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April 10, 2018 2:01 PM
What Molly Ringwald Gets Wrong About John Hughes
Posted by Staff
The Federalist:

In the latest New Yorker, still-adored 1980s film star Molly Ringwald has an essay about filmmaker John Hughes. His beloved films such as The Breakfast Club, Sixteen Candles, and Pretty In Pink made Ringwald famous.

Hughes’s cultural impact is immeasurable, not just on film comedies but his sensitive portrayals of teenagers, and teenage girls especially. Hughes practically invented the genre that’s become known as “YA,” or young adult fiction. Facebook iconFacebook Fark iconFark Furl iconFurl
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