- Why is John in detention in The Breakfast Club?
- What did John Bender do to Claire under the table?
- What was Claire in detention for?
- How did Andrew get detention?
- Why did John Bender pull the fire alarm?
- Who died from the Breakfast Club?
- Why did Claire give John her earring?
- Why did John Hughes leave Hollywood?
- How does John Bender change by the end of the movie?
- Why did Allison Reynolds get detention?
- What is John Bender stereotype?
- Is the principal in The Breakfast Club benders dad?
- What did Paul Gleason pass away from?
- Was there a Breakfast Club 2?
- What does Claire give John?
- Is the janitor Brian’s dad?
- How old was John Hughes when he passed away?
- What happened to director John Hughes?
- What was wrong with Allison in Breakfast Club?
- Who is John Bender?
- What happened to The Breakfast Club after detention?
- What is the guy’s name in The Breakfast Club?
- Why did Bender get mad at Claire?
- Why does Claire give John her earring?
- Is the principal from Breakfast Club Dead?
- How tall is Paul Gleason?
- Is director John Hughes still alive?
- Who died in the Brat Pack?
- Why did John Hughes stop directing movies?
- What was John Hughes most successful film?
- What is Allison Reynolds stereotype?
Vernon had earlier stated that John was in detention for pulling a false fire alarm. Claire gives Allison a makeover, which sparks romantic interest from Andrew. As the students part ways, Allison and Andrew kiss, as do Claire and John.
One troubling scene in ‘The Breakfast Club’ It’s implied that Bender then touches her inappropriately. Claire squeals, squeezing Bender’s head between her knees. As he emerges from under the desk, Claire slaps him and cusses at him, but keeps a straight face. “It was an accident,” Bender says.
Claire Standish is the most popular girl at Shermer High School, she wears diamond earrings, her dad drives a BMW, her attire is very sophisticated and was in detention for skipping class to go shopping.
The crime he committed to get in detention was from the pressure of his Dad. He was getting changed after wrestling one day, taping up his knee and saw Larry Lester, a weak kid. He taped Larry Lester’s butt together with the tape he was using for his knee.
Allison Reynolds is in detention because she volunteered to go due to being bored with her life. And finally, John Bender is in detention for pulling a fire alarm and fighting with the school’s teachers and students. one built a bomb of sorts, one was just a trouble maker, one harassed a weaker student.
Paul GleasonPaul GleasonGleason as Assistant Principal Richard Vernon in The Breakfast Club (1985)BornPaul Xavier GleasonMay 4, 1939 Jersey City, New Jersey, U.S.DiedMay 27, 2006 (aged 67) Burbank, California, U.S.Resting placeWestwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery
Earlier in the movie, he remarks that his father gave him a carton of cigarettes for Christmas. By entrusting him with her earring, Claire is symbolically entrusting him with her heart. By giving him something of value, she is also telling him he has value.
Hughes didn’t get along with the film’s cast and insulted them before they even started shooting. In fact, he almost decided to end the movie altogether because of how much he didn’t like the actors.
Initially, he shows no respect towards anyone, especially the teachers and the school property. But by the end of the film he begins to accept the idea of kindness, and starts showing it towards the others, in particular, Claire.
The Basket Case Allison went to detention by personal choice, citing nothing better to do with her time. Regardless, she wound up being lumped into the other kids, once during Carl The Janitor’s “sh*theads like you” insult, and the other with Vernon referring to her as “Missy” in a derogatory manner twice.
Stereotype: John Bender first comes off as a very stereotypical character, the reckless out of control bad boy who doesn’t care what people think and loves to cause problems with both his authorities and class mates.
Richard “Dick” Vernon is the grumpy vice principal of Shermer High School as well as the detention supervisor and the main antagonist of the film….Richard VernonFamily:UnknownFriends:Carl the JanitorEnemies:John Bender, Andrew Clark, Claire Standish, Brian Johnson, Allison Reynolds
May 27, 2006Paul Gleason/Date of death
Sadly, following the death of John Hughes in 2009, The Breakfast Club 2 never came to be, but this is not the first time that one of the original cast has discussed the idea of a sequel. “If it happens, I’m there,” he said, though notably this was before Hughes’ passing.
diamond earringsEarly in the movie, Bender (verbally) attacks Claire for wearing diamond earrings that her rich dad probably bought her: He hates such an ostentatious display of wealth and privilege. But by the end, Claire actually gives him one of her earrings—which, if it really has a diamond in it, is a super-expensive gift.
When Carl enters, he warmly greets Brian, who is obviously friendly and respectful to him. This motivates Bender to rudely and mockingly suggest to Brian that “his dad” (referring to Carl, we see Brian’s actual dad at the end of the film) works at the school.
59 years (1950–2009)John Hughes/Age at death
While out on a walk one morning in New York in the summer of 2009, Hughes suffered a fatal heart attack. His legacy after his death was honored by many, including at the 82nd Academy Awards by actors with whom he had worked such as Ringwald, Matthew Broderick, Anthony Michael Hall, and Macaulay Culkin, among others.
At the time the movie was made, Asperger’s syndrome was not a diagnosis in the DSM, so it’s unlikely Allison was created with autism in mind. But a lot of people who were just “the weird kid” could actually have an undiagnosed autism diagnosis.
John Bender, a fictional character in the film The Breakfast Club. John Bender (gridiron football) (born 1987), Canadian football offensive lineman. Jack Bender (born 1949), American television and film director, actor, television producer, and writer.
As the five students bond throughout detention, they wonder what will happen next. They come to the conclusion that their newfound friendships will most likely only last until detention ends. While there were constant rumors about a sequel to The Breakfast Club, it never happened.
The movie centers on Brian Johnson (Hall), Andrew Clark (Estevez), Allison Reynolds (Sheedy), Claire Standish (Ringwald) and John Bender (Nelson) as they gather in the library of the fictional Shermer High School to serve detention from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, March 24, 1984.
Since Claire was such a “good girl”, Bender was suggesting that dating a hardcore “bad boy” like himself would be excellent revenge. If her parents were going to use her against each other then she could rebel by dating someone they would both see as totally inappropriate for her.
It was symbolic of the breaking down of the artificial wall of affluence she kept herself behind to protect her (in a psycho-social sense, as opposed to physical) from the have-nots.
He was known for his roles on television series such as All My Children and films such as The Breakfast Club, Trading Places, and Die Hard….Paul GleasonDiedMay 27, 2006 (aged 67) Burbank, California, U.S.Resting placeWestwood Village Memorial Park CemeteryOccupationActorYears active1965–2006
1.84 mPaul Gleason/Height
Deceased (1950–2009)John Hughes/Living or Deceased
John HughesJohn Hughes, leader of the Brat Pack, dies from heart attack at 59.
Why did John Hughes stop directing movies in the early 90’s? – Quora. By most accounts from those who knew him, it was a combination of 3 things: His personal hurt & anger after his teen film muse, Molly Ringwald, declined the part of Amanda in “Some Kind of Wonderful” to work with another director.
Home AloneMatthew Broderick in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986), directed by John Hughes. In financial terms, Hughes’s greatest success was Home Alone (1990, directed by Chris Columbus), a film starring Macaulay Culkin as a child left to his own devices when his parents lose track of him on their way to a vacation in France.
Allison Reynolds (Ally Sheedy) embodies the Weirdo stereotype. She’s likely the most enigmatic character in the movie. When she’s dropped off, she turns to say goodbye to her father, but he just drives off. It helps foreshadow the point that she makes later, that she’s unhappy because her parents ignore her.