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Movie Review Paper 3 - Colleen Wanner December 2 2010...

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Colleen Wanner December 2, 2010 English Composition Final Draft Ferris Bueller’s Day Off If you had one day to blow off being in the office, ditch a test in European Socialism, or miss an important job interview, what would you do instead? The film Ferris Bueller’s Day Off illustrates how Ferris Bueller (Matthew Broderick) would use that one day. After watching I began thinking of several, different activities I would do if I were given that opportunity. “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once and a while, you could miss it.” This seemed to be Ferris’ philosophy on life throughout the comedy. While watching this movie I envied Ferris’ carefree attitude, never failing schemes, and ability to always avoid getting caught. Although Ferris Bueller’s Day Off was extremely entertaining in 1986, it still captures the interest to present-day college students through the acting, music, comedic performances, and scenery. Ferris Bueller woke up one morning with the idea that he was not going to attend school. From successfully faking an illness to his parents; to stealing his best friend, Cameron’s (Alan Ruck) dad’s rare 1961 red Ferrari; to making a phony call to the dean of students, Ed Rooney (Jeffery Jones,) so Ferris’ girlfriend, Sloane (Mia Sara,) is able to join them, their adventure is about to start. After making it to Chicago, Cameron is
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