Trading Places (1983)
Mortimer and Randolph Duke, a couple of filthy rich commodities brokers, wager a bet to switch the lives of two people at the opposite ends of the social spectrum – the well-mannered and educated Louis Winthorpe III (Dan Aykroyd) and Billy Ray Valentine (Eddie Murphy), a broke street hustler. While Winthorpe is cast out as a thief and drug abuser, Valentine is handed the high life on a silver platter. What’s the best way to hurt rich people? Make them poor. And that’s exactly how Winthorpe and Valentine seek their revenge.