3º – The Nutty Professor (Jerry Lewis, 1963)A teacher misfit and rejected by women decides to create an experiment that will completely alter his personality, leaving him now an attractive man. The problem is that the effects of the experiment are not only positive, but their duration is quite limited. Relying on Jerry Lewis’s unique talent to guide each scene, ‘The Nutty Professor’ succeeds in being funny from the first to the last scene. An odd comedy film that, even more than 50 years after its release, still remains potent in its proposal to entertain and provoke laughs in its viewer.
2º – The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (David Zucker, 1988)An unconventional police officer tries to destroy a plan that has the queen as target, getting involved in the most diverse confusions. ‘The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!’ provokes laughs at your viewer in each scene delivered, with a plot in satire format, playing with various elements from various fields of the world. It is also worth highlighting the incredible Leslie Nielsen who commands the central character.
1º – Lost in America (Albert Brooks, 1985)Tired of a dull routine in his professional life, a couple, in their thirties, decides to leave everything behind and embark on a journey through the United States in a trailer. However, a small setback will remove this couple from the comfort zone and compromise the entire journey. Intelligent and dynamic Road Movie, ‘Lost in America’ is a comedy-making class. A movie that can amuse with simple situations and common to life.