Top Ten 9/11 Truth-Related Films of All Time

This is my personal top ten list of the best 9/11 truth-related films of all time (with two honorable mentions). None of these movies are documentaries nor deal with the subject of 9/11 directly and all had a widespread theatrical release.

Comments and/or criticism are welcome in the comments section!

#10 - Casino Royale (2006)

#9 - Salt (2010)

#8 – The Sum of All Fears (2002)

#7 – Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001)

#6 – Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005)

#5 – Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (1991)

#4 – Three Days of the Condor (1975)

#3 – Shooter (2007)

#2 – Watchmen (2009)

#1 - The Long Kiss Goodnight (1996)

Honorable Mentions:

Clear and Present Danger (1994)

Thirteen Days (2000)

How Did You Overlook "V for Vendetta"?

I'm surprised I overlooked it too, Joe!

Actually, I first saw V for Vendetta in 2006, quite a few months before I was schooled on most 9/11 truth facts and terms such as controlled demolition, false-flag terror, double-think, left-right paradigm, etc., etc.

Since I only saw it once, all that has stuck in my mind about it ever since is what I could easily process and recognize at the time: Guantanamo Bay, the Iraq War, disinformation, and a potential totalitarian government set in a dystopian future.

Essentially, I thought it was mostly an updated 1984 for our times. But, because of your comment, I very carefully watched it again last night and discovered the common thread it (at least) shares with most of the films on my list: false-flag terror (accomplished via an engineered virus plague).

That said, I'm convinced it belongs in the top ten list above, but not sure where. I'm guessing someplace between #1 and #4.

What do you think?

Some "Sorta" Mentions

Seven Days In May-

Wag The Dog-


I'll have to check these out.

These recommendations are good because the more movies out there that are 9/11 truth-related, the easier it will be to explain 9/11 truth concepts to others (by analogy).

I'm sure by the end of next year, the top ten list will turn to into a top twenty.

Children of Men...

is a good one too. In the film there is a bombing and Michael Caine's character says (paraphrasing) "everytime a politician is in trouble a bomb goes off."

I've seen this one!

But it's been awhile. Will have to watch it again just for that one line. Next time around, I'll include a non-spoiler summary for each selection (explaining why it was chosen) and highlight the best 9/11 truth-related quote(s) from the film.

Keep 'em coming!