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Sensitive loner Keith is in his last year of high school and would rather spend his time in the art room than on the football field. When he bags a date with Amanda, the most popular girl in school, he hasn't quite bargained for the response of her on-off jock boyfriend or his own tomboy best friend Watts. This charming teen drama is nothing less than you'd expect from producer/writer John Hughes, who also wrote and directed Eighties classic The Breakfast Club.
Essential drama as a socially disparate group of high school teens spend their saturday detention growing toward each other.
14+ years 92 mins
Jane Austen's comedy of manners Emma gets a valley girl update as Alicia Silverstone's so-not-an-airhead struggles with love and life.
11+ years 93 mins
Documentary following the lives of the distinctive character of American high-school teens, a real life 'Breakfast Club'.
14+ years 95 mins
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