Review: Children of Men

One of the few bigger British productions (besides their James Bond series), and most of the budget is probably in the post-apocalyptic building scenes. About 80% though, it’s pretty low budget cinema, like the odd abandoned train station or the hidden house in the woods.
Does it mean you’re not getting your worth of money seeing this movie ? Actually, that’s exactly what I mean, even though the first half was a bit promising. Story setup went well, and direction was acceptable. It goes down the drain during the second half, as it doesn’t add anything new or significant to the story. And the end, will leave you pretty much disappointed.6½.

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