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  1. The Breakfast club is a classic quintessential 80s high school classic, with a fabulous soundtrack that features the youngest and hottest stars of the time. It follows the stories of five high school students of which who are polar opposites, there is the jock, princess, outcast, nerd and ‘criminal’. These five high school students from completely different walks of life endure a Saturday detention in the school library under the supervision of overbearing and power-hungry principle. They strike an unsoundly friendship as they share their lives whilst in detention, and bond together when they face the villainous principle. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants a laugh, in saying this there are also so many underlying themes within the sequence of this movie. It is a classic that I think that you need to see once in your life.


  2. “The Breakfast Club” is such a great classic movie. It is light-hearted and fun, following a group of very different teenagers all stuck together in a Saturday detention for 8 hours. The movie starts off with all of them showing their differences and fighting with each other. By the end of the 8 hours, the teenagers have all become friends and have developed a strong bond as they shared their hardships of family life and problems. I finished this movie smiling; I definitely recommend it if you’re looking for a classic movie that won’t let you down!


  3. sophie said:

    the breakfast club is by far one of my favourites, i love the characters are how different, they all are from each other. Personally my favourite character is allison, i think the idea of everyone thinking she is the only outcast but during the movie, it’s discovered that they are actually all similar. they all bond over their unhappiness at home and realize they are all alike. also it’s pretty funny that allison went to saturday detention, because she had nothing better to do. At the ending when brian explains why he is in detention, my heart always breaks. this 80s movie is definitely a much watch and it’s filled with comedy and action. it’s a really well made high school movie. i rate it 100% a 10/10.


  4. Diduli said:

    A classic. the breakfast club is one of those movies that you can watch so many times yet never get sick of. This movie is one of my favourite movies of all time because of how simple, yet interesting it is. The entire movie is filmed in almost one building, in mostly one room (the library), but the story is so iconic and well written, that the entire movie is just as interesting and entertaining as a very well produced action movie. This movie has some of the greatest character depth i have ever seen and it teaches you the similarities between 5 teens who you’d never expect to find common ground.


  5. This movie is an absolute classic and is a must watch. It shows the characters for not what others see them as, but for who they truly are. A major theme is a friendship. The movie shows how people from different backgrounds and interests can join together over a common enemy; detention. My favourite scene is the last. Cliché but it makes the movie what is it. The fist punch is a famous image captured and really does make you smile at the end of the film. i recommend to young teens and older :))


  6. The Breakfast Club is one of the best movies ever! It has everything you want action, comedy, romance and drama. The fact is, every teen character in this movie can be related to someone we knew in high-school. The geek, the jock, the outcast, the rich pretty-girl snob, and the future criminal. They all exist, to some degree or another, in the classrooms of every high school.

    What makes this film rise above the rest is the character development. Every character in this film is three-dimensional. They all change, in one way or another, by the end of the film. Whether or not things remain the way they are long after this film ends is unknown, and that adds to the drama. The most important scene in this film is when the characters, as a group, all open up to one-another and describe the hell that their daily school routines. Nobody likes the role they must inevitably portray in the high-school scene, but the fact is, it is often inescapable.

    At the end of the film, the viewer is left to make their own conclusions as to how things will carry forth. And I’m sure that most people will do that. This is one movie that left me feeling both happy and sad for each of the characters, and it isn’t easy to make me care about a film in that way. Even if you aren’t a fan of the 80’s genre, this isn’t one you would want to miss.


  7. The Breakfast Club has got to be my favourite movie, it never gets old. It is about a group of kids that work into a Saturday detention, a group of kids that have nothing that they know of in common but end up building a strong friendship. The movie has a great moral and with five stereotypes there’s something that all watches can relate to. Everyone is bond to laugh a little here and there in this creative story line. Everyone in high school should have seen this movie at least once, it’s amazing! 10/10


  8. Wait until you’re mature enough to respect and get this movie, Once you are close to high school or in high school they should watch it. Great moral, just a good movie that high school teens will get and like despite the fact its from the 80’s. this movie is full of classic jokes and always fills people with a good laugh. it would be defiantly recommended to a much older audience and would give it 10/10 for a good classic 80s movie


  9. I just recently watched the breakfast club for the first time and at first i was reluctant to watch it, but i had been told that it was worth the watch by a few of my friends, and it definitely was! In my opinion it started off slow and was hard to enjoy, but as it went on i really enjoyed it. It is relatable and funny. It’s about 5 very different kids all doing detention together, an emo, a nerd, a jock, a girly girl and bender. Each from different groups and clichés from the school. They don’t usually socialise but the Saturday detention brings them together and forms a new friendship. My favourite character in the movie is Bender, he’s a trouble maker but just wants to live his life to the fullest and have fun. I really love this movie because i feel like it breaks stereotypes and shows us that you should get to know people before you judge them. I rate this movie an 7/10!


  10. The Breakfast club is an all-time classic. It tells a story of 5 teens who are all more than what is seen at the surface. The teens are in a Saturday detention together for one reason or another. While at the beginning of the day they all seem like polar opposites, all from their individual cliques and individual worlds, the group soon learn they all have more in common than they think. Each person is not what everyone else in society assumes they are. They all have their individual stories, and break each others shells. This movie is brilliant because it teaches people that they can break this status quo. A ‘prom queen’ can say hi to a brain in public, and a ‘basket case’ and ‘athlete’ can date. This movie is inspirational and has all the aesthetics of every brilliant 80s movie. 10/10 recommend this gem


  11. I am so glad this movie was made because it is one of my all time favourites. The breakfast club is a film about 5 teens who all end up together in Saturday detention. They all have nothing in common until they talk and form a great friendship. I love how this movie is really deep and covers some serious topics throughout. My favourite part is when they are in the library and sharing their problems with each other. My favourite character is John because he is the trouble maker and he is an interesting character. I have watched this movie 3 times and I am still obsessed with it. I would rate this movie 10/10!! I think everyone needs to watch this movie before they die or you will regret it


  12. This is a all time favourite for everyone i love how the story line is so basic of 5 teens all stereotypes the jock,princess,geek,rebe and the odd one locked up together in a detention it couldn’t be more simple but the way the directors reveals these characters breaking the stereotypes out of their shells and revealing the real them is genius I love the way on how important issues are brought up within the film that people in the 80’s could relate to and still today we can relate to those issues times may of changed but issues will forever remain the same

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  13. This movie is such a classic and it is one of my favourites of all time. The Breakfast Club is a film about 6 high school students who all find themselves in a Saturday detention for various reasons; an athlete, a princess, a criminal, a brain and an outcast. They have nothing in common at 7am when they walk in to the library but throughout the day they form an incredible bond of friendship and are known to themselves as The Breakfast Club. My favourite part in the movie is when they are running to get back to the library and not be seen Mr. Vernon, the teacher, mainly because the music is amazing and the scene is just hilarious to watch. My favourite character is Brian and I feel like I relate to him the most – always worrying about my grades at school and trying not to get into trouble. I think this movie is amazing and everyone should see it at least once in their life. I rate is 5 out of 5 stars.

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