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Bored... Can you guys think of some good liberty related movie to watch?


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I've watched lot of movies on there lately, because it's so darn easy...

So I've ran out of good movies I can think of...


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Fight Club.

Viva Zapata, The Wild Bunch.

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I went to the noon show for seven bucks. You know; The Ed Snowden story.
It was a fun watch. I knew most of the content that has been provided by social media, but the ending was especially striking as I was pretty clueless where things are heading and how fast. The popcorn was gone halfway through. It is too bad many will not get a chance to see it soon as it is only in select theaters.

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Watching an anti-Liberty movie can have the opposite effect.

Such a movie is "Executive Action" made in 1973. It's on youtube. Overlook the anomalies and mistakes in the film. It's the coldblooded coolness of political assassination that should be the focus. Watching Burt Lancaster, Robert Ryan, and Will Geer plot to assassinate JFK and to pin the crime on Oswald is chilling. Watching the practicing teams of snipers is even worse. Tyranny is on full display in this movie, and viewers should hopefully want the opposite after seeing it.
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by Ramin Bahrani

start with Goodbye Solo (2008)
Man Push Cart (2005)
Chop Shop (2007)

Porco Rosso Hayao Miyazaki anime - 1992

Porco Rosso (Kurenai no Buta)

anime film by Hayao Miyazaki - 1992

from an INDB review:

"Set in Fascist Italy in the late twenties, the story is about a cursed WWI Italian fighter pilot, Porco Rosso, doomed to live out his life in the form of a pig. He spends his leisure hours basking on his secluded private beach with his bright red monoplane. He makes his living by tangling with air pirates, collecting rewards for recovery of valuables.

Porco Rosso has a lot to deal with in this story. He has the pirates to contend with, a swashbuckling American mercenary looking for a good dogfight, an increasingly intrusive Fascist presence eyeing his activities, a finicky airplane, and two women in love with him. Other than the vaguely appearing Fascists, there are no real villains in the film."

Porco Rosso is the last of the independents - this flick absolutely rocks - especially if you're into vintage aircraft - flying boats, in particular.

One cautionary not: the English language voice acting for the lead role (Michael Keaton) is pathetic - if at all possible, watch it with the Japanese dialogue and English subtitles.


Japanese trailer:


a couple more

"Boxcar Bertha"

1972 - David Carradine and Barbara Hershey Directed by Martin Scorcese and
produced by Roger Corman

Based on a true story which took place in Missouri and Arkansas in the 1930's.

Hershey's father is killed in a crop dusting crash and she hooks up with Carradine
who is a union organizer in a dispute with a railroad. He ends up robbing the railroad.

Good acting, locations, story - especially since they shot the whole thing in about three weeks and made the whole film for something like 600 grand...

"White Lightning"

1973 Burt Reynolds

Burt Reynolds is a moonshine runner nearing release on a prison sentence in Arkansas when he finds out that his younger brother, a college student involved in some political activism by the sheriff of a rural county. Although it goes completely against his background, he agrees to help the Feds take down the sheriff by infiltrating into the local moonshine trade which the sheriff controls. He's accepted and befriended by the locals based on his reputation and driving skills. He doesn't want to harm anyone except the sheriff, who in some ways is fairly likeable, too.

Great car chases and resolution - there's a 1976 sequel called "Gator" too, but haven't seen that:




Ecclesiastes 1:9 What has been will be again,
what has been done will be done again;
there is nothing new under the sun.

Thanks for recommendation!

I never heard of the movie, looks interesting. Will be sure to watch it!

I don't know if it's "Liberty" oriented or not

But I recently re watched the movie "Shooter" . Good conspiracy movie about corrupt politicians. Has some good gun stuff, lots of action, good plot, pretty good cast (including Levon Helm ;-))... And it has a very satisfying ending. Highly recommended by me.

I'd rather have a bottle in front o' me than a frontal lobotomy

if you haven't already seen it

In 1931, the Bondurant brothers of Franklin County, Va., run a multipurpose backwoods establishment that hides their true business, bootlegging. Middle brother Forrest (Tom Hardy) is the brain of the operation; older Howard (Jason Clarke) is the brawn, and younger Jack (Shia LaBeouf), the lookout. Though the local police have taken bribes and left the brothers alone, a violent war erupts when a sadistic lawman (Guy Pearce) from Chicago arrives and tries to shut down the Bondurants operation.

Here's one if TPTB have their way.

The Hunger Games.

Tucker, The Man and His Dream


Based on a true story. Shortly after World War II, Preston Tucker is a grandiose schemer with a new dream, to produce the best cars ever made. With the assistance of Abe Karatz and some impressive salesmanship on his own part, he obtains funding and begins to build his factory. The whole movie also has many parallels with director Coppola's own efforts to build a new movie studio of his own. Written by Reid Gagle

When they tried to buy him, he refused. When they tried to bully him, he resisted. When they tried to break him, he became an American legend. The true story of Preston Tucker.

I just watched a great one:

Radio Free Albemuth

It's based on a Phillip K. Dick semi-autobiographical novel, and it's available on Netflix. Very libertarian.

“The welfare of the people in particular has always been the alibi of tyrants.” — Albert Camus

i just watched these Kubrick films over the weekend

I just watched these Kubrick films over the weekend, and there seemed to be an over-arching theme of liberty/freedom in all three of them.

Paths of Glory (1957)

Spartacus (1960)

A Clockwork Orange (1971)

"The pioneers of a warless world are the youth who refuse military service." - Albert Einstein


2001: Space Odyssey was on Sci-fi channel...

I'm a big fan of all the Kubrick movies I've seen. The guy knew what the elite insiders know.

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"A Man For All Seasons"

Made in the 1960s; a movie like this could not be made today. It's a true story about a man (Thomas More) who stands up for principle against the king of England and is executed for it.

(FWIW, it also won lots of Academy Awards. That wouldn't happen today.)

Google is government.

Short route to chaos

Guess which one is Orson Welles!

Ron Paul is A Man For All Seasons

A Man for All Seasons - The Devil Speech

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Amen, brother!

And I love your signature, too. Ron Paul is indeed A Man For All Seasons.

Thanks, "Thomas"!

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Can we do a Halloween spin on this?

List some of your favorite scary movies that have a liberty theme, or promote liberty ideals, or relevant conspiracy plot to it, etc...

I'll think of a few;

Invasion of the Body Snatchers
The Crazies
Manchurian Candidate
The Purge 1 & 2
In Hell (about Jack the Ripper & FreeMasonry)
The Ninth Gate

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Pale Rider.

Good Bad and the Ugly.

Outlaw Josey Wales.

Open Range.

All great Eastwood flicks...

My favorite is good bad ugly, closely followed by Josey Wales...

Eli Wallach is great.

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I think Outlaw Josey Wales

pretty much tops my list for best American movie ever...

Another good one that most people missed due to lack of promotion
(too un-PC, one of the main characters is a black man fighting on the
Southern side in the Civil War) is "Ride With the Devil".

Starred Tobey Maguire, Skeet Ulrich, Jewel... the protagonists are
fighting with the Bushwhacker guerillas in Missouri during the Civil War,
as Eastwood does in the first part of Josey Wales.

Directed by Ang Lee - one of those cases where a non-American "gets" something
important about America that Americans are somehow oblivious to and express
it really well.

Kind of like the British Invasion of the 60's where groups like the Rolling Stones,
Beatles and such had huge success in America with what was, essentially, American
music that Americans had either never heard or forgotten about...



Sorry, but the best American movie is "Arsenic and Old Lace".

Cary Grant, Peter Lorre and Raymond Massey at their best.

Flu 2013 Korean film - best pandemic movie I've seen

lesson learned: Don't go to a containment camp

thanks for the link/embedded vid...

...i'll watch it tonight or this weekend...

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Altered History:

Altered History: Exposing Deceit and Deception in the JFK Assassination Medical Evidence



Thanks.. favorite JFK assassination documentary is "Dark Legacy"

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Dallas Buyers Club

May have been mentioned before.. But if not it's definitely worth watching. They do a pretty good job of pointing out how corrupt the FDA is. It even got my mom thinking.

“Don’t be in a hurry to condemn because he doesn’t do what you do or think as you think or as fast. There was a time when you didn’t know what you know today.” -Malcolm X

Yes, very interesting movie..

...definitely shows the corruption and ineptitude of the FDA and how it negatively effects the medical industry...

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