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Opened in Theaters: Friday, February 15th, 1985

Directed by John Hughes
Genre: Drama
Running Time: 1:37

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The Breakfast Club
Five high school kids spend a Saturday morning in detention. Representing all the different stereotypes (the Jock, the Princess, the Dweeb, the Druggie, the Outcast), they gradually wear away their...  View more >

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Starring Emilio Estevez, Anthony Michael Hall, Judd Nelson...  View more >

Reviews Summary

Rating # %  
See Now!  3 50 See Now! Percent
Good  1 17 Good Percent
Wait for Rental  2 33 Wait Percent
Stay Away!  0 0 Stay Away! Percent
6 Total Reviews

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[--- See Now! ---]by VIP MemberMay 10, 2007
I could remember seeing "the Breakfast Club" for the first time in 1985. Five people from different sections of school come together for one day in detention. It had a profone effect on me. and 22 years after the movie, I still from time to time, still thinking about the movie. It had a strong impact on me. It was fresh, it was angry, it was different. One of the best teen comedies I've ever seen. In was a once in a lifetime movie experience. Molly Ringwald is the teen queen, Judd Nelson is the tough guy, Anothony Michael Hall is the nerd, Emilio Estevez is the jock and Alley Sheedy as the weird girl. they come together to make film history. And when they talk to each other, it was from the heart, not from the script. One funny scene is when Alley Sheedy is having a Captain Crunch sandwich. It was a funny moment. but there are plenty of dramatic moments, like Judd Nelson telling how he was treated by his father. John Hughes wrote and direct this 1985 movie. It was my third favorite movie of 1985 right behind "The Purple Rose of Cario" and "Back to the Future." 1985 was a great year for movie. And one of the reasons why it such a big year for movies is "The Breakfast Club." A breakthough!
[--- Wait for Rental ---]by  Aug 31, 2007
[--- Good ---]by VIP MemberMay 13, 2009
When the baloney hits the sculpture, this movie cemented its position in the minds of 80's teenagers everywhere...

If you weren't in the 80's you might not understand it, but if you were, you'll recognize these kids. You went to school with each of them...
[--- See Now! ---]by  May 8, 2010
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