From Deadpool’s post-credit scene to the fact you can buy ‘Save Ferris’ T-shirts and badges on Etsy in 2016, it’s clear that John Hughes’ 1986 film remains a significant piece of cinema 30 years on.
Adam Stolfo, Brose Avard, Andrew McCaskill and Trevor Wood come to “Reel Chat” prepared to wax lyrical about cinema’s hardest working slacker.
The film that solidified Matthew Broderick’s position in Hollywood and saw director John Hughes at the height of his powers, “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” is the true definition of an eighties classic.
Here the team look at the “Fight Club” theory proposed by fans, the home disc releases, why on earth it doesn’t have a soundtrack release, not to mention the all important discussion on whether or not the film was intended to take place in the same universe as “The Breakfast Club”.
THE TEAM’S REVIEW SCORES
Adam 4 out of 5 – RECOMMEND
Brose 5 out of 5 – RECOMMEND
Andrew 5 out of 5 – RECOMMEND
Trevor 5 out of 5 – RECOMMEND