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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 6, 2014 · It's not claustrophobic, as the play purposefully was, but dreamy of spire and airy of visuals. Ultimately, though, it's the very act of granting the play the big-screen treatment which most...
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Sep 19, 2014 · The Riot Club, with its refusal to compromise in its exploration of humanity’s less pleasant side, feels not dissimilar in tone to some of the earlier work of Neil LaBute. You don’t ...
The Riot Club is a welcome attempt to rail against aristocratic entitlement and makes for a compelling watch; it's just a shame that the message is drowned in the bacchanal. April 3, 2019 |...
Mar 27, 2015 · 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 The Riot Club = Angry Privileged Club. The film portrays ...
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