The Breakfast Club (1985)
Torrent Details: DVD Rip, Dual Audio, English sub
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director: John Hughes
Starring: Emilio Estevez, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald
Five high school students, all different stereotypes, meet in detention, where to pour their hearts to each other, and discover how they have more in common than they thought.
John Hughes, the king of the opinion teenagers. All youth large images of Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink (which I co-wrote and produced) andthe Ferris Buellers day. We are all funny and serious moments and classic. Similarly, the Breakfast Club is no exception. Bar and do the best job representing this movie 80s teen life (and anything in teenagers life today ), as was in fact, (Is). It is therefore known as Plot: Five high school students from various schools in the masses (monkey, jock, the prom queen, the criminals , sive and simple) Saturday detention is thrown together in the school library for several reasons. Detention monitors grumpy people and degrading Richard Vernon, described Paul Gleason believable. During the day, each member tells the story of why they are in prison, andthe days because they know that they are more common imagined.What film still unique to each character tells his own credibility történetéta andthe persistence. Jock Andrew Clark (Emilio Estevez) is under pressure from his father to carry on the high standards that Mr Clark added reviews (dads ) lost youth. Nerd Brian Johnson (Anthony Michael Hall) excels academically, but since no shop class. Neither he nor his family will be able to F. delinquent John Bender (Judd Nelson), but the tough exterior masks at home is difficult. Prom Queen Claire (Molly Ringwald) is the pressure to make friends, as well as issues of parental units. Easy Allison (Ally Sheedy) has few if any friends, wearing all black, and a similar problem at home. Can emotional bond they share custody to outside libraries, andthe stereotypes can be broken? The Breakfast Club presents undoubtedly stereotypical characters, and each member represents a number of real-life examples. But what makes it so enjoyable on a variety of themes: prejudice / discrimination, acceptance / tolerance, diversity, class / status differences, family issues, group dynamics, etc. It encourages us to look at ourselves and others beyond surface , ness level game. Finally, The Breakfast Club is a great pop culture in 1980 andthe social integration Simple Minds music Dont You (Forget About Me), a wealthy surburb of American life (requirements tions and have-nots) and superficial impressed decade. It reminds us that diversity is indeed all of us. We are different but we are all the same, one way or another.