While Hollywood makes some great liberal films every year, here are some conservative films to avoid.

Film Year Director Rating Comments
17 Again 2009 Burr Steers PG-13 Anti-feminism film that down exaggarates danger in teenage sex
2016 2012 Dinesh D'Souza, John Sullivan PG-13 Thinks Obama will destroy the world if, and when, reelected in 2012.
A Christmas Story 1983 Bob Clark PG Pro-gun Christmas Story, about a greedy kid who wants a gun for Christmas
America 2014 Dinesh D'Souza, John Sullivan PG-13 Pardoned the mass-genocide of Native Americans throughout the 18th and 19th Centuries.
An American Carol 2008 David Zucker PG-13 Pro-capital punishment, mocks Michael Moore
Bedtime Stories 2008 Adam Shankman PG Mocks liberal values and liberal parenting choices, promotes more conservative ideas, showing capitalism, and junk food in positive light.
Blazing Saddles 1974 Mel Brooks R Bigot cowboy western film
Camelot 1967 Joshua Logan G
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 2005 Tim Burton PG See Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory below.
Cobra 1986 George P. Cosmatos R Stallone movie that promotes unnecessary force, and the "hero" Cobra himself mocks society's rules and decides to plays by his own rules. Also the film mocks pacifism.
Facing the Giants 2006 Alex Kendrick PG
The Founder 2016 John Lee Hancock PG-13 Capitalistic film glorifies that McDonalds junk food
The Gambler 2014 Rupert Wyatt R Promotes gambling
God's Not Dead 2014 Harold Cronk PG
God's Not Dead 2 2016 Harold Cronk PG
The Hanoi Hilton 1987 Lionel Chetwynd R
Hillary's America 2016 Dinesh D'Souza, Bruce Schooley PG-13 Anti-Liberal and, of course, Pro-Trump. What will D'Souza do for 2018?
The House 2017 Andrew Jay Cohen R Pro-Capatisalm and pro-gambling portyals a governement offical as the villain
I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry 2007 Dennis Dugan PG-13 Anti-Gay and offensive movie about two firefighters who pretend to be gay in order to get money, and shows the government official that is trying to prove their lying in negative light
The Incredibles 2004 Brad Bird PG Portrays empowered people as victims, when the government forces regulations. Mocks the government and promotes capitalism
Jesus Camp 2006 Heidi Ewing/

Rachel Grady

PG-13 Promotes the hatred of Harry Potter as well as promoting Christian Sharia and the worship of 'Dubya'.
The Last Stand 2013 Kim Jee-woon R
The Little Mermaid 1989 John Musker/

Ron Clements

G Promotes traditional values and the patriarchal system. The villain of the movie is also based off a gay icon "Divine."
Other People's Money 1991 Norman Jewison R Mocks socialism
The Patriot 2000 Roland Emmerich R
Parental Guidance 2012 Andy Fickman PG Mocks liberal parenting choices and promotes conservative ones
Rise of the Guardians 2012 Peter Ramsey PG
The Toy 1982 Richard Donner PG Capitalistic film that promotes the use of slavery and racism and is also bigot.
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory 1971 Roald Dahl G Capitalistic film and glorifies junk food
Wreck-It Ralph 2012 Rich Moore PG Promotes individualism and promotes capitalism

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