Jon Cryer: (on why he thinks John Hughes' movies have endured) John had a real need to believe in teenage icons and create teenage iconography - that's what he was doing with Breakfast Club. I think he was really tortured in his high school, and [movies] were a way of him psychologically coming to terms with his youth and sort of reordering it in his mind as a storyteller. I think kids will always latch on to people saying, 'Your experience is important. What you're going through right now is not trivial. We care about it, and we're right there with ya.'