Red Pill Movies

Chad Daring

Ostrich
I just got done watching Green Street Hooligans, and realized that its one of the few movies I've seen where the main character goes from beta, weak, and bitchy to becoming a tough ass alpha male and better for it. Its pretty well established that mainstream media is filled with these beta praising "good guys finish first" kinda movies, so I figured getting a good list of movies that show the opposite would be beneficial.

Also, movies that feature already Alpha main characters (James Bond is the best example) aren't what I'm talking about. I'm talking movies that clearly show the main character starting out weak and becoming stronger and getting what he wants because of it.

Green Street Hooligans
 

Samseau

Owl
Gold Member
The Painted Veil

Surprisingly good love story that involves a beta man being cheated on by his wife, so he gets pissed and tells her he's going to China and she either comes along or he dumps her ass. Ends up winning back his wife's affections while saving a small village. Honestly this is one of the better films I've seen from the 2000's.


Jules et Jim

One of the greatest films of all time, and one of the top-5 French New Wave films, Jules et Jim is the story of two friends, a beta and an alpha, whose friendship is transformed and ultimately destroyed by an eternal ingenue. This film is an unbelievably accurate account of women's behavior. I'll never forget it.



NOTE: You can watch either of these films with a woman and she'll melt right into you.
 

Gmac

Peacock
Gold Member
Blue Valentine shows how an alpha male turns into a pathetic married beta. Not the best flick, but a decent scare tactic for anyone considering marriage.
 

wolf

Kingfisher
Gmac said:
Blue Valentine shows how an alpha male turns into a pathetic married beta. Not the best flick, but a decent scare tactic for anyone considering marriage.
He was never alpha to begin with. Getting with a girl who got knocked up by an alpha male and knowing about is omega. The only reason he got the chance with her was because she got knocked up and needed a provider.
 

wolf

Kingfisher
The most red pill movie I saw was Magnolia. Ignore the movie and just watch for Tom Cruise's character. The shit he says is a year worth of reading blogs.
 

Giovonny

Crow
Gold Member
wolf said:
The most red pill movie I saw was Magnolia. Ignore the movie and just watch for Tom Cruise's character. The shit he says is a year worth of reading blogs.
I read somewhere that Tom Cruises character is based on Ross Jeffries. Here are some of his quotes from the movie:

" Bottom line? Language. The magical key to unlocking the female analytical mindset. Tap directly into her hopes, her wants, her fears, her desires, and her sweet little panties"

" it's a game, guys. You want to think it's not, huh? You want to think it's not? Go back to the schoolyard and you have that crush on big-titted Mary Jane. Respect the cock. You are embedding this thought. I am the one who's in charge. I am the one who says yes! No! Now! Here! Because it's universal, man. It is evolutional. It is anthropological. It is biological. It is animal. We... are... men! "

"Men are shit. What? Men... are... *shit*. What, isn't that what they say? Because we do bad things, don't we? We do horrible, heineous, *heinous*, terrible things. Things that no woman would ever do. No, women, they don't lie. No, women don't cheat. Women don't *manipulate* us. But you see what I'm getting at. You see what society does? Little boys, it's, "Wow, womaaaan!" We are taught to apologize. I am sorry. I am so sorry, baby. I am so sorry. What is it that we need? Is it their pussies? Their love? Mommy wouldn't let me play soccer... and Daddy, he hit me, so that's who I am, that's why I do what I do? Fucking bullshit. I will not apologize for who I am. I will not apologize for what I need. I will not apologize for what I *want*! "
 

wolf

Kingfisher
Giovonny said:
wolf said:
The most red pill movie I saw was Magnolia. Ignore the movie and just watch for Tom Cruise's character. The shit he says is a year worth of reading blogs.
I read somewhere that Tom Cruises character is based on Ross Jeffries. Here are some of his quotes from the movie:

" Bottom line? Language. The magical key to unlocking the female analytical mindset. Tap directly into her hopes, her wants, her fears, her desires, and her sweet little panties"

" it's a game, guys. You want to think it's not, huh? You want to think it's not? Go back to the schoolyard and you have that crush on big-titted Mary Jane. Respect the cock. You are embedding this thought. I am the one who's in charge. I am the one who says yes! No! Now! Here! Because it's universal, man. It is evolutional. It is anthropological. It is biological. It is animal. We... are... men! "

"Men are shit. What? Men... are... *shit*. What, isn't that what they say? Because we do bad things, don't we? We do horrible, heineous, *heinous*, terrible things. Things that no woman would ever do. No, women, they don't lie. No, women don't cheat. Women don't *manipulate* us. But you see what I'm getting at. You see what society does? Little boys, it's, "Wow, womaaaan!" We are taught to apologize. I am sorry. I am so sorry, baby. I am so sorry. What is it that we need? Is it their pussies? Their love? Mommy wouldn't let me play soccer... and Daddy, he hit me, so that's who I am, that's why I do what I do? Fucking bullshit. I will not apologize for who I am. I will not apologize for what I need. I will not apologize for what I *want*! "
"You think she's your friend? They are not your friends. You think they are going to be there when things go bad? You think again."

I'm quoting this almost directly and this quote has resonated with me for the last 3 years.
 

Chad Daring

Ostrich
Roosh said:
Fight Club
I never made the connection with Fight Club and it being a Red Pill movie till about the fourth time I watched. I realized the MOST powerful message of the whole movie was as badass and awesome as the character of Tyler Durden was, he was completely created by the narrators character, this weak lame little cubicle jockey. That idea that everyone one of us has this primal badass somewhere deep within us was one of the driving forces that caused me to reinvent myself.


Mommy wouldn't let me play soccer... and Daddy, he hit me, so that's who I am, that's why I do what I do? Fucking bullshit. I will not apologize for who I am. I will not apologize for what I need. I will not apologize for what I *want*! "
That shit almost gave me chills, I'm gonna have to download that movie.
 

Gmac

Peacock
Gold Member
wolf said:
Gmac said:
Blue Valentine shows how an alpha male turns into a pathetic married beta. Not the best flick, but a decent scare tactic for anyone considering marriage.
He was never alpha to begin with. Getting with a girl who got knocked up by an alpha male and knowing about is omega. The only reason he got the chance with her was because she got knocked up and needed a provider.
Roissy disagrees, as do I. The guy may not have been top dog but he was far from "omega."

http://heartiste.wordpress.com/2011/01/18/beta-valentine/

Quite simply, there hasn’t been a movie in our lifetimes which depicts the fall of a man from charming nascent alpha to inept needy beta, and the loathing that this engenders in his lover, better than Blue Valentine.
 

Nonpareil

Pelican
Gold Member
Roosh said:
Fight Club
Biggest red pill movie ever.

wolf said:
The most red pill movie I saw was Magnolia. Ignore the movie and just watch for Tom Cruise's character. The shit he says is a year worth of reading blogs.
Second biggest red pill movie ever.

How about...Donnie Darko, American Beauty and Vicky Cristina Barcelona (young engaged American, against her better judgment gives into the tingle she has for a Spanish artist...it's more of a chick-red pill flick)?
 

wolf

Kingfisher
Gmac said:
wolf said:
Gmac said:
Blue Valentine shows how an alpha male turns into a pathetic married beta. Not the best flick, but a decent scare tactic for anyone considering marriage.
He was never alpha to begin with. Getting with a girl who got knocked up by an alpha male and knowing about is omega. The only reason he got the chance with her was because she got knocked up and needed a provider.
Roissy disagrees, as do I. The guy may not have been top dog but he was far from "omega."

http://heartiste.wordpress.com/2011/01/18/beta-valentine/

Quite simply, there hasn’t been a movie in our lifetimes which depicts the fall of a man from charming nascent alpha to inept needy beta, and the loathing that this engenders in his lover, better than Blue Valentine.
Like I said before, the reason she got with him was because she was pregnant. Any man getting with a woman that knows some other guy is the father is omega. I've watched the movie because of Roissy's post.
 

Ajiaco

Robin
I guess we've all probably seen it, but what about Office Space? Guy has a lame girl and terrible cubicle monkey job, and through hypnosis and stealing from his employer he learns a valuable lesson about going after what he really wants in life. It's a comedy, sure, but it always felt a little deeper to me, about what tedious nonsense people will put up with in their lives until they realize it's killing them.
 

PDX

Woodpecker
Jaz said:
Roger Doger.

An uncle teaches his nephew about game. I think VK recommended it once.

This one comes up a lot, but no one ever mentions how BETA Campbell Scott's character becomes in the end.

In fact, he spouts a lot of knowledge, and has great verbal game, but he gets shot down all movie. Just becomes a sad sack by the end.
 
Ajiaco said:
I guess we've all probably seen it, but what about Office Space? Guy has a lame girl and terrible cubicle monkey job, and through hypnosis and stealing from his employer he learns a valuable lesson about going after what he really wants in life. It's a comedy, sure, but it always felt a little deeper to me, about what tedious nonsense people will put up with in their lives until they realize it's killing them.
Regardless, that's one of the funny movies ever made.

I just saw Deception with Ewan McGregor. I'd put it in the red pill movie pile.
 
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