10 Best Movies About Anarchy That You Need Watching Update 05/2024

Movies About Anarchy

Have you noticed that today’s movies are abysmal? I’ve already done that. In the modern era, every film is a re-creation of an old notion. These days, Hollywood is churning out some real dreck. What an insult to MAD MAX was this? OMFG!! Don’t even begin to think about it.

Some of my favorite “Anarchy” movies are included here for your consideration.

1. The Matrix (1999)

The Matrix (1999)

As a computer hacker going by the alias Neo, Thomas Anderson learns that his entire world is a computer simulation.

2. V for Vendetta (2005)

An anarchist known as “V” plans to destroy the British government with the help of a young woman in a dystopian future.

3. Fight Club (1999)

Fight Club (1999)

An office worker who can’t sleep meets Tyler Durden, a risk-taking soap maker, and together they create an underground fight club that eventually turns into a revolt.

4. They Live (1988)

Wanderer discovers a set of sunglasses capable of illuminating the world as it really is.

5. Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

A New York City doctor embarks on a nightlong expedition filled with peril and danger and discovers the secret society known as the Illuminati.

6. THX 1138 (1971)

Free will is abolished in the 25th century by means of obligatory medication that suppresses human emotions. As soon as they quit taking their medication, the SHTF.

7. The Lives of Others (2006)

The Lives of Others (2006)

As a secret police agent watches a writer and his lover in East Berlin in 1984, he becomes deeply engrossed in their lives.

8. 1984 (1984)

Rewriting history is a man’s day job in the authoritarian future, but he rebels by falling in love.

9. Office Space (1999)

Office Space (1999)

Three disgruntled tech workers in California’s Silicon Valley stage a coup against their despicable boss.

10. Network (1976)

The rantings and revelations of a crazed former anchor regarding the news industry are exploited by a television network for its own gain.