Unborn in the USA: Inside the War on Abortion
Unborn in the USA: Inside the War on Abortion is a 2007 documentary film featuring interviews with pro-life activists across the United states. Its tagline is, "How the pro-lifers are winning". The film was started as a thesis project by students Stephen Fell and Will Thompson of Rice University. The film chronicles major events such as the annual March for Life and the 2004 March for Women's Lives, and features interviews with members of the Army of God and other pro-life activists.
- Stars:John Brockhoeft, George W. Bush, Grant Cheney, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Rachel Early, Steven Ertelt, Nellie Gray, Peggy Hartshorn, John Kerry, David Lee, Anthony Levatino, Monica Miller, Janet Morana, Jay Mount, Troy Newman,
- Director:Stephen Fell, Will Thompson,
- Writer:Stephen Fell, Will Thompson
An unprecedented view of the deep secrets and deep pockets of the pro-life movement. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Unborn in the USA: Inside the War on Abortion torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: Not even interested enough to watch the trailer!!!
(de) wrote: At first I thought this movie was just about Brzenk but the inclusion of the other two up and coming arm wrestlers and their struggles really make the movie. Who would of thought I would of learned a cool taoist (or stolen from buddhism who knows) parable by watching an arm wrestling movie?
(de) wrote: Pandorum proves itself a nice sci-fi flick with all those cliches but the narrative is sometimes goofy and the creatures make it even more goofier.
(es) wrote: While watching this movie I was surprised that so many people thought they didn't take the subject matter seriously. The movie was well-made & well-acted, & the subject was taken really seriously. There was only one short conversation near the end that seemed too lighthearted after the dramatic, tearjerking scene right before it. The conversation only lasted about 30 seconds. So glad I gave it a chance- This was so worth watching.
(mx) wrote: John Woo brings his own slick style to an historical piece. And it works beautifully.
(gb) wrote: Top movie. Fell in love with Reese Witherspoon after this movie. Both actors really impressed with this movie. Good viewing
(ag) wrote: A good Dark Comedy / Thriller Crossover with the hillarious Couple Steve Martin as Dentist and Helena Bonham-Carter as a lecherous Novocaine Junkie
(de) wrote: When the climax of a film is a man ripping out the heart of a dragon with his bare hands and then letting loose the most manly, blood chilling scream ever recorded on film, you're gonna have a good time.
(nl) wrote: "Simple Men" is a fine example that a low-budget independent movie can be not just underground, art-house or for a chosen few enlightened, but a very quality movie indeed. I love this movie, it has a purity and a simplicity that is rare, and one knows that because it is from Hal Hartley, because it is independent, because it does not have major stars, it didn't get the attention it deserved worldwide. Unfortunately there are many movies in this situation. I just happen to be lucky to have found this one. Two brother team up to search for their father. One (Robert John Burke, in an introspective performance) has just committed a great robbery but has been double crossed by his partners, and needs to flee town. The other has dropped from college. Their father is an ex-baseball player that has supposedly become a sort of terrorist rebel, and may have killed a few people some years ago. But this is not relevant. The brothers set off on a motorbike. They encounter one or two particular characters and then, when their bike breaks down, they end up in an out-of-season guest-house, run by Karen Sillas (beautiful!) a woman with a past. The rest of the movie they just hang out there. Karen's Romanian friend may know where their father is, Karen's ex-husband has just been released from jail and is a threat, Karen and Burke obviously fall in love, and through all this time the ghost of the police hot on their trail and the ghost of their father are always present. Like many non-mainstream movies, the dialogues are melancholic pieces of poetry, about life, about love, about simple people and simple men. All the supporting characters are also exquisite in their averageness. Beautiful the completely unnecessary scene where a gas station worker without nothing to do picks up an electric guitar and jams "Greensleeves". Scenes like this are what give the movie its passion. Ultimately they have to deal with themselves, with the past and with the future, facing their father, facing the consequences of life. Burke has to choose between escape from the police or stay with the woman that he loves... "Simple men" is a low-budget profound, sometimes rather slow, movie, with references from Goddard to Fritz Lang, which shows life simply, where the most important things are not said, but felt. The technical aspects may be crude, but the emotions are not. A pearl from Hal Hartley that, according to allmovie, is the "leader of the 1990s American independent filmmaking movement". If all independent movies were like "Simple men" than they would easily break up mainstream.
(fr) wrote: This could of been so much better. A well chosen cast that do their best amid the bad script and uneven story but only delivers a few laughs and the more it plods along the cheesier and more boring it gets.
(ru) wrote: Another flick Id heard such good things about & finally hunted down. Proust & JIrons... yes, yes. Luv JI & AD always.
(ca) wrote: My favorite Mattei film. Such a rip off and a movie that is all over the place, but it sure is fuuuun to watch!!
(fr) wrote: This movie was a typical Marx Brothers movie. The only plot is to win a college football game. Groucho is made the President of a fictional university where is son played by Zeppo Marx is a professional student whose been going to college for 12 years. It's a spoof of university life and college football during the leather helmet era. Groucho tries to pay a couple of pro players to play on his team as ringers. When he goes to a speak-easy to meet the players he mistakes Chico and Harpo as the ringer players. The interesting part of the movie is the fake football game at the end of the movie. They are all dressed in 1930's era football uniforms and make a joke out the sport with the comedy skits in the form of football plays. Before the comedy scenes there is some stock footage of a real football game.
(it) wrote: The delicious suspense in this movie was all but tangible, and the psychological elements that this movie employs leaves you wondering what was really real when the end finally comes. It takes you from that tension of waiting for jump scares to screaming at the television for him to turn around and go faster and to not hide behind the chainsaws, but then drowns you in his own emotional hopeless and mania as he finally breaks into desperation. The progression of his thoughts and mind into brokenness was perfectly illustrated in what ends up to be a golden example of psychological horror, while still appealing to lovers of all horror genres (except the horrid campy ones). A must see of those who wish to be asking themselves "what is reality?" every time a thought of this movie comes up.
(ag) wrote: how you like your ribs? Nuff said
(jp) wrote: Shirley MacLaine is as charming as ever. Loved the set-up and structure. One negative aspect was that the romance between Caine and MacLaine never felt real. Caine's character is a jerk throughout the movie, so it never makes sense for MacLaine to do anything for him out of love. But, fun movie.
(ru) wrote: cheesy , cheesy horror monster terrorizing new york city film. I watched it as a kid and found it scary , watched it 20+ years later and couldn't stop laughing
(au) wrote: Busting est un film plutt amusant pendant sa deuxime heure, lorsque l'intrigue se met rellement en route, grce aux interprtations adquates d'Elliott Gould, Robert Blake et Allen Garfield (particulirement excellent). Avant a, le ralisateur et son scnariste ne semblent pas savoir o ils veulent en venir et on s'ennuie poliment avant de rencontrer le grand bad guy. Ce ne serait pas si grave si le film de Peter Hyams ne souffrait pas autant de ses nombreux changements de ton et de ses gags un peu archaques.