The In Crowd
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A young woman gets a startling perspective on how the other half lives in this teen-oriented thriller. Adrien Williams (Lori Heuring) is a troubled working-class college student who on the advice of her doctor takes a summer job at a posh country club. Brittany Foster (Susan Ward) is one of a group of wealthy students who while away their summer break with nighttime parties and days at the beach. Brittany takes a liking to Adrien and introduces her to her social circle, to the displeasure of her close friend Kelly (Laurie Fortier). Adrien also gets to know Matt Curtis (Matthew Settle), a… More
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"Late-night cable, here it comes!"
‑ Jami Bernard, New York Daily News
"Late-night Cinemax fare inexplicably granted a theatrical release."
‑ Nathan Rabin, AV Club
"Dark and twisted, with sexually suggestive undercurrents, this one's as safe to miss as a sunburn by the club poolside."
‑ Katherine Dillin, Christian Science Monitor
"The In Crowd's deep, dark secret? That it, too, is just a mediocre movie-of-the-week in feature-film clothing."
‑ James Keith La Croix, Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
"...if you're a fan of cat fights, you'll have it made in the shade."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"Brittany is so obviously wicked, from the first glimpse we get of her, that there's nowhere for Ward to take her, except over the top."
‑ John Hartl, Seattle Times
"The In Crowd isn't a movie, it's Gorgonzola, a crumbly summertime stinker veined with pop-cultural fungus."
‑ Lisa Schwarzbaum, Entertainment Weekly
"The movie is billed as an erotic thriller, but it's not very erotic, nor is it really all that thrilling. It's just there, a languid, workmanlike time-waster that's the multiplex equivalent of sitting around the country club pool and working on your tan."
‑ Dennis King, Tulsa World
"Stone the crows! Or is that flog the dead horse? Either way, this is cobblers."
‑ Mark Dinning, Empire Magazine
"Somebody wrote this, directed this, and wrote out checks for the actors. They all have family somewhere proudly boasting that their child makes movies in Hollywood."
‑ Jim Shelby, Palo Alto Weekly
"The press release makes a "special request" to not reveal the ending. They didn't need to worry. Anyone over PG-13 age is going to know exactly where this movie is going long before it gets there."
‑ Vicky Edwards, Chicago Tribune
"A country-club member takes a club employee under her wing in this cagey formula thriller that exploits homosexuality better than murder-mystery clues."
‑ Lisa Alspector, Chicago Reader
"The acting is universally abysmal, although so are all the lines of dialogue. So I can't entirely blame the cast members."
‑ Bruce Kirkland, Jam! Movies
"The In Crowd isn't a movie--it's a J. Crew catalogue. Junk mail, junk movie."
‑ Frank Swietek, One Guy's Opinion
"This is the stuff of good, clean, campy fun. But instead of titillating, The In Crowd is nothing but a deadly dull business."
‑ Kimberley Jones, Austin Chronicle
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