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Children of Men

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In a world fulls of violence, havoc, and wars, people suffer from a disastrous problem that may lead them to extinction, as 18 years ago, they don't have any born children, so an activist Thio, struggles against saving humanity, by protecting a pregnant woman to overcome that fatal problem, the thing that brings terrible for him.
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Independent (UK)
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April 01, 2015

Alfonso Cuaron stages some terrific set-pieces, and the production designers deserve credit for making London in 2027 look like the grunge capital of the world, ie, like now, only more so. One small problem: I didn't believe any of it.
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New Statesman
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April 01, 2015

A film that has much to recommend it, not least the proof it offers, as if any more were needed, that Alfonso Cuarón is one of the most visually inspired directors working today.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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October 05, 2007

Cuaron fulfills the promise of futuristic fiction; characters do not wear strange costumes or visit the moon, and the cities are not plastic hallucinations, but look just like today, except tired and shabby.
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Financial Times
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April 01, 2015

P.D. James's novel must have made more sense than Cuarón's cheerful but incoherent screen adaptation.
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Time Out

February 03, 2007

You feel as if you're accompanying a war photographer who's lost a bet. Slogging unflinchingly through humanity's worst hours, the movie laces the narrative's forays into science-fiction grandstanding with a gut-wrenching dynamic.
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Stop Smiling
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April 01, 2015

Cuarón is implementing a verisimilitude that both matches the film's edge-of-your-seat escalations and demonstrates a new understanding of blockbuster realism.
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The Atlantic
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April 01, 2015

Children of Men founders in its latter moments -- not a lot, but enough. Its failure is less one of plot than of something deeper, a composing idea to undergird the plot.
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San Diego Union-Tribune

April 01, 2015

Here is your post-holiday depression pill: Children of Men. Not to relieve depression. To cause it.
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New York Observer
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January 17, 2007

What I find particularly irksome about it is its pseudo-humanism and its calculating political correctness.
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Florida Times-Union
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April 01, 2015

Children of Men is so boldly told, so thought out, so infused with the joy of filmmaking, that it's absolutely exhilarating. It's one of the best movies of the past year.
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I.E. Weekly
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May 15, 2009

Cuaron asks us to find hope in a grim nativity story where a reluctant hero and scared would-be mother try to find shelter in a land that desperately needs a newborn savior.
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New York Magazine/Vulture

January 06, 2007

It's a wow.
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