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BEST CAPITALIST CRITIQUE: "F.I.S.T." vs "Jingle All the Way"
Written by Stallone with a young Joe Eszterhas and directed by Norman Jewison, "F.I.S.T." is simultaneously a celebration of organized labor in this country, as well as a cautionary tale about the corruption that sometimes comes at the top of powerful unions. In its own way, the Brian Levant-directed "Jingle All the Way" is a cautionary tale about capitalism run amuck, as well as the dangers of building a blockbuster film around Sinbad. You tell us... when it comes to warning audiences of the dangers of the free market, do you prefer ultra-serious Stallone or ultra-silly Schwarzenegger.