This is a movie from eight years ago. But it has a very red pill message. Though from the trailer one cannot see it. Probably the message could not have been made too visible, or protests would have been lodged. Let us consider the plot.
The tough friends and partners Virgil Cole and Everett Hitch arrive in the town of Appaloosa and they are hired as marshal and deputy by the local politicians with absolute power to rule the city. In their first assignment, they face the gang of the powerful rancher Randall Bragg, who had killed Marshall Jack Bell and his two deputies, and they kill three gunmen. When the refined piano player Allison French arrives in Appaloosa, she stays close to Virgil and they decide to live together. Meanwhile one employee of Bragg offers to testify against his boss and Virgil and Everett bring him to court, where he is sentenced to death by hanging. While transporting Bragg in the train to be executed, two gunmen abduct Allie to force Virgil to release the criminal. Bragg escapes with his men and Allie through the desert, with Virgil and Everett on their tail.
This is where things gets interesting. Virgil and Everett track down the bad guys, and are spying through a telescope their camp. They see Allie acting less like a hostage, and more like a lover. They are very disappointed in seeing this behavior, and wonder what to do next. Being good guys and all, they end up rescuing her anyway and defeating the bad guys.
So what is the red pill lesson contained in this movie? It is that women are sometimes less than loyal, and will switch sides depending on who looks like they have the winning hand. Agree or disagree?