๐Ÿ˜‰The Breakfast Club – 1985๐Ÿ˜†

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I liked the movie, it was funny and entertaining. I had already graduated High School years before the release. The characters – Princess, Jock, Geek, et. al. – were common to the High School experience no matter what year you graduated. The message of the film said something to all of us who went through peer pressure, labeled with negative stereotypes, the social cliques, and the proverbial “teenage angst”.

Roger Ebert’s Review of The Breakfast Club in 1985

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