kid Stays In The Picture
- If Robert Evans isn't one of your heroes or villains already, he will be after this. Based on Bob Odenkirk's performance as God.Heckler
- Mentioned on the show, and featuring our own beloved Paul F. Tompkins.
I also second what Hugman said, Encounters At The End of The World creates the most perfect relaxing feeling every time I watch it. Better even than that movie about the bugs that they play on the wall at raves.