The Breakfast Club Essay examples

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The breakfast club was to say the least a boring 80’s movie. But it was a good movie for the purpose of analysis. Simply put, it will not be on my list of movies to rent next time that I am at the rental store. I chose to explain the points of view of Andrew, the jock, and Allison the loner/quite person. I will also be making use of the key terms Clique Groups, and Identity Crisis. 	At the start of the movie, Allison was a person off in a corner by herself. She didn’t talk to anyone, she knew that she had a "place" in the society of school. This society of school, also know as clique groups, takes place at many schools, the one in the movie and most of all Richland High School. Like our school, this one has…show more content…
She also did some very different things that I have never seen any normal girl do. Usually, a girls purse is a private object that carries personal items. I’ve never seen any girl just literally dump all of the contents out of her purse and onto the couch. To me, she needed some attention. I believe before this scene, Allison told us that her family life was a mess. Obviously Andrew answered her subliminal cries for attention. He came down to her level, and saw that she was a normal girl, but that she let everyone else judge her, and he took the opinions of others before he went and spent time with her and saw what she really was like. 	 	Lets switch our view to Andrew. This is a guy who in the eyes of others was a stud. He was considered to be cool, hip, and handsome. More than likely he had every girl all over him. He thought that he was the total reverse of the afore mentioned Allison. He had friends, but what everyone didn’t know was that his family life was as bad as Allisons. However, it was in other ways. His dad pushed him to be the best and not to lose a single game, match or whatever sport he was participating in. This in my opinion drove him almost to the edge. When he saw that Allison was in the same situation that he was in, he was amazed because he thought oh, she’s much more different than I am. He had peer pressure to succeed, he was in a clique with tons of other

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