This is the RESERVOIR DOGS of High School Teen Angst Cinema (not a genre) but it is a superb script with fabulous actors. Also, I had the pleasure of reading the actual screenplay once, and like Tarantino, Hughe's film is entirely on the page before a frame is ever filmed.
64/100 (Karakterler çok karikatürize, herkesden farklı marjinal olan bir kız ile anarşist olan bir çocuk saçma bir şekilde kötü gösterilmiş, filmdeki okulun gerçekten okul olduğuna pek inanmadım, Cumaresi ceza saçma geldi, marjinal kız hariç oyunculuklar kötüydü. Bunların dışında her şey kusursuz. Puan verirken çok zorlandım. Diyaloglar şaheser. Ama başta saydığım eleştirilerin değeri de -35 puan malesef...)
The best thing of The Breakfast Club? The way that it deconstructs this bunch of apparently stereotypical characters, providing them a particular energy and beauty. It's not just one more title of the "High school comedies" of the 80s, but instead a movie that has something to say to all generations. There are no happy endings: and it's so sad, and poetic at the same time, to see these kids talking about how...
If you’re an eighties baby then you know the movie The Breakfast Club. A groundbreaking movie that catalogs what it’s like to be a teenager in the eighties. The movie that Molly Ringwald got her big break this movie is a must see for all of you nostalgia buffs. This critic gives this movie two thumbs up and a ten out of ten it's a classic that shows what it was like in a simpler time where kids could have more fun.