The Riot Club ★★

Stereotypical characters (the posh liberal, the total shit, the comedy northern lass, the geek) played largely by pretty boys are in this adaptation of the play 'Posh' which depicts a story of filthy rich nobodies who ride on their family names and their snobbery.

Obviously inspired by the antics of the Bullingdon Club at Oxford, this film is as vacuous and revolting as the tossers it depicts. I see this kind of person at the Henley Regatta, in the expensive seats at Wimbledon and the Proms, and, saddest of all, braying from positions of power in the front bench at the House of Commons.