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Taking a cue from the classic generation-defining 1985 John Hughes teen movie The Breakfast Club, the teaser poster already sets up the tone for the "characters," featuring the students in the same poses and clothes as the characters from Hughes' cult classic.Read more ›
Over all it was a great portrayal of the everyday stories of teenagers from a white middle America, middle class perspective. What it neglects, however is the other at least 60% of American teenagers of different race and/or socioeconomic standing.
A snapshot at best, but a very well done one.
I really fell in love with the characters. The DVD extras with Hannah's hilarious blogs are great too.
I definitely recommend this movie.
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I had to watch this for schools and actually found it to be a little interesting. The teens were kind of snobby but the major points came across.Published 10 days ago by Samantha Revenaugh
Good choice for the five students chosen to be tracked during their senior year! This is definitely worth watching.!Published 2 months ago by Jon Patton
Great movie for teachers to show students. This goes well with a unit on teenagers, high school culture, or the transition between high school and college.Published 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
I enjoyed the DVD. It was in great condition and it helped me get an A on an essay I was required to write.Published 10 months ago by Miranda
Watched it for an assignment, it wasn't as bad as I thought it might be.Published 10 months ago by Andrea Price