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Melissa Høegh Marcher over 6 years ago
Great story. Great characters. Great movie.
Alex Silver over 1 year ago
Some of it was believable, earnest, and smart.
Grace Wiesen over 1 year ago
Definitely a classic
Jacqueline O almost 3 years ago
funny and memorable
Dónal Kennedy 3 years ago
Has a lot to say, and does so with style. I found it a wee bit ploddy.
Sydney Stene over 3 years ago
Classic, not my favourite, but definitely enjoyed watching it.
Yalini over 3 years ago
classic 80s movie
jojodoug over 3 years ago
Definitely a classic, but over-praised. Represents '80s teen angst perfectly.
Amanda Mathews over 3 years ago
Interesting. But not really my thing.
John Mitchell almost 4 years ago
Clichéd script really well performed by a top notch cast.
Kittypuff over 4 years ago
I can and have watched it over and over. Priceless, classic.
katze over 4 years ago
the closing scene is priceless though
Anna over 4 years ago
Grew up on this film - can't fault it.
Tony Gandía over 5 years ago
The biggest of Hughes' 80s coming-of-age films is perfectly cast, affecting and memorable
Natalie over 5 years ago
thought it was super overrated?
Guy Meltzer over 5 years ago
sign of the times. been one of my favorites since highschool.
Freya over 5 years ago
It really IS great!
Lachie Munro almost 6 years ago
Nutcase showcase. Interesting points to be made though. Worth watching.
Tom Fackler almost 6 years ago
Good film. Introspective and raucous.
ezhezh@gmail.com over 6 years ago
There's a reason why this film is still very much alive now.
The Breakfast Club is a 1985 American teen drama film written and directed by John Hughes. The storyline follows five teenagers (each a member of a different high school clique) as they spend a Saturday in detention together and come to realize that they are all deeper than their respective stereotypes. The plot follows five students at fictional Shermer High School in the fictitious Chicago suburb of Shermer, Illinois as they report for Saturday detention on March 24, 1984. While not complete strangers, the five teenagers are each from a different clique or social group. The five students - Allison Reynolds (Ally Sheedy), Andrew Clark (Emilio Estevez), John Bender (Judd Nelson), Brian Johnson (Anthony Michael Hall), and Claire Standish (Molly Ringwald) - who seem to have nothing in common at first, come together at the high school library, where they are harangued and ordered not to speak or move from their seats by the antagonistic teacher supervising them, Richard Vernon (Paul...
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