Today marks the 31st anniversary of the day — March 24, 1984 — that The Breakfast Club first met: that would be the day that characters from John Hughes' beloved teen classic were all stuck in detention together. And...
“Don’t you forget about me…” We surely haven’t forgotten The Breakfast Club, John Hughes’ seminal 1985 teen dramedy, which has inspired countless other teen films in the past 30 years and remains beloved by generations both old and young. If you’re looking to relive the magic of Hughes’ teen masterpiece, you’re in luck: The Breakfast Club is heading back to theaters this March to celebrate its 30th anniversary.
In 1999, 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' was released on DVD and included an awesome audio commentary track from director John Hughes, the only audio commentary that the notoriously reclusive director ever recorded. But when the film was re-released on DVD and Blu-ray, the track mysteriously disappeared... until now.