Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)

 Caution: we light up the F-bomb meter a few times.

Ferris Bueller 2

Oooooooooh yeah! The 20th edition of the Next 100 Project is a bonafide classic for people who grew up in the ’80s. Matthew Broderick is the most-famous character John Hughes ever created, smug though Ferris may be. Let’s not forget, this flick remains rather funny too. We break it all down, but you gotta check out Sparkplug Coffee before you listen to Bueller….Bueller…Bueller…


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Rotten Tomatoes reviews

Links to: Alan Ruck and Mia Sara and Jeffrey Jones and Jennifer Grey

AFI’s Top 100 Lists

1986 U.S. Box Office

Roger Ebert’s review of Ferris Bueller and of Planes, Trains & Automobiles

Links to: The Breakfast Club and Planes, Trains & Automobiles and Ferris Bueller TV show and Dogma and The Producers (2005)

YouTube links: “How could I possibly be expected to handle school on a day like this?” and Ferris convinces Cameron to take out the Ferrari and Danke Schoen and Twist & Shout on the parade float and Cameron wrecks his Pop’s Ferrari and the tribute to John Hughes at the 2010 Oscars

Previously on the N100P: Thelma & Louise

June 13th on the N100P: The Lady Eve