It's a strange world, the John Hughes universe—populated with beautiful teens (even the geeks!) with fantastic dress sense (even the geeks!), gifted with witticism and wisdom beyond their years (or at least their parents' . . . and weren't most of them about 26 anyway?), all set to the strains of New Order and the English Beat. Wicked—no wonder we who grew up in the '80s gobbled it up like candy-coated crack. Unfortunately, the DVD Hughes experience has been patchy, thanks for the most part to Universal, who have yet to give the titles in their stable (Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, etc.) any decent frills. Paramount, bless 'em, have been far kinder to the oeuvre, and following last year's Ferris Bueller's Day Off package comes this week's Pretty In Pink and Some Kind of Wonderful... More >>>