April 02, 2019

Twitter censorship drama hits pro-life film “Unplanned” that's making box office waves. Coincidence?

Ben DaviesRebel Host | Rebel Reel Reviews

Planned Parenthood’s worst nightmare, the movie Unplanned tells the true story of its former "Employee of the Year," Abby Johnson, whose world was rocked when she realized the lies she’d been sold about abortion, and the reality of what she was doing.

Fun fact: In its opening weekend, Unplanned pulled more money per screen than Captain Marvel did in its third week.

Now, Twitter is under fire and facing backlash after the movie’s account was suspended.

Claiming it was an error, the account is now back up, and its number of followers is climbing.

Are we supposed to believe it was just a coincidence that an eye-opening movie about America’s biggest abortion provider can’t even be followed by its own star, Ashley Bratcher?

Of course not. You know you’re onto something when Twitter suspends your movie account and the Vice President of the United States gives you a shout-out.

But hype, controversy and hot-button issues alone don’t make a good movie, so I'll give you a critical review.

They say a good movie is one you remember after the credits roll. On that front, Unplanned is a movie that you might never forget.

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commented 2019-04-03 06:54:14 -0400
The Democrats live abortion while fighting for the rights of illegal immigrant children.
commented 2019-04-02 19:59:21 -0400
A society obsessed with murdering its’ own babies is unquestionable in decline.
commented 2019-04-02 16:48:13 -0400
ANDREW STEPHENSON commented 4 hours ago:

Quoting from my (Jan G) comment: “Twitter, Netflix, etc all banned advertising for this movie, it was rated R, yet, it was #5 at the box office opening night this past weekend."
Andrew Stephenson’s comment:
There were only three movies that saw widespread distribution last weekend. It was well behind the now month-old Captain Marvel.
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Really Andrew?