Thread: John Hughes Films!! What was the best?!

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    • 12 years 2 months ago
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    Everyone is familiar with the John Hughes films...you can't mention or consider the eighties without thinking of his movies...so I wan to know which one is your favorite (that he directed and/or produced)of all times..if not any. Mine, of course, is the classic Breakfast club, because I liked how it showcased people from different cliques in high school, coming together on a Saturday (not by choice), and learn more about each other, through different aspects that represented what clique they were in....plus who doesn't like when Bender slaps Brian's hand while they are having lunch or when Principal Vernon tells Bender he has him for two months by doing the "rock on" sign?! My opinion the best movie...Which one is yours?!
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    I agree The Breakfast Club is the best of his movies. They had an all star cast and all played their parts perfect and it just told a very good story about how life in high school is.
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    all of his molly ringwald movies and ferris buller
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    Hmm Breakfast Club, Sixteen, Pretty In, and Ferris Bueller...yep all good movies.
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    Ferris Bueller's Day Off. The best comedy of the 80s next to This Is Spinal Tap.
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    I loved The Breakfast Club.
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    Breakfast club is my favorite movie ever. I just got a new dog and I named him Bender.
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    The Breakfast Club and Uncle Buck; two movies I never get tired of watching
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    "Planes Trains and Automobiles" with "Ferris Bueller" are my personal faves of his.
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    Ferris Bueller,... I love the breakfast club but bueller beats it barely..
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    Bueller is definatly a classic..everyone dreamed of having the balls like he did to just skip school and have the ultimate perfect ditch day
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    Christmas vacation, I consider to be a great comedy classic



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    The Great Outdoors was the best, man!
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    Oh my gawd I completley forgot about Christmas Vacation!! That is the best!!
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    Where's the love for "Planes Trains and Automobiles"?
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    What about Home Alone.

    1. The Breakfast Club
    2 Sixteen Candles
    3.Ferris Buellur's Day Off
    4.Home Alone
    5.Weird Science
    6. She's having a baby
    7.Uncle Buck
    8. Curly Sue
    9. Planes, Trains, and Automoblies

    Now I didn't put some other movies in there because I didn't know if you meant the films he directed, wrote or produced.
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    Could have been any of them..directed, wrote, or produced...i remember curly sue...best dad and daughter con movie
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    Oooh, tough question... My top 3 would be Ferris Bueller, Breakfast Club and Planes, Trains and Automobiles.

    I think Planes wins by a narrow margin. Love that movie to bits.
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    • 12 years 1 month ago
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    The Breakfast Club, Home Alone, Sixteen Candles, Uncle Buck, and Ferris Bueller's Day Off are among the best films he ever made.
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    Uncle Buck, Home Alone, Ferris Bueller's Day Off
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