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Ferris Bueller's Day Off | Reunited Apart with Josh Gad

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Bueller? Bueller? Josh gathers the cast of Ferris Bueller--as well as some VERY special surprise guests--to pay tribute to one of the most iconic films of the 80's and the man who created it. Be here at 9am PT/12pm ET on June 28th, because you know, life moves pretty fast.... and you are not going to want to miss this!
Directed by James Merryman
Produced by Meghan Monaco
Executive Produced by Taylor Stuewe
Edited by Will Newell & Alex Stuewe
FEATURING, Matthew Broderick
Alan Ruck
Mia Sara
Jennifer Grey
....and many more!
Thank you to our episode partner Barefoot Wine. Barefoot believes in bringing communities together, so they are sponsoring this episode of Reunited Apart and will be kicking off our fundraising efforts this week with a $25,000 donation. And thank you to all of you who are able to add on to this donation this week as well. For this episode, we’re fundraising for CORE. CORE provides financial relief when a food and beverage employee with children faces a health crisis, death or natural disaster. As the world faces the biggest pandemic in our lifetime, they continue to honor their mission by providing support to families affected by COVID-19.

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The world needs John Hughes now more than ever.

by Anxiety Mentor 1 week ago

TBH, Alan Ruck's finest moments was him playing Sloane's dad on the phone with Principal Rooney. I would have loved to see more of that...

by hendrsb33 1 week ago

This makes up for 2020 so far... glorious. Jennifer Gray curling her lip as she says "If you say Ferris Bueller, you lose a testicle"

by Neil Mendham 1 week ago

My gosh, Alan Ruck is the youngest looking 64 year old of all time.

by johnnystir 1 week ago

“My best friend's sister's boyfriend's brother's girlfriend heard from this guy who knows this kid who's going with a girl who saw Ferris pass-out at 31 Flavors last night. I guess it's pretty serious...no problem whatsoever” ICONIC.

by babiedobrik 1 week ago

As a child of the 80s, I don't know a single person my age who doesn't cherish this movie as well as all of John Hughes' movies. As a lover of art, those scenes in the Art Institute stick with me, particularly of the close-up of Cameron looking at the Seurat painiting and how the camera goes further and further in to see the detail of the dots. Brillant! Sloan's line at the end by the pool that 'sooner or later we all go to the zoo". Truth! I think about it all the time! Thank you Josh Gad for this walk down memory lane and all those behind the scenes facts that just make me love this movie even more. I'm sorry this is the last one!! These videoes have been a spot of joy in a very dark time!

by J. Miller 1 week ago

“Life moves pretty fast, if you don’t stop and look around once and awhile, you could miss it”
- Ferris Buller

by MRjj27 1 week ago

Alan Ruck literally looks no different then just grey hair and a beard it looks like he is faking being old.

by Nathan Appleby 1 week ago

The tribute to John Hughes at the end was better than the one the Oscars put on.

by The Ian Prender-Cast 1 week ago

“They could be fascist anarchists, it still wouldn’t change the fact that I don’t have a car.”

by Trevor Rotan 1 week ago

Jennifer Grey took some serious offence at the "You all look so different" line from the dad

by diungy alisnr 1 week ago

‘You all look so different.’

Nah. That will be just Jennifer with her nose job.

by Delete Bilderberg 1 week ago

Confession: parts of this made me feel pretty emotional and I choked back a few tears. Per the end, these are all the movies I grew up with and they mean a lot to me. It was so great to see everyone again...and admittedly, a bit scary seeing them all getting older...but alas, it’s better than the alternative. Great cameos at the end and I think it’s great they showed John Candy quite a few times. Still miss that guy! Btw, now our 15 son loves FBDO too, in fact, he reminds me a lot of Ferris...coincidence?

by Debs Pouliot 1 week ago

"[John] treated kids with respect, he treated 'em like complete human beings. Nowadays so many teen movies, they're objects of derision or it's all sex jokes or whatever, but he treated kids like they have problems, they have worries, and he honored all of that."

When you watch these movies as a teenager, this is exactly the tone they radiate. You feel like you matter, that your problems still matter even if you're not an adult. As Grey said, it felt like John Hughes was validating your point-of-view and experience as a teenager. We need more movies like that in today's world. RIP John Hughes

by LittleHobbit13 1 week ago

Can't help but feel so utterly depressed seeing everyone age. Wish we could just pick an age and stop and enjoy forever.

by _Bastiat_ 1 week ago

No way do Ferris and Sloane wind up together. Sloane winds up with Cameron, and they periodically talk about the nutty Ferris they went to school with.

by Lisa Liel 1 week ago

You'd think it'd be awkward for the Bueller parents Cindy Pickett and Lyman Ward as they were married and divorced in real life. I don't know what happened to their marriage but it's nice to see them being cordial after all these years.

by Hootie Hoo & The BlowPhish 5 days ago

I demand a directors cut of this movie. Can we add back the other Bueller kids and extra wardrobe changes?

by Carl Nelson 1 week ago

Fun/Odd piece of trivia about the movie: When released in Germany, it was called “Ferris Macht Blau”, which means “Ferris Makes Blue”. That’s the German equivalent phrase of “playing hooky”. The McDonald’s in Germany had a special tie-in with the movie selling blueberry shakes.

by foxbasealpha 1 week ago

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