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Breakfast Club

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Breakfast Club

    i liked the movie, it was nice.this movie was teenagers movie and was so funny. they all were diffrent but fund at the can get a long. i think what happen in the movie can really happen in a high school.many teens are poor,rich or from a diffrent culture but it it possible for them to get along.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    More Clean Up Needed to Make This Vintage Teen Comedy Sparkle

    John Hughes¿ 'The Breakfast Club' is the brat pack movie that I venture to guess will be long remembered as the watershed moment for teen screen comedy in the American cinema. The plot (for those not already familiar with it) revolves around five angst ridden teenagers from various walks of life who are forced to sit together through one Saturday afternoon detention. There¿s Andrew (Emilio Estevez) the driven jock who¿s in for taping a fellow wrestler¿s buttocks with packing tape, Claire (Molly Ringwald), a princess who ditched class one afternoon to go shopping, John (Judd Nelson), the bitter rebel to whom nothing is taboo, Brian (Anthony Michael Hall), a mama¿s boy who almost committed suicide because he couldn¿t accept failing a shop class assignment, and Allison (Ally Sheedy), who¿s just generally warped. She didn¿t even have to attend but came to the detention because she had nowhere else to go! A hilarious, well-crafted and often poignant film about the fundamental truths that make us all human 'The Breakfast Club' is perhaps the single greatest exploration of that period of confusion that plagues us all in the intern between child and adulthood. UNIVERSAL's remastering efforts on this DVD provide some of their own angst. Despite being anamorphically enhanced for 16X9 displays, this newly minted DVD offers nothing in the way of video improvement over the previously issued non-anamorphic DVD. Colors are dated, often unbalanced and rendered with a decidedly soft characteristic. Fine detail is generally lost, even in well lit scenes, thanks to a considerable amount of film grain. Contrast, shadow and black levels are all extremely weak. Age related artifacts, including chips, scratches and spiced jump cuts are all evident. The audio - remixed to 5.1 exhibits a dated characteristic with muffled dialogue and practically no spatial separation, except in the music tracks. There are no extras.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A good movie

    The Breakfast Club was a great movie and can give many viewers a look at high school life in the 1980's. Even in high school life today, it shows a character from five different groups of people. A movie like this will explain why there are so many fights in school and give people who haven't gone to school in a while a chance to see that. It shows that as much as people are different they are all the same in a way, too.

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    Posted September 20, 2009

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