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


-You can watch pretty much any movie completely free on this site, no charge, no sign-up, just watch...

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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One of my favorite threads!

I used to not watch a lot of movies, but I kind of got into it after watching several of the recommendations in this thread.

Keep 'em coming!

I'm a serial entrepreneur and liberty activist from Texas!


I may have accidentally revived this thread

Searching for a movie.

I settled on 1776.



Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
"1776, the Musical".

"Beyond the blackened skyline, beyond the smoky rain, dreams never turned to ashes up until.........
...Everything CHANGED !!

Shenandoah... an oldie but if

Shenandoah... an oldie but if you want to resurrect the notion of independence and freedom... it still rings true for me anyway.

You're a painter, dammit! Paint!!!

The soundtrack sucks, but the film is very good. Please watch Pollock:


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If you can stand watching musicals..."1776" Directors Cut

Richard Nixon convinced producer Jack Warner to cut out the best sequence, "Cool Men," which had to do with the financial interests the Congressional representatives were risking by independence. I guess the
"...always to the right..never to the left" lyrics spooked Nixon.

The movie is funny, historically authentic (using actual quotations. Washington's dire messages from the field will give you chills) and inspiring.

Here the link to the trailer. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAfjiUZEU94

watching 'Swordfish' again...

came out in 2001... it's about cyber-terrorism, hackers, secret government agencies, false-flag terrorism...

Basically foreshadowing what many of us on the DP now know...
That the false-flag attack is the new government's favorite new tool, and is an increasing trend.

Are you a POT or a PET - Person Embracing Tyranny?

A Face In The Crowd

1957 Elia Kazan movie starring Andy Griffith in his first film role. This film gets to the roots of the profound shift that took place in the political arena which occurred in the wake of the new TV culture as entertainment, politics & advertising all collided. An excellent film in every way, very prophetic & thought provoking!

"J.F.K." from Oliver Stone - 1991

Relevant for the moment...

and I think a long, but relatively accurate version of events...

A great place to start for those not totally familiar with the JFK assassination conspiracy.


Are you a POT or a PET - Person Embracing Tyranny?

Freedom To Fascism


"Bipartisan: both parties acting in concert to put both of their hands in your pocket."-Rothbard

The Trap by Adam Curtis - Fuc k You Buddy

Two Black and Whites

Inherit the Wind


12 Angry Men

Oldies but goodies.

School's fine. Just don't let it get in the way of thinking. -Me

Study nature, not books. -Walton Forest Dutton, MD, in his 1916 book whose subject is origin (therefore what all healing methods involve and count on), simple and powerful.

Saw this recently

What's the deal with this site?

How do they get away with providing these movies? What are the legal risks if I watch anything there? What are the risks to my computer? Is the software they recommend downloading reasonably safe?

Comments anyone?

You might have trouble with

You might have trouble with your internet service provider. A google search shows the website is omitted, and says to go to chillingeffects.org to find out why. It's really no different than downloading a torrent file. Service providers cannot be trusted to not be snitches, so for me it is not worth it.

the beaver

with Mel Gibson
total radness


Movie about Socrates or Jan Hus




Uroko is the Japanese word for 'scale', as in the scale of a fish or serpent. The Japanese expression "uroko ga me kara ochiru", or, "scales fall from one's eyes" is the English equivalent of "waking up to the truth". Uroko is an attempt to strip away the fairy tales we have been told since birth, exposing the true nature of the world we live in.

In part 1: 'Bank Wars', Uroko begins to unravel the history of the establishment of the Federal Reserve system, starting with the American Revolution, the war of 1812 and the rise of the Rothschild banking dynasty.

In part 2, 'Bank Wars' continues as we learn about stockholders of the 2nd National Bank of the US such as John Jacob Astor, how Andrew Jackson killed the bank, the rise of National City Bank and the power of the bankers culminating in the assassination of Lincoln. The story continues with 'The Robber Barons', touching on the roots of the Morgan banking dynasty.

Part 3 delves into alliances between European bankers and the American industrialists they supported such as J.D. Rockefeller and E. H. Harriman, ending with a brief history of the Spanish American war.

Part 4 deals with the events leading up to passage of the Federal Reserve Act in 1913 including Roosevelt's trust-busting, the panic of 1907 and the meeting of banking house representatives at Jeckyll Island.

Part 5 looks at WWI and its true causes.

Part 6 presents excerpts from G. Edward Griffin's interview with Norman Dodd, where Dodd reveals the true nature of the tax-exempt foundations.

Part 7 deals firstly with the Council on Foreign Relations and its part in the forming of the Central Intelligence Agency, and secondly with the money trust's role in the Bolshevik Revolution and the militarization of Japan.

In Part 8 the story of the Bolsheviks concludes with the fall of Czarist Russia, followed by a foray into the true roots of the ruling elite. Topics addressed include the Dutch and British East India Companies, Freemasonry and the Templar Knights.

Part 9 continues to explore the significance of the Templar Knights and their relationship to the modern ruling elite, as well as the partnership between the hiers and descendants of the Templars and Jewish financiers in Spain and Portugal up until the Spanish Inquisition and a mirror of that relationship in Holland and England beginning in the 17th century.

Part 10 briefly addresses the Khazarian roots which connect the Jewish financiers of Europe to various ruling houses, including the Stewarts, the Hohens and the Drummond clan of Scotland. This section ends by tying the Templars to the Russells and the Skull and Bones fraternity at Yale University.

Part 11 picks up with the Skull and Bones fraternity, the Bush-Harriman-Rockefeller connection and the Brown Brothers Harriman merger. From there Brown Brothers Harriman and the Dulles Brothers' involvement in Nazi funding is touched on and the 3rd architect of the Defense Act of 1947 is named. Finally, the CIA's true reason d'etre is explained and a brief history of its involvement in coups and interventions around the world is told.

The battle of Athens (1946)

in 1946 vets returning home became concerned their town mayor was stealing from people and acting corrupt as hell. They formed the veteran's party to run against him. The corrupt mayor had his deputy's steal the ballot boxes which prompted them to take up arms...

This is a perfect example of why we need guns and explosives

based on a true story

Label Jars, Not People!

My favorite Western: "Open Range" w Kevin Costner &

Robert Duvall, is right up there with Lonesome Dove -- and it's all about freedom. A seemingly laid back movie with enormous tension, is not to be missed.

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.

Mr.Smith Goes to Washington.

Captain America.

Watching 'Rear Window' right now. What a classic, another great Alfred Hitchcock study in human psychology.

For the sake of today's date...

and that tomorrow will be November 5th...I would recommend "V for Vendetta". I just realized the other day that the actor who portrays the character V is the same guy who was Agent Smith in the Matrix...huh, wuddyoo know?

Silence isn't always golden....sometimes it's yellow.

"The liberties of a people never were, nor ever will be, secure, when the transactions of their rulers may be concealed from them." - Patrick Henry

Off the top of my head...

Libertarian themed movies:

1) Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged parts 1 and 2.

2) Larry McMurtry's Lonesome Dove.

3) Mel Gibson's The Patriot.

Plus many Clint Eastwood films.

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the great dictator. charlie

the great dictator. charlie chaplin

f___ all forms of govt.

My 9 Favs...with liberty/private property/privacy themes...

Enemy of the State
The International
Enemy at the Gates
Map of the Human Heart
Dances with Wolves
Spartacus (1960)

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"The System of Liberty: Themes in the History of Classical Liberalism" ...by author George Smith --
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Man in the White Suit Intro by Robert Osborne

The trailer does not give a good impression of what the movie is about, this intro is better...



"Get the Gringo" and "Edge of Darkness", Mel Gibson flicks with Libertarian themes, along with most of his other work.

Have you ever watched the

Have you ever watched the movie "Milions"? Good movie for both adults and children.