• Railway Children Review: WWII Tale Has Some Charm, But Not Enough Depth

    12 days ago - By Screen Rant

    Few moments in history seem to be covered as extensively on screen as World War II. It feels like nearly every aspect of this wide-ranging, devastating event has earned its own movie. In the case of Morgan Matthews' Railway Children , the WWII practice of parents sending their children out of cities and into the country in the face of terrifying air raids takes center stage, as well as the racist treatment of Black American soldiers. Railway Children , itself a sequel to the 1970 film of the same name (this new effort is referred to as The Railway Children Return in the U.K.), frequently...
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