FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF

Part 1 of the "30th Anniversary" Flashback Film Fest!

Teenaged Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick) is a legend in his own time thanks to his uncanny skill at cutting classes and getting away with it. Intending to make one last grand duck-out before graduation, Ferris calls in sick, "borrows" a Ferrari, and embarks on a one-day bacchanal through the streets of Chicago. Dogging Ferris' trail at every turn is high-school principal Rooney (Jeffrey Jones), determined to catch Bueller in the act of class-cutting.

Writer/director John Hughes once again weds satire, slapstick, and social commentary, as FERRIS BUELER'S DAY OFF starts like a house afire and goes on to make "serious" points about status-seeking and casual parental cruelties. It brightens up considerably in the last few moments, when Ferris' tattletale sister (Jennifer Grey) decides to align herself with her merry prankster sibling.

Directed by John Hughes
 
Starring Matthew Broderick, Alan Ruck, Mia Sara
 
USA | 1986 | PG-13 | 103 min
 
Here is a dream as old as adolescence, and it is fun to be reminded of its ageless potency, especially in a movie as good-hearted as this one. - TIME Magazine
 
Broderick's smooth, ever-confident patter gives Ferris Bueller's Day Off just the right air of breezy insouciance. - The Moving Picture Show
 

Show Dates & Times:

3/29/16 - Tuesday

7:00 pm,
Admission: 

$8.50/Adults, $7.50/Under 12, Seniors

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