Zizek basically wants to show how "ideologies" manipulate our psychologies. He mentions nazism and stalinism, but his basic targets are capitalism and "consumerism". He mostly uses examples from Hollywood films. The psychological jargon is as impressive as it should be, but the messages are pretty shallow. He concludes by lamenting the failures of the Russian, Cuban and Chinese revolutions and by advocating further radical action, which will "redeem also the past failed revolutions". In the supposedly funny after credits scene, he shows again his prophetic moral superiority. Could somebody tell me who is blinded by semi-religious ideology here?