The Lessons We All Learned From 80’s Classic Movies
Those who were born in the 90’s will know about the pop culture. Many of the 90’s children were a huge fan of Ferris Bueller’s Day off. So, what did we all learn from this 80’s classic movie?
Let’s find out.
1. Faking an illness could lead to the best day of your life:
Ferris Bueller’s Day off teaches us that it’s okay to fake an illness and take a day off. There are times when you skips school to go and sit with your boyfriend on his couch thinking that you are going to have to best day of your life.
2. Never judge your peers:
The Breakfast Club mainly focuses on a bunch of teenagers in detention who are all from different social backgrounds. You see them acting as a group but by the end of the movie you realize that each character reveals something deep about themselves and they form a bond.
3. Women can be badass too:
Anybody who has watch Marion in Raiders Of the Lost Art will agree that Marion is truly the most badass woman ever seen. Marion’s character is so cool that it just makes you wish that they made a tv show series with her.
4. Belief will get you far:
Dancing freely teaches us that to perform a perfect dance you have to trust and believe each other. It tells us that it’s okay to trust someone and that you shouldn’t be paying any attention to Jealousy and accusation. It teaches us to believe in Romance.
5. You can start again:
The Never-ending Story is the most mind-bending movie you can get for a child. Even though there are devastating parts and a dissatisfying ending, it ends with hope and with possibility. The title itself teaches that we can start all over again.
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