The Brat Pack's Back in Town: The Cast of St. Elmo's Fire Then and Now

Stop rocking back and forth, close the window, and get ready to celebrate, because St. Elmo’s Fire is turning 30.

This ’80s tale of big hair and even bigger melodrama is three decades old on June 28. If that doesn’t make you feel old, Demi Moore’s style choices in the movie surely will.

Aside from teaching viewers about obscure weather phenomena, St. Elmo’s Fire was also the first film to advertise The Brat Pack as “The Brat Pack”.

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For those who saw it in theaters, it offered a snapshot of a specific type of ’80s culture. For the generations who grew up with it on VHS, it became a favorite alongside the likes of The Breakfast Club. And this week (official U.S. release date June 28, 1985), St. Elmo’s Fire turns 30.

Initial Draft of The Breakfast Club Is Found in a High School Filing Cabinet

The brain, the athlete, the basket case, the princess and the criminal – on paper for the very first time.

A first draft of The Breakfast Club was just discovered in a filing cabinet inside an Illinois high school – in the same school district where it was filmed – more than 30 years after the movie came out.

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Don't You Forget About Me: The Brat Pack Then and Now

Samantha Baker’s family may have forgotten her landmark birthday, but Brat Pack fanatics have no trouble remembering Sixteen Candles.

On May 4, 2014, the iconic John Hughes high school movie turns 30 years old. A film about the emotional annoyances and social snafus that come with being a teen, Sixteen Candles is still relatable today. Or, at the very least, ladies continue to wonder, “What happened to dreamboat Jake Ryan?

PHOTO: Breakfast Club Stars Reunite!

A brain, a princess, a basket case and a criminal – all back together again.

Anthony Michael Hall, Molly Ringwald, Ally Sheedy and Judd Nelson – four of the five Brat Pack stars who rocketed to fame in John Hughes’s seminal high-school drama The Breakfast Club – reunited in New York City Monday night for a Film Society of Lincoln Center and New Wave hosted screening of the film to celebrate its 25th anniversary.

The only missing face: the athlete (Emilio Estevez).