Every adult can appreciate the significance of growing up and learning things along the way. Getting older is inevitable, but it is important to take it all in so you can learn from your mistakes and grow as a person. Throughout the years, there have been several films spanning across genres that have focused on growing up and coming of age. In fact, the great director John Hughes built a career showcasing the struggles and antics of young adults. Films like The Breakfast Club and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off showed us what it means to be a young adult in the 1980s. Although times have changed since then, the transition from child to adult is an extremely significant process that can be very enlightening.
The concept of coming of age makes for great cinema. Let’s look at how this idea was explored in the 2010s.Read MoreMovieWeb – Feed