Or television show, novel, play, or other work of narrative or dramatic art, for that matter.
In another current thread, talking about movies in which the ostensible hero of the movie turns out to be responsible for the mayhem on screen, someone mentioned the movie Hero from a few years back, which tells a myth about the unification of China 2000 years ago. I mentioned that I find Hero’s politics abhorrent–it’s basically an apologia for totalitarianism—even though I love the movie; I find its cinematography so gorgeous that I can forgive the repellent message. In another thread people are arguing about 24 and whether it’s overal message is liberal or conservative, with a consensus that, if it became too strongly one way or the other, it would sacrifice its audience.
Allof which brings me to the point of THIS thread: have you ever liked a movie/book/etc but hated the politics or morals behind it? How important is it that a work of fiction or drama support your political POV?