No one made movies about teen angst like John Hughes. Sixteen
Candles tells the story of Sam, a girl having the worst day of her
life—on her sixteenth birthday—which her family forgot about.
This movie insulted geeks with Anthony Michael Hall, Asians
with Long Duck Dong, and violated the cardinal rule of characters
breaking the fourth wall. But is Sixteen Candles "so major" that it
stands the Test of Time?