There’s the jock, Andrew; the popular girl, Claire; the nerd, Brian; the rebel, Bender; and the odd girl, Allison. These five students all believe they have nothing in common with one another, but as time passes on they realize they have more in common than they think. The Breakfast Club is a timeless film that goes deep inside the mind of teenagers and destroys the stereotypes of typical high school students by showing there is much more to a person than their outward appearance may suggest. The best decision John Hugh’s made when writing The Breakfast Club was deciding to have the five characters represent the most common types of cliques that can be found in high school. The five characters each have a different personality and this gives viewers the opportunity to each have a character that they can relate to.
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.
For some people it means getting in with the wrong crowd, as longs as it means they are accepted. For Mayella Ewell that meant trying to be loved by a man she didn’t love. “She was as sad, I thought, as what Jem called a mixed child: white people wouldn’t have anything to do with her because she lived among pigs; Negros wouldn’t have anything to do with her because she was white” (To Kill A Mockingbird pg 256). Mayella seems to be an outcast to everyone, including her own family. Tom testifies that her father shouted profanities at her as he made an escape.
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.
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.
In Grammar school the life was harsh, the boys had to be in class for six o’clock and did not get out until five. If they failed to follow classroom rules they got hit 50 times with a cane. After surpassing Grammar School, the boys proceed to a university at age 14. They had the choice between four universities. Oxford University or Cambridge University were the most popular choices.
The reverse of that (businessmen leering at female workers) would be far more concerning and according to Kilbourne this is why: “And why is the Diet Coke ad funny? Because we know it doesn’t describe any truth. However, the ads featuring images of male violence against women do describe a truth”
This is related to Ryan because in the last book JP asked Anna to the dance and immediately they got into a fight that lasted until the book ended and even in this book they still have a shaky friendship. My example isn 't as sad as JP and Ryan because they knew each other since their freshmen year, one girl was able to ruin it all. Jack moved away in six grade and I haven 't seen him ever since but I always wished that I had admitted it and
For instance, Rosaura was informed that the rich were “being liars”(1) due to the fact magicians and monkeys exist in the party. She admits it’s not fair if she doesn’t come to the party. However, Rosaura was only invited just to be Luciana’s maid for the party which meant they weren’t friends. For example, Rosaura thought she was going to be awarded with a prize, but Senora went into her purse and handed the price which “appeared two bills”(5). Rosaura wasn’t pleased with it because she was well-behaved and admits she should’ve gotten a better prize.
High school is just one of those times in life that will forever be remembered. Before attending, many will hear horror stories of "Mean Girls", cliques, "freshman Friday", raging parties and the infamous awkward school or prom photo The following are 5 myths about high school and what it is really like. 1. "Mean Girls" There is a big fear upon entering high school that there will be a clique of mean girls who bully and prey on incoming freshman. This is short of reality, as many students in high school are excited to see fresh new faces, or simply do not care.