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Sam Adams
Member
Sat Apr 20 14:40:58
Ahahahahahahaha.

Can you believe these christian retards think this low grade propaganda is going to change the world and bring back belief in their invisible man in the sky? Ahahahahaha. Its hilariously stupid.
Im better then you
2012 UP Football Champ
Sat Apr 20 14:59:10
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unplanned#Production

The film stars Ashley Bratcher, Brooks Ryan and Robia Scott, and follows the life of Johnson as clinic director for Planned Parenthood and her subsequent conversion to anti-abortion activism.

Unplanned was given an R rating by the MPAA, who cited a few graphic abortion-related scenes as the reason for the rating and notified the producers of the film that the film would remain R-rated unless those scenes were removed
obaminated
Member
Sat Apr 20 16:31:08
Oddly. It is so irrelevant that SA had to make a post about it.
Forwyn
Member
Sat Apr 20 16:47:25
lulz @ the butthurt left

"First, Twitter briefly suspended the movie’s page. Then, on March 31, 2019, numerous Twitter users reported that they weren’t able to follow the movie’s page and that the page was reporting wildly different and changing Twitter follower counts (this author tried to follow the movie as an experiment and, at first, it didn’t stick, but then it did.) Prominent conservative writer Michelle Malkin filmed a video showing the problems."

http://hea...-suspension-followers-removed/
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Sat Apr 20 16:52:12
they should make a counter movie w/ girls having abortions for fun
tumbleweed
the wanderer
Sat Apr 20 16:57:25
Michelle Malkin is a Hannity... i kinda doubt Twitter wrote special code to interfere w/ following some movie account
Forwyn
Member
Sat Apr 20 17:49:26
"I kinda doubt ideologoes behave like ideologues"

Lulz
Cherub Cow
Member
Sun Apr 21 02:19:55
"Can you believe these christian retards think this low grade propaganda is going to change the world and bring back belief in their invisible man in the sky?"

Reminds me of when Mel Gibson thought that "Hacksaw Ridge" would reinvigorate the "no atheists in foxholes" lie.


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"It is so irrelevant that SA had to make a post about it."

That may be because it's not totally obscure made-for-TV propaganda. They've pushed for mass release; it's still in major theater listings.

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I just lumped it in with idiot movies like "God's Not Dead" (2014) or "An Interview with God" (2018), but if it has graphic violence, I may check it out when it's free so that I can lol — not enough movies have been willing to kill kids on screen, but this one apparently was ;p
Rugian
Member
Sun Apr 21 10:15:44
The problem is that movies like Unplanned and Hacksaw Ridge constitute only a tiny minority of Hollywood's overall production. The entertainment that contemporary kids overwhelmingly carries a diametrically opposite message, so that's the one that sticks. Maybe conservative movies and shows would have more of an impact on societal views if they were in the majority, but they're not and they won't be for the foreseeable future (at least as long as (((they))) remain in charge of the media, anyway).

Also, God's Not Dead was a cinematic masterpiece. Between the Muslim teenager getting the shit beat out of her by her father for listening to Christian music, the leftist journalist who develops cancer and gets dumped by her boyfriend as a result, and the atheist professor who gets killed off by God even though he was already kind of repenting, it's easily one of the most entertaining movies of the decade.
Paramount
Member
Sun Apr 21 10:34:57
I hate movies where religious people sneaks in religious messages and views/positions for political purposes. It shouldn’t be allowed.
Paramount
Member
Sun Apr 21 10:55:43
I recently saw a stupid movie called Into the Forest. They kinda advertized it as a thriller/survival/apocalypse type of movie. But it was the worst movie I’ve seen.

There’s a power failure, like in the entire USA, and no one has any electricity any longer. Two girls and their father is staying at their country side house in the woods, far away from any big city, and their iphones and shit doesn’t work anymore. Time goes, and then they are running out of fuel. The local gas station has no fuel either. They pick berries and tries to survive.

And then all of a sudden one of the girls gets violently raped by the guy who is running the gas station, and the girl gets pregnant. Despite that she was raped, she tells her sister that she is going to keep the baby (because life matters or something like that), so she then gives birth to the child in a big hollow tree stump where she, her sister and the baby decides is a good place to live in, because humans has survived without electricity in thousands of years.

The message of the movie was clearly anti-abortion propaganda. I felt betrayed wasting my time looking at it and then at the end have this message thrown at my face.
Rugian
Member
Sun Apr 21 11:01:56
*Into the Forest, starring Ellen Page and Evan Rachel Wood, being religious conservative propaganda*

My brain hurts from trying to process that.
obaminated
Member
Sun Apr 21 11:05:25
hard to tell if parafag is trolling or being serious.
Dukhat
Member
Sun Apr 21 11:05:27
A Christian movie with an R-Rating. Bold Move, Cotton. Let's see if it pays off.
Forwyn
Member
Sun Apr 21 11:11:17
I mean...

Budget: $6 million
Box office: $16.8 million
obaminated
Member
Sun Apr 21 11:24:22
cuckhat fail
Rugian
Member
Sun Apr 21 11:28:15
I do like the argument that abortion is so horrific that it justifies a hard R-rating. As I understand it, the "graphic" aspect of the movie consists of merely showing the procedure in detail.

Her body her choice though.
obaminated
Member
Sun Apr 21 11:29:31
" (because life matters or something like that)"

that is a troll line though, right?
Nekran
Member
Sun Apr 21 11:44:20
"I do like the argument that abortion is so horrific that it justifies a hard R-rating. As I understand it, the "graphic" aspect of the movie consists of merely showing the procedure in detail."

Same goes for conceiving a child or giving birth though. Doesn't really say much.
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