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The Breakfast Club

Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Mar 28th 2003, 6:05 pm

starbug wrote: 'Without lamps, there'd be no light.'
Have you seen some of the guys who take shop?

I take shop.

:lol:
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Post by Megs » Mar 28th 2003, 10:24 pm

candygirl wrote:
starbug wrote: 'Without lamps, there'd be no light.'
Have you seen some of the guys who take shop?

I take shop.

:lol:
:rofl:

Took me a second to place that quote.

I love The Breakfast Club!
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Post by K-man » Mar 29th 2003, 6:44 pm

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Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Mar 29th 2003, 7:14 pm

Does Barry Manilow know you raid his closet every morning?

:D

Speaking of the Breakfast Club, it is being re-released on DVD on April 1st, but no commentaries - just "production notes" (whatever that means!).
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Post by TomSpeed » Mar 29th 2003, 11:04 pm

I love The Breakfast Club. It's been years since I've seen it though. Let's see if I can quote any lines.

You mess with the bull, you get the horns.

Ugh. I can't wait until the DVD comes out. I might have to obtain it.
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Post by SanDeE* » Mar 30th 2003, 7:04 am

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Post by Sascha (sab) » Mar 30th 2003, 7:45 am

TomSpeed wrote:Ugh. I can't wait until the DVD comes out. I might have to obtain it.
Me too :-). It will be released on April 1st (no joke), but it has very few extras :-(
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/078322687X wrote: DVD Features:
* Production notes
* Widescreen letterbox format
The "St. Elmo's Fire" DVD has a Making Of and a commentary track and more. Why couldn't they do the same for "Pretty In Pink" and "Breakfast Club"? :-(

*sigh*
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Post by Megs » Mar 30th 2003, 12:08 pm

sab wrote:
TomSpeed wrote:Ugh. I can't wait until the DVD comes out. I might have to obtain it.
Me too :-). It will be released on April 1st (no joke), but it has very few extras :-(
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/078322687X wrote: DVD Features:
* Production notes
* Widescreen letterbox format
The "St. Elmo's Fire" DVD has a Making Of and a commentary track and more. Why couldn't they do the same for "Pretty In Pink" and "Breakfast Club"? :-(

*sigh*
Sweet! I love St. Elmos Fire. It is my favorite of the Brat Pack. Pretty in Pink was on TV last night, and I am watching The Breakfast Club on TBS right now. I can't wait to get the DVDs.
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Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Mar 30th 2003, 6:59 pm

I liked St. Elmo's Fire as a kid, but now I appreciate it SO much more because I understand that whole post-college what am I doing this isn't my life kind of thing.

Pretty in Pink is probably my least favorite Brat Pack movie of the ones that I like (if that makes any sense). I think it's mostly because I wanted her to end up with Duckie. I know, I know, that was the original ending and they changed it because the screening audiences wanted her with Blaine, but meh.

:D

Weird Science, Sixteen Candles, and Breakfast Club are probably my all time favorites. April 1 - I'll be at Cost Co buying some DVDs!
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Post by TomSpeed » Mar 30th 2003, 9:36 pm

All of those movies really spoke to me. I guess I always will be a child of '80s. It's not as cool as being a child of the 60s, but you gotta work with what you've got. John Hughes really had his finger on the pulse of that generation. Too bad that I can't remember his last movie. He really fell off of the map in the 90s.

I can list my favorite 80s teen movies:

The Breakfast Club
Sixteen Candles
Say Anything
Better Off Dead
Some Kind of Wonderful
Fast Times at Ridgemont High
Pretty in Pink.

Ahh, the classics. I had the biggest crush on Molly Ringwald. I would have married her in a second. I still have a Sixteen Candles movie poster hanging in my bedroom. It is a nice conterwieght to my Pulp Fiction poster.

OK, if I don't get this line isn't perfectly remembered, please forgive me -- I have long refused to watch The Breakfast Club in its edited TV form:

Why are you here? (Judd Nelson, I think, to Ally Sheedy)

No reason. I had nothing better to do.
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Graham: And how much of you?
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Post by dTheater » Mar 31st 2003, 12:02 am

sab wrote:
TomSpeed wrote:Ugh. I can't wait until the DVD comes out. I might have to obtain it.
Me too :-). It will be released on April 1st (no joke), but it has very few extras :-(
http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/078322687X wrote: DVD Features:
* Production notes
* Widescreen letterbox format
The "St. Elmo's Fire" DVD has a Making Of and a commentary track and more. Why couldn't they do the same for "Pretty In Pink" and "Breakfast Club"? :-(

*sigh*
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Post by mental » Mar 31st 2003, 1:36 am

sab wrote: Me too :-). It will be released on April 1st (no joke), but it has very few extras :-(
Uhh, is this a blast from the past glitch or something? The breakfast club DVD has been out for a long time. Heck, I've even seen it at Best Buy.

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Post by Natasha (candygirl) » Mar 31st 2003, 4:07 am

Nope, it's true - the Breakfast Club is being re-released on DVD. I believe it was originally released in 1998 without any bonus material. The new version has "production notes" but I have no idea what that really means. We'll find out on Tuesday!

:D
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Post by starbug » Mar 31st 2003, 5:30 am

candygirl wrote:Nope, it's true - the Breakfast Club is being re-released on DVD. I believe it was originally released in 1998 without any bonus material. The new version has "production notes" but I have no idea what that really means. We'll find out on Tuesday!

:D
Thank god for that! My VHS copy is ropey to say the least... I shall be ordering it asap.

Erm...

'The door is waaaay too heavy, sir'.

'Impossible, sir, it's in Johnson's underwear.'

'Two hits; me hitting you, you hitting the floor.'

and my personal favourite:

'Speak for yourself.'
'Do you think I'd speak for you? I don't even know your language.'

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Post by mental » Mar 31st 2003, 11:29 am

candygirl wrote:Nope, it's true - the Breakfast Club is being re-released on DVD. I believe it was originally released in 1998 without any bonus material. The new version has "production notes" but I have no idea what that really means. We'll find out on Tuesday!

:D
In the other DVDs that I have, production notes are basically just short movie bios of the actors/directors. So, it'll have a list of some major movies that Judd Nelson et al. have been in....that's about it. No video, just a still "page" with this info on the screen.

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