The breakfast Club Review
The Breakfast Club is about five high school students from different walks of life endure a Saturday detention. Each has a chance to tell his or her story, making the others see them a little differently, when the day ends, they question whether school will ever be the same. The character I personally love is the main character: rebel John (Judd Nelson). Judd Nelson (November 28, 1959) is an screenwriter, producer and actor who is very known for his roles in: The Breakfast Club, Transformers (movie, animated), St. Elmo's Fire, New Jack City, etc. Judd Nelson played a wonderful job as rebel John because he absolutely brought that character to life... He basically "set the bar" for future actors. John Hughes (February 18, 1950-August 6, 2009) is the director of The Breakfast Club and other flims like: Ferris Bueller's Day off, Pretty In Pink, Home Alone (1,2,3), Baby's Day Out, Curly Sue, etc. My favorite scene from The Breakfast Club was when John Bender "mocked" Brian's (Anthony Michael Hall) life and blended it with how horrible his life was at home. This scene stood out to me the most because rebel John (Judd Nelson) wasn't afraid to speak his mind about what goes on around him... (That's why I love that scene.) I honestly love the movie, giving it 5 stars because it's helping break stereotypes about people in general! I would honestly recommend this movie to people who wants to break these stereotypes society label us with.