Essay:Worst Liberal Movies

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While many great conservative movies are produced every year, Hollywood continues to create many movies which promote, normalize and aggrandize bad behavior and poor values. Below is a list of some of the more egregious examples:


  1. Frost/Nixon - A liberal movie meant to further tarnish the reputation of Richard Nixon.
  2. W - A movie designed to denigrate the role of Christianity in US politics and particularly in the life of George W. Bush.
  3. Fahrenheit 9/11 - A Michael Moore movie, which distorts the tangential link between the Bush family and the Bin Laden family.
  4. The Motorcycle Diaries - A fawning monument to communist Che Guevara.
  5. The Contender - Political movie turned into pro-Al Gore propaganda by liberal studio executives and Hollywood values.


  1. Ferris Bueller's Day Off - Promotes the message that skipping school, education and general dishonesty is somehow "cool".
  2. Dazed and Confused - Promotes promiscuity and drug abuse.
  3. Blow - Glorifies the life of drug dealer, and suspected murderer, George Jung.
  4. Scarface - Glorified drug use and gangsterism, whilst glossing over the Cuban plan to send all their scum to America, in the guise of refugees.
  5. Pineapple Express - Shows drug abuse to be "cool".
  6. Natural Born Killers - Riddled with violence, drug abuse and sexual references, this movies main characters are brutal serial killers who are viewed as heroes.
  7. Brokeback Mountain - Showing that liberals will shoehorn the homosexual agenda into anything, even cowboys.
  8. Boogie Nights - Made the porn industry and exploitation of women look cool.
  9. The Social Network - Glorifies the gossip website Facebook, which feeds narcissism and destroys marriages. Also portrays drug use and misogyny in a positive light.
  10. The Day After Tomorrow - Overdramatic, nonsensical portrayal of the consequences of fictional climate change.


  1. Sicko - Michael Moore's attack on the U.S. health care system, in which he conveniently forgets things such as long waiting lists when comparing it to the socialistic NHS system of Great Britain.
  2. Almost any movie by Michael Moore, in fact.
  3. An Inconvenient Truth - Al Gore's global warming alarmist schlockumentary.
  4. Super Size Me - Blames obesity on great capitalist paragons like McDonald's and Sodexo.
  5. Religulous - "Comedian" Bill Maher tries to convince the audience of the folly of all religion, with special focus on Christianity.
  6. Jesus Camp - Baselessly attacks Conservative Christianity; incited liberal vandalism of the Bible camp shown in the film.


  1. Dogma - mocks religion and Catholicism in particular, with cheap smutty jokes and portraying God as female.
  2. The Golden Compass - based on the atheistic His Dark Materials series.

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