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RE: Red Pill TV shows and Movies
I just watched 12 Angry Men, and it's brilliant. 1950's men with respect and strong convictions. A must watch.
10-19-2015 02:31 AM
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RE: Red Pill TV shows and Movies
Killing them Softly is a pretty Red Pill movie. Pretty much only men seen on screen, no females bothering. Some quite bad ass characters.

Also Sicario was pretty red pill. I don´t want to spoil it for the guys that still haven´t seen it. Don´t think it´s a PC Film just because of the Emily Blunt "You go grrll" kind of character. Seriously it´s the exact opposite. You´ll know what I mean, when you see the movie. Which is pretty awesome by the way.
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I always felt Two and a Half Men was very red pill. At least the first 5 or 6 seasons anyway. The two brothers showed a good contrast, one living the bachelor lifestyle and the other being hosed by the typical western woman and divorce rape. Even Alan had some moments though, the best when he dates a 22 year old dime piece.
10-19-2015 06:26 AM
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I never understood the hate Two and a Half Men got. I watched it when I was like 12-16 years old and I was hooked. Charlie Sheen picking up beautiful women in his beach house with his Beta ass brother living with him who was the epitome of blue pill. Alan did change a bit and dated that 22 year old but was still beta at the end and got divorced raped by her lmao.

It also shows what a single mother whore family ends up like.
10-19-2015 05:49 PM
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Has anyone made it through the entire run of "Mad Men"? I started watching it a few years ago, made it a season or two in, but never got to see where the show went after that. I enjoyed watching Don Draper but before I consider jumping back into it, I want to know if it's actually worth my time or if it degenerates into some feminist emasculating BS by the series' end.
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House of Cards without a doubt should fall into the category of "red pill" thanks to Frank Underwood. No question about it, highly recommend the show for those of you who haven't seen it.
04-10-2016 08:41 PM
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I like Game of Thrones, it has its mix of "Girl Power" but also bad ass alphas in it as well, its also not afraid to show the realities of the time and women being put in their place.

Californication is a good one but its more about game than anything, its a good show to see how an alpha player acts and how to keep frame in the face of women at all times.

Mad Men I have not finished but its good so far, shows how things used to be and the main character really shows what frame and dominince is all about.

Absolutly stay away from shit like scandal and orange is the new black, funnily enough I used to watch desperate housewifes with my girl and while I would never recommend it to guys it had some great parts where the husbands would finally put there foot down and take control over the situation, it was great to see after these wifes would fuck up time after time and the husbands had enough.

As far as movies Sicario and The Revenant were fantastic.

Keep in mind very few movies and shows are completly red pill, Hank Moody may be an alpha player in Californication but still has oneitis for his daughters mother, Game of Thones will depict an Alpha badass that fucks women and does what he wants then shows a "powerful woman!" with a loyal beta follower with oneitis.
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The 1966 original Alfie with Michael Caine is on youtube in its entirety. Much better than the modern Jude Law version.


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Black Mirror (TV show).
07-24-2016 05:01 AM
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The Network, an older movie which was far ahead of its time with regard to societal issues and the pitfalls of the modern career woman.
07-24-2016 05:42 AM
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(04-10-2016 08:08 PM)LeoneVolpe Wrote:  Has anyone made it through the entire run of "Mad Men"? I started watching it a few years ago, made it a season or two in, but never got to see where the show went after that. I enjoyed watching Don Draper but before I consider jumping back into it, I want to know if it's actually worth my time or if it degenerates into some feminist emasculating BS by the series' end.

I watched the whole series and they do shovel that feminist/progressive narrative down your throat as the seasons progress. It makes sense given the time period, but I found it to be rather depressing. Still a great show overall, although it seemed to drag on a bit toward the end and I found myself losing interest in a lot of the characters.

Another one that I haven't seen mentioned in here is Hell on Wheels. From wikipedia:

Quote:Hell on Wheels is an American Western television series about the construction of the First Transcontinental Railroad across the United States. The series, which featured Anson Mount, Colm Meaney, Common, and Dominique McElligott, chronicled the Union Pacific Railroad and its laborers, mercenaries, prostitutes, surveyors, and others who lived, worked, and died in the mobile encampment, called "Hell on Wheels", that followed the railhead west across the Great Plains.

There are many badass male characters (and a couple female, though they weren't over the top with any unrealistic amounts of grrrl power), and the entire time period is very red pill. The main character, Cullen Bohannon, is about as alpha as it gets in many regards. Awesome series if you're a fan of Westerns or American period pieces like I am.
07-24-2016 03:06 PM
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(04-10-2016 08:08 PM)LeoneVolpe Wrote:  Has anyone made it through the entire run of "Mad Men"? I started watching it a few years ago, made it a season or two in, but never got to see where the show went after that. I enjoyed watching Don Draper but before I consider jumping back into it, I want to know if it's actually worth my time or if it degenerates into some feminist emasculating BS by the series' end.

There is some of that, but it's not the main theme. The main theme is that the 60s,
while they were kind of cool stylistically, were really really bad in an un-PC way.
It's a subtle way to rehabilitate the current PC social standards.

All the male characters are deeply flawed, and the main married woman character,
Betty Draper, is held back by traditional family values.

The end is more of a tale of hippie enlightenment breaking cultural shackles than a feminist tailspin.

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Updates?

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12-28-2017 12:36 AM
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RE: Red Pill TV shows and Movies
Magic City. Think Mad Men, but in 50s-60's Miami, and telling the story of the owner of the nicest hotel in Miami and his struggle with the mob, among other things.
12-28-2017 12:55 AM
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Deadwood TV series from a few years ago.
12-28-2017 10:25 AM
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French Connection,

Great male characters and you get a sense of how a man behaves and acts.

It's very much a man's movie, but I think if you watch it and observe you can learn a lot.

Plus the car chase scene is one of the greatest in film, read the backstory about it. They never shut the road down, so all of the traffic and people had no idea it was a scene for a movie they were just going about their business.





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This one is a bit of an oddball recommendation but I really found it interesting how a lot of Red Pill ideas and concepts play out in nature as well.

You can see how the animals that are easily tricked, make the wrong moves or don't act and hesitate usually end up getting eaten. It's also kind of a reminder that life is short, think of one of the baby calfs that got eaten, his life only lasted a short while. He made the wrong move, and that was it.

I think our society sort of sugar coats things, you get the illusion that life is meant to be this happy, always bright thing when in reality it's a mixture. Living is hard and if you don't play your cards right you get eaten.

On a bit of a brighter note, watching the bear cubs play makes me remember what its like to be a child again and definitely makes me see things with a bit more a playful mindset.
12-28-2017 10:35 AM
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