The Riot Club (2014)

R   |    |  Drama, Thriller

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Two first-year students at Oxford University join the infamous Riot Club, where reputations can be made or destroyed over the course of a single evening.




  • Sam Claflin at an event for The Riot Club (2014)
  • Sam Claflin at an event for The Riot Club (2014)
  • Holliday Grainger and Max Irons in The Riot Club (2014)
  • Natalie Dormer and Douglas Booth in The Riot Club (2014)
  • Douglas Booth in The Riot Club (2014)
  • Douglas Booth at an event for The Riot Club (2014)

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16 July 2015 | troyputland
| An infuriating watch.
It's hard to distinguish what's fact and what's fiction in The Riot Club. On one side secret societies will always have their debauchery and initiations, so a level of trouble-making's to be expected. On the other, TRC exaggerates the misbehavior of a notorious Oxford University group. It's a not so fine line between the two. One single dinner event escalates out of control, subjecting the divide between the rich and the working class. The Riot Club's an infuriating watch, with the majority of the club's members basking in their 'importance', looking down on those they believe to be beneath them. The performances are solid, especially from the club's newest members (Sam Claflin and Max Irons), but two thirds of this film is spent focusing on their petty squabbles than relatable facets.

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