Two 80s movie gems receive 30th Anniversary Blu-ray love.
Here are 15 films with great lines that we can pretty much recite from memory, whether or not we remember anything else about them.
It’s back to school time! The Popblerd staff (joined by the Popdose staff) counts down their favorite school-related films of all time.
Bob can’t just give advice to the myriad young acts who don’t read his columns. He has to present it with awkward metaphors about high school, which he probably learned from the movies.
Kelly Stitzel reveals the original inspiration for Soundtrack Saturday in her tribute to filmmaker John Hughes.
When The Breakfast Club begins, we’re presented with the five characters as easily defined stereotypes – “a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess, and a criminal.” In the film’s closing moments, against the backdrop of the Simple Minds classic “Don’t You (Forget About Me),” Anthony Michael Hall iterates the fundamental message of the film – that although it is much simpler to perceive the characters as members of discrete categories, it’s just plain wrong, and it’s an insult to each of them to do so. The members of the Breakfast Club don’t believe that Principal Vernon’s assessment of any of them is going to change in the slightest beyond the stereotypes he has already assigned them to, and therefore feel there is no point in attempting to explain themselves to him. It would all go in one ear and out the other. The Film: The Breakfast Club The Song: “Don’t You (Forget About Me)” The Artist: Simple Minds Ever since this endless presidential race began – and let’s be honest, the Democratic primary …