Every movie has a worldview. For that matter, all media has a worldview.
This article on Relevant magazine's website covers an interview with Craig Detwiler, author of Into the Dark, which is a philosophical/theological analysis of some of the 21st century's most prevalent films. Detwiler probably overstates his case about the question of explicit content in movies (potential viewers are "missing the point" of the Bible if they don't see these movies), but overall his message of awareness is well-stated.
Movies and television are inherently mediums that don't allow for thoughtful reflection. A viewer must maintain consistent attentiveness to the rapidly changing visual presentation so much so that he or she cannot stop and think about it. Thus, it is important to reflect and think even more about movies and television. After all, every movie has a worldview.