The Breakfast Club (1985) - Dir. John Hughes was best known as the King of Teen Comedy. His trilogy, Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, are all bonafide classics. Even though I am a child of the seventies, I have a soft spot for 80s movies. These were good films. He died young. http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2010/03/john-hughes-201003
Ch.28: Scout and Jem are on their way to the pageant and Cecil Jacobs jumpscares them. Scout sleeps and forgets her cue and totally embrasses Mrs.Merriweather. After the pageant is done they head home. Jem hears something. They are attacked out of nowhere and brakes Jem's arm and tries to go for Scout but is stopped by another man. This man carries Jem to the Finch household. Mr. Tate tells Atticus that the attacker was Mr.Ewell and that he is dead with a kitchen knife between his ribs.