Freitag, 9. Dezember 2011
Ferris Bueller's Day Off (Hughes, 1986) - TSPDT #558
The structure of the film is interesting, and there are many really nice ideas except for the slapstick part - mostly carried out by the Ed Rooney character. These didn't age too well and I was bored by most of that stuff. Talking to the audience in this ironic self-analytical way that most columnists still not have done with today, was really amusing.
I loved the bits with the frozen close-ups of the deadly bored pupils, while their teachers were blabbering away in their respective mannerisms. Some of the "tableaus" were also quite funny to look at...