This movie it is about five types of high school students study together
made in the year 2000, produced by director John Hughes which it included characters Emilio Estevez as the student who is interested in the sports. Paul Gleason, who was the principal of the school. Other characters are Anthony Michael Hall, John Kapelos as the school janitor,Molly Ringwald as the spoiled rich sophisticated girl, and Ally Sheedy as a punk lonely girl who was broke and studied with them. The movie begins five teenagers, each a member of a different high school, who spend a Saturday in detention together and come to realize that they are all more than their respective nationalities, while facing a strict principal. This movie has influenced the high school and even young adults to be watched as one of the most memorable and recognizable movies directed by John Hughes. The media viewed the five main charactors as member of group called" Brat Pack".
The purpose John Hughes titled this movie " The Breakfast Club" was a nickname given by the students and the staff for morning detention at The Trier High School which John Hughe’s son went. For that reason, this movie is very interesting discovering what has happened at the school in the detention time.
This movie is one of the best movie that John Hughes was able to demonstrate typical teenage life at The Trier High School.Therefor I have chosen this movie as one of the top favorite movies of all time. I hope this movie is interesting for you as well.
I like this topic a lot; I think that a lot could be done with it. However, I might phrase it a different way. People are "interested" in a lot of movies, but I would argue that The Breakfast Club has become a bit of a classic. I might ask instead why The Breakfast Club remains attractive; what are the qualities that make it "timeless"? – laurakej5 years ago
This article was posted on here not too long ago, and seems to be very similar to what you're talking about. Make sure you take a different angle in your piece. https://the-artifice.com/john-hughes-remains-relevant/ – Marcie Waters5 years ago
Since it has been a great while since this topic was submitted and no edits were performed to improve its presentation. I have decided to disable it. If you want to revive the topic, please feel free to shoot me a Private Message via my profile.
– Misagh5 years ago