Came across this list. http://www.corporatecrimereporter.com/topmovies012606.htm Anyone got any to add...comment...review? Top 50 Corporate Crime Movies are: (* indicates documentary) American Dream (1991) (Workers vs. Hormel)* An Injury to One (2002) (Butte, Montana vs. Anaconda Mining)* Barbarians At the Gate (1993) (Corporate greed, ‘80s style) Blue Vinyl (2002) (Toxic PVC)* Bulworth (1998) (Beatty vs. corporate corruption) The China Syndrome (1979) (Nuclear near meltdown) A Civil Action (1989) (Leukemia in Woburn) Class Action (1991) (Unsafe automobiles) The Constant Gardener (2005) (Big pharma) Coma (1978) (Hospital nightmare) The Corporation (2004) (The big picture)* The Distinguished Gentleman (1992) (Eddie Murphy, power lines and cancer clusters) The Dogs of War (1981) (Corporate mercenaries overthrow dictator) Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room (2005) (Fraud)* Erin Brockovich (2000) (Water pollution and illness) The Formula (1980) (Oil company snuffs out people in the know) Fun with Dick & Jane (2005)(Jim Carrey meets Enron) Harlan County USA (1976) (Mining industry vs. workers) The Insider (1999) (Tobacco whistleblower) Libby, Montana (2004) (W.R. Grace contaminates a community)* Living With the Spill (1991) (Exxon Valdez)* Lord of War (2005) (Arms industry) McLibel (2005) (Up against McDonald’s)* Manchurian Candidate (2004) (Corporate puppet in the White House?) Matewan (1987) (Coal industry) Other People’s Money (1991) (Corporate raider vs. family business) The Parallax View (1974) (Corporate assassinations) Poletown Lives! (1980) (GM tears down a neighborhood)* Pootie Tang (2001) (A CEO who wants kids to smoke, drink and eat fast food.) Power Trip (2004) (An American power company in Tblisi – not pretty)* Quiz Show (1994) (Prime time fraud) The Rainmaker (1997) (Law firm vs insurance company) Robocop (1987) (Robo takes on Detroit Inc.) Roger & Me (1989) (Michael takes on Detroit Inc.)* Rollerball (1975) (Globocorps divert the masses) Salt of the Earth (1953) (NM mineworkers stick it to the man) Silkwood (1983) (Nuclear whistleblower) Super Size Me (2004) (Fast food nation)* Syriana (2005) (Oil companies dominate) Taken for a Ride (1996) (Auto, oil company campaign to destroy mass transit)* Thank You for Smoking (2006) (Big tobacco gets kids to smoke) Tucker (1988) (Trying to build a different car) Vietnam: The Secret Agent (1983) (Agent Orange disaster)* Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price (2005) (Retail Giant Dominates)* Wall Street (1987)(Greed is good) Walker (1987) (Corporate interests take over Nicaragua) Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (1988) (Auto, oil companies rip up the tracks) Who Killed the Electric Car? (2005) Auto companies)* Why We Fight (2005) (It’s a cash proposition)* Wild Palms (1993) (Corporate takeover through virtual reality) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Power Trip looks really good: http://www.pbs.org/independentlens/powertrip/film.html also Why We Fight (2005) http://www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour/documentaries/storyville/why-we-fight.shtml (on BBC 4 Wednesday 23 March 2005 10pm-11.40pm; 2.10am-3.50am !) Who Framed Roger Rabbit?...good call!