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Mar 27, 2015 · Spoiled rich people have been awful for centuries and our theatre, literature, and film has been reminding us of this fact with regularity. To this pile of moralizing fiction about the soulless elite, we can now add Lone Scherfig ’s “The Riot Club,” adapted from the play “Posh” by Laura Wade by the author herself.
The riot club is the first movie that I went to see this year and it did not disappoint. The movie started off like a British comedy and I immediately felt ripped off because it wasn't the movie I expected to see. I don't know what exactly I was expecting but I can tell you that I did not except to feel so strongly about it.
The Riot Club is less a free-for-all-brawl than a somewhat grating kerfuffle. Sherfig who won us over with An Education lost her way a bit here, no doubt because Wade couldn't transform her own ...
Sep 06, 2014 · The Riot Club Acceptance to Oxford, says Miles, is "like being invited to 100 parties all at once". The Riot Club hands its audience a ticket, as well as a free pass to pour scorn over proceedings....
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Mar 27, 2015 · Review: In ‘The Riot Club,’ an Elite British Dining Club Excels in Debauchery The director discusses her drama “The Riot Club,” about a secret, misbehaving group of Oxford students.
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The Riot Club may not be subtle, but it makes its points with power, using dark humor and a talented cast to offer a scathing indictment of unearned privilege.
Sep 19, 2014 · If you were wondering where all the nasty, unsympathetic, horrible movie characters had gone this year, then as it turns out, they’re all in The Riot Club. Just imagine Harry Potter, but without...
Sep 29, 2014 · The Riot Club September 29, 2014 By Jonny Smith 1 Comment “I’m sick to death of poor people!” the repugnant Alistair Ryle (Sam Claflin) roars to his comrades atop the opulent dinner table, sloshing his wine carelessly out of its vessel in the process. This loaded, incendiary harangue epitomises the deplorable attitude of The Riot Club.