“Club Land” was better than average for most made-for-cable films. It had good direction, good writing (if you do not count the language), and good characterization. It deals with the power of wealth, deciet, and the dangers of living a lie, as well as the down side of drinking and womanizing. Director Saul Rubinek does a great job with the direction, especially the opening sequence, which is a 12 minute introduction to the nightclub hotspot of the film, and it is all done in one take and one shot. For some interesting sidenotes, the father and son team both teach each other alot during the course of the film. For example; Stuey is demeaned by his father for womanizing, as he stated “It is irresponsible”, while Stuey shows his father that emotions need to be expressed, and that shutting the doors to yourself is a very bad thing. This film would have been great for the 12-17 year old crowd, but the fowl language ruins it. If the language could be cut, it would make a great story about the moralities and family values of showbusiness for the 12 year-old and up crowd to see. If you can get past the language, this is a great film that deals with loyalty, responsibility, and the relational values of father and son.