This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I found myself wondering just how intentional Dope's ending had been.
In the end, a self-described nerd explains himself through a narrated essay. That ending mirrors closely the one in The Breakfast Club.
It works even better in Dope because we are allowed a more intimate look into the character's every day struggles.
The characters in The Breakfast Club each try to balance the pressures put on them, growing up, and feeling misunderstood by peers, teachers, and parents. But their…