The brain, the athlete, the basket case, the princess, and the criminal — these are the beloved archetypes of The Breakfast Club, an iconic John Hughes film that defined the American adolescent experience in the 1980s. It dealt thoughtfully with themes like alienation, family dysfunction and abuse, peer pressure, and societal expectation, showing just how difficult the high school experience could be. And unlike other teen movies, even being the prom queen or star athlete couldn’t save you from the perils of growing up in America.
But a lot has changed since 1985, so if you haven’t watched the movie since then you’re going to notice a whole lot that you might have missed at the time. Here are things you only notice about The Breakfast Club as an adult.