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gordongecko
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I just watched Sixteen Candles for the first time in quite awhile. Great movie! When we were watching, I said to my wife, "choose one, Breakfast Club or Sixteen Candles, as the only one you can watch going forward." She chose Sixteen Candles. I chose Breakfast Club. I see things like this on Twitter all the time, so thought I'd bring it to the Rewind. So if you could only pick one, which movie would it be? You have to make a decision too! Not legal to say both!
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I'd say Sixteen Candles. It's less serious. A good '80s quality I like.
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Breakfast Club out of those two. But Weird Science over both.
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16 Candles. I have never seen The Breakfast Club and I have no desire to see it. 😂.
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Devolution here,

Sixteen Candles... it’s not close.

We are DEVO

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Breakfast Club... it's not close [Razz]
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Molly Ringwald is the only connection, but they are two very different films.

As a preference? Yeah, The Breakfast Club.
Sixteen Candles had some memorable moments. I liked the character 'Long Duk Dong', Gedde Watanabe played him well.

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