A character analysis of allison reynolds from the film the breakfast club
Andrew and Brian ask her if she always carries that amount of stuff and she says yes because she might not know when she needs a break, that she could run away to the ocean or the mountain, Africa, Afghanistan.
When the door is closed, Allison passes the time first by wrapping a string around her index finger, to make the tip purple. I don't need a million dollars to do it either This paper will compare the struggles faced by the characters and the effects of social inequality on their lives I'm just different, pure and simple, and if that makes me a basket case, well, that's your stupid problem.
When all of them first begin running, she stays standing, only to follow them after they go in the other direction. I'm going to be huge, do something really amazing once I blow out of this stupid town. People are so stupid, especially in small towns like mine.
Allison reynolds family life
I'm not really any of these things. Yesterday I went to Saturday detention. Allison also defends Claire when Bender mocks her, saying how he promised he wouldn't laugh. Her and Bender are then onto of a desk, moving in the same direction while sliding with their feet. Allison answers Brian's question when he asks Andy if he knows what his middle name is. Brian says he guesses Allison and him are just better people than them. Allison cares. I really did. She notices the others staring, but ignores them. That's just so shallow, and I'm more than that. I've done just about everything there is except a few things that are illegal Allison is tossing her hands like the backstroke at one point while dancing. She then proceeds to place cereal on the sandwich, pounding it in.
Physical appearance Edit Allison stands at 5'5, and has a quite slim figure. The startup capital was limiting to the founders, as the inaugural restaurant covered a meagre 60 square meters with only six tables and basic seafood dishes like hake, calamari, kingklip and prawns He continues to stand there, watching her, slightly pulling on her as she backs away to her car, still watching him.
Andrew clark the breakfast club
Allison asks if that's a good or bad thing, and Andy responds with 'Good'. A loner because in her view if her parents don't want her to exist, how can anybody else want her? In a much softer, kinder tone, Andy then asks what's wrong. Essays may be lightly modified for readability or to protect the anonymity of contributors, but we do not edit essay examples prior to publication. When everyone was eating lunch the camera focused on each persons lunch, which seemed to fit their personality and stereotype. My Dad just mentioned that it might make him late for his flight, but he volunteered to drop me off. Alison then laughs in a mocking manner as her first words of dialogue. But many of them do so for wrong reason. I know it's corny but it makes me feel like someday I'll escape my parent's house, I'll escape high school and I'll be someplace far away, free, successful and happy, just being me: Anyway, yesterday in detention was kind of fun.
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