John Hughes Dead

johhnhughesJohn Hughes, the director of “Breakfast Club.” “Home Alone,” “Sixteen Candles,” and many other great hits, has passed away. Reports say the king of 80’s hearthrob movies own heart stopped throbbing while on a walk this morning in New York City. Anyone who grew up in the 80’s was sure to be touched by his films in some way, shape, or form. I mean who didn’t love Molly Ringwall and the Brat Pack? Who helped start the careers of Mathew Broderick and John Cusak?  Who else could bring us such great stereotypical characters like Long Duk Dong? And most importantly, don’t forget his  his greatest hit, “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” which everyone I know can qoute in one form or another. On a more personal note is his “Sixteen Candles”, which is on my Forbidden Five list.

So here’s to you John Hughes, may you rest in peace, wherever you may be, and remember, “Feed the Donger.”

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