Adam F. Goldberg talks with THR about wooing Charlie Sheen back for his 'Ferris Bueller' tribute, finally taking on Tiffany's mall tours as well as plans for Duran Duran. read more
In his new book, John Hughes: A Life in Film, critic Kirk Honeycutt decodes why the late director's movies still matter so much. It seemed especially cruel when John Hughes passed away from a heart attack in 2009 at just 59 years old. Show More Summary
President Obama wants to raise taxes--again. With Republican control of both House and Senate, what is he to do? Get out his pen.
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For when your parents don't want you to stay up on "YouTube" all night. This is just a preview of the ultra-slim iPhone 7. (via Imgur) If we've learned anything from Ferris Bueller's Day Off, it is that it's easier to trick your parents into thinking they are getting their way than to argue with them. Show More Summary
Things get more specific on Google's next Nexus, MWC plots the gadget road ahead, and even Ferris Bueller makes an appearance. BitStream is the perfect amount of tech news and rumors to start off your morning. Read more...
Last night, ABC?s The Goldbergs put together an episode that paid homage to Ferris Bueller?s Day Off. Lines were quoted and iconic scenes were recreated with a Goldbergs twist, including a scene where Charlie Sheen reprised his iconic characterClick To Continue Reading
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Bueller... Bueller... Goldberg? The Goldbergs will pay homage to Ferris Bueller's Day Off on Wednesday's episode, when Barry (Troy Gentile) is inspired by the film to stage his own day off from school. Oscars fashion this and misses So what are Barry's keys to faking out the parents? As seen in the ... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com The Goldbergs Troy Gentile
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If you’re a child of the late eighties haven’t been watching The Goldbergs then you are missing out on some fantastic memories of times gone by, back before the Internet changed everything. This week, The Goldbergs is doing a Ferris Buehller’s Day Off episode and they’ve brought in the big gun to sit like a […]
It was 30 minutes until showtime, and the group backstage was singing scales to warm up and putting the finishing touches on hair and makeup.
(YouTube link) The 1980s were a golden age for coming-of-age movies. Was it because there were so many of them, or because they were so good? There was Flashdance, Footloose, Fame, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, and movies that didn’t start with an F as well. Show More Summary
On Feb. 15, "The Breakfast Club" turns 30 years old. What's most important about the film, in addition to the way it encapsulates adolescence in the '80s (along with two other John Hughes films, "Sixteen Candles" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off"), is its role in pioneering that "kids from all around the lunchroom" ensemble format. Show More Summary
Ferris Bueller made me realize I was a bore. So, I found three easy ways to be more interesting without having to say a word. The post From Boring to Captivating is as Easy as 1,2,3 appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Great job on the quiz, Ferris fans! Here are the stats, answers, and winners! STATS 8,196 people took the quiz 1,441 people scored 100%! The question most people (98%) was…#17. The question missed by the most people (only 54% got it right) was…#54. Show More Summary
It’s time for the Ferris Bueller Movie Quiz! Can’t wait to see how you all do. To take the quiz, just answer the questions below. Select the best answer for each of the questions. After you submit your answers, you’ll be shown a percentage result. Show More Summary
I’m excited about this one! Who doesn’t love FERRIS BUELLER? Here are the details: WHAT: FERRIS BUELLER Movie Quiz WHERE: Here! WHEN: Wednesday, January 21, 9:00 Eastern/8:00 Central/7:00 Mountain/6:00 Pacific. WHY: See you Wednesday night!
1. Lee Tergesen (Oz, The Americans) played Chet Donnelly (a role originated by Bill Paxton) in the Weird Science television series: 2. Jennifer Aniston (Friends) played Jeannie Bueller (originated by Jennifer Grey) in the Ferris Bueller TV series. 3. Dana...
Earlier today I received word that Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is being inducted into some kind of hall of fame for good movies. Which confused me because it’s not a good movie. More » Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Is A Mediocre Movie At Best is a post from Mommyish - Parenting Imperfect.