Ferris Bueller's Day Off

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Comedy

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Ferris (Broderick) is a boy who gets anything he wants, screws over anyone who gets in his way, and gets patted on the back for doing so. Gathering his best friend (Ruck) and his best girlfriend (Sara), he skips school for the day out in Chicago. Hughes revels in Ferris' ingenuity, then neatly adds dimension after a ninety-minute parade of hubris and material wealth by telling us that people count more than their possessions. Ferris is an admittedly entertaining, at times delightful fellow. How unfortunate that no one got to wring the little bastard's neck.
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Cast and crew

Cast:

Jeffrey Jones, Alan Ruck, Mia Sara, Cindy Pickett, Matthew Broderick, Jennifer Grey

Director:

John Hughes

Music:

Ira Newborn

Cinematography:

Tak Fujimoto

Editor:

Paul Hirsch

Screenwriter:

John Hughes

Producer:

Tom Jacobson, John Hughes

Production Designer:

John W Corso

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