Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

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Genre: Comedy
Rating: PG13
Release Date: 5-MAY-2009
Media Type: Blu-RayAmazon.com

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Ferris Bueller’s Day Off

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  1. This movie is a very unfunny so called “Comedy”. It is all about this teenage guy named Ferris who wants a day off from school so he can have a good time and enjoy his freedom. None of the jokes in this movie are very funny and Ferris comes across as a smug little brat who thinks he can get away with anything he wants to do. A beautiful car gets totalled in this film which is a real shame. This junk was made by the highly overrated director John Hughes who seemed to enjoy a successful career in his distorted view of Adolescent Thought Processes and Behaviour. I give this movie 5 stars because thankfully Matthew Broderick has faded from our screens in recent years and is now the real life Mr. Sarah Jessica Parker.I also would like to say “Hi” to Tom who works at the Video Store and always helps me to find obscure movies. If you are reading this Tom then my suggestion to you for next Saturday night is to find a HOT date and drive down to the Dromana Drive In Movie Theatre where hopefully you will see “Paradise By The Dashboard Light ” as the old song goes and that your car windows will be all steamed up and foggy by the end of the night!!!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Matthew Brodrick plays the worst thing ever: the high school kid that is an idiot and doesn’t go to school because he wants to fornicate with his girlfriend. The dog played the best part out of the whole pathetic collection of actors.
    Rating: 1 / 5

  3. I was thrilled to be part of this film, playing a Parade Spectator in the cold, windy streets of Chicago! It was a thrilling day as we danced for the cameras.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. I LOVE this movie. I’ve watched before and no matter how many times I watch it, it’s still funny! Although, the idea Matthew Broderick who was twenty-three or twenty-four at the time, playing a seventeen-year-old Bart Simpson-like goofball kind of grossed me out. [On the other hand, who cares? It’s some of Mr. Broderick’s best work and although he’s ugly now, he isn’t half bad-looking in this movie.]5 stars! I’m now a huge fan of his work! Also, Ferris Bueller’s cunning, munipulative personality reminds me of my twin brother. My brother and I first watched this movie when we were about five. Now I think I know where Collin got his munipulative talents. I bet he remembers everything from this movie!
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. Though the item came in perfect condition, I don’t think this title is family friendly. Sure, it’s a hilarious movie but foul language is continuously uttered throughout. The movie would be just as funny and entertaining without all the swearing and would be appropriate to a larger audience.

    It’s so frustrating when film makers/writers continuously show that they have no knowledge of the many thousands of words available for use in the English language, and limit themselves (and the viewer) to the same mundane use of the “famous 7”.
    Rating: 2 / 5

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