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Liberty at The Movies: Inferno, Dr. Strange, Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them

Inferno, Dr. Strange, and Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them are three entries in the fall/winter blockbuster sweepstakes. All three have themes of interests to libertarians, but while Dr. Strange and Fantastic Beast are also both fun fantasy [...]

Liberty at the movies: Deepwater Horizons and Scully

Deepwater Horizons and Scully are two "based on a true story" films that raise interesting questions about goverment regulations and corporate accountability. Deepwater Horizons deals with the biggest oil explosion in American history: the [...]

Liberty at the Movies: Godzilla Resurgence

Godzilla Resurgence (Shin Godzilla) is the latest incarnation of everyone's favorite radioactive dinosaur, and the best political movie I have seen in some time. This Japanese-made film is currently showing around the country, but only for one [...]

Liberty at the movies: Hell or High Water, Equity, Don't Breathe

Hell or High Water, Don't Breathe, and Equity are three "small" films that, while not pro-liberty or even explicitly political, cast an interesting look at life in the post-"great recession" era. Don't Breathe has (justifiably) become the [...]

Liberty At The Movies: War Dogs

"War is about economics" is the observation made in the opening montage of the movie War Dogs. As the quote suggests, despite what you may think from the title, this is not a war picture. The War Dogs of this movie are arms dealers -- [...]

Liberty at the Movies: Hacksaw Ridge

Hacksaw Ridge is one of the most inspiring and one of the most disturbing films I have seen in awhile. The film tells the story of Desmond Doss, the first conscientious objector to win a Congressional Medal of Honor. Doss's story of how he [...]

Liberty at the Movies: Election

Hard as it may seem to believe, the sharpest, most intelligent political satire of recent times deals with a race for high school student body President. I am talking about 1999's Election, which is perfect pre-or-post election viewing. The [...]

Liberty at the movies: Halloween edition

This is the season for ghouls, witches and other monsters to be on the prowl...and in addition to the election, Halloween is just around the corner. So those of you who don't find the election significantly scary, or are looking for some pretend [...]

Liberty at the movies: Snowden

Snowden is Oliver Stone's "biopic" about the world's most famous whistle-blower. It is also one of the best films of the year and may be Stone's best movie ever. Snowden uses the story of it protagonist's journey from a true believer in [...]

Liberty at the movies: Suicide Squad

Suicide Squad, the latest installment in the DC cinematic universe, is currently leading the box office and generating its fair share of controversy. While critics have panned the film many fans have embraced it, leading to a major fan versus [...]