It’s been thirty-three (!!!) years since the release of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and somehow someway, unlike its ‘80s movie contemporaries, the film holds up quite well, at least for the most part. If you want to relive Shermer High in the Northern Chicago suburbs, then you might as well hop in that 1961 Ferrari 250 GT California and relive one of the best coming-of-age movies of the ‘80s. It’s Matthew Broderick at his finest, with Mia Sara and Alan Buck serving as close pals, Jennifer Grey serving as his sister and of course, main foe Jeffrey Jones as Principal Rooney. Look closely, and you’ll also see a young Charlie Sheen playing… a degenerate. Whether this is your first or 400th time seeing it, there’s no better way to experience this than under the lights at Alfredo’s, beachside. Life does move pretty fast, after all.