Anthony Michael Hall talks about John Candy being on his final phone call with John Hughes as well as other insights into his 45-year career.
- Theatrical - Wide 2003-09-02
Jeffrey Willis has just finished high school and isn’t quite sure what the future holds. His parents expect him to go to college but he is starting to find his close-knit family stifling. He gets a summer job at the Flamingo club where he meets Phil Brody, a successful car dealer who fills Jeffrey’s head with ideas about how to make his fortune. Phil is everything Jeffrey would like to be – popular, rich and the best gin rummy player the club has ever seen. Jeffrey’s coming of age includes a romance with the very pretty Carla Samson, but the shine on Phil Brody’s philosophy of life wears off when he uncovers a significant flaw in his character.
The 80s was a great time for movies, but some of them maybe haven’t aged as well as other. Here, we take a look back at some comedies and see if they hold up.
Flashback to the year 1984. John Hughes was coming off the one-two punch of National Lampoon’s Vacation and Mr. Mom….