Did you see it?
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Did you see it?
The historic Wrigley Field is undergoing some changes and they involve demolition and possibly a Billy Goat.
A brief reminder that turning beloved movies into crappy TV shows isn't anything new.
Good news if you’re a fan of both Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and living in Illinois, as you can now (or once again) purchase the house that the character Cameron Frye lived in way back in 1986.
Neither Geek Nor Bro: Ferris Bueller in the Internet Age Today is the 27th anniversary of Ferris Bueller's Day Off, released on June 11th 1986, and if there's one film I feel comfortable writing the retrospective for, it's Ferris Bueller.
Okay, that headline is technically a lie.
Another day, another Super Bowl commercial released on the Internet.
This will be EVERYwhere today so there's no way you'll miss it.
It blows my mind that Matthew Broderick released a teaser for commercial (A TEASER FOR A F*CKING COMMERCIAL.
PICTURE: "The cat's pajamas aren't all they're cracked up to be are they buddy.
Just in case you're the type to get high...and forget, Creative Control created this nifty little trailer to keep your memory focused. It's the summertime so kiddies, you won't have the thrills of skipping school to go buy it like 'ol Ferris Bueller here, but the trip to store could still be an adventure. Think Friday or Half-Baked. Or you could just waketh & baketh and pre-order Pilot Talk while still in your bathrobe.
When a student decides to take a peek at the classified ads in order to secure a job that they can quit within the month to qualify for a welfare check that's bigger than the one they'd get for working 40 hours a week, options usually revolve around working at the Fresh Grocer and helping old people out of their soiled Depends.
Birthday Dog smells hijinks New York City "artists" Mina Karimi and Kara Suhey have a plan to recreate that scene in Ferris Bueller where everyone sings along to "Twist and Shout.