8º – Where the Buffalo Roam (Art Linson, 1980)Following in the footsteps of eccentric journalist Hunter S. Thompson, the plot will seek to convey to the viewer all the aura of incongruity that governs the behavior of that man, always using exacerbated comic scenes. ‘Where the Buffalo Roam’, despite a really dubious quality film, is the opportunity to see Bill Murray still early in his career, delivering a positive performance.
Read More: 10 Movies With Powerful Women
7º – Caddyshack (Harold Ramis, 1980)We will have the various forms of life in the day to day of a field of an unleashed golf club, exposing the routines of several different characters. Despite not taking the edge of the film, Bill Murray manages, in his time on screen, to leave his presence “tattooed” in the head of the spectator.
6º – Ghostbusters (Ivan Reitman, 1984)Three mediocre parapsychologists decide to join their latest efforts in professional life in opening a bold new project: hunting ghosts for New York. Undisputed classic of the 1980s, ‘Ghostbusters’ is a movie that entertains your audience from the first to the last minute, always delivering comical success stories.
5º – Scrooged (Richard Donner, 1988)A successful middle-aged man has to deal with the need to change his erratic behavior about the world when he is visited by strange types of ghosts on Christmas Eve. Directed by the great Richard Donner, ‘Scrooged’ is a good film that fulfills its central proposal and, in addition, it is protected as a great option for entertainment at Christmas.
Continued on Next Page