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The Riot Club: Why It's Dark But Enticing

Have you seen The Riot Club already? It’s this play-turned-movie that featured College boys making the most out of their youth by eating lavishly and drinking to extent. 600 more words


Capsule Cinema: The Riot Club (Scherfig, 2014)

Kay reviews films in 100 words or less.

The progression was predictable. Intelligent, young, wealthy men, part of a centuries-old dining club committed to “debauchery raised to an art form,” let loose in a pub where the libations flowed freely and so did their warped privilege. 62 more words


Woman In Gold

Starring: Helen Mirren, Ryan Reynolds, Daniel Bruhl, Tatiana Maslany, Katie Holmes, Max Irons, Charles Dance, Frances Fisher, Elizabeth McGovern, Allan Corduner
Directed By: Simon Curtis…
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Movie Review

DVD review: 'The Riot Club' is an upper class horror movie

The Riot Club is out on DVD now via. Madman Films. Available at JB HiFi and other home entertainment retailers. 

Lone Scherfig dabbled in class system commentary in her 2009 US break through  337 more words


'The Riot Club' Review

Less of a riot, more of a kerfuffle.

With riots in the news so much, this might seem a timely film. However, it has little time for normal people and instead focuses on Oxford University’s elite Riot Club. 222 more words

THE RIOT CLUB (2014): Sam Claflin, Great At Being Despicable

At first, the young men of The Riot Club don’t appear too dissimilar to any gathering of adult students enjoying the freedoms synonymous with university life. 132 more words


Woman in Gold Review

During World War II the Nazis stole art from almost everyone, a now famous painting called Woman in Gold was among one of the pieces stolen. 223 more words