School's Out!

“In 1985 The Breakfast Club dressed differently from all the other teen comedies. John Hughes constructed a simple, one-location talkie that brought a generation’s submerged angst to the surface. The result was a movie that’s confused, impatient, indulgent, naive, clumsy, unintentionally funny and prone to random outbursts of energy.

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“It's the last day of the school year in 1976, and everyone's ready
for a party. Characterised in some quarters as the American Graffiti
for the slacker generation, this is in fact a very clever piece of retro
70s anti-nostalgia which scrupulously avoids sentimentality.
“Tracking 18 hours in the lives of a bunch of high school juniors

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