The Breakfast Club is a movie that was released in 1985. This classic movie was written and directed by the famous John Hughes. The movie revolves around five high school students who are forced to attend Saturday detention and write an essay about who they think they are as a person. Every main character comes from a different clique. There’s the jock, Andrew; the popular girl, Claire; the nerd, Brian; the rebel, Bender; and the odd girl, Allison.
1. The movie I have selected for the identity analysis assignment will be the Breakfast Club (1986). The movie is about five teenagers who are from different groups in high school cliques; the popular girl (Claire), the loner (Allison), the athlete (Andrew), the nerd Brain) and the outsider (Bender). They spend the Saturday in detention together. As they spend the day together, they begin to realize their flaws and how much alike they are.
Taking a stand for what you believe in, is the theme of both the stories “Celeste’s Heart” by Aida Bortnik and “Principals and Principles” by Daniel Handler. “Celeste’s Heart” is a story about a girl that lives in Argentina and goes to a school every morning to then have to stand in the backyard of the school back to back with their arms raised in the air for an hour or maybe two hours if they were extra bad. “Principals and Principles” is a story about a boy in seventh grade who lives in San Francisco, and how his school makes their students wear sweaters to school every day even if they have been having in a three-day heat wave phenomena. Both protagonists are facing situations that they don’t agree with.The Themes in both the stories show that both the protagonists are not afraid to fight for what they believe in and aren 't afraid of breaking a few rules on the road to success. In the story “Celeste 's Heart” is a story of a young girl that goes to a school in Argentina that has very harsh conditions and feels that it should be changed before her little brother goes there.
Melinda Sordino, she is in her High School, Merryweather high, and she is also the narrator of the story. Andy Evans, he is an attractive senior, but with a bad reputation with girls. He raped Melinda at an end-of-summer party. Heather, she is a new girl at the school, she becomes friends with Melinda because she had no other friends. Turns out that Heather was not a good friend after all.
The tragic death of Allie has caused Holden to express low self esteem, self destructive behavior, and devious actions. Through Salinger’s use of dialogue, it helps express Holden’s behaviors and thoughts towards facing different situations that arise throughout the novel. Salinger also presents Holden in first person, which allows the reader to enter the fantasy world and suffering of which Holden is encountering. Salinger as the author, incorporates his own troubles into Holden's character, which connects the author and the protagonist. Salinger not only develops the story, but he also weaves in how Holden is different from most adolescents, especially through his behaviors.
The movie, The Breakfast Club, is about five wildly high school students who spent Saturday detention together. The principal of the school, Mr. Vernon, told them to write an essay about why they received a detention and "who they think they are." But rather than writing one, the teenagers coming from a dissimilar social group began to share their thoughts with each other throughout the day and understood that they are not as dissimilar as they initially assumed. Brian is portrayed as "The Brain" and he followed the stereotype of being a "nerd" because of his sensible clothing, good grades, and healthy nutritious lunch. Claire is seen as "The Princess" with the stereotype of a "prom queen" because of her stylish clothing and her popular standing in the school.
The breakfast club movie was about this group of five adolescents who had nothing in common who spends a Saturday detention together in their high school library. They were all stereotyped of high school cliques who poured their hearts out to each other and discover how they have a lot in common than they thought. The main characters of the breakfast club were; John bender ( the criminal), Allison Reynold (the basket case), Claire Standish ( the princess), Brian Johnson ( the brain), Andrew Clarke ( the jock) and principal Richard Vernon. In light of this movie, Brian was the brain, the nerd and the peace keeper. One would say he always follows the rules.
When you are reading, this piece asks this yourself this question “Will my essay change what you do in school.” Some of the common traits, characteristic and background this student share is that come rough environment. Marcus mother has an alcohol problem. Lawrence mother is in and out of prison. Sparkle has a child and is often without a place to sleep at night. Marco father deported and whose mother also live under the same threat.
The Breakfast Club The breakfast club is a famous teen film directed by John Hughes. The Breakfast Club provides many concepts of adolescent struggles like identity issues, peer pressure, stereotypes, family relationships. The storyline follows five high school students from different social status meeting at their school’s library for Saturday detention. The film depicts Claire as the princess, Andrew as the jock, Brian as the brain, Allison as the basket case and Bender as the criminal. However, later in the film, they realize that they are more than what society portrays them and that they have more in common than they thought.
The writer imposed a troubled childhood to the characters backstory. The character says that he was a child who had got in trouble so frequently that a judge gave him two choices; he would either go into a juvenile detention center or resort to entering the military. This particular history is one that is/was common up until this day. The film doesn’t help to dissuade this reoccurring theme of troubled youth by placing Ray’s family in a less than desirable neighborhood rather than one that is luxurious and decent. Since the film is set in 1996, a time in which race played a major role in how someone was perceived is heavily centered on this