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1. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 23:16 BST
It's a sad day in the entertainment world.
The man who gave us The Breakfast Club, Home Alone, Sixteen Candles, Weird Science, Pretty in Pink, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, National Lampoon's Vacation,and many other classics has died today at the age of 59.
Well, share your memories on the film leagacy of this 80s-90s icon.
Edited on Thu 6th August, 2009 @ 23:29 by Turbo_Genesis_64
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2. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 23:21 BST
...I guess it's sad that I've only seen one of those movies?
3. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 23:34 BST
For what it's worth, Weird Science and National Lampoon's Vaction are two of the funniest films ever made!
Who doesn't watch Home Alone every few years around Christmas?
And The Breakfast Club is still the best movie ever made about high school.
Edited on Fri 7th August, 2009 @ 20:44 by Turbo_Genesis_64
4. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 02:29 BST
Oh no. He died. That's terrible. R.I.P. John Hughes. You made the whole world laugh at your masterpieces.
5. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 13:54 BST
Thanks for the comment SSBF1999! You at least seemed moved by his passing.
Edited on Fri 7th August, 2009 @ 13:54 by Turbo_Genesis_64
6. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 19:08 BST
Sad. Without John Hughes, my entire childhood and adolecence would likely have been very different, and far less entertaining. Hell, we even "studied" The Breakfast Club in my high school Human Relations/Humanities class. RIP.
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7. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 19:10 BST
Some of my favorite movies were John Hughes movies. And I agree, the Breakfast Club is the best high school movies I've ever seen. RIP.
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8. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 19:12 BST
Dang, all the famous people are dying all of a sudden...
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9. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 22:31 BST
I'm sure they will re-make The Breakfast Club, but this time they will sing!
10. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 22:35 BST
Darn, Home Alone is one of my favorite movies!
I hope it's a coincidence and not some sort of plot to get rid of all the famous people in the world 0_0
Edited on Fri 7th August, 2009 @ 22:37 by chadthegamer
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11. Posted: Sat 8th Aug 2009 16:03 BST
I think it's safe to say if it wasn't for John Hughes, people would only remember Molly Ringwald as that red hair girl in the 1st season of "The Facts of Life!"
Edited on Sat 8th August, 2009 @ 16:04 by Turbo_Genesis_64