BRATS DVD The Brat Pack (2024 Documentary) Featuring: Andrew McCarthy, Rob Lowe, Emilio Estevez, Demi Moore and Ally Sheedy)


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1. BRATS Official Trailer

2. BRATS (2024 Documentary): Brats is a 2024 documentary film, directed by Andrew McCarthy. It explores the Brat Pack, a group of young actors who frequently appeared together in coming-of-age films, and the impact on their lives and careers through insightful and sometimes heartfelt casual interviews at Andrew conducts over the space of one year as he for the first time in over 30 years sit down with his fellow actors from various films that he worked on most notably “Saint Elmo’s Fire”. Emilio Estevez, Ally Sheedy, Timothy Hutton, Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, Lea Thompson and Jon Cryer appear in the film, as do Lauren Shuler Donner (producer), Howard Deutch (writer and director), and David Blum. It is interesting to note that however actors Molly Ringwald and Judd Nelson declined to be interviewed for the film.

It had its world premiere at Tribeca Festival on June 7, 2024, and was released on June 13, 2024.

Cast: Emilio Estevez, Andrew McCarthy, Ally Sheedy, Demi Moore, Rob Lowe, Timothy Hutton, Lea Thompson, Jon Cryer, David Blum, Lauren Shuler Donner, Howard Deutch (Producer), Bret Easton Ellis (Author, Less Than Zero), Kate Erbland (Film Critic), Malcolm Gladwell (Author), Susannah Gora (Author), Marci Liroff, Ira Madison III, Michael Oates Palmer, Loree Rodkin

Rest of cast listed alphabetically: John Hughes (archive footage), Judd Nelson (archive footage), Molly Ringwald (archive footage), Joel Schumacher (archive footage), Kevin Bacon (archive footage), Matthew Broderick (archive footage), Nicolas Cage (archive footage), Johnny Carson (archive footage), Dick Cavett (archive footage), Tom Cruise (archive footage) Joan Cusack (archive footage), John Cusack (archive footage), Sammy Davis (archive footage), Matt Dillon (archive footage), Phil Donahue (archive footage), Robert Downey Jr. (archive footage), Michael J. Fox Michael J. Fox (archive footage) Jami Gertz (archive footage), Jennifer Grey (archive footage), Bryant Gumbel (archive footage), Anthony Michael Hall (archive footage), Arsenio Hall (archive footage), C. Thomas Howell (archive footage), David Letterman (archive footage), Mary Stuart Masterson (archive footage),  Conan O’Brien (archive footage), Jane Pauley (archive footage), Sean Penn (archive footage), Charlie Rose (archive footage), Richard Schickel (Film Critic archive footage), Gene Shalit (Film Critic archive footage), Charlie Sheen (archive footage), James Spader (archive footage), Kiefer Sutherland (archive footage), Patrick Swayze Patrick Swayze (archive footage)


3. Good Morning America 06/10/24: Actor and director Andrew McCarthy discusses his new documentary, “Brats,” about the group of young actors who helped shape a generation and how the term “Brat Pack” made a profound impact on the young stars’ lives.

4. Nightline 06/11/24: In-depth interview with Andrew McCarthy discussing the reuniting of the original ‘Brat Pack’ for this new documentary

5. The View 06/12/24: Andrew McCarthy reflected on the Brat Pack era, making an off-handed comment about his aging days. Unfortunately, it invoked an awkward reaction from The View’s Whoopi Goldberg. The actor discussed his latest project, Brats, which explores the culture phenomenon of the Brat Pack — a group of actors bound together by the media in the 80s. While reflecting on a different era, he also explained how his age brought a new perspective to his work. Andrew said: “Well, I thought it would be good to do while we were still ambulatory. In that vain, I turned 60 last year and when you get old, and 60 is the beginning of old, you start to—” The off-handed comment backfired as the camera panned to Whoopi who was pulling a strained expression. While the actress is 68, her co-panelist jumped with an attempt to save the day. “Well, you’re not 60, yet,” Joy Behar joked to her friend. To further gloss over the tension, she added: “I think a half century does it, too.” The group moved on from the comment relatively quickly, allowing Andrew to finish explaining his point. He added: “My relationship with my past started to change. I looked back with more affection and things. The interesting part about the Brat Pack to me is I hated it at first and now I’ve come to realize it’s probably the biggest professional blessing of my life and how did my viewpoint on that change over the years… so I was interested in exploring that.”

Total Running Time Both Film and ALL Bonus Material 2 Hours

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