The Breakfast Club

Poster for the movie "The Breakfast Club"

High School was a very different place for teenagers back in 1985. There were no cell phones, lockers were still in use, and there was this strange building on campus called the “Library” that housed books and delinquents on Saturdays.

In this week’s review, Rog, Big D, & Gene explore the hit film “The Breakfast Club”. We explore whether or not the themes of teenage angst, High School stereotypes, and John Hughes-style diversity still hold up over 30 years later.

The Shatty Trio also share stories of their own High School experience, predict where the characters are today, and tackle the question as to why a movie called “The Breakfast Club” only served lunch.

The Breakfast Club

They only met once, but it changed their lives forever.

19851 h 37 minR

Five high school students, all different stereotypes, meet in detention, where they pour their hearts out to each other, and discover how they have a lot more in common than they thought.

Director John Hughes
Producer John Hughes, Ned Tanen, Michelle Manning
Production Universal Pictures, Channel Productions, A&M Films
Release Date 15 February 1985

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