9º – Blind Date (Blake Edwards, 1987)Wrapped in a dull work routine, a man decides to accept a dark date proposed by a member of his family. However, his company turns out to be a completely misfit woman, causing a series of confusions in his life. Dynamic in its attacks, the film combines comedy and adventure, bringing a story that manages to involve its spectator and to cause several laughs. The film also features an uncommon core duo of actors, with the presence of the great Bruce Willis and Kim Basinger.
8º – The Money Pit (Richard Benjamin, 1986)The film brings the story of a young couple who buys a new home to build their lives. The problem is that the house ends up presenting a series of non-existent setbacks in the act of buying, leaving both in a state of complete paranoia. Fun from the first to the last scene, ‘The Money Pit’ delivers to its viewer a compendium of magical scenes, knowing if using the talent of its protagonist, the actor Tom Hanks.
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