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John Orquiola Scrapple Since: 28.2.02 From: Boston Since last post: 116 days Last activity: 116 days # 1 Posted on 6.8.09 1620.59 | Instant Rating: 4.66 http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118006975.html?categoryId=13&cs=1?ref=sharethis I think nearly everyone of the generation born in the 70's and 80's came of age with the help of his films. RIP Promote this thread!
Mayhem Scrapple Since: 25.4.03 From: Nashville, TN Since last post: 15 hours Last activity: 3 hours # 2 Posted on 6.8.09 1659.05 | Instant Rating: 5.20 And virtually every teen comedy in the 90's & 00's owes a debt of gratitude to him as well. RIP.
CajunMan Boudin blanc No longer registered Since: 2.1.02 From: Give me a Title shot! Since last post: 1099 days Last activity: 236 days # 3 Posted on 6.8.09 1659.48 | Instant Rating: 0.79 Still great movies too. Will be missed. R.I.P.
djp Morcilla Since: 16.2.07 From: 3rd Floor, NW window Since last post: 130 days Last activity: 16 days # 4 Posted on 6.8.09 2050.10 | Instant Rating: 4.51 Ferris Bueller's Day Off remains one of my favorite films of all time. RIP.
StaggerLee Scrapple Since: 3.10.02 From: Right side of the tracks Since last post: 5 days Last activity: 3 days # 5 Posted on 6.8.09 2136.16 | Instant Rating: 3.01 Man how sad is this? ONE he was only 59? And two, anybody near my age either went on a date to a John Hughes movie, or was in love with somebody IN a John Hughes Movie. Sad indeed.
DrDirt Banger Since: 8.10.03 From: flyover country Since last post: 6 hours Last activity: 5 hours # 6 Posted on 6.8.09 2209.19 | Instant Rating: 7.35 Originally posted by StaggerLee Man how sad is this? ONE he was only 59? And two, anybody near my age either went on a date to a John Hughes movie, or was in love with somebody IN a John Hughes Movie. Sad indeed. He was only 6 years older than I am. Even though I am a bit older, I enjoyed his work alot. Didn't he do Trains, Planes, and automobiles? Loved that movie. Perception is reality
odessasteps Scrapple Since: 2.1.02 From: MD, USA Since last post: 128 days Last activity: 94 days # 7 Posted on 6.8.09 2229.39 | Instant Rating: 6.76 MoviesOnTCM John Hughes & Preston Sturges: Both writer/directors who defined comedy for a generation. Both died on 8/6, 50 years apart! Mark Coale Odessa Steps Magazine The Affirmation, Baby Blog
Hogan's My Dad Andouille Since: 8.6.02 From: Canada Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 1 day # 8 Posted on 7.8.09 0138.06 | Instant Rating: 2.81 Originally posted by DrDirt Originally posted by StaggerLee Man how sad is this? ONE he was only 59? And two, anybody near my age either went on a date to a John Hughes movie, or was in love with somebody IN a John Hughes Movie. Sad indeed. He was only 6 years older than I am. Even though I am a bit older, I enjoyed his work alot. Didn't he do Trains, Planes, and automobiles? Loved that movie. Yes, wrote it too. I would call it his best film. He seemed to not do much directing after "Curly Sue". Maybe John Candy was his muse... I wasn't old enough to be doing any kind of dating or to feel any kind of angst, teen or otherwise, when his classic high school dramady was big; Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Sixteen Candles, and the Breakfast Club were films I didn't watch till probably ten years after they were made, edited to shit, on TBS. But I must say, the Beethoven movies...the first two anyway, and the Home Alone movies, again, the first two, were must-watch stuff when I was kid. He didn't direct them, but he did write them. Quiet, Or Papa Spank!
Oliver Scrapple Since: 20.6.02 From: #YEG Since last post: 16 hours Last activity: 16 hours # 9 Posted on 7.8.09 0849.39 | Instant Rating: 3.29 Wow. What a loss. The Breakfast Club is an incredible movie, and easily one of my favorites RIP. (edited by Oliver on 7.8.09 0751) "I have a feeling that waiting isn't as pointless as it seems. If someone is waiting, that place becomes a place to return to." Tsukasa to Jii-san, Kamen Rider Decade # 25 My Blog - My Twitter
The Goon Boudin blanc Moderator Since: 2.1.02 From: Calgary, Alberta, Canada Since last post: 3 days Last activity: 15 hours # 10 Posted on 7.8.09 0953.40 | Instant Rating: 7.75 Coincidentally, we just picked up a $6 DVD of Some Kind of Wonderful. We'll be watching it this weekend, awash in teenage nostalgia. ------ "Any fool can get into a college. Only a precious few may say the same about Amanda Jones."
kentish Andouille Since: 19.8.05 From: My Old Kentucky Home Since last post: 36 days Last activity: 2 days # 11 Posted on 7.8.09 1511.54 | Instant Rating: 4.81 How did I not hear this until now?? So sad, another part of my childhood gone. I watch Planes Trains & Automobiles every Thanksgiving, but think I might have to dust it off this weekend. RIP "I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ." -- Mahatma Gandhi
StaggerLee Scrapple Since: 3.10.02 From: Right side of the tracks Since last post: 5 days Last activity: 3 days # 12 Posted on 7.8.09 1630.18 | Instant Rating: 3.01 http://wellknowwhenwegetthere.blogspot.com/2009/08/sincerely-john-hughes.html?fark This lady was John Hughes' Pen Pal for a long time. This article talks about why he left hollywood.
Big G Potato korv Since: 21.8.03 From: the people who brought you Steel Magnolias.... Since last post: 32 days Last activity: 10 hours # 13 Posted on 9.8.09 2005.10 | Instant Rating: 7.75 The guy was a guru. I just watched Weird Science a day or two before I heard he died, and Ferris Bueller a week or so ago. Also worked through the Vacation movies a couple of months ago. European still rocks. Need to get hold and re-familiarise myself with the Ringwold years. I always enjoyed those. RIP
CajunMan Boudin blanc No longer registered Since: 2.1.02 From: Give me a Title shot! Since last post: 1099 days Last activity: 236 days # 14 Posted on 9.8.09 2153.02 | Instant Rating: 0.79
"So you're Abe Froman? The sausage king of Chicago."
Great quote from the Ferris movie. (edited by CajunMan on 9.8.09 2153)
Check out the episode of the Justice League cartoon with Granny Goodness and Vermin Vunderbarr. Voiced by Ed Asner and Arte Johnson. --- I love the idea of Michael Hogan from BSG playing Slade.
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