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Ferris Bueller’s Day Off 2: What a Mess, I Confess

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)
Starring Matthew Broderick

LAST SEEN: “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” 434 more words


Review 1,000!!! Timecop (1994)

Thank you, dear reader, for sticking with me through 1,000 reviews. I presume none of you have been foolish enough to read them all, but if I’ve provided some entertainment or given some recommendations while indulging in something I’d happily do for my own amusement (watch and think about old movies) then I’m satisfied. 1,164 more words


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. 338 more words


Flashback Friday-Legend (1985)

One of the great things about movies is that they can take us to places that we could never go to in our daily lives. 132 more words


Timecop (1994)

CULT – 0

Verdict – 2/5

Pros –

1) Van Damme in his prime… 69 more words


Ferris Bueller's Day Off


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


Timecop (1994, Peter Hyams)

Timecop is deceptively competent. Sort of. There’s often something off about it, but then director Hyams will do something else decent and distract. Hyams also manages to get a perfectly serviceable performance out of lead Jean-Claude Van Damme. 681 more words