The Best of NYC FILM 

BEST ON-SCREEN MANHATTAN: The Girlfriend Experience

BEST ON-SCREEN BROOKLYN: Two Lovers

BEST ON-SCREEN STATEN ISLAND (REALLY): Big Fan

BEST COMPLETELY FABRICATED ON-SCREEN “NEW YORK”: The Taking of Pelham 123

BEST DESTRUCTION OF AN NYC LANDMARK: The International

BEST ON-SCREEN GAY PICK-UP OF ED BEGLEY JR. SEEMINGLY SHOT AT A BAR WHERE CERTAIN L MAGAZINE EDITORS SOMETIMES GO TO WATCH BASEBALL: Whatever Works

BEST EXAMPLE OF NETFLIX HEGEMONY: Kim’s Video Collapse

BEST PERIOD-COSTUMED EXTRAS SOON TO HANG OUT IN FRONT OF YOUR BUILDING: Boardwalk Empire’s

BEST VIDEO RENTAL STORES LEFT IN NEW YORK

BEST GRINDHOUSE: Alpine Cinema

BEST (ONLY) PLACE TO SEE A FIRST-RUN MOVIE WITHOUT BEING DRIVEN INSANE BY THE OTHER PEOPLE IN THE AUDIENCE: Cobble Hill Cinema

BEST (ONLY) PLACE TO SEE A FIRST-RUN MOVIE WITHOUT BEING DRIVEN INSANE BY THE OTHER PEOPLE IN THE AUDIENCE: Cobble Hill Cinema

BEST REMINDER THAT THAT CINEMA STUDIES DEGREE WAS PROBABLY A MISTAKE: The Observer and Andrew Sarris


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