In 1985, comedic writer John Hughes changed the dialogue between two generations when he wrote and directed a film about five high school students from very different paths of life forced to communicate with one another over the course of a Saturday detention titled The Breakfast Club. But does the film deserve the glory it recieved or should it be locked away in the broom closet for bad behavior? MovieDude Eric, Kent, Lobster and special guest D.X. Ferris find out.


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Music provided by Johnny Ripper, "sundown"

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