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CORRUPTION SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: Unlimited (2011) is about a conspiracy that ultimately leads to an attempt to assassinate a political person. Perfect Rush (2012) is a GREAT movie about government corruption! Safe (2012); The Raid: Redemption (2012); Bangkok Revenge (2012); The Lincoln Lawyer (2011) shows boths side of the case are corrupt! Margin Call (2011), The Skin I Live In (2011), The Ides of March (2011), Moneyball (2011), Berlin '36 (2011), Apollo 18 (2011)(NASA claims: there was never an Apollo 18 mission and there is no secret footage pertaining to it.), The Debt (2011), Chasing Madoff (2011), The Whistleblower (2011), Point Blank (2011), The Devil's Double (2011), Kill the Irishman (2011); Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy; The Conspirator (2011), Fast Five (2011), Tower Heist(2011); The Red Riding Trilogy (2010); The Cartel (2010) is a comprehensive documentary about corruption in education, which focuses on the problems with politicans, unions, empire building and how it seems to be one of the biggest frauds involving money that exists in New Jersey! Casino Jack and the United States of Money suggests that the US Supreme Court does not think their should be limitations on campaign spending by Corporations! The Art of the Steal (2009) is brilliant at showing how the wealthy and politicans can get a judge to go against the wishes of a wealthy man's will. Corruption is common in government and industry as usually consists of bold crimes that are too obvious, which respectively tend to indicate conspiracies and frameups. Corruption is often obvious and often not easy to coverup because the intent is often the intimidation of the public. Some governments may have about 90% corruption rate, and it tends to be high in bad conditions or bad regions, especially if there is a drug problem or any unstability in the region, such as few employers, or if a hospital is the primary employer. Movies that tend to be the best about explaining and revealing institutional corruption are usually movie adaptations of comic books, graphic novels and novels, and some examples are the James Bond franchise, the Batman franchise, and Sin City (extreme violence). SPECTRE and is mentioned in the James Bond franchise as an organization that may control much of the criminal element, and the Batman franchise also references an organization that seems to want to destroy civilizations. Corruption within industry tends to be cost-shifted to Health, Education and Welfare or to charity organizations. The FBI may profess to investigate corruption, but they may actually focus on investigating serial killers and some cults PARTLY DUE TO POLITICAL PRESSURE! Serpico (1973) is a true story about corruption in NYPD should be compared with American Gangster (there have been allegations that the rate of corrupt is false in the so-called true story), and the fictional Training Day. Suspect (1987) and Star Chamber (1983) are two very interesting fictional accounts about judicial corruption, which may be much more common than most think. The Godfather, Casablanca, Apocalypse Now, Chinatown, Breach, SmokinĀEAces, Street Kings, L.A. Confidential, Snakes on a Plane, The Departed, Goodfellas, The Good Shepherd (2006), Under Fire, Charlie Wilsonís War, Rendition, The Bourne Supremacy, Syriana, Munich, Three Days of the Condor, Assault on Precinct 13, Bad Boys, Internal Affairs (1990), Mou gaan dou (2002), Cellular, Clear and Present Danger, Patriot Games, The Hunt for Red October, Conspiracy Theory, Dark Blue, Hot Fuzz, Man on Fire, Four Brothers, Blue Velvet, After the Sunset, Midnight Run, Once Upon a Time in America, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Ransom, Blue Velvet, Miami Vice (2006), Next, The Interpreter, The Departed, Assault on Precinct 13, Dark Blue, Fearless, The Kingdom, Manhunter, Miss Congeniality, Entrapment, The Recruit, The Siege, Charade, Untouchables, The Dying Gaul, Touch of Evil, Walking Tall, Suspect, Bordertown, Numb3rs, All the King's Men, Hollywoodland, City Hall (1996), Gang Related (1997), Magnum Force, Corruption (1968), and Corruption (1933) are about corruption, usually in the government (these tend to be action movies). Catch Me If You Can, Syriana (2005), The Deal (2005), Magnum Force, Once Upon a Time in America, City of God, Goodbye Lover, Boss of Big Town (1942) are about industry corruption. Interview with the Assassin (2002), The The Bourne Identity (2002)/ Ultimatum (2007)/Supremacy (2004) are about the training and brainwashing a person to become an assassin. Food, Inc. (2009), Citizen Cohn (1992)(TV), Angels in America (2003)(TV), I.O.U.S.A. (2008), Outrage (2009/I), Milk (2009), Frost / Nixon (2009), Bulworth (1998), Conspiracy Theory (1997), Wag the Dog (1998), The Hoax (2006) are VERY UNDER APPRECIATED AND DEEP! The movie franchises Angels and Demons (2009)/The Da Vinci Code (2006) and National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007)/National Treasure (2004) have the most symbols and signs with the most complex and interesting plots about complex motives to conspire and frame in historical contexts.