List of 911 Movies Set in New York

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After a childhood in New York City, Evan Goldman just been uprooted and brought to Appleton, Indiana with his mother. He has six weeks to go before he turns 13, and he has one mission: get all the cool kids in school to come to his Bar Mitzvah, or else spend the rest of his academic career banished to the land of the Geeks.

90 Church

The Federal Bureau of Narcotics is formed in New York City at 90 Church to combat organized crime and drug traffic in the mid-1960s through early 1970s. While the FBI refuses even to acknowledge organized crime, 30 agents stand alone against a well-organized Mafia and vicious drug cartels. To survive against impossible odds, the agents use incredibly brutal and cunning tactics to make cases and bring the war to a stalemate. Using an ever-expanding network of criminal informants hold together by secret immunity deals, the sinister reputation of 90 Church grows along with the rising body count. The bureau later merges with another and becomea the DEA.

A Cold Case

A fact-based crime drama about New York City District Attorney chief investigator Andy Rosenzweig's struggle to solve the 27-year-old murder of a friend … even though the case seems as cold and dead as a frozen corpse.

A Contract With God

Based on the graphic novel by Will Eisner, the set of four stories show tenement life in 1930s New York.

A Cop Between

A cop grows up in a mob family and joins the New York City police force. He gets seduced into compromising his integrity and badge and tries to save a childhood friend from getting murdered in a mob war.

A New York Heartbeat

Set in New York in 1957, the movie follows Spider (Holloway), a young gang leader who blunders into the gambling nest of a notorious gangster, makes off with a suitcase full of money and is beaten and left for dead. He is taken in by a sheltered young woman named Tamara (Habel), who hides him along with her reclusive, bedridden uncle, an exiled crime lord.

A**holes

Follows recovering addicts Adah and Aaron who are struggling to stay sober. After meeting in their psychoanalyst’s waiting room, they fall in love, relapse on poppers, and become the biggest assholes in New York City.

Alphabet City

A journalist goes undercover in one of New York City's worst neighborhoods to write a book about drug culture and gangs.

Alvin Ailey

Biopic about Alvin Ailey who founded the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater in New York City in 1958 and helped popularize modern dance.

American Neurotic

A New York womanizer who cannot commit confesses the details of his conquests to his psychiatrist. He finally meets his dream woman, but she turns out to be his shrink's daughter. As their relationship blossoms, his best friend and her dad do all they can to keep them apart.

American Wolf

O-Six, in some circles, is the world's most famous wild animal. The female alpha wolf, which is named after the year she was born, is collared and tracked by researchers at Yellowstone National Park, gaining a huge following from not only scientists but the public as well. She is shot by a hunter in 2012 just outside the park's boundaries, an act that causes howls around the country (she even got an obituary in The New York Times) despite it being legal — wolves are scaled back from endangered species' lists, so there are new population control measures in place.

Ballet 422

From first rehearsal to world premiere, BALLET 422 takes us backstage at New York City Ballet as Justin Peck, a young up-and-coming choreographer, crafts a new work. With unprecedented access to an elite world, BALLET 422 illuminates the process behind the creation of a single ballet.

Bathing Flo

It’s a New York-set story that centers on a man in need of a place to live, who’s given the chance to house-sit in exchange for free rent. He discovers the house is occupied by the man’s elderly mother Flo, who is part of the deal.

Becoming Traviata

Following world famous French soprano Natalie Dessay from the first repetitions until the premiere under the direction of Jean-Francois Sivadier, we meet a very special woman, a piece of art, a myth: La Traviata.

Bee Movie

"Bee Movie" is the comedic tale of Barry B. Benson, a graduate bee fresh out of college, who is disillusioned with the prospect of having only one career choice—honey. On a chance opportunity to go outside the hive, Barry's life is saved by a woman, Vanessa, a florist in New York City. As their relationship blossoms, Barry's eyes are opened to the world of humans and he soon discovers that people partake in the mass consumption of honey. Armed with this information, Barry realizes his true calling in life and decides to sue the human race for stealing the bees' honey. As a result, the bee and human communities get involved in ways they never had before, each one of them pointing a finger at the other. Barry gets caught up in the middle and finds himself with some very unusual problems to solve.

Begin Again

Seduced by dreams of making it in the big city, Gretta (Keira Knightley) and her long-time boyfriend move to New York to pursue their passion for music. She’s heartbroken when he dumps her for the fame and fortune of a big solo contract, leaving Gretta all on her own. Her world takes a turn for the better when a down-on-his-luck record producer (Ruffalo) stumbles upon her singing in a local bar and is immediately captivated by her raw talent and inspiring authenticity – they may be each other’s last chance to turn their lives around. Somewhere between friendship and their love of music, the two strangers strike a chord that captures the hearts of everyone around them, proving that every great story has its own soundtrack.

Bit Players

Three men (Dustin Hoffman, Gene Hackman, Robert Duvall) in a small Western town travel to New York City to exact revenge on a Wall Street swindler who has stolen money from them.

Black Flies

Follows a young paramedic Ollie Cross (Sheridan) navigates his first year on the job. He’s partnered with Rutkovsky (Gibson), an experienced medic who thrusts Ollie into the harsh realities of New York’s inner-city streets. Ollie ultimately finds his perspective on life and death beginning to shift.

Black Hats

An older Wyatt Earp spends his last years as a private detective and movie consultant in Los Angeles. Earp learns that his friend and compatriot Doc Holliday had a son, who is now living in Prohibition-era New York City. While Holliday is long dead, the son has gotten himself in trouble with a rising mobster, Al Capone. Earp teams up with Bat Masterson, one of his former deputies and now noted sportswriter for the New York Morning Telegraph, to take on the gang in what becomes a tale of six-shooters versus Tommy guns.