Electric Dusk Drive-In's first screening of the new year is a can't-miss for children of the '80s: a double feature of teenage-whisperer director John Hughes. First up, Molly Ringwald must choose between handsome and wealthy (but boring) Andrew McCarthy and geeky and impoverished (but devoted) Jon Cryer in Pretty in Pink. Next, grab one of the theater's giant brownie-stuffed chocolate chip cookies and settle in for the even more irresistible Ferris Bueller's Day Off—a movie with too many great moments to count, from the classic "Bueller? Bueller?" to a druggy Charlie Sheen cameo.