A "charming <---> geek" (see what I did there?) named Josh makes a movie about the popular girl Dylan (yes, it's ~totalement~ a boys' name), who only agrees to star in it to stay popular and win the formal Leaf Queen crown. But this whole movie making might just turn everything upside-down in their worlds. She might just lose her bf and bffs 4eva, and he might lose his title as the president of the Film Club; but maybe, just…
Right after Home Alone, this is the best movie written by John Hughes. Ferris is a complete four flusher! He could basically be Kevin McCallister in his teen years. He has this awesome function in the keyboard that sounds like coughing, bara-bara-bara-bara-sweeeen-bara. He's just a "righteous dude" and his best mate Cameron is a car killer, who might just take some heat for that shiz.
"I don't believe in Beatles, I just believe in me" is a quote from John…
This film is without a doubt the best British film I ever saw, to be honest I only saw a few... but it is magnificent and funny, and the humor is completely British as well, which I love! Of course there are some gross sights in this, and some pretty nasty zombies with their freaky eyes; but it is among the most entertaining zombie films I'd say.
Though my mum didn't like it. She laughed lots, but said it will give her nightmares and that I'm never choosing a comedy we'll be watching again. True, it might have been a tiny bit scary.
Great film, amazing cast, and despite being from the year 2000, it looks and feels like 1969 almost the whole way through. It's about a son communicating through an old radio with his father who died in a fire 30 years ago. Can he stop his death? It has very bad consequences of course, but it's definitely worth it.