I don't think some of you actually read the review. At the end she states,
"he’s a shrinking violet compared with the real Childers, seen in the closing credits gleefully strapping on guns and daring us, because the film never does, to question his mercenary methods. "
This is a movie review people not a review on Sam or his work. And while I have yet to see the movie I have read the book. Yes it was a book before it was a movie.You remember those right, books? I think the work he is doing is wonderful and fully intend to see the movie regardless of the poor reviews, only in support of Sam and the children.
Beadsareme, there are plenty of other books that attempt to raise awareness of such atrocities, not only in Africa but around the world. If those aren't made into movies will you not care then?
Seriously people, dramatic much?