The Riot Club (Posh) (2015)
Critic Consensus: 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.
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as Harry Villiers
as Charlie - A
as Guy Bellingfield
as James Leighton-Masters
as Jeremy Villiers MP
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Critic Reviews for The Riot Club (Posh)
Who's up for a little blunt-force social commentary about the haves and have-nots, set in the rarefied clime of Oxford University?
Although the performances are uniformly on point and the dialogue is tartly British, the film ultimately fails to earn its riotous stripes.
It's a film that seems to have no further point than to remind us that some powerful jerks were once powerful jerk kids. Point taken, but it's not cinematically satisfying.
The Riot Club is, finally, a monster movie. Which I suppose is what some become who are too rich and powerful to be bothered with inhibitions or morality.
Audience Reviews for The Riot Club (Posh)
Until they go too far one evening, it's all very tame and silly. No rioting.
I found this very enjoyable to watch as a tale of how those of wealth and influence feel they can automatically get everything they desire without consequence.
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