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Review: 'Men, Women & Children' ★★

Review: 'Men, Women & Children' ★★

Jason Reitman's serenely panic-stricken "Men, Women & Children" pushed every single one of my hot buttons as a parent while simultaneously setting off every single one of my warning bells as a critic. Based on Chad Kultgen's debut novel, it depicts modern-day America as the land of scarily unlimited digital opportunity. It is a place where honest personal communication without the filter, the crutch or the dodge of a personal electronic device has become a distant memory.

Everyone texts when they should talk. Teenagers' notions of sensuality come straight from hard-core pornography. Their parents, meantime, don't know what's going on in the kids' online lives or...