'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' is a classic
In the more somber action films set in Chicago that have been reviewed this week, viewers see little of the windy city's famous landmarks.
Stein: North Idaho's Hot, But Viewtiful
"Still here in Sandpoint, Idaho, and it is too darned hot," writes conservative commenter Ben Stein for the American Spectator.
Married Ferris Bueller actor and former Nixon speechwriter Ben...
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Ben Stein pens creepy essay,denies sexting scandal
Ben Stein, the economist, former speechwriter and star of "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," has denied being involved in a "sexting scandal" after he penned a bizarre essay about attractive women who dazzled him on a speaking tour.
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Q&A with 'Earth to Echo' director and film star
Tune in to the morning show with Joe Friar on 104.7 to catch the full interview with "Earth to Echo" actor Teo Halm and director Dave Green.
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the List Keen on teens
John Hughes, for a time, was the king of smart teen comedies, pumping out hit after hit, including "The Breakfast Club."
Teen Hacks School Attendance and Grade Records
What had been a mystery in Orange, New Jersey, sounded like a scene out of 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off,' the 1986 John Hughes movie about a high school student played by Matthew Broderick who skipped school but used his computer to change his attendance record.
Directed by Antonia Bird Written by Ted Griffin 1999, Region A, 101 minutes, Rated R Blu-ray released on June 3rd, 2014 Starring: Guy Pearce as Capt.
Sarah Jessica Parker picks up food from gourmet market with husband ...
But on Monday, Sarah Jessica Parker and her husband Matthew Broderick were carrying gourmet food market Citrella in the West Village in New York City.