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The events in Searcy's film demand to be taken seriously. The way he portrays them, sometimes, cannot.
The film never loses sight of the choir to which it is plainly preaching.
The film may be preaching to the people who already believe that abortion is the taking of the most innocent of human lives, but perhaps it will inform and change some hearts.
[The filmmakers] had an axe to grind. So they spend time tying themselves into knots justifying that perspective with an amateurish movie than trying to tell the story well and honestly.
Seriously lacking in local authenticity, while also propagating multiple false myths that came out of the Kermit Gosnell saga (Philadelphia Weekly)
An amazing film about the arrest and trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell who performed abortions under the most dire and unsanitary conditions. Whether Pro-Life or Pro-Choice this movie should be seen.
Tells a story worth telling, and does so reasonably well, but while it avoids actual preaching, it's still addressed to the choir. That doesn't make it a bad film, but it could have been a better one.
Properly ghoulish fact-based anti-abortion snooze-fest/sermon that preaches only to the choir.
If you're not an avid right-wing media consumer, however, there's very little here to make this average effort extra-special.
Perhaps we should be glad that mainstream Hollywood, just like the mainstream media, had no interest in this story. It's almost impossible to believe they would have told it so well.
Well-acted and compelling. Even without going full-on graphic, the film achieves real power.
Gosnell delivers one of the most chilling portraits of evil we've seen in ages.
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