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At Theaters: 1/5/2007 On Video: 3/27/2007
Rated: R Length: 1 hr. 49 min.
Internet: Web Site Movie ID: 479990
Studio: Universal Pictures Inc.
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Theo has settled into a state of numbness in order to steel himself against painful past and the reality of a senseless future by simply ceasing to care. Things change when he is abruptly thrown in the back of a van and brought before Julian. Julian has surfaced long enough to ask for a favor—for Theo to obtain transit papers for Kee, a young woman within her organization who must be seen safely out of the country.

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Thriller - This is a gritty, violent science fiction drama. Those who prefer their sci-fi more fantasy oriented or their drama more reality-based may be disappointed. Fans of Julianne Moore may also be disappointed by her limited screen time.

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Cast and Crew Heading
Clive Owen INSIDE MAN, DERAILED, CLOSER, KING ARTHUR
Julianne Moore TRUST THE MAN, FREEDOMLAND
Michael Caine THE PRESTIGE, THE WEATHER MAN, BEWITCHED
Chiwetel Ejiofor AMERICAN GANGSTER, INSIDE MAN, MELINDA AND MELINDA
Charlie Hunnam NICHOLAS NICKLEBY, ABANDON
Claire-Hope Ashitey SHOOTING DOGS
Director: Alfonso Cuaron HARRY POTTER AND THE PRISONER OF AZKABAN
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About The Production
Casting The Children Of The Future
Shooting And Cameras
Location
Design
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Content Heading
PROFANITY: Over 30 F-words, 19 S-words, a few others.
SEX/NUDITY: Nonsexual nudity.
VIOLENCE: Bloody shootings, beatings, combat.
DRUGS/ALCOHOL: Alcohol, tobacco, marijuana.
ACTION: Chases, explosions, combat sequences.
COMEDY: None.
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Berardinelli, Internet Critic Full Review
Good In the case of Children of Men, the divergence of material is so great that such a simple determination cannot be made. Cuarón's interpretation, inspired more than based on James' novel, takes on a life of its own.

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Opinion Heading

Based on an Exit Polling of 146 Moviegoers

Ages Age Group
How
Many
Your Probability of
Enjoying This Movie
*
Would
Recommend
Movie To Friends
13-19Teens (M)
21
High
90%
13-19Teens (F)
16
High
94%
20-29Yg Adults (M)
27
Fairly Low
81%
20-29Yg Adults (F)
23
About 50/50
78%
30+Adults (M)
33
Fairly Low
76%
30+Adults (F)
26
Fairly Low
77%
*Possible Ratings: Very High, High, Fairly High, About 50/50, Fairly Low, Low, Very Low.

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Moviegoer Opinions:

Based on a theater exit polling of 146 moviegoers:Overall, these opinions are a bit weak. Most of you will enjoy this movie, at least to some degree, but very few will think it's great.
TEENS:Approximately two-thirds of both males and females truly enjoyed "Children of Men." Of the remaining third, most of the males rated it as average. The females rated it quite a bit lower. Many rated it below average and terrible.
TWENTYSOMETHINGS:Only about half the males truly enjoyed it. Most of the remaining half rated it "Good," which indicates just an average movie. Quite a few rated it lower. The female opinions are even weaker. Most rated it in the average to below average range.
ADULTS:These are pretty weak opinions from both males and females. A small percentage rated it very high with most rating it in the above average to average range. A fairly large percentage actually disliked it.

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D ETAILED S TORYLINE
Earth, 2027: Hope for the future has become a dwindling resource. It has been nearly 19 years since the last baby was born, and with each passing year of inexplicable, global childlessness, mankind edges closer to giving up all claims to a future. While most people choose to embrace the inevitable and descend into separatism, lawlessness and nihilism, others fight on for a unified planet and the rights of the dwindling populations.

Great Britain is the one country that has managed—through a policy of militaristic imperialism—to survive the ever-increasing internal strife and, in turn, is seeing a tremendous influx of illegal refugees landing on its shores. But with a firm, totalitarian hand, these "fugees” are herded into detainment camps and deported.

For Theo (CLIVE OWEN), all of this matters little, having allowed himself to settle into a state of numbness. The former activist turned bureaucrat has steeled himself against his painful past and the reality of a senseless future by simply ceasing to care. His existence is enlivened only by visits to his old friend Jasper (MICHAEL CAINE), who lives in the remote countryside miles from London. There, they remember happier times as comrades-in-arms, activists who once took up against the coming tide but now find themselves checked out from a society that no longer provides any answers.

All of that abruptly changes when Theo finds himself thrown in the back of a van and brought before Julian (JULIANNE MOORE). Once his partner in both love and war, she is now the head of a covert group fighting for the rights of the remaining refugee population. Julian has surfaced long enough to ask for a favor—for Theo to obtain transit papers for Kee (CLARE-HOPE ASHITEY), a young woman within her organization who must be seen safely out of the country.

Theo agrees—for Julian's sake, and for the 5,000 pounds he'll collect—and soon finds himself accompanying Kee and a handful of Julian's comrades on a treacherous journey past several security checkpoints to the coast. There, members of the near-mythic Human Project—some of the greatest minds of the world working toward a new society—are prepared to help them. But when Theo's group is set upon by terrorists, it quickly becomes clear that the streetwise Kee is more than just a refugee…she is someone others are willing to die for.

She is, in fact, eight months pregnant and now stands as the miracle the whole planet has been waiting and hoping for.

In their race to sanctuary from both anarchists who will risk everything for a cause and those who would use her child for political gain, Kee and Theo become the unlikely champions of a future generation.

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