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    Labor Movement movies

    Favs/dislikes: 9:0. This list contains movies which include the labor movement as part of their narrative. Featuring organizing, unions, and strikes, these movies depict the efforts of workers throughout history to work together for better conditions and treatment. This list strives to be comprehensive, and thus includes ... - movies that depict the labor movement in a positive light - movies that honestly depict the occasional errors and ambiguity of the labor movement - movies in which the labor movement is merely a background feature to a narrative focused on other themes - movies influenced by tendentious corporate interests that malign the working people through exaggeration and slander Please consult the following sources for more information: - Ken Margolies, "Silver Screen Tarnishes Unions," Screen Actor, 1981 ( - Steve Ross, "Working-Class Hollywood: Silent Film and the Shaping of Class in America," 2000 ( - The Library of Congress ( - The Labor Film Database (
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    New York Magazine's 101 Best New York City Movies

    Favs/dislikes: 6:0. This list was released in 2021. Here's the introductory text: What makes a great New York City movie? Not just a movie set in New York — there are plenty of those. We’re talking about a great New York City movie that transcends establishing shots and dodgy accents to immortalize something distinct about this place. The anxious pace of a weekday commute, the philharmonic overlapping of sidewalk talk, the sweaty jockeying for position on any square foot. Great New York City movies find beauty in the rot of Times Square and ugliness in the penthouses of Central Park West. Many reflect the perilous reality of living in Brooklyn today and the Bronx yesterday; others, the urbane fantasy. The best do both. In assembling this list of the greatest New York movies, we laid down a few ground rules: in the interest of fairness, a director could only be represented twice on the list; any selection had to take place mostly in New York City (even if it wasn’t shot in New York City); and, most important, it had to feel deliberately set in one of the five boroughs. Not just in any big city, but here.
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    Zero Official Lists

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    Alamo Terror Tuesday/Weird Wednesday

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