Men, Women & Children (review)

Men, Women & Children (review)
Men, Women & Children (review)
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Almost everyone in this movie has their life dominated by internet-connected devices (sometimes even projected on the screen). It revolves around a group of high schoolers and their parents, the social issues they face and how their relationships are affected. Sounds serious. And it is. Director Jason Reitman has assembled a cast of excellent performances to help sell his message, but his somber indictments weigh heavy. While the film is compelling on several levels, it tries too hard to make its points.

 

3.5 out of 5 stars (3.5 / 5)

 

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