Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)
Director: John Hughes
Screenwriter: John Hughes
Cast: Matthew Broderick, Alan Luke, Mia Sara, Jeffrey Jones, Jennifer Gray, Cindy Pickett, Lyman Ward, Edie McClurg / Charlie Sheen / Ben Stein / Del Clos / Virginia Capers / Richard Edson / Kristy Swanson / Max Pelich / Scott Coffey / Tom Spratley / Debra Montague / Joey D. Vieira / Louis Anderson / Dick Sollenberger / Deedee Rescher / Katie Barberi / Kevin Bassett / Harry Caray / James M. Huffman / John Hughes / Joseph P. McDonnell / John Richard Petersen / Jimmy Star / Steve Stone / …
Genre: Comedy / School / Youth
Region: United States
Released: 1986-06-11 (USA)
Runtime: 103 minutes
Also known as: School Skipping Genius (Taiwan) / Mi Zou Tang (Hong Kong) / Ghost Head Heavenly Soldiers
Rating: IMDB 7.8 / Rotten Tomatoes 81%
Chicago ushered in another sunny day. Phyllis (Matthew Broderick), a truant master, naturally would not choose a boring exam this day. Jenny was vainly jealous. Phyllis got her friend Karen (Alan Ruck Alan Ruck), and the two teamed up to deceive the dean Luo Ning, driving the Ferrari collected by Karen’s father, and taking Phyllis’ girlfriend Silang out of school for a ride. With the cooperation of Karen and Silang, the skillful phone deception made people tease around. On the contrary, the students were deeply influenced by him and initiated a false donation to Phyllis in the school. Luo Ning couldn’t bear Felice being deceived again and again, “Weifu Private Visit” went outside the school hoping to catch Felice in a real way, and the three Felice wandering around the city embarked on an adventure to hide their identities …
“Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” is a 1986 comedy film directed by John Hughes and starring Matthew Broderick as the title character, Ferris Bueller. The film follows Ferris, a high school student in Chicago, as he skips school and spends the day having fun with his girlfriend Sloane (Mia Sara) and his best friend Cameron (Alan Ruck).
As they explore the city, Ferris and his friends dodge the efforts of Ferris’s resentful sister Jeanie (Jennifer Grey) and his school’s dean of students, Mr. Rooney (Jeffrey Jones), who is determined to catch Ferris in the act of skipping school.
The film was a box office success and has since become a beloved classic of the teen comedy genre. It is praised for its witty and irreverent humor, as well as its depiction of teenage rebellion and the universal desire to break free from authority. Broderick’s performance as Ferris has become iconic, and the film’s famous ending scene, with Ferris running through his neighborhood trying to make it home before his parents, has become one of the most memorable scenes in movie history.