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There is a lot that can be said of the greatness of Children of Men, but it is that it begs us to understand the importance of children in that without them we have no future.
Dogville is rich with evil interesting characters, but immaterial in the environment presented by Lars von Trier with little to look at other than the characters which is what he wants. It is a long and experimental film which has a lot of room for interpretation and this can either be a fascinating film or a disgusting bore. Although the film is a hard interpretation of humanity what is truly frighting is that we understand where von Trier is coming from and that we might even slightly empathize with his perspective.
It is a entertaining revenge flick that is cliche with how it is told and played out. It has some good action scenes with plenty of violence and explosions to go around.
Guillermo del Toro is the only modern director to make horror that is intelligent and at times frightening. It is his ability to use Spain's rich history to create an atmosphere that is haunting in both the fantastical and the real, but to blur them together in a convincing way is del Toro's gift as a filmmaker.
The situations Hawks puts the two stars in are already funny, but with Cary Grant giving arguably his best performance and Katharine Hepburn matching his skill it is one of the best classic comedies. The plot weaves itself in a mess of humorous subplots, but its ability to tie it back to the actual plot and end on a high note is an impressive feat by the legendary filmmaker Howard Hawks.