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The Host (2013)

“Choose your destiny”

Directed by Andrew Niccol
Produced by Stephenie Meyer, Nick Wechsler, Steve Schwartz, Paula Mae Schwartz
Screenplay by Andrew Niccol
Based on “The Host” by Stephenie Meyer… 1,042 more words

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The Riot Club film review

When I saw the trailer for The Riot Club, I thought, “Ooh pretty posh boys.” Shallow as it is, even if the film wasn’t that great, I was happy to have a bit of eye candy in the form of Sam Claflin (of Hunger Games fame), Max Irons (son of Jeremy) and Douglas Booth (most recent on-screen Romeo to fall for Juliet). 373 more words

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The Riot Club (2014)

D: Lone Scherfig / 107m

Cast: Sam Claflin, Max Irons, Douglas Booth, Holliday Grainger, Sam Reid, Ben Schnetzer, Freddie Fox, Olly Alexander, Matthew Beard, Jessica Brown Findlay, Jack Farthing, Michael Jibson, Natalie Dormer, Tom Hollander… 1,251 more words

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'The Riot Club' (Η Λέσχη της Κομψής Αλητείας) - [2,5/8]

Τα αβάσταχτα κακομαθημένα μέλη μιας κλειστής ελιτίστικης λέσχης φοιτητών στην Οξφόρδη, έρχονται αντιμέτωπα με τις σοβαρές επιπτώσεις των εξωφρενικών πράξεων τους.

Η Βρετανίδα θεατρική συγγραφέας Laura Wade διασκευάζει ένα θεατρικό έργο της σε κινηματογραφικό σενάριο, και το εμπιστεύεται στα χέρια της Δανέζας σκηνοθέτιδας Lone Scherfig, κι αντί εκείνη να μας δώσει κάτι σαν το απολαυστικό της … 11 more words

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Mini-review: The Riot Club

Directed by Lone Scherfig

Written by Laura Wade

Starring Sam Claflin, Douglas Booth, Max Irons

Scherfig balances An Education’s idealisation of Oxford University with this saga of undergraduate decadence and debauchery. 114 more words

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The Riot Club

I just saw the Riot Club and it was…. Okay? I guess. It was by no stretch a bad film but it certainly wasn’t a great one. 1,422 more words

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The Riot Club - It is controversial and uncertain, but not to be missed either

The Riot Club (UK/2014)

UK Release by Universal Pictures International – 19th September 2014

Directed by Lone Scherfig

Brief Synopsis: It is all about reputation and worth in this destructive depiction of two first-year students at Oxford University falling under hard times. 406 more words

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