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1001 Club - Children of Men (2006)
#1090. Children of Men (2006)
Why It's In The Book: "Like the best science-fiction, Children of Men is far more invested in analyzing the present than it is in speculating upon a possible future...
"Cuaron's exquisitely choreographed long takes and tracking shots immerse viewers in this dark and unsettling world, resulting in the evocation of a near-future every bit as hellish as those posited by Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange (1971) and Terry Gilliam's Twelve Monkeys (1995)." -1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die
Chip Lary - 10/10
"Children of Men is science fiction for adults, meaning it is intelligent, moving, and actually about something. It also features the best 'you are there' cinematography I have ever seen."
Adolytsi - 9/10
"Children of Men is one of the best science fiction films of the last ten years."
Movie Guy Steve - 9/10
"More than other genres, science-fiction, fantasy, and horror can quickly become stupid. The buy-in is essential."
nicolas krizan - 9/10
"the overwhelming flow, impressive milieus, and overall cohesiveness of the experience still gets to me – not to mention the britishness, religious tone, and shakespearian death count"
Sunny D - 9/10
"I can't help but feel that ultimately Children of Men is an optimistic movie for recognizing that even at our darkest hour we have the ability to generate something pure and true that may outlive us."
Alyson - 8/10
"This is a recent film done so well, in both visual technology and story line, that I believe it is destined to become a classic."
Lindsey - 7/10
"This film is not so much a film about a dystopian future as it is a commentary on our modern society."