'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.
'WarGames' is awesome
Today, if you are teenager who likes to play on-line games and is adept with computer technology, that in and of itself doesn't stigmatize you as a nerd.
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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."
MGM's 'WarGames' Reboot Lands Helmer Dean Israelite, Scribe Arash Amel
MGM is negotiating with Dean Israelite to direct and Arash Amel to script WarGames , the remake of the smart 1983 John Badham-directed film that starred Matthew Broderick and Ally Sheedy as teenage hackers who unwittingly find a back door into a Defense Department computer.
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.
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EXCHANGE: Civil War buff appears in movies
He and his son, Mark, were convincing enough to catch the attention of Ray Herbeck, casting director for the movie, "Glory."