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Born in Philadelphia but raised in Manhattan, director Sidney Lumet made nearly all of his films in New York—from 1957’s 12 Angry Men to 2007’s Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead. Early in The Group, his delightfully soapy adaptation of the 1963 novel by Mary McCarthy, wedding guests lunch at the elegant old Brevoort Hotel before trailing the happy couple to the subway and blissfully throwing rice down the stairs after them. All told, it was the city’s biggest film production to date, budgeted at $2.6 million and calling for—according to Maura Spiegel’s Sidney Lumet: A Life —“thirty-five locations, more than fifty sets on sound stages, and more than a thousand costumes.” Filmed one summer in Central Park, with cameos from a mounted policeman, a gaggle of teens, and other random passersby, Symbiopsychotaxiplasm is ostensibly about the making of a romantic drama—we see the same marital squabble performed again and again—which soon begins to fall apart. The crew, we learn, is working without any real sense of the movie’s story, structure, or even its cast, and they debate whether the director (Greaves, seemingly playing himself) actually knows what he’s doing. It’s little wonder, in the end, that the working title for their project is “Over the Cliff.”
“New York, New York, it’s a wonderful town!” So begins the opening number of this golden age romp, adapted from the Broadway musical of the same name (and, before that, Jerome Robbins’s 1944 ballet Fancy Free). Directed by Gene Kelly and Stanley Donen, On the Town stars Kelly, Frank Sinatra, and Jules Munshin as Gabey, Chip, and Ozzie, three Navy men spending their shore leave in the Big Apple. From its artful prologue (the colorblocked Saul Bass graphics, those bird’s-eye views, that utterly irresistible Leonard Bernstein score!) to its lacerating finale, West Side Story set a high watermark for New York movies. Under the direction of Robert Wise and director-choreographer Jerome Robbins (who also commandeered the original stage production), the playgrounds and fire escapes of the Upper West Side framed an epic—and enduringly compelling—urban love story.
Sleek, over-ear headphones or a cinematic experience-worthy television could keep him entertained for hours. A robotic lawnmower, however, will guarantee he’ll spend less time cutting grass and more time with you. Hard to please fathers won’t be able to turn down an ultra-luxe golf bag or a pair of Formula 1 tickets, so long as you’re there to join him for the experience. At the best of times, life in New York can be disarmingly cinematic, whether you’re walking through the park (any park!) on a perfect fall day, jammed into a booth at a gorgeous old-style restaurant, or riding the Q train over the East River. The hum and thrum of the city is filled with grace notes—which is why, for decades and decades, its boroughs have been a backdrop for some of film’s most hilarious, romantic, and deeply moving moments. Whatever your go-to genre—musicals, thrillers, crime dramas, romantic comedies—here’s a roundup of movies to remind you why there’s simply no place like New York.
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