Clark Collis
August 08, 2009 AT 02:48 PM EDT

The filmography of the late John Hughes is peppered with memorable music moments. Matthew Broderick miming along to the Beatles’ “Twist and Shout” in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off. Jon Cryer “>goofing around to “Try a Little Tenderness” in Pretty In Pink. Judd Nelson raising a defiant, “>”Don’t You (Forget About Me)”-accompanied, fist at the end of “>The Breakfast Club. Jim Belushi performing “>”You’re Nobody ’til Somebody Loves You” in Curly Sue.

Okay, so maybe the last one isn’t quite as memorable as the others. Regardless! What’s your favorite John Hughes music moment? How much did the late director’s work influence your own musical taste? And isn’t it about time for a Yello revival? Oh… yeah…

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