Ok, everyone knows about American Psycho, Taxi Driver & Fight Club already. What are some other movies that will instill basedness in one's heart? Something the media would say that perpetrates fascism?
Ok, everyone knows about American Psycho, Taxi Driver & Fight Club already.
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obviously falling down
Falling down a israeli film that planted the seed for incels to start mass shootings.
>Come and See
Obviously Master and Commander
You have never seen the fury and hell of war from mamas basement, and never will
Go fuck your self
CoD doesnt count either, loser
>t. former zog soldier that now teaches back hills whites insurgency tactics to use against zog
gotta put that tax dollar paid training to good use
There's more money in doing it in inner cities, and there's a much higher chance of it eventually creating mass havoc in a blue shithole. Imagine if all those nogs in Chiraq actually knew how to handle business. lol, what a massive headache that would be. Cartels have already done the exact same thing and look at what they've become.
The perfect place is the triangle of North Carolina. Lots of poor Whites in a metro area isn't normal for this country, and bring the best place in the country for business, you can start a landscaping business or something and your men can be your employees and you'll be making enough to fund side projects.
Could be a TV show too. I wonder if there isn't any based ones.
Black Mirror on Netflix.
Infowars if you got RoKu.
>naggers and spics are violent savages
>Democrat cities are corrupt as fuck.
>Cops are corrupt as fuck
>Friendship is bullshit they will betray you
Probably Cross of Iron, Stalingrad (first half), Our Fathers Our Mothers (first 3/4s), Battle of the Bulge (first 3/4s), and Pride and Prejudice for being all white.
You must learn the Riddle of Steel
If you think Fight Club perpetuated fascism you're even more delusional than most of /tv
I said, "the media". At least it showed how cucked materialism and confort zones are.
It was the only I liked between those three, btw, dropped Taxi when he brought the girl to see porn and dropped AP when he started admiring himself while fucking, both because it was too cringe.
>dropped Taxi when he brought the girl to see porn
So you didn't see any part of it that was actually based?
Yeah, I'll watch it all today.
Fight Club challenged me at the time. I just find it hard to relate with autists or psycophaths.
Do you actually like movies or do you just media to reinforce your beliefs and never challenge you?
>Some mentally castrated incels shit
Minions. The first one
These movies have been ruined by the fucking cringeworthy hordes of 15 year olds obsessed with how sigma they are and how the main characters are literally them. Like bro get a fucking personality other than Patrick Bateman or Tyler Durden.
Taxi Driver is probably the least effected since it's not as popular as the other two
Nah, you can just ignore those. But I guess you meant "they think they are". Or are there 15yo sigmas?
Triumph of the Will
Greatest Story Never Told
Leolo relayed some sobering perceptions about human nature.
Bridge Over the River Kwai
Thin Red Line
Put the goyslop down
Hobo With a Shotgun
The Big Sleep (1946 Bogart)
Hombre (1967 Paul Newman)
I'll Be Seeing You (1944)
Key Largo (1948)
Siege of Firebase Gloria
Hate to say it, but Key Largo is gay AF. One of Bogart's worst films. Try Dead Reckoning for Bogie at his best.
Also 2022 TV series The Terminal List with Chris Pratt
Kraft Suspense Theater (all the episodes are based)
>3 movies about crazy people who's hallucinations include some insane sense of self-importance
Travis Bickle didn't experience hallucinations.
maybe? are we really sure "who was talking to him"?
You could choose to interpret any events or characters in any movie as being hallucinations. Doing so is pointless.
not to mention, the "I can save her" mentality is pathetic
>taking memes seriously
I invite you to come watch OPL with us later tonight (9pm est)
every time a female crackhead shows up the chat blows up with I CAN SAVE HER
He doesn't have much else going for him. That's the point.
The Caine Mutiny (1954)
High Noon (1952)
Gentleman's Agreement (1947)
show was so full of israelite
should have been called
Listen, you fuckers, you screwheads. Here is a man who would not take it anymore. Who would not, let... Listen you fuckers, you screwheads....
Nightcrawler is very good and if I was an AnCap I'd think it was more based than everything you mentioned.
Mosquito Coast (1986)
Escape From New York
No Escape (2015)
any movie with Mel Gibson
Watch severance season 1.
It’s pretty much one big red pill.
I don't feel at home in this world anymore. It's on Netflix right now