Feris Bueller will aways be one of the greates movies ever, even if I've seen it 500 times and can't bare to watch it anymore.
Director John Hughes dies at 59
John Hughes, the director of iconic coming-of-age movies "The Breakfast Club," "Sixteen Candles" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," has died of a heart attack.
He was 59.
He died this morning during a walk in Manhattan, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Hughes hadn't directed a movie since 1991's Curly Sue, according to IMDB.com, but he remained active as a writer, contributing the story to 2008's Drillbit Taylor, under the name Edmond Dantes.