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Details on the John Hughes Film Fest in Tempe, AZ

We told you last Friday about an upcoming John Hughes Film Festival in Tempe, the university-friendly suburb of Phoenix. The Big Picture is proud to partner with Harkins Theaters for this exclusive chance to honor the memory of John Hughes through six of his classic films, which begins this Friday.

When we first broke the news, I thought it would be a couple days, maybe run the full weekend, but Harkins is so committed to the event that for a solid week, the Valley Art is showing nothing but John Hughes movies. Because of its rich history, the 69-year-old theater is one of my absolute favorites, and when it was remodeled a few years ago, they did a tremendous job giving it the modern creature comforts while keeping that link to its history. So it's a perfect place to see these movies.

The schedule is below, but the films you can see beginning this Friday, August 14th are The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Sixteen Candles, Planes, Trains and Automobiles, and Weird Science. He directed five of the six - in order, by the way, and the one he didn't was Pretty in Pink. Tickets are only five bucks each, which is a smokin' deal, and we have an extremely limited number of free passes to check out any one of the movies, so act fast if you want to go. We'll have some trivia for you after the schedule.

Friday, August 14
Planes, Trains & Automobiles – 12:30pm
Pretty In Pink – 2:50pm
The Breakfast Club – 5:05pm
Sixteen Candles – 7:20pm (Moviegoers are encouraged to dress in their favorite 80’s clothes for this show)
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – 9:35pm
Weird Science - Midnight

Saturday, August 15
Pretty In Pink – 12:30pm
Planes, Trains & Automobiles – 2:50pm
Weird Science – 5:05pm
The Breakfast Club – 7:20pm
Sixteen Candles – 9:35pm
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off - Midnight

Sunday, August 16
The Breakfast Club – 11:30am
Sixteen Candles – 1:50pm
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – 4:30pm

Monday, August 17
Planes, Trains & Automobiles – 12:30pm
The Breakfast Club – 2:50pm
Pretty In Pink – 5:05pm
Sixteen Candles – 7:20pm
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – 9:35pm

Tuesday, August 18
Weird Science – 12:30pm
Pretty In Pink – 2:50pm
The Breakfast Club – 5:05pm
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – 7:20pm
Sixteen Candles – 9:35pm

Wednesday, August 19
Pretty In Pink – 12:30pm
Sixteen Candles – 2:50pm
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – 5:05pm
Planes, Trains & Automobiles – 7:20pm
The Breakfast Club – 9:35pm

Thursday, August 20
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – 12:30pm
Planes, Trains & Automobiles – 2:50pm
Sixteen Candles – 5:05pm
The Breakfast Club – 7:20pm
Weird Science – 9:35pm

Now...to win some freebies: In Planes, Trains, and Automobiles, where did John Candy think his hands were when he and Steve Martin woke up in the motel room? Got it? Good. Send us your submission for a chance to win one pair of free passes, good for one film during the festival. This contest is only happening today (although we might bring it back during the seven-day festival run if all goes well), so hurry up and e-mail your answer. Two rules: Be local and include your mailing address.

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