Ah, those Breakfast Club kids. So adorable when they were in the Brat Pack, and then--huh? Wait? Hey! Where'd they go? Or, perhaps, more accurately: Where'd their careers go? Who knows? Who cares? Let's remember when they were at the top of their game, and celebrate the last good films they made before disappearing forever.

Molly Ringwald:

Pretty In Pink (1986)--It's cheating to name a Brat Pack movie as Ringwald's career swan song, but the facts are undisputable: After Pretty in Pink, Ringwald's cultural memory--and livelihood--were frozen in amber. But make no mistake: this film is hot. White hot.

Anthony Michael Hall:

Edward Scissorhands (1990)--After being typecast as "The Geek" for his entire youth, Hall made a surprise turnaround as "The Jock" in Tim Burton's Edward Scissorhands. Little Anthony finally got his turn to be the manipulative, tough, asshole jerk he always dreamed of being.

Judd Nelson:

Transformers: The Movie (1986)--It may seem sad that Nelson's last good movie was a kids cartoon about talking robots, but it is. Luckily, he played the hero "Hot Rod," who magically transformed into "Rodimus Prime" because he had "the touch." Awesome.

Ally Sheedy:

Short Circuit (1986)--Robots are good, and Number 5 was gooder than most. After all, he was trained to be a vicious killer for the military, but a bolt of lightning turned him peaceful. And with the help of Ally Sheedy (and Steve Guttenberg), Number 5 became a robot who learned to love--giving me hope that I too might someday learn to love as well.

Emilio Estevez:

Young Guns II (1990)--While Emilio did have the most career longevity of all the Breakfast Club stars, it really waned after Young Guns II. Sure, Judgment Night had a great soundtrack (Helmet and House of Pain?!), but YGII broke the cliché of sequels being much worse than their predecessors. MANU BERELLI