Don't ask how I found it. Just look at http://www.etext.org/Politics/MIM/movies/ . The sad part is ... they're serious.
Some excerpts ...
A Bug's Life
Amerikan imperialism has always cloaked itself in the rhetoric of freedom and the struggle against oppression, while actually denying the broad masses any true freedom and oppressing entire peoples around the globe. So very few audiences will recognize themselves or their government in the grasshoppers of "A Bug's Life" and take home the lesson that they should be fighting against Amerikan imperialism.
Men in Black
The Men in Black consider themselves "above the system," and indeed they are in this movie fantasy of the aspiring intergalactic bourgeoisie which long ago went beyond petty national conflicts like that seen at the Mexican border. The Men in Black want their rule to appear "neutral" and beneficial to humyn-kind, as if it were possible for a state to be class-neutral.
Peter Parker said "With great power comes great responsibility." The great power he refers to is his Spider-power. MIM would take this quote and apply it to the power of the people to end hunger, stop deaths from preventable diseases, end wars, stop the destruction of the environment, and build a world where no group of people has power over other groups. All individuals have the power to take up this fight, and particularly here in the imperialist countries where we benefit from this suffering around the world, we have a responsibility to do so.