Great Big Business Films!
Often called the best film of all time, it is based on the life of William Randolph Hearst.
When a man rejects his female boss, she charges him with sexual harassment.
From the Terrace
An ambitious young executive climbs to the top.
Glengarry Glen Ross
Often regarded as a critique of the Reagan administration's impact on the American economy, the play and film focus on a competitive group of real estate salesmen who've gone from feast to famine in a market gone cold.
Media madness reigns supreme in screenwriter Paddy Chayefsky's scathing satire about the uses and abuses of network television.
The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit
Gregory Peck plays a young New York executive who defies the wisdom of the corporate class by deciding his family is more important than the offer of a new job. Lots of melodrama, guilt, and a revelation about a wartime affair (told in flashback), but this well-oiled, good-looking 1956 film still holds up pretty well. Based on a novel by Sloan Wilson.
Tucker The Man and His Dream
The story of Preston Tucker, the maverick car designer and his ill fated challenge to the auto industry with his revolutionary car concept.
A young and impatient stockbroker is willing to do anything to get to the top.
A Front Row Seat