Dark City is seriously red pill and there's no diversity casting. Make sure you watch the director's cut as the theatrical cut has a voice over with major plot spoilers.
If you can bluetooth phone audio to the car try internet station Radio Swiss Classic. The pick of music is the best I have found in listening to many classical stations over the years. No advertisements and minimal talking as they stick to just naming the pieces.Richard Turpin said:Following good recommendations in the thread, I've swapped my daily commute listen from Radio 4 (usual propaganda) to Classic FM and am starting to get an unexpected appreciation for classical music.
Firefly and Serenity, my highest recommendation:My anti-Hollywood collection is heavy with things fromStudio Ghibli which is a throwback to 1950s Japan and the focus on friendship, family and community is extremely apparent. They're just very touching films.
I've pretty much given up on Hollywood producing anything remotely as deep or thought provoking.
Currently watching this with my fiancee. It's so nice to finally watch something without an overt agenda.Avatar, the last Airbender (Legend of Aang) is a very good animated resource for both teens and adults.
Lots of Moral lessons and Life truths embedded in the series.