Crazy People
Rank Title Points Votes Your Vote
1
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.
Current Score:
45
Total Votes:
185
2
Workaholic ad exec Dustin Hoffman struggles with single parenthood after his wife (Meryl Streep) leaves him.
Current Score:
40
Total Votes:
184
3
Gaining the ability to hear the thoughts of the fairer sex proves useful for advertising hotshot Mel Gibson -- both professionally and personally.
Current Score:
30
Total Votes:
204
4
After not getting an agency promotion, Albert Brooks convinces his wife they should hit the road and start over. Of course, chaos ensues.
Current Score:
-21
Total Votes:
143
5
Larger-than-life Lily Tomlin begins to shrink after she's exposed to chemicals her ad man husband's been promoting.
Current Score:
-35
Total Votes:
139
6
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.
Current Score:
-40
Total Votes:
124
7
Bagley just wants to get ahead by creating the perfect campaign for a pimple cream. But instead he grows another head on his shoulder.
Current Score:
-41
Total Votes:
107
8
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.
Current Score:
-54
Total Votes:
124
9
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.
Current Score:
-62
Total Votes:
112
10
When joyless ad man, Harry Joy, dies of a heart attack, he learns that Hell is just like his former life -- only worse.
Current Score:
-66
Total Votes:
108