30 Years Later, The Breakfast Club is Still Saying “Don’t You Forget About Me”

Nerdacy: It’s been 30 years since The Breakfast Club released in theaters, and we still haven’t forgotten the iconic John Hughes-directed film. In fact, Universal Pictures is going to make sure you remember it come next month.

Courtesy of Universal and Fathom events, The Breakfast Club will be re-released in theaters for a two-day run to celebrate the film’s 30th anniversary. The new restored version will be shown in select theaters and feature a short commentary video by cast and crew members that worked on the micro-budget film.

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ajax172410d ago

As far as John Hughes movies go I always preferred Ferris Bueller's Day Off to The Breakfast Club.

RetrospectRealm2410d ago

Me too. Sixteen Candles, Pretty In Pink, the Home Alone Movies, National Lampoon's, all were better than Breakfast Club to me. I just never got the hype that Breakfast Club always got.

The way it interprets high school kids doesn't hold up after 20-30 years too. It ain't how the kids in my high school acted.