What I just watched so severely traumatized me that I, in good conscience, can’t go to sleep without putting up a warning tonight. There are scenes in Unplanned that are so intense and graphic I had to look away. I could not watch what was happening on the screen. I was left nauseated, and in tears.
Abortion is a highly controversial subject — it is a heartbreaking decision no matter what abortion side you’re on. In my opinion, what this movie just did was unforgivable. They put images in my head I can never forget, and will carry with me till the day I die.
This movie will leave it’s imprint with you. Forever.
I honestly don’t know how to grade this film. I’m at a total loss here. I can’t give it an A, because I think my fingers would burst into flames. I can’t give it an F because the abortion story they had to tell…well…they not only told it, but they screamed it out loud, and I heard it. I’ll go with the law of averages, I suppose. It gets a C.
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There are extra scenes during, or after, the end credits of Unplanned. (What we mean by Anything Extra.)
Rated (R) for some disturbing/bloody images
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