The Breakfast Club
Comedy • R • 1985 • 1 hr 38 min
Hands down the best movie of all time. My personal all time favorite. A must watch for all. This is a John Hughes masterpiece.
Great film about teens from different cliques stuck in Saturday detention, classic for a reason
It can be a bit slow but it has a message that should be heard
John Hughes’ best picture of teenage angst. You’ll see some of your self in this.
I put off watching this movie because the ending is over used in the mainstream, but damn, it works so fucking well.
This is one of the best teen movies out there and such a classic its so good personaly i think that the 80s gave us the best teen movies
I watched this movie on an airplane, but I was watching it with the person in front of me (They had no clue) Very fun and distracting!
Cute film that demonstrates school archetypes brilliantly. Aged okay but doesn’t have the same gravitas as it maybe once did
The simplistic setup leaves so much room for you to get up close and personal with each character. Not usually my genre, but I enjoyed it.
Deserves its status as a classic. Five teenagers in detention peeling the onion of their lives, personalities and problems. Delightful!
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