Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Comedy • PG-13 • 1986 • 1 hr 43 min
Enjoyable ‘80s teen comedy about three kids ditching school, not as good as The Breakfast Club but still enjoyable
An instant classic of its day. The fantasy of anybody who’s ever attended school, how to ditch school and get away with it. Witty humor!!
I adore the dialogue of this and this is overall so fun to watch. I always wind up coming back to it.
Iv only watched it once. But an overall great movie.
Was not ready for the outstanding character writing in this movie, it’s a must watch!
I mean I don't need to say anything really, classic one liners and amazing humour, All in under 1 hour and 45 minutes, just go watch it now
One of my favorite movies. Funny, exciting and a great nostalgic movie
One of the easiest movies to watch, the pace is perfect to keep you entertained the entire time. This movie has inspired generations lol
My favorite 80s movie!! It’s so funny! Such a crazy plot! It just makes me happy and I love the characters. Also good soundtrack!
Quotable, witty, ahead of its time. Brilliant entry by the late, great John Hughes! Ben Stein teaching never gets old 😅
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