The Breakfast Club (DVD, 1998, Widescreen Subtitled Spanish)
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- Display Format:Widescreen; Subtitled Spanish
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- assemblagemaniaMay 14, 2016by
i already did, anyway positive.
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- amber8384Aug 19, 2008by
The Breakfast Club: Timeless Classic
I may not be a child of the eighties, but I've loved this movie ever since I saw it for the first time a few years ago. It's one of those movies that stays with you and gets you thinking. Any person can relate to it for it's based on very diverse characters. It teaches the important lesson of even though we appear to be different, we're all very much the same. I believe this movie about five teen stereotypes - a jock, a beauty, a criminal, a basketcase, and a brain who find friendship among each other in a day's time - will live on for years to come. It truly is a timeless classic that anyone one of any generation can surely relate to. If you haven't seen it, I reccomend you do as soon as possible!
- 790609863@delet...May 03, 2010by
Breakfast Club DVD
the breakfast club movie is an all time classic in my collection and when my vhs player ate mine i had no other choice but to buy it on dvd only because i know vhs's are going out of date really fast and with the new technology of blue-ray players and blue-ray discs i know that in 10 to 15 years dvds will be the same way so i have some time to enjoy this movie!
- stephenh174Sep 12, 2006by
Good film; transcends appearance
A would-be cliche film if only it were made ten years later, I think this movie was great and sums up all the stereotypical groups in highschool. In the story five teens from different cafeteria tables all spend a day together, locked on a Saturday in detention, during which time they bond and learn things about each other that go beyond appearances. In it is fine acting from the junior performers, along with connections that feel real -- seomthing lacking in many films today due to the explosion of special effects and whatnot. This film seems to go beyond the average rat pack flick of the time and is worth a watch and a bag of popcorn.
- addymarie2019Nov 16, 2010by
Love this movie. All around great movie. A must see for everyone. All about it with a co-worker and she had never seen it, so I immediately bought it for her to watch. A great addition to my movie collection.