THE BOYS CLUB is an unpolished dissertation on the corruption of innocence. Mired in artificial suspense, flat dialogue, and simplistic adolescent psychology, the film microscopically studies the seductive power of evil through an opaque lens.
Rebellious 14-year-olds Kyle (Dominic Zaprogna), Brad (Stuart Stone), and Eric (Devon Sawa) retreat to their clubhouse to put down authority figures, particularly Kyle's alcoholic dad (Nicholas Campbell), who disparages his son's dream of attending a summer aeronautics program. One day, the teens
discover a fugitive, Luke (Chris Penn), hiding in their private domain. Eager to believe the wounded man's antisocial hogwash ab...