Saturday, June 11, 2016

Ferris Bueller Movie is 30 Years Old This Weekend

Esquire magazine just reminded me Ferris Bueller's Day Off is 30 years old this weekend.


To all my fellow Gen-Xers (those born between 1965 and 1977) lemme just say this:

AHHHHHHHHHH WE'RE OLD WE'RE OLD WHERE THE HELL DID OUR HIGH SCHOOL YEARS OF WACKY HIJINKS GO?!?!?!?!?!

At some point nostalgia gets horrifying.

I can only hope that we're ready now - with our collective disdain for Isms that Ferris taught us - that my generation can become leaders on the global stage and save you all from evil Boomer plans.

At least we know our culture has left a lasting impact on future generations.


Chicka-chicka.

3 comments:

Pinku-Sensei said...

Thanks for embedding the Deadpool clip. It reminded me that I really have to watch Marvel movies all the way to the end, although the Disney ones are more notorious for bonus finales than the Fox ones. Also, it reminded me that Ryan Reynolds is so much better cast as Deadpool than he was as The Green Lantern. The man really is hilarious!

Pinku-Sensei said...

As if on cue, ‘Deadpool’s Day Off’ video reimagines the foul-mouthed merc as Ferris Bueller pops up. Synchronicity!

Paul said...

FIrst rule of Ferris Club: you do not talk about Ferris Club.

...the bit with Colossus staring at the painting is INSPIRED...