History Creator / BratPack

14th Apr '16 5:13:08 AM Kitchen90
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* Film/AboutLastNight
* Film/BlueCity
* Film/TheBreakfastClub
* Film/{{Class}}
* Film/FreshHorses
* Film/OxfordBlues
* Film/PrettyInPink
* Film/StElmosFire
* Film/SixteenCandles
* Film/TheOutsiders
* Film/WeirdScience
* Film/{{Wisdom}}

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* Film/AboutLastNight
''Film/AboutLastNight''
* Film/BlueCity
''Film/BlueCity''
* Film/TheBreakfastClub
''Film/TheBreakfastClub''
* Film/{{Class}}
''Film/{{Class}}''
* Film/FreshHorses
''Film/FreshHorses''
* Film/OxfordBlues
''Film/OxfordBlues''
* Film/PrettyInPink
''Film/PrettyInPink''
* Film/StElmosFire
''Film/StElmosFire''
* Film/SixteenCandles
''Film/SixteenCandles''
* Film/TheOutsiders
''Film/TheOutsiders''
* Film/WeirdScience
''Film/WeirdScience''
* Film/{{Wisdom}}''Film/{{Wisdom}}''



* ProductionPosse: The trope that led to the birth of the Brat Pack (as well as all future "Packs").

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* ProductionPosse: [[invoked]] The trope that led to the birth of the Brat Pack (as well as all future "Packs").



* UnnecessaryMakeover: A couple of the movies (though not all by far) feature one of these, such as Allison in ''The Breakfast Club'' and Ducky in ''Pretty In Pink'' (although the later is clearly meant to be temporary).
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* UnnecessaryMakeover: [[invoked]] A couple of the movies (though not all by far) feature one of these, such as Allison in ''The Breakfast Club'' and Ducky in ''Pretty In Pink'' (although the later is clearly meant to be temporary).
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24th Nov '15 1:58:11 AM Morgenthaler
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* TheBreakfastClub

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* TheBreakfastClubFilm/TheBreakfastClub



* StElmosFire
* SixteenCandles

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* StElmosFire
Film/StElmosFire
* SixteenCandlesFilm/SixteenCandles



* [[Film/WeirdScience Weird Science]]

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* [[Film/WeirdScience Weird Science]]Film/WeirdScience
6th Nov '15 4:49:54 PM nombretomado
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TheEighties answer to the RatPack, consisting of the most popular teen movie actors of the day. The main members of the group included Creator/MollyRingwald, Creator/DemiMoore, Creator/JuddNelson, Emilio Estevez, Ally Sheedy, Andrew [=McCarthy=], Anthony Michael Hall and Rob Lowe. Virtually synonymous with the '80s films of Creator/JohnHughes.

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TheEighties answer to the RatPack, Creator/RatPack, consisting of the most popular teen movie actors of the day. The main members of the group included Creator/MollyRingwald, Creator/DemiMoore, Creator/JuddNelson, Emilio Estevez, Ally Sheedy, Andrew [=McCarthy=], Anthony Michael Hall and Rob Lowe. Virtually synonymous with the '80s films of Creator/JohnHughes.



Act as a SpiritualSuccessor to the '60s RatPack, and have their own Spiritual Successors today in the FratPack.

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Act as a SpiritualSuccessor to the '60s RatPack, Creator/RatPack, and have their own Spiritual Successors today in the FratPack.



* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: According to Rob Lowe, MichaelJFox used to complain to him about not being considered a member (although Lowe is pretty sure he was joking).

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* AllOfTheOtherReindeer: According to Rob Lowe, MichaelJFox Creator/MichaelJFox used to complain to him about not being considered a member (although Lowe is pretty sure he was joking).



* HighSchool: The setting for nearly every BratPack film; the only notable exceptions are ''St. Elmo's Fire'' and ''AboutLastNight''.

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* HighSchool: The setting for nearly every BratPack film; the only notable exceptions are ''St. Elmo's Fire'' ''Film/StElmosFire'' and ''AboutLastNight''.''Film/AboutLastNight''.



* UnnecessaryMakeover: A couple of the movies (though not all by far) feature one of these, such as Allison in ''The Breakfast Club'' and Ducky in ''Pretty In Pink'' (although the later is clearly meant to be temporary).

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* UnnecessaryMakeover: A couple of the movies (though not all by far) feature one of these, such as Allison in ''The Breakfast Club'' and Ducky in ''Pretty In Pink'' (although the later is clearly meant to be temporary).temporary).
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1st Oct '15 5:01:19 PM nombretomado
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* TheOutsiders

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* TheOutsidersFilm/TheOutsiders
18th Mar '15 2:50:21 PM CaptainCrawdad
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[[caption-width-right:250:The magazine cover that first coined the term.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:250:The magazine cover that first coined the term.]]]]
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16th Mar '15 3:55:35 PM StFan
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[[quoteright:250:[[Magazine/NewYork http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Brat_Pack_cover-250_5480.jpg]]

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[[quoteright:250:[[Magazine/NewYork http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Brat_Pack_cover-250_5480.jpg]]jpg]]]]
16th Mar '15 3:52:32 PM StFan
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[[caption-width-right:250:The magazine cover that first coined the term]]

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4th Jan '15 6:38:20 PM nombretomado
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TheEighties answer to the RatPack, consisting of the most popular teen movie actors of the day. The main members of the group included MollyRingwald, Creator/DemiMoore, Creator/JuddNelson, Emilio Estevez, Ally Sheedy, Andrew [=McCarthy=], Anthony Michael Hall and Rob Lowe. Virtually synonymous with the '80s films of Creator/JohnHughes.

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TheEighties answer to the RatPack, consisting of the most popular teen movie actors of the day. The main members of the group included MollyRingwald, Creator/MollyRingwald, Creator/DemiMoore, Creator/JuddNelson, Emilio Estevez, Ally Sheedy, Andrew [=McCarthy=], Anthony Michael Hall and Rob Lowe. Virtually synonymous with the '80s films of Creator/JohnHughes.
1st Sep '14 1:37:15 PM Illyas
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* AdultsAreUseless: Adults will generally have either a minor role, or act as {{ObstructiveBureaucrat}}s.

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* AdultsAreUseless: Adults will generally have either a minor role, or act as {{ObstructiveBureaucrat}}s.{{Obstructive Bureaucrat}}s.
15th Aug '14 8:28:02 AM Morgenthaler
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TheEighties answer to the RatPack, consisting of the most popular teen movie actors of the day. The main members of the group included MollyRingwald, Creator/DemiMoore, JuddNelson, Emilio Estevez, Ally Sheedy, Andrew [=McCarthy=], Anthony Michael Hall and Rob Lowe. Virtually synonymous with the '80s films of Creator/JohnHughes.

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TheEighties answer to the RatPack, consisting of the most popular teen movie actors of the day. The main members of the group included MollyRingwald, Creator/DemiMoore, JuddNelson, Creator/JuddNelson, Emilio Estevez, Ally Sheedy, Andrew [=McCarthy=], Anthony Michael Hall and Rob Lowe. Virtually synonymous with the '80s films of Creator/JohnHughes.



->The term, a play on the Rat Pack from the 1950s and 1960s, was first popularized in a 1985 New York magazine cover story, which described a group of roughly interchangeable, but already highly successful and rich teen stars. The group has been characterized by the excessive partying of core members such as RobLowe, Creator/RobertDowneyJr, JuddNelson and EmilioEstevez, while their films have been described as representative of "the socially apathetic, cynical, money-possessed and ideologically barren eighties generation." The movies made frequent use of adolescent archetypes, were often set in the suburbs surrounding Chicago, and focused on white, middle-class teenage angst.

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->The term, a play on the Rat Pack from the 1950s and 1960s, was first popularized in a 1985 New York magazine cover story, which described a group of roughly interchangeable, but already highly successful and rich teen stars. The group has been characterized by the excessive partying of core members such as RobLowe, Creator/RobLowe, Creator/RobertDowneyJr, JuddNelson Creator/JuddNelson and EmilioEstevez, Creator/EmilioEstevez, while their films have been described as representative of "the socially apathetic, cynical, money-possessed and ideologically barren eighties generation." The movies made frequent use of adolescent archetypes, were often set in the suburbs surrounding Chicago, and focused on white, middle-class teenage angst.
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