Written and directed by legendary filmmaker George Lucas in 1973, American Graffiti paints a vivid picture of 1960s nostalgia and the mischief that a group of friends gets into on their last night together before going away to college. A story chock-full of classic diners, street-racing, Beach Boys Music, and teenage angst, Lucas drew inspiration from […]Read More American Graffiti: George Lucas Before Star Wars
John Hughes had a knack for connecting with teenage audiences in his films, and in turn, viewers of all ages. Every grown adult was a teenager once, so they can relate to Hughes’ storylines revolving around the daily struggles of this period in a person’s life. Hughes’ film The Breakfast Club is one of his […]Read More The Breakfast Club: Ingenious, or Just Plain Weird?