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There may not be a movie so demonstrative of its era than "The Breakfast Club." Of course, you can look to most John Hughes movies to help define what the 80s were all about for angsty, emotional teenagers, but it's damn near impossible to name another movie -- even in the Hughes canon -- that so precisely details the trials and tribulations of the classic, all-American high school hierarchy.
Although the idea of five kids serving detention on a Saturday may not seem like anything special on paper, John Hughes made it a deeply touching, unforgettable classic.
But what if "The Breakfast Club" were made today? What if Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, Ally Sheedy, and the rest of the motley crue were high school students in the era of iPhones?
Needless to say, there would be Angry Birds, as illustrated in this comic strip from Funri.