Too bad Ferris is such an unlikeable character.
almost 3 years
This is such an insanely funny and quotable classic... I've watched it a dozen times.
one of the best 80s movie! classic,cool and really funny!
almost 4 years
Fun, joyous, slick ... it's extremely lively and entertaining.
over 4 years
Somehow went this long without seeing this movie. A seriously good time. I <3 Cameron.
almost 5 years
nostalgia, ditching school and staying at your parent's basement watching this alone
over 5 years
Quintessential 1980's film about youth and character.
over 5 years
such a funny comedy!! anybody will love it!
over 6 years
Mayhem comedy of the finest kind
almost 7 years
all-time favorite movie. enough said.
What ever happened to this type of movie genre? They just don't make em like they used to.
I have seen this way too many times. I recommend seeing this movie at least once.
over 7 years
Bueller... Bueller... Bueller... Missed a day of school so I could watch this. No joke.
Ferris Bueller's Day Off is a 1986 American teen coming-of-age comedy film written and directed by John Hughes.
The film follows high school senior Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick), who decides to skip school and spend the day in downtown Chicago. Accompanied by his girlfriend Sloane Peterson (Mia Sara) and his best friend Cameron Frye (Alan Ruck), he creatively avoids his school's Dean of Students Edward Rooney (Jeffrey Jones), his resentful sister Jeanie (Jennifer Grey), and his parents. During the film, Bueller frequently breaks the fourth wall by speaking directly to the camera to explain to the audience his techniques and thoughts.
Hughes wrote the screenplay in less than a week and shot the film—on a budget of $6 million—over several months in late 1985. Featuring many famous Chicago landmarks including the then Sears Tower and the Art Institute of Chicago, the film was Hughes' love letter to the city: "I really wanted to capture as much of Chicago as I could. Not just in the...