Here's another one...
The 1993 "The Fugitive" remake - it was found out at the end that Harrison Ford's best friend framed him for his wife's murder b/c he wanted his hands on the blueprints of a "new wonder" drug Ford had in the works, and ended up falsifying his research. Having seen the movie several times, throughout it, they hinted over how research scientists and pharmeceutical companies are pretty corrupt.
Hhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmmmm...............especially considering that the medical profession is very corrupt, a warning in this movie, perhaps?
Also - the director of "The Fugitive"(Andrew Davis), made a VERY underrated gem in 1989 called "The Package" starring Gene Hackman and Tommy Lee Jones. The plot centered around an Army Col(Hackman) deploying a mysterious man(Jones) back to the US...but he ended up getting mugged at the airport, and this mysterious man not only went missing, but Hackman found out Jones wasn't the guy who he was told he was. To make a long story short - a group of rogue intelligence/military figures from both the US *and* Soviet Union were angry over a peace agreement b/w the Americans and Soviets over putting away nuclear weapons, and set out to make a troubled private soldier the patsy in their attempt to kill off this treaty and make their nuclear weapons program grow.
At the very end of the movie - you saw how this so-called "Cold War" was nothing but a hoax to begin with.(i.e. for us that have woken up, we've discovered this *hoax* as well) It was ALL about nukes and power.