The Drama Club (2017)

| Drama
In a twisted maze of ex-lovers, old grudges, and new spouses, friends who haven't seen each other in 20 years fall down a rabbit hole of alcohol-fueled bad decisions.

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Joe McClean
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Dane Bowman ... Aaron
Chris Ciccarelli ... Luke
Barry Finnegan ... Nathan
Mike Kopera ... Keith
Melanie Lewis ... Hannah
Chelsea Brandt ... Kat (as Chelsea Povall)
Jon Luke Thomas ... Cory (as Jon Thomas)
Liza Seneca ... Elle (as Liza de Weerd)
Tristan Eisenberg Tristan Eisenberg ... Young Aaron
Kyle O'Gorman ... Young Luke
Alex Serrano Alex Serrano ... Young Nathan
Grace Power Grace Power ... Young Hannah
Sam Linkowski Sam Linkowski ... Young Cory
Lizzy Rich Lizzy Rich ... Young Elle
Kendra Rose Montagna Kendra Rose Montagna ... Wettest
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In a twisted maze of ex-lovers, old grudges, and new spouses, friends who haven't seen each other in 20 years fall down a rabbit hole of alcohol-fueled bad decisions.

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Same old friends. Same old drama.

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Drama

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USA

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English

Filming Locations:

Piedra, California, USA

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1.78 : 1
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Written by Hamish Anderson
Performed by Hamish Anderson
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It's not terrible.
17 August 2018 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

The Drama Club is a film that is reasonably well made but I had real trouble believing parts of the script. After all, who ever heard of a reunion of friends who knew each other during their freshman year at college only? Why would such a reunion take place...especially when some of the characters had nothing in common apart from this single year in college?

Well, regardless how difficult it was accepting the premise...there it is. A group of about a dozen folks get together after not seeing each other for 20 years. Most of the film reminds me a bit of The Big Chill, but it takes a particularly modern change of course when an impromptu three way occurs...and the after effects are felt by all. There also is a prudish Christian lady who confused me as well, as her behaviors didn't seem at all consistent with who her character was supposed to be. The bottom line is that this is a watchable drama whose plot isn't exactly believable nor do the characters react as you might expect. I see promise with the acting and direction, but overall this is a film you could easily skip.


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