That is, exemplary movies that promote standing for justice, reasonable philosophies for living-religion and opposing oppression
Gladiator--bread & circuses//in a democracy you gotta win the crowd but the crowd is a mob
Inherit the Wind
Mao's Last Dancer--communism vs. capitalism
The Tree of Life--If there is a God, He does not intervene
The Brave One
Robin Hood (2010)--Opposes an oppressive crown, sheriff and church
To Kill a Mockingbird
Doubt--religion's biggest problem, if God intervenes, then why (fill in the blank)?
Eyes Wide Shut--the primacy of fidelity and the need to avoid jealousy
The Devil's Advocate--vanity (valuing your rights above other's) is the ONLY sin
The Dark Knight--pretty standard except for Alfred's speech about those who "just want to watch the world burn".
Rambo--all three (opposing oppression, standing for justice and reasonable philosophies), "God didn't save you, we did".