3º – Over the Top (Menahem Golan, 1987)The story of the film presents the struggle of a truck driver to win the trust of his teenage son. Bad and permeated by clichés, ‘Over the Top’ conquers us by the nostalgic factor inseparable from the film and its corresponding decade.
2º – Lucy (Luc Besson, 2014)After being a victim of the black market of drugs, a woman undergoes a mutation in her body and can now reach the full potential of the human brain. Nurturing a good proposal, ‘Lucy’, however, stands out as a regular film, with problems in its script, saving itself by the beautiful scenes of action.
1º – Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead (Stephen Herek, 1991)After being left with an elderly nanny who is dying, after her mother leaves town, a teenager and her younger brothers will have to turn around to survive without the help of adults. Quite present in the second part of the 1990s in the afternoon session, the film has a superficial and clichéd plot, but which fulfills its job of entertaining its audience.