The breakfast club…
Ever seen a guy with elephantitus of the nuts?
I Bloody love that film! Due a re-watch I reckon. Binnerette number one is 13. About the right age to get it? I think so. Might watch it with her this weekend as Binnerette number 2 is at a sleepover. She loved Ferris BuellerPosted 7 months agoDigbySubscriber
Still love some of the old John Hughes films – took my daughter to see ‘The Breakfast Club’ at our local independent cinema, which showed the original film stock complete with ‘flashes’ and defects.
out of that epoch, I don’t think ’16 Candles’ stands the test of time. Although it has some great moments, it descends into ‘Porky’s’ frat-boy level on occasion.
Pretty In Pink and Some kind of Wonderful are still fantastic though! 😉Posted 7 months agofootflapsSubscriber
Most of them (Brat pack movies) have now been re-released remastered as 25 or 30 year anniversary Blue Rays which are much better quality than the old DVDs.
I love that whole era…
Breakfast clubPosted 7 months ago
Pretty in Pink
Pump up the volume
Less than zero
St Elmos fire
Just finished it and loved it still, having not watched it for years. And it got a big thumbs up from 13 year old Binnerette number 1. I suppose the themes are timeless
One thing I hadn’t really thought about before is how good a script and the actors have to be to make a film that captivating that is all basically shot in one room
Oh…. and it is on Netflix, should you fancy itPosted 7 months agoDigbySubscriber
I suppose the themes are timeless
Agreed, but when discussing the film with my daughter she commented that a ‘modern’ version wouldn’t work as it would just be 5 kids in room looking at their ‘smart’ phones …
I love the film but the only bit that makes me cringe is the scene where wrestler Andrew Clark (played by Emilio Estevez) makes the glass door shatter …Posted 7 months ago
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