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Classic Movie Review: Ferris Bueller's Day Off

Why did I put classic up there; the answer is simple. I don’t care what year it is, 1986 when the film came out, 2018, or even 2121; Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, along with many other films directed by the late John Hughes, will forever be listed as one of the best films for teens, students, young adults, whatever you want to list it as. 332 more words

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Scotland goes Hollywood: 'Dirty Dancing' in Dunblane

More than anything, the following examination of the Dunblane primary school massacre of 1996 shall represent an in depth glimpse into the very anatomy of a media hoax. 2,567 more words

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Chicagoan Gina Rodriguez Has Ferris Bueller Questions


James asks Chicago native Gina Rodriguez about “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” and Gina has some questions for Matthew Broderick about how much of the film was actually shot in Chicago. 18 more words

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Comedy Review Roundup

Let’s have a laugh (or, perhaps, not) with…

  • Police Academy (1984)
  • Black Dynamite (2009)
  • Four Lions (2010)
  • Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)


    Police Academy
    (1984)

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    Ferris Bueller's Day Off

    05/11/17

    The John Hughes season at The Cameo concludes with what might just be his most enjoyable movie. First released in 1986, it recounts the adventures of its titular hero, a wise-beyond-his years teenager, intent on taking the day off high school, even though he’s in danger of not graduating. 290 more words

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    TTYA - Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986)

    A movie about a delusional teenager. On more levels than one, if you ask me.

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    If I’m going to watch a teen movie from the 80’s, I’m gonna go for one of two extremes. 443 more words

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    Where Have all the Teen Movies Gone?

    Teen movies have been a staple for American cinema for decades. Classics such as Mean Girls, Clueless, The Heathers, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and a plethora of others have graced the silver screen. 614 more words

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