Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is the kind of movie which you wouldn’t get away with making anymore. The world is too cynical and too jaded to believe the events and actions which takes place in the film could actually occur, or … Continue reading Review Bonanza: Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) Review
Breaking the fourth wall is when a character or the movie/TV show directly acknowledges the audience. It could be by speaking directly to the audience or having the characters recognise that they are in a movie or a TV show. Recently … Continue reading The skill of Breaking the Fourth Wall.
I have completely missed the popularity of certain 80’s films. I’m going to make a confession – I’ve never seen Sixteen Candles or Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. I have seen the Breakfast Club and it was ok, not exactly the classic that a lot of people say it is, but it doesn’t feel like it was made for me. None of these types of films do. The people who grew up in the 80’s seem to have an affinity with the characters, who are mostly coming of age or rebelling, and feel like the film is reflective of their lives in some way. … Continue reading St. Elmo’s Fire (1985) Review