A John Hughes Tribute

I am starting to think Macauley Culkin is the grim reaper this summer. You’ve no doubt heard that 1980s movie icon John Hughes died of a heart attack¬†yesterday. He directed, produced, and wrote a number of classic films,¬†including such titles as the The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, Sixteen Candles, Plane, Trains and Automobiles, and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Basically, his films were a huge part of many people’s childhood. It’s not often we lose the creator of an entire freaking genre of movies. You made me laugh, John Hughes, many, many times over. Thank you for that gift. Below is a montage to remember him by: