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How 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' Became One of the Best High School Films Ever
Thirty years after it was released in theaters, "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" remains beloved and has found a new generation of fans. The John Hughes classic film starred Matthew Broderick as a teen who skips school and spends the day in downtown Chicago with his girlfriend, played by Mia Sara, and
'Ferris Bueller's Day Off': Celebrating the Film's 30th Anniversary
"GMA" visits Ferris Fest - the special weekend festival created by fans to mark the 30th anniversary of the iconic comedy.
The Stories Behind the Homes From Your Favorite Holiday Flicks
Did you ever want to see in person the gorgeous home where Kevin McCallister outwitted Daniel Stern and Joe Pesci in "Home Alone"? Or trace Will Ferrell 's New York City steps in the movie "Elf"? Holiday movie fans will be excited to know that they can relive the magic by checking out the real-life
Have You Spotted the One Woman Who Has Been in Every Ron Howard Movie ?
Howard appears on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" and talks about her and his new big screen flick "In the Heart of the Sea."
Chvrches, New Order, The Dead Weather and More Music Reviews
This week is really heavy in the release schedule. We have an awful lot to cover. First, Scottish electro-pop band Chvrches releases its second record, then alterna-club legends New Order releases its first proper album in a decade. Jack White and the Kills’ Alison Mosshart rejoin forces in The
Music Reviews: Carly Rae Jepsen, Method Man, Tracy Bonham and More
This week Canadian pop-sensation Carly Rae Jepsen returns with a very '80s-themed album, Wu-Tang member Method Man releases his first solo proper album in nine years, former alt-rocker Tracy Bonham strips down her sound for a more acoustic aesthetic, late rapper Sean Price drops a new mixtape/EP,
Cast of 'St. Elmo's Fire' Then and Now
Released 30 years ago today, at the height of Brat-Pack mania, "St. Elmo's Fire" featured many of the young stars of the era -- Emilio Estevez , Rob Lowe , Demi Moore , Judd Nelson , Andrew McCarthy and Ally Sheedy . Despite poor reviews, the coming-of-age story about a group of friends who have
Movie Review: 'Dope' Reveals Itself to be Part Spike Lee, Part John Hughes
Starring Forest Whitaker , Shameik Moore, Tony Revolori and Kiersey Clemons Rated R Four out of five stars Shameik Moore is Malcolm in "Dope," and as the narrator (Forest Whitaker) explains, Malcolm lives in Inglewood, California, in the rough Darby-Dixon neighborhood, referred to as “The Bottoms.”
Movie Review: 'The Duff'
Starring Mae Whitman Rated: PG-13 Three out of five stars "The Duff" is based on a book by Kody Keplinger called "The DUFF: Designated Ugly Fat Friend." It's essentially a combination of various John Hughes movies with a sprinkle of "She's All That." The day Bianca Piper (Mae Whitman) finds out