It is alleged that Facebook blocks ads for the pro-life movie, and major movie critics ignore quite a bit.
It has been more than four years since over $ 2 million was raised by crowdfunding to make a Kermit Gosnell movie and today the movie finally hits the theaters. But you may not know.
We searched high and low for reviews of Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer among the common suspects, but reviews of regular critics for the Gosnell movie are scarce. Almost nonexistent, actually.
From Friday morning, the only Gosnell movie overview we showed up with Google and the Nexis newspaper this is in the Los Angeles Times .
Movie critic Michael Rechtshaffen points out that the Gosnell movie "never can be mistaken for a liberal bias", later uses concepts such as "sanctimonious" and "sensationalistic" to describe it.
The Gosnell movie is, of course, an exploration of crimes by the infamous Philadelphia doctor Kermit Gosnell, who performed abortions at a medical clinic in West Philadelphia. (In search of source material, the producers of the Gosnell movie chose this story of Longtime Philadelphia Journal Steve Volk 2014.)
In 2013, Gosnell was sentenced for first degree kill to kill three children in botched abortion procedures. He was also sentenced to conduct illegal abortion recently. Prosecutors said he killed infants by cutting their backbone with scissors.
Here's a trailer for the Gosnell movie:
"What's that smell ?" Asking Dean Cains, a Philly detective, when he walks into Gosnell's clinic for a search – a search that reveals no shortage of body parts and other phases. Gosnell's role is played by Earl Billings, who is best known for playing Rob in the 1970s sitcom "What Happens !!"
Outside the usual media, there is plenty of coverage of the Gosnell movie.
Conservative columnist Michelle Malkin calls it "the most important movie you've never heard of." There are reports that Facebook has refused to run ads for the Gosnell movie.