In Russia, carpoolers who are not smoking, listening to techno music, and chugging milk jug-sized bottles of liquor are pulled over by the KGB and branded traitors to their country.
Sure, he may look a little sloppy, but baby Jamie, here only truly decides that it's showtime when there's major money involved...or in the very least, something shiny like Dad's car keys.
I wonder if it was one of his games that this dog was trying to watch.
Last week's teaser of the upcoming ad for the Big Game that seemingly pointed to a follow-up to Ferris Bueller's Day Off ignited a firestorm of speculation about its purpose. Well, we now have our answer: Practical Sport Utility Vehicles.
Yes, it appears that Matthew Broderick isn't going to "Save Ferris" from the ailment of no-sequel-itis after all. The ad will, in fact be for the 2012 Honda CR-V. However, while its status as a car commercial is disappointing, that doesn't mean that it won't hit you right in the face with a hungry rottweiler of pure nostalgia that's guaranteed to eat Ed Rooney's shoes.
The countless Easter Eggs will make anyone who's memorized this film feel all tingly inside when they realize that, if they played by the rules, they'd be in gym.