Children of Men

Damn. That was awesome. Definitely see it. Worthwhile on the big screen, too. They’ve obviously thought about every detail in the background and it is all worth noting.

Between that and V for Vendetta, this has been a pretty good year for British styled subversion in film.

Actually, you’d probably have to go back to ’98, and the Fight Club + Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas double whammy, to find me happier with a couple of new films.

One Response to “Children of Men”

  1.   samm
    January 1st, 2007 | 10:30 pm

    Would have been better if it wasn’t shot in hand held queasy vision that gave me motion sickness.
    Still I concede it contributed greatly to the aesthetic, and the epic tracking sequence near the end would have been impossible without it.