Planes, Trains, And Automobiles (1987) (7/11)

John Hughes had his finger on the pulse of the sector within the ’80s, and it seems like each comedy he produced in that period become a smash hit. User coach_carter1 perfectly summed up an unfairly rated Hughes movie, saying: “Planes trains and vehicles. Besides the auto rental scene (18 f-bombs in beneath a minute) the film is pg13 max.”

Coming as one of the rare Thanksgiving-primarily based excursion movies, Planes, Trains, And Automobiles is still a famous film for households, save for one scene. At the pinnacle of his frustration, Neal unloads a hilarious diatribe-laced monologue which ticked the movie up from a PG-thirteen to a difficult R. Even so, a few fanatics think that the language’s funny nature ought to excuse it from being handled so harshly via the MPAA.

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