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This summer, blockbuster action movie ‘White House Down’ became the latest film to draw fire from America’s conservative cultural commentators. ‘If you spend one damn cent on this crap, you’re spitting on our troops!’ ranted right-wing blogger Kurt Schlichter, while others rushed to condemn the film’s alleged pro-Obama stance.
As the film arrives in British cinemas, we rifle through the archives and dig up a few more classic flicks that have – intentionally or otherwise – sparked righteous anger both at home and abroad.
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