Unplanned

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Director
Chuck Konzelman, Cary Solomon
Runtime
1 h 42 min
Release Date
22 March 2019
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Overview
As one of the youngest Planned Parenthood clinic directors in the nation, Abby Johnson was involved in upwards of 22,000 abortions and counseled countless women on their reproductive choices. Her passion surrounding a woman's right to choose led her to become a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood, fighting to enact legislation for the cause she so deeply believed in. Until the day she saw something that changed everything.
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Ben Davies4
Rebel Media



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National Review Staff6
National Review



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  • Unplanned’s Canadian Release Charts a Course through the Culture War
    From alleged social-media censorship, to a “propaganda” label from Google, to an inexplicable R-rating, to a blackout by U.S. television advertisers, Unplanned — which tells...
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  • The Power of Unplanned
    Every person has a story that can help others.
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  • Unplanned Will Change Minds
    The new film will show people what abortion really is.
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  • Unplanned Advances the Abortion Debate
    Despite a media blackout, the pro-life film is a surprise hit.
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  • Unplanned Helps Pro-Lifers Tell the Truth about Abortion
    Seeing the truth about abortion will change people’s minds on the procedure and society’s view of this heinous human-rights abuse.
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  • ‘Nobody Ever Said Abortion Was Pretty’
    Unplanned depicts the gruesome reality of the ‘right to choose.’
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The Federalist Staff9
The Federalist



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  • Despite Numerous Roadblocks, ‘Unplanned’ Movie Wildly Outperformed Expectations
    When the weekend totals came in, 'Unplanned' managed to earn more than double the projections, totaling $6.11 million. That means it features in more theaters this weekend.
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  • ‘Unplanned’ Lifts The Veil On What Happens Inside Planned Parenthood
    This movie depicts the third most common medical procedure performed on women—a procedure that is largely veiled from sight.
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  • ‘Unplanned’ Is The Courageous Abortion Film We’ve Been Waiting For
    It explores dynamics within the pro-life movement between sidewalk counselors who offer hope to women and protestors who take a more aggressive approach.
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  • ‘Unplanned’ Shows That Witnessing An Ultrasound Can Change Everything
    The story of Abby Johnson, a former Planned Parenthood clinic director turned pro-life activist, should remind us all that abortion hurts living babies.
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  • Can ‘Unplanned’ Actually Convince Pro-Choicers Abortion Is Wrong?
    This isn’t your typical cheesy Christian film but, given the message, it's likely to attract a niche audience that already knows the truth about abortion.
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  • Google Marks Pro-Life Film ‘Propaganda,’ But Labels Literal Nazi Propaganda Film ‘History’
    Google search results label 'Unplanned' a propaganda film, but 'Triumph of the Will' a history/war movie.
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  • We Hide The Truth About Abortion Because It Condemns Us All
    (”Unplanned” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    We are a culture awash in self-acceptance. This is seldom more apparent than in the way we speak of—and try not to speak of—abortion. 
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  • Media Scrambles To Discredit Abby Johnson’s Pro-Life Conversion, And Fails
    (”Unplanned” is briefly mentioned in this.)
    Why don’t the same reporters who have invested so much time in trying to debunk Abby’s story devote a fraction of their efforts to uncover the answer to these basic questions?
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Plugged In4
Focus on the Family



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  • A Plugged In Conversation With Unplanned’s Ashley Bratcher

    The new movie Unplanned hits theaters this weekend. This riveting, sobering drama tells the true story of Abby Johnson, a Planned Parenthood clinic director in Texas who eventually had a change of heart regarding abortion. In the film, Abby is portrayed by actress Ashley Bratcher. This week, we had a chance talk to Ashley and […]

    The post A Plugged In Conversation With Unplanned’s Ashley Bratcher appeared first on Plugged In Blog.

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  • ‘Unplanned’ Sparks Controversy and Conversation

    It’s often said that all publicity is good publicity. Unplanned seems to be proving that axiom this week. Controversy began to swirl before the film was even released. This dramatization of former Planned Parenthood director Abby Johnson’s decision to leave her clinic received an R rating, prompting many to wonder if the film had been […]

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  • Culture Clips: Endgame’s Epic Entry
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    Endings are hard. They’re hard to write. Hard to film. Hard to watch. (Just ask the creators of Lost, for example.) That’s because the more beloved a fictional set of characters is, the more investment we have in them. The more we have at stake. Which brings us to Avengers: Endgame, the culmination of 11 […]

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  • Culture Clips: How Dirty Is Your Phone? Dirty. REALLY Dirty.
    (”Unplanned” is briefly mentioned in this.)

    So much to cover this week. So let’s dive in with some nasty news about the device many of you are probably using to read these words right now: your phone. If you’ve ever wondered how dirty it is—as in, how much bacteria calls your precious smartphone home—the answer is really dirty. In fact, experts […]

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Christian Toto2
Hollywood In Toto



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  • Is ‘Unplanned’ the Movie Hollywood Fears Most?
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    Hollywood isn’t averse to pro-life messages. They’re just delivered in a way meant to draw less attention.

    Movies like “Juno” and “Knocked Up” suggested abortion isn’t the only solution for

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  • HiT Episode No. 103 Mike Lindell (MyPillow, 'Unplanned')
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Crosswalk2
Cross Walk



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  • 4 Reasons Unplanned Should Not Be Rated R
    More than 10 years ago, the faith-based movie Facing the Giants gained national headlines due to a controversy over its PG rating. It was free publicity that helped propel it to become a box office hit.
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  • 6 Christian Movies We’re Looking Forward to in 2019
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Nick J. Fuentes1
America First Media



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  • Nick Fuentes on Movie Propaganda
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Conservative Film Buff1
Letterboxd



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  • Unplanned, 2019 - ★★½

    Unplanned does a lot right. The women, often young, who resort to getting abortions—they’re treated sympathetically and with love.

    But I wasn’t sure what to expect. There is an unfortunate shot at the opening of the film as our protagonist enters a building. After she enters, the camera does a slow, dramatic pan over to the sign out front— “Planned Parenthood,” it ominously proclaims. Now, the shot may be appropriate; I personally think every time you pass a PP facility it would be appropriate for the sky to darken, thunder to clasp, and organ music to play. But the problem is, right off the bat, the filmmakers assume the audience is on their side. They assume the mere sight of the words Planned Parenthood will elicit a shock. Those who are sympathetic to PP? They’ll put up their defenses immediately. 

    And then when, in the first scene, we get a shocking portrayal of an abortion, complete with ultrasound and blood-filled tubes, the abrupt, upfront shock factor may further alienate those viewers who could potentiallly be otherwise won over with a different approach. Why start upfront with the abortion? Why not place it where it should have been, after we have come to know and sympathize with Abby Johnson? After all, Ashley Bratcher’s portrayal of Johnson does elicit sympathy. It’s the strongest performance in the film. 

    The truth is, I don’t agree with the approach the movie took. I could totally see someone complaining that it “preaches to the choir.” If you’re not an Evangelical Christian you may feel that the “Churchy” tone, common to all Pure Flix productions, is akin to jargon. I am not an Evangelical; I’m a Latter-day Saint. The tone doesn’t resonate. I imagine other Christians like Catholics or more traditional Protestants would agree. And if we don’t really get the tone, how will those entirely outside of Christianity? A few shifts in tone and focus could have done wonders. Last year’s Gosnell from director/actor Nick Searcy, with a screenplay by Andrew Klavan, is a pretty good example of what I mean.

    But I started the review saying it does a lot right. And it does. It treats women getting abortions with sympathy. It tries to show that some ways of protesting abortion aren’t effective. It doesn’t show everyone working in PP as evil. And yes, its portrayals of abortion are factual. In the Ultrasound abortion scene , the nurse and doctor are real pro-life converts in the medical community who used to do that type of abortion. They act out their jobs as they would have in real life. And Abby Johnson, the person on whom the movie is based, was a consultant on the film from the start and has confirmed the veracity of the portrayals.

    If someone knows these things going in, they will see something of the grotesque horror of abortion and the profit-based reality of PP’s business tactics regarding it. 

    I welcome anything that sheds light on these realities.

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Counter Currents Staff1
Counter Currents Publishing



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  • Unplanned: A Review
    1,753 words Unplanned has recently made a name for itself as an effective anti-abortion movie which has achieved success and popularity despite being suppressed by the Leftist media. It is an overtly Christian movie, based on a true story, and in many ways delivers what one would expect from a Christian movie: the pious characters, […]
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John Nolte1
Daily Wire / Breitbart



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  • Nolte: 'Unplanned' Beats Blacklisting Campaign with $6.1 Million Opening
    Unplanned's success is yet more proof that the fascist establishment no longer has the ability to control the flow of information or shape public opinion.
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Society Reviews1
Society Reviews



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  • Unplanned Review: An Empathic Yet Eye Opening Look At Planned Parenthood
    Whenever you take a stand against's one of Hollywood's biggest cash cows and America's leading abortion provider Planned Parenthood, you can expect some roadblocks along the way.
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