The 1974 version of The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, directed by Joseph Sargent, screenplay by Peter Stone, and starring Walter Matthau, Robert Shaw, Héctor Elizondo, Martin Balsam, and Jerry Stiller.
In addition to being an excellent cop movie, it’s also an excellent transit movie, and it has the most famous sneeze in cinema.
It is also a glorious snap-shot of the culture and weirdness of New York City in the 1970s.
It may be the most New York City movie ever.
After I saw the movie, I read the book, and was not impressed, but this movie was genius.
The 2 remakes that followed, not so much.