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  • The Breakfast Club Analysis

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    discovering your identity and breaking away from stereotypes. It is about a group of 5 defiant high school students who are all forced to spend their Saturday in detention. The five main characters include Claire (Molly Ringwald) the princess, Brian (Anthony Michael Hall) the brain, Andrew (Emilio Estevez) the jock, Allison (Ally Sheedy) the weirdo, and John Bender (Judd Nelson) the criminal. These students have very different personalities and very little in common- or so they think. The five are stuck together

  • The Breakfast Club Movie Analysis

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    The Breakfast Club was written, directed, and produced by John Hughes. The film was released February 15, 1985 which happened to be three days before his 35th birthday. The film stared the likes of Emilio Esteves (Andrew Clark), Anthony Michael Hall (Brian Johnson), Judd Nelson (John Bender), Molly Ringwald (Claire Standish), Ally Sheedy (Allison Reynolds), and Paul Gleason (Richard Vernon). The Breakfast Club is about five stereotypical high school students serving detention together, we have Andrew

  • The Breakfast Club Movie Analysis

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    from very different backgrounds meet on a Saturday for detention with their principal. The contrasting group includes the athlete, Andrew (Emilio Estevez), the princess Claire (Molly Ringwald), basket case Allison (Ally Sheedy), brain Brian (Anthony Michael Hall), and criminal John (Judd Nelson). The principal assigns them an essay on “who you think you are,” and leaves them to do it. During this time each of them has a chance to finally tell his or her story, making the other see them a little differently

  • Apollo 11 Eras

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    vote for the first time in 1918 (Prentice hall literature 1128). Susan B. Anthony was “pioneer crusader for the woman suffrage movement in the United States and president (1892-1900) of the National American Woman Suffrage Association” (“English Literature”). Females in the world began to use more freedoms and exhibit more confidence. World War I and World War II were the causes of more inventions, and more people craved to have the best new thing (Prentice Hall Literature 1126). Britain declared war

  • The Casey Anthony Case Essay

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    The Casey Anthony case was one that captured the heart of thousands and made it to the headline of national TV talk shows, newspapers, radio stations and social media networks for months. The root of the case was due to a clash between the parental responsibilities, the expectations that went with being a parent, and the life that Casey Anthony wanted to have. The case was in respect to the discovering the cause of Casey’s two-year-old daughter, Caylee Marie Anthony’s, death; however the emphasis

  • The Night - Original Writing

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    Alex had been sound asleep when she was suddenly awoken by a noise. At first, she figured it must be her neighbors across the hall having made the ruckus, presuming having dropped maybe a dish or a late-night cup of coffee on the ceramic tile floor she had known lined both of their kitchens. But then her mind quickly went to the thought of Angela and Liam. Are they home? Could it be them coming in this late? The kid must be zonked out cold. Reaching for her bathrobe that had been absent-mindedly

  • Basketball Is The Most Popular And Beloved Sports Essay

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    Professional Basketball Basketball is one of the most popular and beloved sports that is played today. Michael Jordan who played for the Washington Wizards and the Chicago Bulls once said, “Just play, have fun, and enjoy the game” (BrainyQuote 2016). Whether playing with friends for fun or by professionals for entertainment or simply watching from home, basketball is a sport that is enjoyed all over the world. Beginning with a unique history, basketball has evolved over time from a simple idea into

  • How Basketball Has Changed The World Essay

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    Basketball is one of the most popular which is beloved sports that is played today. Michael Jordan, who played for the Washington Wizards and the Chicago Bulls once said, “Just play, have fun, and enjoy the game” (BrainyQuote 2016). Whether playing with friends for fun or by professionals for entertainment or simply watching from home, basketball is very enjoyed all over the world. Beginning with a unique history, basketball has evolved over time from a simple idea into a professional career choice

  • Brian The Brainy (Nerdy) Guy Of The Breakfast Club

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    for sure. Brian is a very smart guy. He is very book smart, I am more of a common sense kind of guy. Brian was always the odd man out during the movie. Even when they were talking about what would happen on Monday when they saw each other in the halls you knew they would treat him the way they always had. He would still be considered the brain no matter what. When the movie first starts you really wonder what did this kid do to get Saturday detention. He appears to be a goody, goody like he

  • The Breakfast Club Identity

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    The Breakfast Club The film The Breakfast club illustrates how a person’s identity can be influenced by conflict he or she has experienced. First, Claire Standish she gets everything she wants, her dad treats her like a princess and she can’t do anything on her own. For example , She skipped school to go shopping but her dad didn’t really care cause he used to all ways get her out of Sunday detention but this time he couldn’t. Everybody looked up to her like she was god because she was pretty and

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