bratpack

bratpack

(ˈbrætˌpæk)
n
1. (Art Movements) a group of precocious and successful young actors, writers, etc
2. a group of ill-mannered young people
ˈbratˌpacker n
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It's available only at Bratpack stores and only 200 backpacks are available.
And the deliberate nods to John Hughes' bratpack films of the 1980s, and strong roles for grown-ups Patricia Clarkson, Lisa Kudrow and Thomas Haden Church, mean it's definitely not just for kids.
Even Michael Vaughan came from nowhere a little bit as captain and Nasser Hussain was always looked upon as of one of the bratpack when he was playing and maybe not captaincy material.
The closing sequence, in typical Bal fashion, saw the designer break into a jig with his bratpack of models wherein the dandy men marched in just their bare essentials.
25pm TRANSPORT yourself back to the Eighties when bratpack films like this were churned out at a rate of knots keeping teenage girls everywhere happy.
Look at how petty, vain, and self-indulgent the gods in Homer are--worse than a Hollywood bratpack.
It would be the perfect soundtrack to a dodgy '80s bratpack film.
Ocean's Eleven, Steven Soderberg's knowing remake of the '60s Sinatra bratpack movie about a Las Vegas casino heist features a brief detour in Atlantic City (my final destination).
You can easily get into that bratpack scene," Quinn, 35, says, shivering in his football shorts after training.
The pair met when they were leaders of the bratpack at New York's "Fame" stage school.