Wednesday, November 01, 2006

film review

this is a review of a film that we have yet to see, and probably never will see. The film in question is called "Children of Man". The premise? OK get this: There hasn't been a child born in 20 years due to infertility on the part of the females (this in itself sounds wrong and it would be better if all the men went sterile, which according to the latest studies is about to come true.) Anyhoo, of course the world goes crazy (Not sure why, they can still fuck can't they?) and of course there is an over bearing sence of doom...

But of course it all goes pear shaped when the hero (Clive Owen) discovers a pregnant woman and has to smuggle her thru the chaos to a kind of PETA for humans. This is where the dissappointment comes in. We at IS IT ART would much prefer to see a film whereupon society dealt with the problem they faced instead of the old "Preggers mole, 1inamillion".

We were excited to see this kind of film coming up until we saw the trailer.

The tagline is "No children. No future. No hope."

IS IT ART thinks it should be: "There is no hope...oh wait...there it is."

[from trailer]
Theodore Faron: I can't really remember when I last had any hope, and I certainly can't remember when anyone else did either. Because really, since women stopped being able to have babies, what's left to hope for?

What a fucking dipshit.

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