Yes, I’m reviewing a film that came out 16 years ago. No, I don’t care.

First things first –  casting Matthew Broderick as the hapless teacher was nothing short of genius. I know this was intentional, but to me this is the adult version of Ferris Bueller, finally getting what he deserves. As much as I love Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (it’s probably in my top 5 of movies I want to watch when I’m unwell), it’s hard to argue that Ferris isn’t a colossal d*ck all the way through the film. I mean, sure, he’s a cool guy, but if you were an adult in that film you know you’d hate that cocky little sh*t. In ErectionElection, he finally gets what’s coming to him.

But perhaps more than that, what’s great about this film is that it’s the kind that probably wouldn’t get made these days. Matthew…

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7 thoughts on “Election Film Review: The Tables Have Turned, Bueller

  1. Hey, thanks for reblogging my review, glad you liked it. If any of your readers are interested in seeing more like this check me out on, or follow me on Twitter @larnerholt.
    Thanks for the reblog and keep up the great work on the site!

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