Breakfast Club (1985)

Rothe Blog Breakfast ClubThree & A Half Stars

This is one of those teen cult classics that I have never seen. I wish I had seen it earlier in my life, but it was still pretty good.

The whole movie revolves around one early Saturday morning and five kids of different personalities who by the end of movie, have made this bond.

Starring Emilio Estevez, Molly Ringwald, and Judd Nelson, this movie is funny, a little nostalgic, and just a fun short movie. I barely recognized Nelson, who is the real bad boy trying to open up the eyes of the other four personalities, a geek, a school chair, a jock, and an social outcast.

Fun high school mischief from socking it to the jerk teacher, to smoking dope, this is a fun movie to watch with a group of friends. If you like simple hijinks and like remembering what it was like to be in high school, this is a great movie for you. Don’t like harsh language, or movies with a real profound statement, you may want to pay. But it is worth it to see Judd Nelson. I bet he thought he had a real future after this movie, not some jerk producer in Airheads and a role on an obnoxious Brooke Shields sitcom.

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