‘Men, Women & Children’

men-women-and-children-posterThe critics slaughtered this on release – somewhat unfairly in my opinion.

Admittedly, it’s flawed, a little over-reaching in it’s commentary/moral with too many stories to give justice to them, but Men, Women & Children is an enjoyable small film with numerous inter-related stories and strong if quiet and nuanced performances (Adam Sandler is actually good in this and the storyline between him and his wife, played by Rosemarie DeWitt, is one of the most interesting of them all in the film!).

Rating: 57%


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