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The Top 15 Conservative Movies That You Need To Have In Your Video Library

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In Hollywood, it’s a well known fact that conservatives and conservative opinions do not belong. This fact makes itself known when A-list celebrities fawn over liberal presidents and bash conservative presidents during acceptance speeches, but it can also be observed by examining the body of work that comes out of the entertainment industry.

Conservative movies are far and few between, but as a public service to our readers, we have included a list of the top 15 conservative movies as well as an explanation as to why we consider them to be conservative.

 

Gattaca (1997)

Gattaca

Set in a futuristic society, where eugenics is a reality, each member of the population has their destiny set by their predetermined genes. Gattaca tells the tale of one man’s fight against the Orwellian rules set down by the government in an attempt to try to reshape his own future.

 

 

Gran Torino (2008)

Gran Torino

A Clint Eastwood masterpiece, Gran Torino tells the tale of one of the most politically incorrect men you will ever meet, and gives you an inside look at his frustration at the country that changes around him, his coping with the rising problem of crime in his neighborhood, and his attempt to turn the life around of a young punk who tried his hand at being a criminal.

 

 

Hillary’s America (2016)

Hillary's America

Hillary’s America is a must-see documentary for anybody who engages in politics in modern America. Filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza does a remarkable job of exposing the Democratic Party simply by looking back at the political party’s actual history.

If you have friends who are avid Democrats, this film provides the much need ammunition to destroy the revisionist Democratic Party history that they have been subscribing to.

 

 

Hacksaw Ridge (2016)

Hacksaw Ridge

War is hell. And this statement is no truer than for somebody who has religious objections to violence who is thrust into the heart of battle. Hacksaw Ridge tells the remarkable tale of American Army Medic Desmond T. Doss, who is the first man to receive the Medal of Honor without ever firing a shot.

 

 

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers Of Benghazi (2016)

13 Hours

If Hillary Clinton dismissing the cause of the deaths of 4 Americans in Benghazi, with her infamous “What difference does it make” statement, has ever just not sat right with you, then this is the movie that you need to see. 13 Hours recalls the events leading up to the radical Islamic Terrorist attack of 9/11 2012, and the heroic deeds that American soldiers displayed during the attack. You do not need to be a conservative to appreciate this film as filmmaker Michael Bay does not delve deeply into politics on either side. As you watch this, keep in mind that the Obama administration spent weeks trying to convince the American people that this was all the result of a controversial YouTube video.

 

 

American Sniper (2014)

American Sniper

American Sniper tells the incredible story of American hero and deadly sniper Chris Kyle. Kyle’s pinpoint accuracy on the battlefield saved the lives of countless people.  Kyle’s actions in service to his country were so amazing that he quickly became a folk-hero to the people back home in Texas.

 

 

The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion The Witch And The Wardrobe

Narnia

Not all conservative films are necessarily about American patriots and famous military battles. Also included on this list of must-see films is the re-imagined C.S.Lewis classic which illustrates the battle of Good versus Evil. In this film, with the help of a few children from another world, the Evil White Witch faces off against Aslan the Lion. This movie is fun for people of all ages.

 

 

Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Captain America

Though several cast members in this film are outspoken liberals, the story itself makes for a great philosophical debate between big-government types and believers in God-given freedoms. The movie takes on the question, “How much freedom should be given up in order to remain safe?” Because of the message behind the film, that safety is not worth giving up freedom, we have included it in the list of top conservative films you need to see.

 

 

Master And Commander: The Far Side Of The World (2003)

Master And Commander

Tells the tale of a cat and mouse game on the high seas between famed British Captain Jack Aubrey, aboard his ship, Surprise, and a French privateer called the Acheron.

Outgunned, outclassed, and with his ship damaged, Captain Aubrey pursues his prey for the sake of duty and honor.

 

 

Braveheart (1995)

Braveheart

Mel Gibson’s epic tale of a Scottish farmer, who simply wanted to live his life in peace, that found himself leading a revolution against a corrupt and oppressive government after agents of the State took that which was most precious to him. Though this movie is more than 20 years old, it still deserves to be in everybody’s movie collection.

“Everybody dies, but not everybody truly lives.”

 

 

The Dark Knight (2008)

Dark Knight

Christopher Nolan’s masterpiece features Gotham City’s most famous vigilante squaring off against a foe who wants nothing more than to see the world burn. The Dark Knight is an intense movie whose villains seem to mirror the attitudes of modern day terrorists.

 

 

The Pursuit Of Happyness (2006)

Pursuit Of Happyness

Will Smith does a fantastic job of portraying Christopher, a single father who fights against all odds to provide for himself and his child. Despite what the Left will tell you, apparently, when you work hard, you actually do have a chance of getting ahead.

 

 

300 (2006)

300

Though teaming with violence, gore, and sexual imagery, 300 tells the tale of a group of men who refused to bow down to an evil and oppressive regime. Caught between a corrupt Senate and a corrupted religion (the Ephors), King Leonidas and his band of 300 Spartans choose to take a stand against an impossibly large enemy invasion.

 

 

Groundhog Day (1993)

Groundhogs Day

Bill Murray stars in this classic comedy about a man who relives the same day, Groundhog’s Day, over and over and over and over. The big takeaway from this story is that we should live each day to its fullest potential because none of us ever know how many days we actually have to roam around here on this planet.

 

 

The Edge (1997)

The Edge

The edge pits an intellectual billionaire and a jealous young photographer against an enormous brown bear in the Alaskan wilderness. Though this is just a movie, and is not based on any particular true story, it is a great illustration of the liberal mindset that feels that the successful do not deserve what they have, and feel that their stuff should be taken away.

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