Most fans think of Ferris Bueller's Day Off as more or less The Rosetta Stone of 80's film, as it is both a perfect cross-section of that decade's style and humor, as well as being one of the most important comedies of all time: its fourth-wall-breaking, snappy-ironic attitude has influenced everything from Friends to Deadpool. But amazingly, Erick has never seen it! Join MG as we get his first impressions on John Hughes' masterpiece; discussing its philosophy, politics, and artistry - and how it all plays in today's context. Are its message and characters just as relatable and inspiring today as they were in 1986?
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