Remembering John Hughes
John Hughes practically invented the "Brat Pack" genre through films like "The Breakfast Club" and "Sixteen Candles." What's your favorite?
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Prolific film director and writer John Hughes died suddenly Thursday of a heart attack. He masterminded classic comedy films like "The …
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Remembering John Hughes

Prolific film director and writer John Hughes died suddenly Thursday of a heart attack. He masterminded classic comedy films like "The Breakfast Club" and "Ferris Bueller’s Day Off." He also wrote "Home Alone."

 

We want to know how Hughes' work touched you. What was your favorite of his films? Why do you think his work has endured the test of time? Did you ever meet Hughes?

 

Put yourself on video and tell us about your favorite Hughes flick. Describe where you were when you saw it and what your life was like. You could be on CNN.

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