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Men, Women & Children

“Before you go I want to give you a pamphlet on the danger of selfies.”

Technological advancements are inevitable. We’re a species that survives off of discovery, of finding out the new, differentiating the good from the bad. 875 more words

Film

Review: Men, Women & Children (2014, Dir. Jason Reitman)

Men, Women & Children - Based on a novel by Chad Kultgen and adapted by Jason Reitman? Heads perk up and prepare themselves for something provocative with pitch-black wit. 471 more words

New Release

Men, Women & Children Movie Review

Jeez – Everybody just calm down already!

Men, Women & Children is the movie adaption of the Chad Kultgen novel and is directed by Jason Reitman (Juno, Up in the Air). 488 more words

Movie

Movie Review: Men, Women, and Children

Do we really know everything about our kids, the people we see everyday at school, or even our spouse? This film digs into this social sphere we are living in and answers how little we truly know about each other. 154 more words

In Theathers

Review: "Men, Women & Children"

I created my Facebook account in the summer of 2007, when I was fourteen years old. At that age, the appeal of Facebook was obvious, and over seven years later it still is; we are free to shape our insecure selves (those insecurities being much more prominent in our teens) any way we want and that’s what everyone sees online. 1,280 more words

2014 Movies

Men, Women & Children

“Men, Women & Children” has a lot to say. The film wants to hold a mirror up to the audience regarding their droning use of mobile phones and technology. 829 more words

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