Google on "Mobs at universities" to get you started with one form of resistance that's comparable to the mobs in "Try and Get Me" and "The Lawless". This sort of resistance is anti-property rights and quite violent.
Curious about "resistance" in the noir context, if it exists, I googled on one word: resistance. This brought me to "The resistance party": https://www.theresistanceparty.org/
Its platform is definitely not anti-State or pro-freedom or pro-private property rights. It stands for Universal healthcare, calling it a human right. This is nonsense. If they were actually pro-freedom and pro-rights, the logical position is to make a program like Medicare optional or voluntary, A to Z. Let those who want a government-controlled health care system enroll in it, bearing its costs and risks themselves. They have no right to impose it on those who might like to opt out and find other ways to handle their healthcare. There is no right being maintained when one is forced into a system by force of law.
Is this what noir films are supposed to be laying out, explicitly or implicitly?
Their education plank is dreadful, endorsing the state's power in this sphere. Again, if there are people who want the state to control education, let them enroll voluntarily in such a system, paying for it and assuming its results and risks on their own, while allowing those who want alternative systems to opt out and freely choose what they want. Let freedom prevail and the implementation of real rights.
If those on the right want vouchers, let them create such a system on their own, but do not impose it on everyone. If those on the left want detailed state regulations, let them create a system that does it for them, but do not impose it on everyone.
If someone wants to make socially-relevant or irrelevant movies, let them do so voluntarily, bearing the costs and risks themselves, but not forcing everyone to finance their favored scripts.
Resist the coercive powers of the state in all those areas of human action where it is thwarting rights and freedoms and creating injustice, privileges and harm.
The progressive, democratic socialist agenda calls for as much coercion in our lives as does the conservative agenda, and they often meet to pass bills that no one has read except the lobbyists seeking favors. Resist both.
Resist philosophies that justify injustice and trample on private property rights. Resist their measures and programs. When you resist particular people, resist all of those who wield unjust powers. Resist not only Trump, but also Warren and Sanders and Graham and McCain. Resist mobs, whether they be neo-Nazi or Antifa or black bloc. Resist Bush 2 but also resist Bush 1, both Clintons and Obama. Resist the Empire. Do not make resistance into a left-wing thing or a right-wing thing.
Resist majority rule over areas of your lives wherein the majority, which is a mob, has no right to rule. The mobs in those classic noir films are the same mobs as those who vote to impose measures upon those with fewer votes. If we and they could only vote on a strictly limited set of activities, the system might be tolerable. But voting today is over almost anything that one might do. This is a recipe for mob rule being "legitimized" through so-called "rule of law", including voting and majority rule. This is corruption, the typical result of democracy.
Resistance to Trump to be replaced by President Warren or Sanders doesn't move us toward a free society. It's more imposition of power over us and our choices. The decision rights should be in our personal hands, not in the hands of a government monopoly of power, no matter who happens to be at the helm. We can form our own societies and sub-societies to insure us against perils and make us safe. We do not require that our lives be ordered by smooth-talking lawyers who inhabit Washington.
There IS a swamp, not that Trump is about to drain it. We're the ones who make that swamp possible. We are the mob. We fashion our own chains. We have to resist the temptations to impose what we think is right and good on everyone else. We have to resist the siren calls for free lunches promising us security, health, employment, safety, high minimum wages, and education that are not really free at all.