Children of Men

2006

Drama / Sci-Fi

2
IMDb Rating 7.9

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Reviewed by mike-morgan 6/10

After reading various reviews and seeing the previews, I was quiteexcited to see &quot;Children of Men&quot;. Upon viewing the movie, however, Iwas unable to see why users were rating it so highly. I believe thereis a predilection to highly rate any Futuristic Dystopia, as theygraphically transport us to a time that we are ever so interested in --our not-too-distant future. &quot;Children of Men&quot; does this better thanmost, since -- with the exception of the infertility theme -- it doesnot highly disconnect us from what our future is likely to be.<br><br>Other than that, however, the movie lacks what it was claimed to be; itis not &quot;Bladerunner&quot; Redux -- not even close. The movie does notoperate on multiple philosophical levels, and those attempting todissect it are having difficulty not because it is especially deep, butbecause it lacks much beyond its initial layer. As a futuristicthriller (and very graphically violent, at that) it works marginallywell, as there were a couple of moments when I felt my heartpitter-patter in that movie-theater way. Outside of that, there is notmuch going on here, besides the obvious: the world is going to hell andthere are too many guns. Get on with it.

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Reviewed by Philby-3 9/10

Alfonso Cuaron has given us a very clever rendering of a very Englishdystopian novel. P D James, the &quot;Baroness of Bad&quot; is famous for herwell-written and absorbing police procedural novels (&quot;InspectorDalgliesh&quot;) but in the early 90s she produced a vision of a world only20 years into the future in which for unspecified reasons all the womenon earth have become infertile and no babies have been born for thelast 18 years.<br><br>The rest of the world has lapsed into chaos but the British, stoically,have put the remainder of their civil liberties into the fire and havesettled down under an oppressive dictatorship to ward off foreignboarders and await inevitable extinction, though there are some violentdissidents called the fish.<br><br>Theo (Clive Owen), a journalist with connections to the top, is&quot;persuaded&quot; by his ex-wife and fish member Julian (Julianne Moore) toobtain some exit papers for Kee (Claire Hope Ashity) a young blackwoman, who, it turns out, is pregnant. Theo is swept up in Kee&#39;s escapeacross a grim decaying landscape. Not only are there the securityforces to contend with, but some equally ruthless insurgents. Cuaronbuilds the tension exquisitely, interspersing the adrenaline fueledbits with quieter bits.<br><br>Kee&#39; projected saviors are a mysterious group called the Human Projectwho conveniently sail their well-maintained Greenpeace style ex-NorthSea fishing trawler past offshore light buoys in the hope of rescuingthe human race. But the improbability of this doesn&#39;t matter muchbecause by the end of the movie Cuaron has effectively demonstratedwhat the world would be like if humankind suddenly stopped reproducing.Having children is our way of cheating death, without them there isnothing but death, and in this future there are none about but theliving dead.<br><br>The casting is pretty well perfect. Clive Owen as Theo puts his hauntedgood looks to good use as he turns from cynical reporter to a huntedenemy of the state. The motley characters he meets along the way &#150; hisex-wife, the fish rebels, the refugees who help him, the &quot;fascist pig&quot;border guard and above all Michael Caine&#39;s aging hippie are allwonderfully realized.<br><br>It has been suggested that Cuaron has really made a film about today,not 20 years into the future. The rampaging security forces we seemight as well be in Bosnia or Iraq, or even Northern Ireland. In an ageof terrorism, order without law very quickly becomes tyranny, which hasnever been the answer to terrorism. What he and PD James do demonstrateis just how fragile our civil society is.<br><br>As a film this is a very fine piece of work. The sets exude grimyBritain, the battles are hair-raising, the quieter moments intense.Cuaron would do a great James Bond movie. He has turned a ratherrarefied novel into an exiting and engrossing thriller withoutobscuring the original message. He is a very versatile and enterprisingfilm-maker and I&#39;m sure he&#39;s going to do lots more good stuff.

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Reviewed by anton_lak 9/10

OK, I only got through the first 3 pages of comments but let me add myown. <br><br>1) Fantastic cinematography. Some like hand-held, some don&#39;t. Itcertainly worked very well here. <br><br>2) Related to (1), very long shots. There is one scene where the cameralens has blood splats on it for quite a few minutes. Hollywood wouldget rid of it, but for this movie it adds amazingly to the atmospherethat is being created. <br><br>3) Like &quot;Code46&quot; the technology is in the background. Just the way itshould be, allowing us to focus on the story. <br><br>4) Theo as the central character NEVER picks up a gun, despite thembeing all over the place and easily available. As a viewer you arealmost willing him to do so, to manage some of his challenges - butvery deliberately the character does not. <br><br>5) I&#39;ve read separately that yes this is a comment on current society.Being an Australian, with our controversial immigration laws andpractices, that rings true. <br><br>6) Similar to (5), using the term &quot;Homeland Security&quot; in the movie isan obvious reference. <br><br>7) The revolutionaries/terrorists/fishes are shown to be just aspolitical and militant as the government they oppose.<br><br>There are more, but that is enough. Overall a wonderful movie whichleaves me thinking for a long time, which is all I ask.<br><br>Cheers!<br><br>Anton.

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