Today marks the 25th anniversary of John Hughes' iconic movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off. Forget about how old that makes you feel for a moment, and instead, enjoy this original short featuring every single law young Ferris broke on his big day off.
Filmmaker John Hughes passed away today at 59. Though he was responsible for such classics as Vacation, Mr. Mom, and Home Alone, it's probably his teen movies—which continue to resonate with each generation—that he'll really be remembered for.
With teen comedy I Love You, Beth Cooper hitting theaters this weekend (and getting trashed by the critics), I began thinking of teen comedy dreamboats of the past, and decided to break them down, one by one.