Favorite “Taxing” Movies

Apparently I am not the first (nor will I be the last) to think of this as a theme on U.S. Tax Day (which I hope you know is TODAY). But here it goes anyway, my top films that deal with taxes, in varying forms (see what I did there):

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The Untouchables (1987): Epic levels of violence only to draw to a close as a result of crappy mob bookkeeping.

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The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938): Technicolor splendor.

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The Young Philadelphians (1959): Nuttin’ wrong with showing Paul Newman some love … he’s a tax attorney in this one!

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What are some of your favorites?

 

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  1. I just part of saw THE YOUNG PHILADELPHIANS…not the snappiest-paced film ever. But Paul Newman is possibly the best-looking tax attorney ever 😉
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