Release Date Children of Men Dec 25, 2006 Wide
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Movie Overview For Children of Men
TagLine Children of Men
Trailer For Children of Men
Actors For Children of MenClive Owen,Julianne Moore,Michael Caine,Chiwetel Ejiofor,Claire-Hope Ashitey,Pam Ferris,Charlie Hunnam,Danny Huston,Peter Mullan,Oana Pellea,Paul Sharma,Jacek Koman,Gary Oldman,Clare-Hope Ashitey
Genres Children of Men : Drama,Mystery & Suspense,Science Fiction & Fantasy
Visitor Ranting & Critics For Children of MenUser Ranting Children of Men : 3.7
User Percentage For Children of Men : 81 %
User Count Like for Children of Men : 485,212
All Critics Ranting For Children of Men : 8
All Critics Count For Children of Men : 208
All Critics Percentage For Children of Men : 93 %
Review For Children of MenCuaron 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.
Roger Ebert-Chicago Sun-Times
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.
Joshua Rothkopf-Time Out New York
What I find particularly irksome about it is its pseudo-humanism and its calculating political correctness.
Andrew Sarris-New York Observer
It's a wow.
David Edelstein-New York Magazine
A superior sci-fi thriller and the best doomsday drama since 28 Days Later.
Roger Moore-Orlando Sentinel
Despite the bleakness of its vision, Children of Men is also thrilling, both for its groundbreaking style (there are action sequences here unlike any filmed before) and its complex, vividly realized ideas.
Rene Rodriguez-Miami Herald
Gripping, violent look at the future. Adults only.
Sierra Filucci-Common Sense Media
For all its dystopian, violent fury, "Children of Men's" grace distinguishes itself the most - an all-encompassing embrace of humanity, community and perseverance and an optimistic ending that doesn't feel at all like a cheat.
A special film by a gifted filmmaker.
Neil Miller-Film School Rejects
Few recent films have so stunned me in segments, and so frustrated me as a whole
Fernando F. Croce-CinePassion
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.
Amy Nicholson-I.E. Weekly
[Includes] the most exciting and emotionally exhausting car chase since The French Connection.
Peter Keough-Boston Phoenix
Children of Men is a glorious mess. It's a Frankenstein monster of a movie. Part sci-fi, part thriller, part action genre, part religious allegory, it flays and lumbers after meaning-- sending off occasional sparks of style.
Tony Macklin-Fayetteville Free Weekly
Children of Men succeeds as a downbeat dystopian thriller with some intriguing themes.
Steven D. Greydanus-Decent Films Guide
Cuarón delights in marshaling his showpieces, like the finer details of Jim Clay and Geoffrey Kirkland's just-futuristic-enough production design, or, especially, camera operator George Richmond's agile enactment of Emmanuel Lubezki's moody cinematography
Jonathan Kiefer-Sacramento News & Review
This is an astounding piece of work - easily one of the best films of 2006.
I was entranced by this movie. Hypnotized. Spellbound. In a thrall. The final quarter of the film is nothing short of an evolutionary leap forward in filmmaking.
A compelling and haunting look at a dystopian England.
Garth Franklin-Dark Horizons
It does the job, it does it well, and the fact that it's being called a masterpiece for doing so speaks unwell of the current state of movies.
There are enough ideas here that the film's never boring, and Mr. Cuarón's bravura direction is thrilling from start to finish.
Joe Lozito-Big Picture Big Sound
Top-notch suspense, intense action and totally believable sci-fi combine to make Children of Men gripping and a big winner.
Brian Webster-Apollo Guide
Goes beyond words in excellence...
Felix Vasquez Jr.-Cinema Crazed
The very soul of the film scoffs at the expectation of being conventional or formulaic.
As uncertain and spontaneous as its events are in the moment, Children of Men feels too tightly wound for its own good.
Rob Humanick-Stranger Song
he only thing that strikes a false note here is...the final sequence (and a sound heard over the closing credits)... Otherwise a perfect film.
Anton Bitel-Eye for Film