The Breakfast Club: classic or dud?

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the most over-rated, agonizingly drawn out teen pile of crap ever, or an infinitely watchable '80's classic?

omally, Friday, 22 November 2002 03:35 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

it's fantastic. Judd Nelson! I saw this guy on the subway the other night, he looked like the unholy offspring of Judd Nelson and Prince.

Ally (mlescaut), Friday, 22 November 2002 03:37 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

i like it, ned hates it

there are other threads about this

i used to watch it several times in a row, some days

ron (ron), Friday, 22 November 2002 03:39 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

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THE BREAKFAST CLUB ROCKS!! I GOT A TATTO CUZ I LOVE IT!!

ron (ron), Friday, 22 November 2002 03:47 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Erm... Breakfast Club, whassisface, Judd Nelson? (or is that the bully from the Simpsons) getting into that monologue where he goes "No, dad, FLIP YOU!!!"

-- masonic boom (ktstclaire@hotmail.com), July 2nd, 2001.

kate pretends not to be into judd nelson!!! ;-)

ron (ron), Friday, 22 November 2002 03:50 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

EAT... MY.... SOCKS!!!!!!

Spencer Chow (spencermfi), Friday, 22 November 2002 03:52 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Judd Nelson is the sexiest man alive. Why does Ron have a Breakfast Club file?

Ally (mlescaut), Friday, 22 November 2002 03:57 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

i have an ile search

ron (ron), Friday, 22 November 2002 04:05 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

martin skidmore has a database

boxcubed (boxcubed), Friday, 22 November 2002 04:13 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

does he have a fuzzbox and is he afraid to use it

ron (ron), Friday, 22 November 2002 04:27 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I have a shirt that says: "The Breakfast Club"

A Nairn (moretap), Friday, 22 November 2002 06:02 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

i have come to penetrate yer ears

nathalie (nathalie), Friday, 22 November 2002 09:54 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

we have done this before, but i don't care it's still a classic :) esp. the pot smoking bit...

CarsmileSteve (CarsmileSteve), Friday, 22 November 2002 10:03 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Bender: I don't have it. Screws fall out all the time, the world's an imperfect place.

Bender: How come Andrew gets to get up? If he gets up, we'll all get up, IT'LL BE ANARCHY!

Bender: How does one become a janitor?
Carl: You want to be a janitor?
Bender: No, I just want to know how one becomes a janitor because Andrew here is very interested in persuing a career in the custodial arts.

Bender: A naked blonde walks into a bar with a poodle under one arm and a two foot salami under the other. She lays the poodle on the table. Bartender says, 'I suppose you won't be needing a drink.' Naked lady says-- "OOHHHH Shiit!!"
((Ruckus))
Vernon: Jesus Christ Almighty!
Bender: Forgot my pencil.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Alison: I'll do anything sexual and I don't need a million dollars to do it either.
Claire: You're lying.
Alison: I already have. I've done just about everything there is except a few things that are illegal. I'm a nymphomaniac.
Claire: Lie.
Brian: Are your parents aware of this?
Alison: The only person I told was my shrink.
Andrew: And what did he do when you told him?
Alison: He nailed me.
Claire: Very nice.
Alison: I don't think that from a legal standpoint what he did could be construde as rape since I paid him.
Claire: He's an adult!
Alison: Yeah, and he's married.
Claire: Ugh! Do you have any idea how completely gross that is?
Alison: Well the forst few times-
Claire: First few times? You mean you did it more than once?
Alison: Sure.
Claire: Are you crazy?
Brian: Obviously she's crazy if she's screwing a shrink.
Alison: Have you ever done it?
Claire: I don't even have a psychiatrist.
Alison: Have you ever done it with a normal person?
Claire: Didn't we already cover this?
Bender: You didn't answer the question.
lison: Its kind of a double-edged sword, isn't it?
Claire: A what?
Alison: Well, if you say you haven't you're a prude. If you say y ou have, you're a slut. Its a trap. You want to but you can't and when you do you wish you didn't, right?
Claire: Wrong.
Alison: Or are you a tease?
Andrew: She's a tease.
Claire: Why don't you just forget it.
Andrew: You're a tease and you know it. All girls are teases.
Bender: She's only a tease if what she does gets you hot.
Claire: I don't do anything.
Alison: Thats why you're a tease.

Alison: When you grow up, your heart dies.
Bender: Who cares.
Alison: I care.

Best film ever...

Dom Passantino (Dom Passantino), Friday, 22 November 2002 10:28 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Judd Nelson, Judd Nelson, Judd Nelson... I'm really scared. Are Ally and I turning into the same person? Is ILE having some weird mind control brainhive suck effect on us?

No! It and Grease are the greatest films ever made*! We even wrote a song called Bender after John Bender. We're too scared that we'll be sued if we try to use samples, though. I even had John Bender wallpaper before it was replaced by the glory that is Julian Casablancas' ass.

*That are not Performance, Barbarella, Blow Up, or Ken Russell's Gothic

kate, Friday, 22 November 2002 12:38 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Judd Nelson is such a greasy lover in that film. And about 30.

Oldest Teenagers In The World (cf Grease, Grease 2): C or D?

Liz :x (Liz :x), Friday, 22 November 2002 12:45 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Andrew Clark: That's real intelligent.
John Bender: You're right. It's wrong to destroy literature. It's such fun to read. And...
John Bender: Moe-Lay really pumps my nads.
Claire Standish: Moliere.

Chris V. (Chris V), Friday, 22 November 2002 12:56 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Julian Casablancas ASPIRES to be John Bender in the Breakfast Club. He's SO working that look. The first time I ever saw him, I thought "Gawd, the Bridge and Tunnel kids really aren't getting the irony thing, are they?"

kate, Friday, 22 November 2002 13:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Very timely. I just watched the film a few nights ago, and was in hysterics for most of it. My favourite moment is when Andrew smokes the joint and goes on his big parade around the library, topping it off with his primal scream that shatters glass. ;)

Andrew (enneff), Friday, 22 November 2002 13:05 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Primal scream shatters glass... hunh hunh hunh.

(You couldn't expect me not to comment on that, could you?)

kate, Friday, 22 November 2002 13:06 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Oh oh oh oh!

The bit where Brian and Bender are sitting directly opposite each other (at the start), and both of them simultaneously start to take off their jackets. The look at each other, and Brian feels pressured into leaving his jacket half-off while Bender removes his completely.

Andrew (enneff), Friday, 22 November 2002 13:08 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

There was a great article on John Hughes movies in the "Retro Hell" issue of Ben is Dead a while back, and it astutely pointed out why The Breakfast Club is insulting (I agree).

First off, I think the movie is very funny. But the ENDING. GOD. Two points:
1) They're all supposed to be friends and stuff toward the end, but then they stick the job of writing their essays on the GEEK. What's that all about? (And, the poor geek doesn't get to hook up with anyone. No justice.)
2) Ally Sheedy, who looked perfectly cute as the psycho girl, has to be "prettied up" with makeup and stuff by Molly to get the others to notice her. BLEH.

And a lesser point, who thinks that the relationship between Molly and Judd will last, oh, a week or less? *raises hand* It reminds me of As Good As It Gets, another flawed movie; it ends with a happy ending, but really, c'mon, Jack 'n' Helen aren't going to stay together.

Anyway, TBC: fun movie. They screwed up the end, though.

Ernest P. (ernestp), Friday, 22 November 2002 14:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Ally Sheedy, who looked perfectly cute as the psycho girl, has to be "prettied up" with makeup and stuff by Molly to get the others to notice her. BLEH.

Rick Moody wrote a whole article perving on Ally Sheedy's character in the Breakfast Club and ranting about how her makeover destroyed the film.

I'm really kind of indifferent to this movie, which is odd because most people I know either love it or loathe it.

Nicole (Nicole), Friday, 22 November 2002 14:13 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

We had another thread on this, I definitely remember, because the witches coven (the usual suspects, I think? Me, Suzy, Ally, Nicole, Mel, I'm guessing?) had a go at the goffgirl makeover.

Of COURSE Bender left the princess in the movie. The transience of teenage love was part of the point. I bet he pawned the diamond for drugs, as well. Only part of his appeal...

kate, Friday, 22 November 2002 14:18 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Its one of the great ideology vs ethics movies. The film is anti-authoritarian in the rebellion of the teens (as they are not adults this is where the power struggle is vested). WHen they do win out over the power struggle they grapple to make their own identity, which is to ape the values and ideals of the authority they have seemingly usurped. This is in a lot of ways the masterstroke of the movie - viewers can watch it not only as a satire on US society (hence the very broad brush strokes of the the archetypal characters) but a parody of "Movie Of The Week" style films where everyone learns a lesson.

And it has the stupidest excuse for a dance sequence evah!

Pete (Pete), Friday, 22 November 2002 14:26 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

ilx pumps my nads.

Chris V. (Chris V), Friday, 22 November 2002 14:39 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

for years I either saw only edited versions of the movie or just missed the dance part, so I never knew that the reason they were dancing was the pot! I'm not sure how much more stupid that made the dance scene seem, though.

Josh (Josh), Friday, 22 November 2002 14:41 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

What was the deal with that makeover? It made her look like a bad drag queen.

Ally (mlescaut), Friday, 22 November 2002 15:24 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

i know, she was super hot until they fucked her up with that headband. it's sort of realistic - lots of high school girls still don't have the most outstanding make-up skills

they were dancing because of the pot AND THE RAWK

ron (ron), Friday, 22 November 2002 15:31 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

and the nad pumping.

Chris V. (Chris V), Friday, 22 November 2002 15:51 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Let it be said that perhaps 90% of the reason why I hate this film is of course THE THEME SONG FROM HELL. But there's not much else positive to be said about it as well. I just remember being severely disinterested by this when it came out (when I was what, fourteen?).

Ned Raggett (Ned), Friday, 22 November 2002 15:53 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Ned hates fun.

The makeover section was funny precisely because of THE HEADBAND FROM HELL. Man, I loved that.

Dan Perry (Dan Perry), Friday, 22 November 2002 16:00 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Ned hates fun.

ARGH. No I don't, I hate this stupid phrase! Worst ILX meme of 2002.

Ned Raggett (Ned), Friday, 22 November 2002 16:15 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

viewers can watch it not only as a satire on US society (hence the very broad brush strokes of the the archetypal characters) but a parody of "Movie Of The Week" style films where everyone learns a lesson.

Hmmm. I can see how one might view it as a parody (due to the previously mentioned points), but it would be a big stretch to think that that was John Hughes's intention. That's what bothers me, and therefore I can't view it truly as a parody. The last shot is of Judd throwing his fist into the air, as if to declare victory...hooray, we broke down the barriers, I hooked up with a princess, blah blah. But really, they've accomplished little and learned little. I think the filmmakers really want the viewers to believe that it ends in triumph. If it was intended as a parody, then yes, that changes things. (I don't think John Hughes is that clever, though)

Ernest P. (ernestp), Friday, 22 November 2002 16:24 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

he was not 30 when he made that !!!
...was he ?

jesus i loved it at 18.
esp. the one long take in the scene where
they sit on the flaw and andrew talks about
taping larry lester (?)'s buns together.

quite why smoking pot makes windows shatter and people
smoking it scream tho i dont know.

all round classic-o.

it was cut to ribbons the first few times on uk tv,
even on moviedrome on bbc2.

love the fact also that in 84 a
rebellious n freaky girl
should be reading from the
1999 album cover to demonstrate
rebel freakiness.


piscesboy, Friday, 22 November 2002 16:44 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Hooray for a good movie (and a great theme song! um, 90% of why the movie's so good). I think it's universally believed that Ally Sheedy's makeover makes her look worse. She reminds me of Bjork before the makeover = clearly better

Vinnie (vprabhu), Friday, 22 November 2002 18:09 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Judd Nelson: born 28 November 1959. He was 26.

teeny (teeny), Friday, 22 November 2002 18:10 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I hate this stupid phrase!

PROVEN BY SCIENCE!

Dan Perry (Dan Perry), Friday, 22 November 2002 19:27 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Bah!

Ned Raggett (Ned), Friday, 22 November 2002 19:31 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

''Rick Moody wrote a whole article perving on Ally Sheedy's character in the Breakfast Club and ranting about how her makeover destroyed the film.''

hehe...that must've been a grate movie rev. was it sinker in disguise?

Julio Desouza (jdesouza), Saturday, 23 November 2002 14:03 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

"1) They're all supposed to be friends and stuff toward the end, but then they stick the job of writing their essays on the GEEK. What's that all about? (And, the poor geek doesn't get to hook up with anyone. No justice.)"

The geek is really excited about writing a great essay.

"who thinks that the relationship between Molly and Judd will last, oh, a week or less?"

Yeah, maybe, but the movie tagline is:
They only met once, but it changed their lives forever.

(the Bowie quote at the beginning is cool too)

A Nairn (moretap), Saturday, 23 November 2002 16:30 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

one of the funny things is how they're supposed to be so different, but they're all just suburban white american kids. i know it feels that way when yr in high school though

ron (ron), Saturday, 23 November 2002 17:05 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

It doesn't seem (to me) like the sort of movie I would like, or even that I would have gone to see, but I liked it. Haven't seen it for years, however.

Rockist Scientsist, Saturday, 23 November 2002 17:35 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I wrote an essay about TBC during my first year at uni. Needless to say, it was rubbish, but I think the gist of it was yes, the kids do rebel but only in a rather conformist way, and that they were encouraged to trangress (can't remember by who(m)) in a way that didn't actually endanger/challenge/alter anything. I think. Smoking 'pot' and dancing to bad records does not a rebel make, although looking up girls' skirts is pretty naughty and rather fun. See? I still haven't sorted my argument out....

Madeleine (Madeleine), Saturday, 23 November 2002 18:24 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Worst ILX meme of 2002.

Ned hates fun = fremma neppa venette

by science, of course.

J (Jay), Saturday, 23 November 2002 18:31 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Remind me not to thank you.

Ned Raggett (Ned), Saturday, 23 November 2002 21:18 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

i invented the hates fun meme

s trife (simon_tr), Saturday, 23 November 2002 21:30 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Yes, but did you invent THE REMIX?

Dan Perry (Dan Perry), Saturday, 23 November 2002 23:23 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

anthony michael hall !!!!!!

erik, Sunday, 24 November 2002 10:36 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

I'm not so good at reminders, but I'll try.

J (Jay), Sunday, 24 November 2002 16:51 (sixteen years ago) Permalink

Breakfast Club sucks crap froma dead dog's ass.

Sick Nouthall (Nick Southall), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 16:40 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Argh my EYES! Damn you Dave, damn you to HELL!

Ricardo (RickyT), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 16:49 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

It wasn't me Sir. I didn't start it. Nasty Ally did.

Dave B (daveb), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 16:50 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Technically it was Nicole who said "Cheetara"!

Allyzay, Wednesday, 25 February 2004 17:00 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Good spot. s'her fault Sir.

Dave B (daveb), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 17:01 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

That is seriously the saddest thing I've ever heard.

Ally, I kiss you.

Lion-O looks a lot like Stevem (pic of SHAME).

Barima (Barima), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:25 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Nice um... tights.

luna (luna.c), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:27 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

It's the hair, isn't it?

El Diablo Robotico (Nicole), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:29 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

"I wear the required uniform"
"Right. Tights."
"Shut up"

oops (Oops), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:31 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

The likeness is uncanny.

El Diablo Robotico (Nicole), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:31 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

The uncanny ilxor men.

El Diablo Robotico (Nicole), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:32 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

I fear the new thread this will produce.

Ned Raggett (Ned), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:32 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

If it produces a pinefox wolverine, I will be happy.

El Diablo Robotico (Nicole), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:33 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

"Pinefox Wolverine" sounds like some sort of exotic housepet.

El Diablo Robotico (Nicole), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:34 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

It does at that.

Pinerine? Wolverfox?

Ned Raggett (Ned), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:34 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

God, was Steve hepped up on goofballs that night?

Barima (Barima), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:37 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Totally, unreservedly, thoroughly and completely fucking classic.

And I liked it a lot.

luna (luna.c), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:39 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

BTW, I'm goin' with Wolverpine.

Barima (Barima), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:41 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Emilio's stoned yet aggressive dancing is always good for a laugh

oops (Oops), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:42 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

This thread is should evolve into Taking Sides: Hot Rod/Rodimus Prime vs Lion-O.

The Breakfast Club is classic, I have to mention.

Barima (Barima), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 18:59 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

'is'. Damn post-work brainstate.

Barima (Barima), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 19:00 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

Rodimus Prime.

jel -- (jel), Wednesday, 25 February 2004 19:36 (fourteen years ago) Permalink

three years pass...

For some reason I'd never seen this film before now, and I quite liked it, but what the fuck is up with the ending? For most of the film it tries to build a sort of a realistic picture of teenagers' problems, but in the end... love just solves everything? What about the rebel guy's dysfunctional home life? And the goth girl becomes happy just by putting on "normal" make up and kissing the jock guy, all of which happens almost totally out of blue? So everyone ends up happy, except maybe the geek guy, because in the end he still doesn't have anyone. Seriously, this felt like one of the most tacked-on happy endings ever. Pretty in Pink was kinda similar, a down-to-earth teen film with a forced happy ending for everyone. Is this a John Hughes trademark or something?

Tuomas, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 07:55 (eleven years ago) Permalink

First of, this is a movie, we're not looking for realism. Secondly I didn't think the ending was that farfetched. True it seemed a happy ending, and it was, but you/they all know that the next day they will all go back to what it was before (ignoring eachother and shit). It's like a great party but you know that the next day you'll sober and return to what it was. You never experienced that when you were a teenager? It's like a bubble and the next day it evaporates.

nathalie, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 08:45 (eleven years ago) Permalink

First of, this is a movie, we're not looking for realism.

You realize filmmakers can choose between different aesthetics? In this case they chose to make most of the film in down-key and non-romanticized way, which is why the upbeat, romantic ending feels out place. As for the next day, I'm not so sure about it. Of course the fact that the ending is relatively open lets the viewer decide what happens next day, but the way the last scenes are framed doesn't imply that everything will be the same, rather than that things will actually change. Also, regardless of what happens after ending, the sudden relationship between the goth girl and the jock felt tacked-on, and it was kinda sad that the film seemed to say the only way she can become happy is through conformity.

Tuomas, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 09:10 (eleven years ago) Permalink

nathalie OTM, i think. i see it not so much as "but in the end... love just solves everything" as "for a night, some teenage approximation of love can make it all so much better". you know it won't last; nothing ever can, not forever. but something has changed, in all of them, and that's what matters.

</cheese>

put it this way: i vastly prefer this happy ending to "it's a wonderful life", which enraged me enormously ... but i stand alone on that one, i think ;)

grimly fiendish, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 14:32 (eleven years ago) Permalink

(and yes, i know the happy ending is the whole POINT of IAWL, but i still think it sucks trite dick.)

grimly fiendish, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 14:33 (eleven years ago) Permalink

grimly, if IAWL didn't end like it does, anyone who'd sat thru the preceding 2 hours of "hi george bailey, for you life will be an endless accumulation of disappointments and shit" would surely elect to kill themselves!

stevie, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 14:35 (eleven years ago) Permalink

i dunno. i kinda thought HEY THIS FILM IS TELLING IT LIKE IT IS! and was then bitterly disappointed by all the happiness.

that said: this was many years ago, and i'm less of a miserable fuck these days. still ...

grimly fiendish, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 14:36 (eleven years ago) Permalink

LESS BREAKFAST CLUB, MORE CHEETARA HORRORSHOW

HI DERE, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 14:37 (eleven years ago) Permalink

I love this movie but also agree that the ending is ridiculous, or at least the Ally Sheedy - Emilio Estevez part is ridiculous.

Guayaquil (eephus!), Tuesday, 23 October 2007 14:42 (eleven years ago) Permalink

look all john hughes is saying is that the poor rebel really wants to be wanted by the rich princess and the freaky girl really wants to be wanted by the jock. everyone in high school wants to be rich and popular and pretty. the end.

sunny successor, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 14:47 (eleven years ago) Permalink

The sad thing is that it's almost true; everyone in high school wants to be rich and popular and pretty on their own terms.

HI DERE, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 14:49 (eleven years ago) Permalink

That is also true.

HI DERE, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 15:00 (eleven years ago) Permalink

all of which happens almost totally out of blue

According to imdb's front page today:

Universal trimmed nearly an hour off of this classic '80s teen movie, and its writer-director possesses the only complete, uncut version of the film.

So maybe a director's cut will explain what really happened.

nate woolls, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 15:16 (eleven years ago) Permalink

ie, poppage

HI DERE, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 15:19 (eleven years ago) Permalink

fuck no, i want another solid hour of fascist-teacher lollage

grimly fiendish, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 15:30 (eleven years ago) Permalink

I'd love to see a director's cut! I think for most part the interaction between the protagonists was quite interesting for a teen film, it was only the ending that I found kinda silly.

Tuomas, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 15:43 (eleven years ago) Permalink

I loved the monologues but they would have been better if they had all been delivered while the characters were dressed as Thundercats.

HI DERE, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 15:44 (eleven years ago) Permalink

What Molly Ringwald does to Ally Sheedy at the end is unforgivable. I wish Ally had stuck a piece of big fucking piece of dandruff in Molly's eye.

Alfred, Lord Sotosyn, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 15:47 (eleven years ago) Permalink

it would be awesome in this movie after they smoke pot Emilio Estivez wrestled with all of the Thundercats

Mr. Que, Tuesday, 23 October 2007 15:48 (eleven years ago) Permalink

oMIGOD THEY'RE THE SAME PERSON!

Tuomas, Wednesday, 24 October 2007 07:22 (eleven years ago) Permalink

I never knew he died! He was brilliant in Trading Places. That "fuck off" while he's on the phone is one of my favourite film moments ever.

nate woolls, Wednesday, 24 October 2007 07:28 (eleven years ago) Permalink

two years pass...

"why are you being so nice to me?"
"cause you're letting me"

cutest exchange ever

Mordy, Friday, 26 February 2010 07:22 (eight years ago) Permalink

seven years pass...

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