Mad Men's Robert Morse (a.k.a. Bert Cooper) first made his mark in the onscreen advertising world of the '60s with this musical farce.
Workaholic ad exec Dustin Hoffman struggles with single parenthood after his wife (Meryl Streep) leaves him.
Gaining the ability to hear the thoughts of the fairer sex proves useful for advertising hotshot Mel Gibson -- both professionally and personally.
After not getting an agency promotion, Albert Brooks convinces his wife they should hit the road and start over. Of course, chaos ensues.
Larger-than-life Lily Tomlin begins to shrink after she's exposed to chemicals her ad man husband's been promoting.
Dudley Moore plays a brilliant ad exec who finds himself institutionalized by his firm after he develops a series of ads that are too truthful.
Bagley just wants to get ahead by creating the perfect campaign for a pimple cream. But instead he grows another head on his shoulder.
Written and directed by Robert Downey Sr. (yes, that Jr.'s dad), this '60s arthouse hit is a wildly irreverent satire about race and advertising.
A verbally-gifted ad man (Campbell Scott) takes his teenage nephew (Jesse Eisenberg) under his wing to show him how to be a ladies man.
When joyless ad man, Harry Joy, dies of a heart attack, he learns that Hell is just like his former life -- only worse.