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The Breakfast Club Film Review The Breakfast Club is a movie made in the 80s about 5 very different teenagers who are forced to spend the day in detention At first they appear to be judgmental of the others but by the end they learn to respect one another because they arent so different after all This movie is still very applicable and popular The movie is so well received because of the characters the message and cinematography The film is an exaggeration of real life In real life high schools are divided into groups of people based on their appearance interests and how they were brought up The reason for this is people stick with others that are similar to them In the film each major group was represented by a student There was the princess the jock the brain the rebel and the outcast The main message in the movie is that despite all our outer differences we are all going through the same type of problems Even more the theme is that we have to accept the differences because inside we are all alike The theme is revealed by depicting the fears hopes and goals each character has Andrew Clark is the popular jock who is always trying to please other people He isnt happy with the type of person he is because he is the person everyone wants him to be This creates a lot of internal anger which emerges often throughout the movie He is scared to disappoint his father coach and friends so he bases his goals on what they expect from him Brian Johnson is very bright but has no confidence He is unable to accept failure and always goes by the rules He is terrified that one little slip will cause him to be unable to fulfil his dream of going to university and being successful John Bender has many issues probably because of his
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