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The Riot Club

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Charming Miles Richard and chip on his shoulder Alistair Ryle arrive at Oxford to study history. The pair soon catch the eye of The Riot Club, a centuries-old secret society dedicated to dining, drinking an debauchery. It’s lucrative hedonism at its very finest and most extreme, and Miles and Alistair are having the time of their lives – right until the moment one fancy pub dinner escalates into a night of drugs, sex, and violence. Carnage and tragedy ensue.  
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Movie Habit
At an exclusive Oxford club, privilege and cruelty have become second nature
June 24, 2015
Los Angeles Times
Although the performances are uniformly on point and the dialogue is tartly British, the film ultimately fails to earn its riotous stripes.
April 09, 2015
Toronto Star
The Riot Club comes with the dubious ambition of instructing us as to the evil ways of spoiled British toffs, as if that were needed.
March 26, 2015
PopMatters
[A] lack of subtlety throws the film into a spiral of excess that knocks over any chance at intelligent commentary as it plows forward, drunk on its own narrative.
October 07, 2015
San Diego Reader
Who's up for a little blunt-force social commentary about the haves and have-nots, set in the rarefied clime of Oxford University?
April 15, 2015
RogerEbert.com
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.
March 27, 2015