‘Annie Hall’ lidera la lista de los 101 guiones más divertidos de la historia

‘Annie Hall‘, escrita por Woody Allen y Marshall Brickman, es la película con el guion más divertido de la historia del cine. Éste ha sido el ...
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Annie Hall‘, escrita por Woody Allen y Marshall Brickman, es la película con el guion más divertido de la historia del cine. Éste ha sido el veredicto del Gremio de Guionistas de la industria de Estados Unidos, quienes esta semana dieron a conocer su selección de las 101 mejores comedias en una ceremonia presentada por Rob Reiner.

Acompañando a la vencedora en el Top 5 se encuentran ‘Con faldas y a lo loco’ (‘Some Like It Hot’), ‘Atrapado en el tiempo’ (‘Groundhog Day’), ‘¡Aterriza como puedas!’ (‘Airplane!’) y ‘Tootsie’. Cabe destacar que el prolífico Allen cuenta con 6 de sus trabajos entre los 101 mejores y que Mel Brooks tiene 3 títulos entre los 12 primeros. A continuación podéis consultar la lista completa:

Annie Hall” (Woody Allen y Marshall Brickman, 1977)

“Some Like It Hot” (Billy Wilder y I.A.L. Diamond, 1959)

“Groundhog Day” (Danny Rubin y Harold Ramis, 1993)

“Airplane!” (James Abrahams, David Zucker y Jerry Zucker, 1980)

“Tootsie” (Larry Gelbart y Murray Schisgal, 1982)

“Young Frankenstein” (Gene Wilder y Mel Brooks, 1974)

“Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb” (Stanley Kubrick, Peter George y Terry Southern, 1964)

“Blazing Saddles” (Mel Brooks, Norman Steinberg, Andrew Bergman, Richard Pryor, Alan Uger, 1974)

“Monty Python and the Holy Grail” (Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones y Michael Palin, 1975)

“National Lampoon’s Animal House” (Harold Ramis, Douglas Kenney & Chris Miller, 1978)

“This Is Spinal Tap” (Christopher Guest, Michael McKean, Rob Reiner & Harry Shearer, 1984)

“The Producers” (Mel Brooks, 1967)

“The Big Lebowski” (Ethan Coen & Joel Coen, 1998)

“Ghostbusters” (Dan Aykroyd & Harold Ramis, 1984)

“When Harry Met Sally…” (Nora Ephron, 1989)

“Bridesmaids” (Annie Mumolo & Kristen Wiig, 2011)

“Duck Soup” (Bert Kalmar y Harry Ruby, 1933)

“There’s Something About Mary” (John J. Strauss, Ed Decter, Peter Farrelly & Bobby Farrelly, 1998)

“The Jerk” (Steve Martin, Carl Gottlieb y Michael Elias, 1979)

“A Fish Called Wanda” (John Cleese, 1988)

“His Girl Friday” (Charles Lederer, 1940)

“The Princess Bride” (William Goldman, 1987)

“Raising Arizona” (Ethan Coen & Joel Coen, 1987)

“Bringing Up Baby” (Hagar Wilde y Dudley Nichols, 1938)

“Caddyshack” (Brian Doyle-Murray, Harold Ramis & Douglas Kenney, 1980)

“Monty Python’s Life Of Brian” (Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin, 1979)

“The Graduate” (Calder Willingham y Buck Henry, 1967)

“The Apartment” (Billy Wilder & I.A.L. Diamond, 1960)

“Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan” (Sacha Baron Cohen, Anthony Hines & Peter Baynham & Dan Mazer, 2006)

“The Hangover” (Jon Lucas & Scott Moore, 2009)

“The 40-Year-Old Virgin” (Judd Apatow & Steve Carell, 2005)

“The Lady Eve” (Preston Sturges, 1941)

Empate: “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” (John Hughes, 1986) y “Trading Places” (Timothy Harris & Herschel Weingrod, 1983)

“Sullivan’s Travels” (Preston Sturges, 1941)

“Planes, Trains and Automobiles” (John Hughes, 1987)

“The Philadelphia Story” (Donald Ogden Stewart, 1940)

“A Night at the Opera” (George S. Kaufman y Morrie Ryskind, 1935)

“Rushmore” (Wes Anderson & Owen Wilson, 1998)

“Waiting for Guffman” (Christopher Guest & Eugene Levy, 1996)

“The Odd Couple” (Neil Simon, 1968)

“The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad!” (Jerry Zucker, Jim Abrahams, David Zucker & Pat Proft, 1988)

“Office Space” (Mike Judge, 1999)

“Big” (Anne Spielberg & Gary Ross, 1988)

“National Lampoon’s Vacation” (John Hughes, 1983)

“Midnight Run” (George Gallo, 1988)

“It Happened One Night” (Robert Riskin, 1934)

“MAS*H” (Ring Lardner, Jr., 1970)

“Harold and Maude” (Colin Higgins, 1971)

“Shaun of the Dead” (Simon Pegg & Edgar Wright, 2004)

“Broadcast News” (James L. Brooks, 1987)

“Arthur” (Steven Gordon, 1981)

“Four Weddings and a Funeral” (Richard Curtis, 1994)

Empate: “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy” (Will Ferrell & Adam McKay, 2004) y “Dumb and Dumber” (Peter Farrelly, Bennett Yellin & Bob Farrelly, 1994)

“Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery” (Mike Myers, 1997)

“The General” (Buster Keaton y Clyde Bruckman, 1926)

“What’s Up, Doc?” (Buck Henry, David Newman & Robert Benton, 1972)

“Wedding Crashers” (Steve Faber & Bob Fisher, 2005)

“Sleeper” (Woody Allen & Marshall Brickman, 1973)

“Galaxy Quest” (David Howard y Robert Gordon, 1999)

“It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World” (William y Tania Rose, 1963)

“Best in Show” (Christopher Guest & Eugene Levy, 2000)

“Little Miss Sunshine” (Michael D. Arndt, 2006)

“South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut” (Trey Parker, Matt Stone & Pam Brady, 1999)

“Being There” (Jerzy Kosinski, 1979)

“Back to the Future” (Robert Zemeckis & Bob Gale, 1985)

“Superbad” (Seth Rogen & Evan Goldberg, 2007)

“Bananas” (Woody Allen y Mickey Rose, 1971)

“Moonstruck” (John Patrick Shanley, 1987)

“Clueless” (Amy Heckerling, 1995)

“The Palm Beach Story” (Preston Sturges, 1942)

“The Pink Panther” (Maurice Richlin & Blake Edwards, 1963)

“The Blues Brothers” (Dan Aykroyd y John Landis, 1980)

“Coming to America” (David Sheffield & Barry W. Blaustein, 1988)

“Take the Money and Run” (Woody Allen y Mickey Rose, 1969)

“Election” (Alexander Payne & Jim Taylor, 1999)

“Love and Death” (Woody Allen, 1975)

Empate: “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” (Dale Launer, Stanley Shapiro & Paul Henning, 1988) y “Lost in America” (Albert Brooks & Monica Johnson, 1985)

“Manhattan” (Woody Allen & Marshall Brickman, 1979)

“Modern Times” (Charles Chaplin, 1936)

“My Cousin Vinny” (Dale Launer, 1992)

“Mean Girls” (Tina Fey, 2004)

“Meet the Parents” (Jim Herzfeld y John Hamburg, 2000)

“Fargo” (Joel Coen & Ethan Coen, 1996)

“My Favorite Year” (Dennis Palumbo y Norman Steinberg, 1982)

“Stripes” (Len Blum & Dan Goldberg y Harold Ramis, 1981)

“Beverly Hills Cop” (Daniel Petrie, Jr., 1984)

“City Lights” (Charles Chaplin, 1931)

“Sideways” (Alexander Payne & Jim Taylor, 2004)

“Broadway Danny Rose” (Woody Allen, 1984)

“Swingers” (Jon Favreau, 1996)

“The Gold Rush” (Charles Chaplin, 1925)

“The Miracle Of Morgan’s Creek” (Preston Sturges, 1944)

“All About Eve” (Joseph L. Mankiewicz, 1950)

“Arsenic and Old Lace” (Julius Epstein & Philip G. Epstein, 1944)

“The Royal Tenenbaums” (Wes Anderson & Owen Wilson, 2001)

“Mrs. Doubtfire” (Randi Mayem Singer & Leslie Dixon, 1993)

“Flirting with Disaster” (David O. Russell, 1996)

“Shakespeare in Love” (Marc Norman & Tom Stoppard, 1998)