The Brat Pack Collection - DVD (The Breakfast Club, St.Elmos Fire, About Last Night) £4.77 + Free Delivery @ SelectCheaper
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The Brat Pack Collection - DVD (The Breakfast Club, St.Elmos Fire, About Last Night) £4.77 + Free Delivery @ SelectCheaper

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Found 12th Jan 2010
Triple-bill of classic 1980s america teen drama. in 'the breakfast club' (1984), five very different teenagers are stuck with each other for the day when they are forced to spend saturday at school on detention. gradually, unlikely friendships form. john hughes' seminal high school comedy set the template for a number of 80s teen movies, while simple minds scored a huge hit with their theme song, 'don't you forget about me'. in 'about last night' (1986), based on a play by david mamet, following a one-night-stand salesman danny (rob lowe) and art director debbie (demi moore) find their casual, low-key relationship developing into a passionate, intense, committed one. this proves a source of great irritation to danny's best friend (james belushi) and debbie's flatmate (elizabeth perkins) - an irritation that heightens when debbie and danny decide to move in together. finally, in 'st elmo's fire' (1985), seven college graduates decide to stick together while going out into the big, wide world. they consist of: billy (lowe), who refuses to move on; jules (moore), for whom life is one long, high-powered party; kirbo (emilio estevez), who spends all his time chasing his dream girl; wendy (mare winningham), a hard-working, respectable girl who has yet to lose her virginity; alec (judd nelson), who wants success, wealth and a wife; kevin (andrew mccarthy), who is scared of women; and leslie (ally sheedy), who has difficulty choosing between her boyfriend and her career.

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Does Barry Manilow know you raided his wardrobe???

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Does Barry Manilow know you raided his wardrobe???



How very dare you :w00t: In the 80's my dress sense was more akin to Bela Lugosi, so he wouldn't have got much out of my wardrobe ;-)

Good films though, St.Elmos Fire has to be the pick of the three films for me :thumbsup:
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