Here are some movies that relay the NWO message. If you have seen most of the movies, ask youself if you were enlightened about the NWO plans when you watched them previously, and if you will see the movie in a different light now that you are informed.
"Equilibrium": Christian Bale, Sean Bean and Taye Diggs are all in it. Gov't issues drugs so no one 'feels'. All music, art, etc are deemed 'sense offenses'. If you haven't seen it, definitely worth a watch.
"Deep Impact" (1998): In the year 2012, Morgan Freeman plays the US President leading the world in a major crisis.
"Enemy of the State" (1998): The entire movie makes the case for the Patriot Act, FISA bill, etc. (first 6:44 of the movie)
"The Abyss" (1989): at the end of this movie, Ed Harris is shown Tsunamis hitting both coasts, heavy bloodshed in the ME, the Russians reemerging, etc. The clip where it shows the Tsunamis freezing right before they hit land had me thinking about H.A.A.R.P. too.
"Swordfish" (2001): it was no coincidence that this movie's release was ~90 days before 9/11 happened. John Travolta played an elusive, intelligent, albeit a boogey-mannish, government funded Osama Bin Laden international terrorist.
"Manchurian Candidate" (2004): the entire movie's message on mind control, the RFID chip, etc just gave me the chills.
"Children of Men": good film about the halt of human reproduction, but one lone woman is found to be the only pregnant woman in the world.
"Logans Run": excelent old school movie about population control and even little shiny devices in your hand.
"Soylent Green": everyone should know of this classic. good old heston exposing the governments "recycling" business.
"V for Vendetta": another good film i believe everyone should know about. of course i'm sure most activists have seen it already.
"Rollerball": In the year 2018, Jonathan E is a superstar of a sport called Rollerball, which is a combination of rugby, roller derby, hockey and motorcycle racing. Rollerball is a sport run by the Energy Corporation, one of many such conglomerates running the planet in a time when countries and individual governments are obsolete.
"THX 1138": THX 1138 is a chilling look at a 25th-century totalitarian state where mankind is stripped of any individuality. People are numbered drones, and a government-enforced program of sedating drugs controls the populace.)
"Farenheit 451": (In a dark futuristic world, literature, reading, and independent thought have been outlawed. The government has gone so far as to employ a special league of firemen to burn all books on sight.)
"They Live": Watch the entire movie if you still haven't. Trailer. Fast-forward to 2:42 (TV speech)
"Robocop": Governor of California saves Earth from robot attackers.
"Battle Royale": Japan at the start of the new millennium. The country is in a state of chaos, violence by rebellious teenagers in schools is completely out of control. The government hits back with a new law: every year a school class picked at random will be cast away on a desert island to fight it out among themselves.
"Minority Report": In Washington, D.C., in the year 2054, murder has been eliminated. The future is seen and the guilty punished before the crime has ever been committed.
"Brazil": In an Orwellian vision of the future, the populace are completely controlled by the state, but technology remains almost as it was in the 1970’s.
"Code 46": A love story set in an eerily possible near-future, where cities are heavily controlled and only accessible through checkpoints. People cannot travel unless they have "papelles," a special travel insurance.