Matthew Broderick, Alan Ruck, Mia Sara, Jeffrey Jones
John Hughes (Screenplay), John Hughes (Director)
Release: Jun. 11th, 1986
Runtime: 1 hour, 43 minutes
A high school slacker pretends to be sick to skip school and have an exciting day off alongside his girlfriend and his best buddy through Chicago, while trying to outwit his obsessive school principal and his unconformited sister along the way.
It's one of the movies I could go either way on. I enjoyed it as a kid, but now it comes off as if Ferris Bueller is too perfect? Everything goes his way, and I mean everything to the point where yo...
There is a Goldbergs thread but I didn't put this there because I doubt anyone will see this there. lol
Anyways, Charlie Sheen is set to reprise his small but memorable role from Ferris Bueller’s D...
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John Hughes' inventive direction is a plus and Broderick is given sterling support from Jeffrey Jones as Ed Rooney, the principal of Ferris' school who is determined to catch Ferris ditching school, Edie McClurg as Rooney's secretary, Alan Ruck as Ferris' best friend Cameron, Jennifer Grey as Ferris' jealous older sister, and Lyman Hall and Cindy Pickett as Ferris' parents.