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I first saw 'Children of Men' when it came out, 10 years ago, and while I liked it a lot, I type of forgot about it soon. At the time, it failed to resonate with me on a deeper lvl - which in hindsight I search astounding. Last month, a decade soon almost to the day, I suddenly felt the urge to revisit the movie (because it was mentioned in an article about "long takes"), and upon re-watching it, it just blew my mind. This movie is so, so, good! It not only manages in many aspects to be the most prophetic - and most shockingly realistic - sci-fi movie I have ever seen: it achieves that feat with a lvl of style and through such an abundance of wonderful constructive choices and innovative camera techniques that I was simply left in awe. I was forced to conclude that this movie was a visionary piece of art (and how that fact had eluded me the first time around I couldn't - and still can't - explain). It's a cinéphile's dream come true; it's a masterpiece in the real sense of the word.'Children of Men' is a gut-wrenching look at an all too possible future, but it also works as a heart-stopping, adrenaline-rush-inducing piece of entertainment featuring some of the most breathtaking camera work you'll ever see.The performances are flawless. The artwork, the production design, the music; I should go on and on: this is one of those several true masterworks where everything just comes together right. And I trust the final 30 mins of the movie rank among the finest achievements in the history of Cinema. Period.10 Stars out of 10.Favorite films: IMDb.com/list/mkjOKvqlSBs/Lesser-Known Masterpieces: imdb.com/list/ls070242495/Favorite Low-Budget and B-Movies: imdb.com/list/ls054808375/Favorite TV-Shows reviewed: imdb.com/list/ls075552387/
I went to see this film without catching any reviews, expecting something rather depressing and underfunded.Let me stop there and begin again.This film is a revelation from begin to finish. A convincing future world, deftly conveyed with so many subtle signals that I'm sure it will benefit from further viewings. A fully "other" England which I was amazed to see realised in such detail. Clive Owen FINALLY has the heroic role we have been waiting for and is brilliant in it. Julianne Moore simply glows and I've never enjoyed Sir Michael Caine so much before. The soundtrack is beautifully eclectic. Aside from some perfect classical choices, there's an evocative and alternative Spanish take on "Ruby Tuesday" which is a signature on the film. Wait during the end games to play an excremental song from Jarvis Cocker.The film grabbed my attention right from the start, and never allow go. Initially, it's the differences of this future globe that intrigue. Then, when the action starts, what I found really surprising was the freshness of direction that made me react to bullets and violence as if I'd never seen them in a film before. If the script wasn't so wonderfully leavened with wit, it would be a grim and scary film at times.Finally, the entire thing is lit brilliantly, from the authentic dim English days to the atmospheric ending.One to watch alongside "The Handmaid's Tale" some time....
The apocalypse arrives on movie once again in a plot so easy it's horrifyingly believable. It's 2027 and the globe is close to annihilation because no kid has been born in 18 years. London office worker Theo (Clive Owen) is offered money by a radical ex-girlfriend to escort a refugee (Claire-Hope Ashitey) to safety. Their lives are later at risk from both government and revolutionaries.Although the camera work and cinematography is nothing short of stunning the focus everytime with our protagonist, ensuring we're kept in the middle of the action throughout. It is also undoubtedly one of Owen's finest performances to date. Theo is never far from danger yet he struggles on with convincing dignity. Occasionally baffled but far from stupid - Theo is essentially a reckless, underplayed action character that doesn't jump at each occasion to arm himself with a gun. This works well with the international ensemble of wonderful talent: Michael Caine's charming pot dealing hippie, feisty Julianne Moore, key role Claire-Hope Ashitey, the unbelievable Pam Ferris, the increasingly busy, perfect Chiwetel Ejiofor, Danny Huston and writer/director/producer Peter Cullen (gloriously sadistic Syd) to name a few... This is surely a casting coup to be jealous of.The episodic nature of the storyline makes Kids of Boys hard to zone into one category alone. Briefly glimpsed futuristic sci-fi technology is grounded in reality and looks entirely achievable while grey, graffiti ridden concrete territories deliever an perfect backdrop for the near satirical look of our actual social and political climate. There's poignant drama interspersed amongst exhilarating action and yet enough twists to call it a thriller. This is not to tell it's flawless. Some exposition is handled better in territories than others for instance. However Alfonso Cuarón has achieved a fully remarkable experience. Arguably the movie should have been longer given how powerful most of it is. The only really difficult pill to swallow is the comedy juxtaposed with some stark imagery that looks all too familiar to anyone who has ever seen the News from the past several decades. Great to see a Pink Floyd reference though (pigs might fly!), and someone finally found a test for Battersea Power Station.Ideally an audience could see this movie with no preconceptions and know as tiny about the plot as possible. This will be unlikely though due to a staggered box-office release schedule, word of mouth and a plethora of reviews and trailers that are eager to give much of the minigame away. Ironic then perhaps that it gotta be told - Kids of Boys is a cinematic milestone. Nice unique results and an effective soundtrack accompany this heartfelt, moving and thought-provoking film. Easy one of the greatest movies in newest memory.
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