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GalacticProblem

  1 month ago

Generational Movies ....

Due to my parents views, beliefs & strictness I did not see this in 1985 as teenager and in fact was in my mid 20's when I got the chance to see it , along with the likes of Saint Elmo's Fire, Sixteen Candles, Ferris Bueller's Day Off and other similar coming of age style films.

So 2 questions -

1. Have you seen The Breakfast Club ( and if you have not I heartily suggest that you consider it) ?

2. Is there any particular generational film you never saw at the time when it was released & applicable to your age/circumstances at the time ?
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Mollygirl

  1 month ago
I saw all of these when they came out, I was in my twenties in the 80s, and my younger brother had a crush on almost every girl in them. Reply
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Hawksmoor

  1 month ago
... My parents were very conservative and cautious too, and my mother very religious: however, I was very crafty in breaking the rules. I remember watching some films on my little black+ white portable telly in my bedroom that my mam n dad definitely would not have approved of when I was 13, 14: The Rocky Horror Picture Show, for example! :0 Reply
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Hawksmoor

  1 month ago
I saw The Breakfast Club at the pictures when it came out, I was 15 if that was in 1985; I thought it was ok for an American film except me n my mates couldn't stop laughing at the rebel "boy" - can't remember who played him, but he looked about forty years old to us kids lol Reply
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gljcleeve

  1 month ago
I've seen this and a few others that you mentioned and would rather forget them for the most part.
Like spartan, I also enjoyed "American Graffiti" and "That'll be the Day", but "If" was possibly my favourite of this genre were I to have a favourite.
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spartan3002

  1 month ago
Never heard of it tbh . I enjoyed American Graffiti . Reply
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Spaceshuttle6v3

  1 month ago
I have seen the breakfast club but remember only it was full of brat pack stars as they were called back then, can't recall the script. I really liked the Robbin Williams film Dead poets society back in my teens. Do you recall that one? Reply
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yvonne7495

  1 month ago
I've never even heard of them sorry. I have seen 'What's Eating Gilbert Grape' though that's great! My parents were very discerning and even used to turn off Frankie Howard! (o: Reply
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Mark_W

  1 month ago
I’ve never seen it or any Star Wars films... Reply
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barriebullock

  1 month ago
I've not seen it but I find cinema seats uncomfortable & even more so since they introduced more comfortable seats. Reply
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rosemary-charles

  1 month ago
No hun its not the sort of film I would watch Reply
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