Notice what they have in common? None of them are rated R. The first 18+ film actually appears 115 places from the top, and even then it's a movie about a sexy, suffering Jesus Christ. Because violence isn't inclusive. Violent protest repels legitimate support faster than a "Legalize It" banner made of cursed mummy wrap. And when it comes to overthrowing a government, it's all about universal popularity despite the undeniable disruption a protest causes.
Here's the thing: assuming the police are perfect angels (they won't be), even non-violent protests are objectively volatile from the start. Every demonstration from Occupy Wall Street to Ferguson to the Red Shirts in Bangkok wafts of sickly pot smoke and drains the local economy like an sozzled money vampire. Even the least violent events leave mountains of trash and harbor boisterous jackassery -- which the opposition inevitably uses to discredit the cause. This has gone on for decades, from Reddit scolding women's march litterbugs to the goddamn Civil Rights march on Selma.
It's amazing what petty straws will be grasped when people don't have a leg to stand on.
Finally -- protests don't require violence because it doesn't actually take that much force to topple tyranny. According to historical studies, only 3.5 percent of a population needs to engage in continuous nonviolent opposition in order to swiftly overcome a dictatorship.
But let's not get ahead of ourselves just yet. Because we haven't even gotten to the marketing stage of our revolution (yes, there's a marketing stage).