7º – Big (Penny Marshall, 1988)After asking to become an adult in an amusement park machine, in what should only be a joke, a boy discovers the next day that his request had taken shape, now having to survive in a man’s body. ‘Big’ brings a simple story, but one that can amuse the viewer. Another attraction of the movie is the presence of Tom Hanks in front of the protagonist.
6º – Mrs. Doubtfire (Chris Columbus, 1993)Away from his children after divorcing his wife, a man decides to pretend to be an old lady and applies for a job as a nanny to stay close to the children. A comedy with the most traditional elements of the genre, ‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ succeeds in its onslaught by counting on Robin Williams. Here, the actor has a frenetic performance, giving a very special dynamic to each scene in which he is exposed.
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