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Mar 27, 2015 · It’s a thinness of character that feels about as superficial as any of the Riot Club member’s choices. And too much of the behavior, especially in the first hour, is portrayed as glamourous. These are beautiful people doing outrageous things and the turn toward real darkness in the final act feels manipulative more than organic.
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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- Catherine Shoard
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 ...
The Riot Club = Angry Privileged Club. The film portrays such realistic behavioral elements, so much so that it is truly unsettling to watch when it escalates. The real day modern Oxford may not be this way, but it certainly exists elsewhere. This movie is good as a real life horror film
- Lone Scherfig
- Douglas Booth
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.
- Stephen Holden
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Sep 19, 2014 · The film builds towards its biggest culture clash, as the ten besuited members of The Riot Club turn up in an out-of-the-way pub for their ‘dinner’. Here, the stage origins of the material shine...
Sep 18, 2014 · The Riot Club, film review: Vicious social satire is an education in moneyed amorality (15) Dir. Lone Scherfig; Starring Natalie Dormer, Max Irons, 107mins
- Laurence Phelan
The trouble with ‘The Riot Club’ is that dramatically it never quite comes together. The shift into darker territory later, escalating in the early hours into a frenzy of violence, feels ...
- Lone Scherfig