This is a rush transcript from "The Five," September 21, 2012. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.
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WHOOPI GOLDBERG, CO-HOST OF 'THE VIEW': No, it's not a mob. It's people getting pissed off, doing what Americans do.
ANDREW BREITBART: This was not done spontaneously. This was community organized.
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GREG GUTFELD, CO-HOST: I love horror movies. My favorite of all time? "Evil Dead 2." My second favorite? The Obama administration. I kid the O!
But hands down, the year's best horror film is the documentary Andrew Breitbart made shortly before he died. "Occupy Unmasked" is an in-depth investigation to the Occupy Wall Street, revealing the toxic, violent radicalism that festered within.
Director Steve Banon sent reporters into the mess and found what 99 percent of the mainstream media refuses to cover. That it was an orchestrated movement born of the destructive impulses of the academic left, anarchists and the gullible media who colluded within.
The movie also covers similar ideologies of the past, where millions of bodies piled high in the name of the greater good.
The ultimate goal of OWS, an overthrow of a free democracy, to be replaced by something else -- which can only be fascism. It was freedom for only those on top, which means suffering for those on bottom.
Thankfully, what began as a media-embraced movement now ends as a joke, but not a funny one. The rapes, assaults, the poisonous ideology, it's a punch line, all right. A punch line worthy of Jonestown.
This is the best movie I've seen on radicalism, because it's the only one I've ever seen on radicalism. No one in media would have ever had the guts to do this. It would have cost them jobs and/or tenure, for "Occupy Unmasked" spits in the face of this media academic complex.
But sadly, young people are seduced by this garbage every day, which is why parents must get their kids to see this. It might be the only inoculation they really need.
So, I got to say, Eric, you have to agree with me on this. It's too bad Breitbart is not around.
ERIC BOLLING, CO-HOST: I got to say very quickly, I don't have a lot of time. I understand that. But I have two members of Andrew Breitbart going across the streets, Del Fresco is drinking with them. He could hold your attention for hours. He was wonderful.
But the day after he went to dinner with Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn, it was unbelievable. From radical extremists and Andrew together, the stories that man had. I love him. It miss him, too.
JUAN WILLIAMS, CO-HOST: You know, Breitbart was a friend. And the thing about it, I always thought, man, that guy is intense. I mean, he would be screaming and shouting at me. Man, calm down. Then you know --
Anyway, all praise to Andrew for this film. I must say, it looks to me like the right now is into films as a way to attack Obama.
GUTFELD: Yes, well this is one of about three or four movies that coming out. You know what it is? They're playing catch-up. The film industry has always been very liberal.
DANA PERINO, CO-HOST: "Fahrenheit 9/11", you think of Michael Moore.
PERINO: (UNINTELLIGIBLE) Michael Moore. I'm sorry.
PERINO: What was the other one he did? About Detroit?
GUTFELD: "Roger and Me."
PERINO: That's the one that I first remember going to the movie theater to see. I do think conservatives have had a deficit in this area.
WILLIAMS: By the way, you know what? Breitbart was strong on school reform, America. Breitbart loved the idea of charter schools and vouchers. I'm telling you.
GUTFELD: Kimberly, what time are we going tonight?
KIMBERLY GUILFOYLE, CO-HOST: You and I?
GUTFELD: Yes. I got us a pedicab.
GUILFOYLE: Yes, right. A big spender, huh?
GUTFELD: It's a thing that you -- it's a cab with a bicycle, you strange person.
WILLIAMS: He got to a pedicure?
GUILFOYLE: That he was going to give me. Creepy.
GUTFELD: The movie is playing in select states around the country. I don't know which ones. But if you go to occupyunmasked.com, you will be able to find out more information on it and you can order the DVD.
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