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Please know that some of these movies are not suitable for children. In many of the films, the pro-life message is subtle but present.
Maafa 21: Black Genocide in 21st Century America (2009)
A stunning expository of the rampant racism in abortion industry, that began as a eugenics movement and continues today in the targeting of minority communities by Planned Parenthood.
I Was Wrong (2007)
Norma McCorvey, “Jane Roe” of Roe v. Wade, never could have imagined the outcome of her deception: 4,000 abortions a day since 1973. Norma never had an abortion, but her Supreme Court case brought abortion on demand to America. Joyce Zounis’ choice of abortion, not once but seven times, nearly cost her life. This is the story of Norma and Joyce and how they found healing.
Lake of Fire (2006)
Rating: Not rated.
This graphic documentary explores both sides of the abortion struggle. The movie contains footage of actual abortions and of extremists protesting outside of abortion clinics.
The Silent Scream
The Silent Scream has been called the most important pro-life video in the history of legalized abortion. This videos shows through ultrasound an abortion being performed and a child screaming inside the womb.
View online: http://www.silentscream.org/video1.htm
Pro-Life Themes and Messages
Bella is a true love story about how one day in New York City changed three people forever. This movie looks at adoption in a whole new light. Winner of the 2006 Toronto Film Festival’s People Choice Award.
When Juno, a teenage girl pregnant by her best friend, finds out that her unborn baby has fingernails, she decides to forgo her plan to have an abortion, and instead embarks on a quest to find a family responsible enough to adopt her child. Winner of the 2008 Academy Award for Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen, and Nominee for the 2008 Academy Awards for Best Actress, Best Director, and Best Picture. Warning: crude language.
A Distant Thunder (2004)
Things are not always as they seem, especially when entering the halls of a desperate mind. The 2006 Crown Award Winner for Best Drama -Gold, Best Screenplay -Gold, and Best Picture -Silver.
Amazing Grace (2006)
The idealist William Wilberforce maneuvers his way through Parliament in 19th century England, endeavoring to end the British transatlantic slave trade.
Holly’s Story (2002)
Faced with the dilemma of an unplanned pregnancy, Holly makes a choice – a choice that affects the rest of her life.
One Day in May (2002)
A college senior must overcome abuse and betrayal to fight for the life of his girlfriend’s unborn baby.
Children of Men (2006)
In 2027, in a chaotic world in which humans can no longer procreate, a former activist agrees to help transport a miraculously pregnant woman to a sanctuary at sea, where her child’s birth may help scientists save the future of humankind.
Jenna is a pregnant, unhappily married waitress in the deep south. She meets a newcomer to her town and falls into an unlikely relationship as a last attempt at happiness.
Knocked Up (2007)
For fun-lving party animal Ben Stone, the last thing he ever expected was for his one night stand to show up on his doorstep eight weeks later to tell him she’s pregnant. Winner of two 2007 Teen Choice Awards. Warning: Crude language and behavior.
Gattaca is the fictional story of a genetically inferior man who assumes the identity of a superior one in order to pursue his lifelong dream of space travel. This movie explores what could happen in a society with “designer” babies and gene selection.
The Island (2005)
A man goes on the run after he discovers that he is actually a “harvested being,” and is being kept along with others in a utopian facility.
The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996)
Rating: PG 13
After being rescued and brought to an island, a man discovers that its inhabitants are experimental animals being turned into strange looking humans, all of it the work of a visionary doctor.