The Breakfast Club
It feels natural to see fake IDs in movies – after all, they’re already filled with actors pretending to be other people. These are five movies that have provided some memorable fake ID moments.
High school … is there another time in life more full of drama, angst and yes, comedy? Hollywood has not missed the fact that audiences love to watch movies about those golden years and, in the past five decades, hundreds of movies depicting high school life have hit the screens
Are you celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or any other gift-giving occasion this holiday season? Need some help choosing the perfect gift? Have no fear, Screen Invasion Gift Guides are here! As I am a lover of chick flicks, I’ve decided to put my vast collection of knowledge to good use and
Not since John Hughes’ 1985 classic The Breakfast Club has a movie captured the emotional struggle that is high school as strikingly and profoundly as The Perks of Being a Wallflower does. Not afraid to go ‘there’ (or anywhere, really), The Perks of Being a Wallflower is one of the most heart-wrenching and incredible teen coming
Dear Readers, Like Meg Ryan in You’ve Got Mail, I’m going to start this missive to you as if we are the dearest of friends and already in the middle of a conversation. (Ironically, I wrote the opening to this post weeks before Nora Ephron‘s premature demise (RIP Nora). But, as it