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While they are taking in what the city has to offer school principal Ed Rooney is convinced that Ferris is, not for the first time, playing hooky for the day and is hell bent to catch him out.
Ferris has anticipated that, much to Rooney's chagrin. Written by garykmcd. First of all let me say that this movie is genuinely, ingeniously funny, the watch-it-twelve-times-and-it-never-gets-old kind of movie.
I myself have seen it seven and a half times and will probably view it again before the end of summer. The movie stars then year-old Matthew Broderick as year-old Ferris Bueller, a high school student who would like nothing better than to be done with school.
So he gives in to a strong temptation to cut class and go to downtown Chicago with friends Cameron and girlfriend Sloane who he gets out of school extremely cleverly, and quite hilariously i might add!
It doesn't take long for principal Edward Rooney to catch on to Ferris's skipping, so he tries as hard as he can to catch him, but is going on about it quite unsuccessfully.
All through the movie we learn of Cameron's struggles with his parents and life itself, and through all the hilarity of the movie Cameron finds a part of himself that he hadn't been able to find before.
The movie consists of several several fun scenes, such as the German American Appreciation Day Parade, in which Ferris climbs onto the Great Float and the parade-goers dance to "Danke Schoen" by Wayne Newton and "TWIST AND SHOUT" of course, by the Beatles.
Other very important characters are Jeanie Bueller, his revenge-seeking sister who can't seem to understand why Ferris gets away with everything, and Grace, the absent-minded and honest-to-a-fault secretary.
There are so many left out parts and characters but to see them all you'll have to watch the movie you won't regret it! If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.
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Mai erschien als Die Blaumacher-Edition eine Neuauflage mit mehr Bonusmaterial. Ferris macht blau wurde mit überwiegend positiven Kritiken bedacht.
Juni drei von vier Sternen. Da ist auch das, und ich sage es mit absoluter Sicherheit: Ferris macht blau ist eine Art Suizid-Verhinderungsfilm oder zumindest eine Geschichte über einen jungen Mann, der seinem Freund etwas Selbstwertgefühl geben will.
Ferris macht es zu seiner Mission, Cameron zu zeigen, dass die ganze Welt vor ihm sich bewegt und das Leben ziemlich wunderbar sein kann, wenn man aufwacht und es umarmt.
Und das ist die bleibende Botschaft von Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Die jugendlichen Schauspieler Matthew Broderick, Alan Ruck und Jennifer Grey wurden für ihre Darstellungen mit positiven Kritiken bedacht.
Auch Jeffrey Jones erhielt für seine Leistung als boshafter Schuldirektor viel Lob. Dagegen hätten Ruck als sensibler Freund Cameron und Jennifer Grey als intrigante, aber trotzdem sympathische Schwester die authentischsten Darstellungen abgeliefert.
Hughes scheint das Lebensgefühl der Jugendlichen in den Achtzigern getroffen zu haben: Schule schwänzen, Ärger mit Lehrern und Eltern und natürlich die Liebe gehören zu seinen Lieblingsthemen.
Sein persönliches Erfolgsrezept: Er erzählt seine Geschichten immer aus der Perspektive der Teenies. Matthew Broderick erhielt eine Nominierung für den Golden Globe Award in der Kategorie Bester Hauptdarsteller — Komödie oder Musical.
Begründet wurde der Misserfolg mit der als platt angesehenen Handlung, die zahlreichen Änderungen sowie dem ähnlichen Konzept der fast gleichzeitig startenden Serie Parker Lewis — Der Coole von der Schule.
Die Handlung der Serie wurde von Chicago nach Los Angeles verlegt. Anstelle von Broderick spielte Charlie Schlatter die Rolle von Ferris, auch keiner der anderen Schauspieler aus dem Film wurde verpflichtet.
Die Rolle von Jennifer Grey wurde von Jennifer Aniston übernommen. Es war eine ihrer ersten Rollen und brachte Aniston den Durchbruch.
Das darf man nur als Erwachsener The Breakfast Club L. Rooney Jennifer Grey : Jeanie Bueller Cindy Pickett : Mrs. Katie Bueller Lyman Ward : Mr.
Filme von John Hughes. Kategorien : Filmtitel US-amerikanischer Film Filmkomödie Jugendfilm Schule im Film.
The scene in the pizza joint continues as Rooney tries to banter about the game with the guy behind the counter. In the next scene, Sloane, Cameron, and Ferris are in the left field stands inside Wrigley.
Ferris flexes his hand in pain after supposedly catching the foul ball. During this scene, the characters enjoy the game and joke about what they would be doing if they had played by the rules.
All these "in the park" shots, including the one from the previous scene where Ferris catches the foul ball on TV, were filmed on September 24, , at a game between the Montreal Expos and the Cubs.
During the season , the Braves and the Expos both wore powder blue uniforms during their road games. And so, with seamless editing by Hughes, it is difficult to distinguish that the game being seen and described in the pizza joint is not only a different game the man at the pizzeria refers to the team playing as the NFL's Chicago Bears but also a different Cubs' opponent than the one filmed inside the stadium.
John Hughes had originally wanted to film the scene at the baseball game at Comiskey Park , as Hughes was a Chicago White Sox fan. However, due to time constraints, the location was moved to Wrigley Field at the last minute.
On October 1, , Wrigley Field celebrated the 25th anniversary of the film by showing it on three giant screens on the infield.
Throughout the film a background sub-plot is developed that the public have heard that Ferris is very ill and are raising funds to save him.
Several freshmen talk to Ferris on the phone and deduce that he is dying. In school, a teen is collecting money for Ferris and asks Jeanie for a donation.
Jeanie swears at him and knocks the collection can out of his hands. Throughout the city the words 'Save Ferris' appear in various locations such as the Wrigley Field main entry marquee and a water tower.
When the family arrives home, the hallway is filled with balloons and flowers wishing Ferris well. Several scenes were cut from the final film ; one lost scene entitled " The Isles of Langerhans " has the three teenagers trying to order in the French restaurant, shocked to discover pancreas on the menu although in the finished film, Ferris still says, "We ate pancreas", while recapping the day.
This is featured on the Bueller, Bueller Edition DVD. Other scenes were never made available on any DVD version. Hughes had also wanted to film a scene where Ferris, Sloane, and Cameron go to a strip club.
Paramount executives told him there were only so many shooting days left, so the scene was scrapped. An official soundtrack was not originally released for the film, as director John Hughes felt the songs would not work well together as a continuous album.
Hughes gave further details about his refusal to release a soundtrack in the Lollipop interview:. The only official soundtrack that Ferris Bueller's Day Off ever had was for the mailing list.
They probably already had "Twist and Shout", or their parents did, and to put all of those together with the more contemporary stuff, like the English Beat—I just didn't think anybody would like it.
But I did put together a seven-inch of the two songs I owned the rights to—"Beat City" on one side, and I forget, one of the other English bands on the soundtrack But it was a labor of love.
Hughes called it the "most awful song of my youth. Every time it came on, I just wanted to scream, claw my face. I was taking German in high school—which meant that we listened to it in school.
I couldn't get away from it. I had never heard the song before. I was learning it for the parade scene.
So we're doing the shower scene and I thought, 'Well, I can do a little rehearsal. And you know what good directors do: they say, 'Stop!
Wait until we roll. The soundtrack for the film, limited to 5, copies, was released on September 13, by La-La Land Records. The album includes new wave and pop songs featured in the film, as well as Ira Newborn 's complete score, including unused cues.
The Flowerpot Men's "Beat City" makes its first official release on CD with a new mix done by The Flowerpot Men's Ben Watkins and Adam Peters that differs from the original 7" fan club release.
The film largely received positive reviews from critics. Roger Ebert gave it three out of four stars, calling it "one of the most innocent movies in a long time," and "a sweet, warm-hearted comedy.
It has one of the highest 'repeatability' factors of any film I've ever seen I can watch it again and again. There's also this, and I say it in all sincerity: Ferris Bueller's Day Off is something of a suicide prevention film, or at the very least a story about a young man trying to help his friend gain some measure of self-worth Ferris has made it his mission to show Cameron that the whole world in front of him is passing him by, and that life can be pretty sweet if you wake up and embrace it.
That's the lasting message of Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Essayist Steve Almond called Ferris "the most sophisticated teen movie [he] had ever seen," adding that while Hughes had made a lot of good movies, Ferris was the "one film [he] would consider true art, [the] only one that reaches toward the ecstatic power of teendom and, at the same time, exposes the true, piercing woe of that age.
Grey manages to play an insufferably sulky teen-ager who is still attractive and likable. Co-star Ben Stein was exceptionally moved by the film, calling it "the most life-affirming movie possibly of the entire post-war period.
It isn't dirty. There's nothing mean-spirited about it. There's nothing sneering or sniggering about it. It's just wholesome. We want to be free.
We want to have a good time. We know we're not going to be able to all our lives. We know we're going to have to buckle down and work.
But just give us a couple of good days that we can look back on. National Review writer Mark Hemingway lauded the film's celebration of liberty.
If you could take one day and do absolutely anything, piling into a convertible with your best girl and your best friend and taking in a baseball game, an art museum, and a fine meal seems about as good as it gets," wrote Hemingway.
Others were less enamored with Ferris , many taking issue with the film's "rebel without a cause" hedonism. David Denby of New York Magazine , called the film "a nauseating distillation of the slack, greedy side of Reaganism.
Ebert thought Siskel was too eager to find flaws in the film's view of Chicago. The website's critical consensus reads: "Matthew Broderick charms in Ferris Bueller's Day Off , a light and irrepressibly fun movie about being young and having fun.
Broderick was nominated for a Golden Globe Award in for Best Actor — Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. As an influential and popular film, Ferris Bueller's Day Off has been included in many film rating lists.
The film is number 54 on Bravo's " Funniest Movies", came 26th in the British 50 Greatest Comedy Films and ranked number 10 on Entertainment Weekly 's list of the "50 Best High School Movies".
Hughes said of Bueller, "That kid will either become President of the United State[s] or go to prison". Other phrases from Ferris Bueller's Day Off such as Stein's monotone-voiced "Bueller?
Stein then calls out "Grassley," which gets a response; Stein mutters, "He's always here. Broderick said of the Ferris Bueller role, "It eclipsed everything, I should admit, and to some degree it still does.
Ruck says that with Cameron Frye, Hughes gave him "the best part I ever had in a movie, and any success that I've had since is because he took a big chance on me.
I'll be forever grateful. Teen comedies tend to dwell on the ridiculous, as a rule. It's always the preoccupation with sex and the self-involvement, and we kind of hold the kids up for ridicule in a way.
Hughes added this element of dignity. He was an advocate for teenagers as complete human beings, and he honored their hopes and their dreams.
That's what you see in his movies. Broderick starred in a television advertisement prepared by Honda promoting its CR-V for the Super Bowl XLVI.
The ad pays homage to Ferris Bueller , featuring Broderick as himself faking illness to skip out of work to enjoy sightseeing around Los Angeles.
Several elements, such as the use of the song "Oh Yeah", and a valet monotonously calling for "Broderick A teaser for the ad had appeared two weeks prior to the Super Bowl, which had created rumors of a possible film sequel.
Besides breaking the fourth wall in similar ways, the film Deadpool recreated Ferris Bueller's end credits scene in their own end credits, with Deadpool coming out in a bathrobe with a towel around his head, asking the audience why they were still there.
The film has been parodied in television series, with characters taking a day off from their normal routine to have a day of adventure. Examples include the episodes "Barry's Day Off" from The Goldbergs ,  and "Brian Finch's Black Op" from Limitless.
In March , Domino's Pizza began an advertising campaign parodying the film, featuring actor Joe Keery in the lead role. In September , LiftMaster released a commercial where two young boys attempt to drive a Jaguar E-Type owned by the father of one of the boys.
The commercial, advertising the Liftmaster Secure View, a security system built into the device, features Alan Ruck as an older Cameron Frye, who warns the boys after catching them on camera.
He then speaks to the audience "Been there, done that. In an homage, the shower scene from Ferris was recreated by Emma Stone 's character in the film Easy A.
The recreation of the scene is self-conscious, as is her "Pocketful of Sunshine" sing-along , because she is socially isolated and very bored. The film's influence in popular culture extends beyond the film itself to how musical elements of the film have been received as well, for example, Yello's song " Oh Yeah ".
As Jonathan Bernstein explains, "Never a hit, this slice of Swiss-made tomfoolery with its varispeed vocal effects and driving percussion was first used by John Hughes to illustrate the mouthwatering must-haveness of Cameron's dad's Ferrari.
Since then, it has become synonymous with avarice. Every time a movie, TV show or commercial wants to underline the jaw-dropping impact of a hot babe or sleek auto, that synth-drum starts popping and that deep voice rumbles, 'Oh yeah.
Concerning the influence of another song used in the film, Roz Kaveney writes that some "of the finest moments in later teen film draw on Ferris's blithe Dionysian fervour — the elaborate courtship by song in 10 Things I Hate About You draws usefully on the " Twist and Shout " sequence in Ferris Bueller's Day Off ".
The re-released single reached No. S; a US-only compilation album containing the track The Early Beatles , re-entered the album charts at No. The version heard in the film includes brass overdubbed onto the Beatles' original recording, which did not go down well with Paul McCartney.
If it had needed brass, we'd had stuck it on ourselves! But it wasn't really part of the song. We saw a band [onscreen] and we needed to hear the instruments.
The bands Save Ferris and Rooney were named in allusion to Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Broderick and Hughes stayed in touch for a while after production.
But neither of us found a very exciting hook to that. The movie is about a singular time in your life. It's a little moment and it's a lightning flash in your life.
I mean, you could try to repeat it in college or something but it's a time that you don't keep. So that's partly why I think we couldn't think of another", Broderick added.
He doesn't really need to be there, but he just decided his life is over, so he committed himself to a nursing home.
And Ferris comes and breaks him out. And they go to, like, a titty bar and all this ridiculous stuff happens.
And then, at the end of the movie, Cameron dies. Many scholars have discussed at length the film's depiction of academia and youth culture.
For Martin Morse Wooster, the film "portrayed teachers as humorless buffoons whose only function was to prevent teenagers from having a good time".
Ferris's nemesis, the school disciplinarian, Mr. Rooney, is obsessed with 'getting Bueller. Strangely, Ferris serves as Rooney's role model, as he clearly possesses the imagination and power that Rooney lacks.
By capturing and disempowering Ferris, Rooney hopes to Ferris Bueller's Day Off are overdrawn caricatures, no real threat; they're played for laughs".
Adults are not the stars or main characters of the film, and Roz Kaveney notes that what " Ferris Bueller brings to the teen genre, ultimately, is a sense of how it is possible to be cool and popular without being rich or a sports hero.
Unlike the heroes of Weird Science , Ferris is computer savvy without being a nerd or a geek — it is a skill he has taken the trouble to learn.
In , English comedian Dan Willis performed his show "Ferris Bueller's Way Of The film was first released on VHS and Laserdisc in , and then re-released on VHS in
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