The Breakfast Club (John Hughes, 1985)

No sex for the nerd (spoiler notice)

Are you a jock, a geek, a doll, a weirdo or an outcast? The Breakfast Club is a film about children growing up. About class – not just classrooms, but class warfare on the school ground and beyond. It opens with the lyrics to Bowie's 'Changes' and it stands as an 80s anthem for teenage kids around the world. But, surprisingly, underneath the veneer of accepting each other's differences, this John Hughes classic hides a warped message that all but negates its theme.