The Film Buff Version As a budding amateur film historian, you should study this movie as a classic, trendsetting example of the Teen Movie. The school's disciplinary principal, Mr. The Criminal Bender : In the movie, Bender falls victim to the fundamental attribution error. Got a little boring at times but it was still really well acted and a good heart felt story. He acts as though he'll urinate on the floor, suggests that he and Andrew close the library door and have forced sex with Claire, challenges Andrew's athletic prowess and rigs the main door to the library so that it can't be braced open so Vernon can keep an eye on them from his office. Through out the movie Bender constantly tries to wind people up, rebel against Vernon and show off, constantly reminding us of his characters stereotype.
This question is not just unique to these students in this high school, but this is a question all high school students attempt to figure out by the time they enter college or join the work force. This paper is aimed at analyzing whether interpersonal communication exists in the movie. However, The Breakfast Club written by John Hughes made teens everywhere relate to at least one of these characters. But, we think you're crazy to make us write an essay telling you who we think we are. His parents pressure him to get good grades and stay on the straight and narrow.
A jock, Emilio Estevez, a stoner, Judd Nelson, a princess, Molly Ringwald, a basket case, Ally Sheedy, and a brain, Anthony Michael Hall, talk about everything from parental tension to sex to peer pressure to hurtful stereotypes while serving the eight hours in a library. Each one of them is, all together, a brain, an athlete, a basket case, a princess, and a criminal. For example, the show Outsourced shows stereotyping in the work place by stereotyping all Indian people as being technologically savvy. For example, Principal Vernon could have reached out to Allison and helped her meet her severe need to belong by suggesting clubs or activities she could join. Most Hollywood teenage movies give us underage nymphos or nostalgia-drenched memories of the 1950s.
She tells them that her parents just ignore and don't care about her. At the end of the movie, the teens who were once strangers, all depart together. While Brian accedes, instead of writing about the actual topic, he writes a very motivating letter that is in essence, the main point of the story. Five high school students from different walks of life endure a Saturday detention under a power-hungry principal Paul Gleason. The Princess Ringwald and the Criminal Nelson get together and the Basket Case Sheedy and Athlete Estevez also end up together.
He also claims that since he's been in education for many years that the kids haven't changed, they're still defiant, arrogant and disrespectful of authority. Allison learns that she is unique but that sometimes conforming to society is okay when she decides to let Andrew into her life. Brian tries his best to behave, Andrew and Claire argue with John, and Allison is silent. He learns from Clair that although things may seem bad, there is some good in the world. Summary In the iconic film, The Breakfast Club, five random high school students must spend their Saturday together in detention.
Vernon has already judged who they are. We see Vernon writing the essay that Brian had wrote regarding the breakfast club. It begins with loud rock music playing as a quote from a David Bowie song is on a black background. Clever uses of mis-en-scene can be seen in the framing, setting, and character. We really have your number, huh? While he says different things there are parts of the school that are cut to. By analyzing every part the movie has shown, we can see clear evidence whether the said kind of communication existed or not.
At home, Allison was ignored by her parents and at school she had no friends. Cast: , , , , , , , Perry Crawford Director: Genres: , Comedy drama Production Co: Universal Pictures Keywords: , , , , , , ,. To help explain these differences, Erikson introduced his development theory. Free association is a method of exploring the unconscious in which the person relaxes and says whatever comes to mind, no matter how trivial or embarrassing. The athlete Andrew tries to push against Bender, Bender constantly creates trouble and Brian talks about his academic clubs.
In the simplest and in their own terms, Claire is a princess, Andrew an athlete, John a criminal, Brian a brain, and Allison a basket case. During our presentation we will provide you with examples of status, rules and norms, power and cohesiveness that were illustrated in the movie. Reciprocal determinism is the idea that behavior is controlled by the individual, through their thought processes, and by the environment, through certain stimulating events. I'm so popular, everybody loves me so much at this school. . On their way back, they nearly run right into Vernon.
Reciprocal Determinism: The Bobo Doll Experiment The Bobo Doll Experiment video below shows that when we see people do something we usually imitate their actions and behavior. Their detention is a result of myriad violations. The Athlete Andrew : Andrew shows the frustration-aggression principle when he gets into an altercation with Bender. He was subjected to peer pressure when he decided to take part in smoking marijuana with the rest of the group. Though Bender teases them all, they all seem to have a moment when he makes them laugh. The story is set in saturday… 993 Words 4 Pages The movie The Breakfast Club was released in 1985, and is based on a group of five high school students from stereotypical cliques; the popular, jock, nerd and the outcasts, who all wind up stuck together for Saturday detention.