• Fri. Mar 31st, 2023

“The Boys Club” is a 1997 crime thriller film directed by and starring , , and . The movie follows three teenage friends who decide to break into a mansion to steal a valuable collection of baseball cards, but they soon find themselves embroiled in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with the mansion's owner.

The film received mixed reviews from critics for its predictable plot and uninspired execution. The performances of the cast were also criticized for being unremarkable and forgettable.

Despite its lackluster reception, “The Boys Club” has gained a cult following among fans of crime thrillers and coming-of-age movies. The film's themes of greed, betrayal, and friendship resonate with audiences who enjoy stories about the complexities of adolescence and the choices that young people face.

Overall, “The Boys Club” is a forgettable entry in the crime thriller genre that offers little in the way of originality or excitement. While it has its fans, it is unlikely to be remembered as a classic of its genre.

Directed by
Written by Doug Smith
Peter Wellington
Produced by Tim O'Brien
Greg Dummett
Starring ,
Cinematography Thom Best
Edited by Susan Maggi
Music by Michael Timmins (music composer)
Jeff Bird (music composer)
Alliance Communications Corporation
OB&D Films
Ontario Film Development Corporation
St. Nick Productions
Téléfilm Canada
Distributed by Allumination Filmworks
Release dates
  • September 19, 1996 (Canada)
  • April 25, 1997 (U.S.)
Country Canada
Language English


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