فيلم Unplanned


Unplanned is a movie starring Ashley Bratcher, Brooks Ryan, and Robia Scott. All Abby Johnson ever wanted to do was help women. As one of the youngest Planned Parenthood clinic directors in the nation, she believed in a woman's...

Other Titles
Nieplanowane, Inesperado
Running Time
1 hours 49 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Biography
Cary Solomon, Chuck Konzelman
Cary Solomon, Chuck Konzelman, Abby Johnson
Brooks Ryan, Ashley Bratcher, Jared Lotz, Robia Scott
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

As one of the youngest Planned Parenthood clinic directors in the nation, Abby Johnson was involved in upwards of 22,000 abortions and counseled countless women on their reproductive choices. Her passion surrounding a woman's right to choose led her to become a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood, fighting to enact legislation for the cause she so deeply believed in. Until the day she saw something that changed everything.

Comments about drama «Unplanned» (22)

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It was nice to see a real movie instead of some generic Hollywood sexploitation. Thanks. The problem is that there's a lot of things missing, especially the small details, the things you'd really miss if you just saw the movie on your TV. Like the wings, the horns, the nose, the eyes, and of course the bat. Oh, there's also an obvious genitalia scene, but there's not a lot of that. And no, that's not her kissing the jock. Those are just incidental bits. Sure, the story and the special effects are great, but there's too many ideas left out of the script. What about the bugs? The teeth? The hidden yellow kid? The big thong? All those references? The light of the cigarette? The back-stabbing of the boss? The destruction of the icebreaker? That's not even mentioned. The face is a bit fuzzy, not that big a difference, but it's a bit off. The movie could've used that. Most important, the air is blue. It is really cool. If I was you, I would have gone for that. We could talk about that a lot, and see this movie on DVD. Thank you. I know the end will be your big surprise. I look forward to seeing that in the theaters. I'm not a huge fan of that time of the year, but the summer blockbusters. I have to say, it's the best summer ever, that's for sure. Although, if I remember correctly, "Prom Night" was the first summer movie with a gay element, it was an ordinary summer movie. The story gets worse. Sorry. Hope you enjoy your summer.

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Jose P.

It is not the usual movie about a week in the life of an ordinary person. But what does happen in every week in the life of the ordinary person? A man who is divorced lives the best day he ever knew. His wife who used to love him too also lives the best day he ever knew. But he does not know how to love and be loved by his wife again and he seems to be out of it. With his daughter who is a brat, he is unable to understand the power of his daughter to affect his life and how he is to run with his daughter and how he may finally learn to be able to love without using his daughter to make his life so much better. Some others may love it as much as I do. It was a good movie and worth watching.

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Maria Ruiz

I went to see this movie hoping for it to be good and a good movie. I was not disappointed, this movie is actually better than its reputation. I'm going to be honest, the film had me intrigued the whole way through but I found myself actually dreading it. I could tell it was a high budget movie but its almost never used. As I got to the end, I couldn't wait for the film to end, I was so sad and I thought "This was gonna be good, not great, but it was good". I honestly think this movie is better than many people give it credit for. I honestly thought that the ending would be better but the ending really was good. It just fit the film. I honestly don't think this movie deserves so much hate. It is definitely not as good as people make it out to be but it definitely is worth checking out.

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Saw a trailer for this movie that pretty much spelt it all out. Pretty good acting, great direction, and strong story. I thought it was going to be another heartwarming movie about growing up and helping someone, but in the end I found it to be a bit too depressing. I knew it wasn't going to be a movie that I would make a big deal out of, but it was still very depressing. So I didn't get really attached to anyone, and really just kept checking on how I was going to make my movie out of it. I just really didn't have any feeling for anyone in the movie. It wasn't until my girlfriend's boyfriend broke it up at the last minute that I started to feel a bit better. It was still too depressing for me, and it took a good hour of me thinking about how bad it was before I felt like the movie was good enough to make it into my collection. I think a lot of people will enjoy the movie, and I think it will be something you would enjoy. But for me, it wasn't good enough to stay there.

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Billy Hansen

Saw this at TorontoIFF. I was disappointed with the ending and was hoping for more but was actually very pleased. Story focuses on women, which is really not a surprise. I enjoyed the different plot lines that were interesting to me. Laura Dern and Suzanne Pleshette are strong leads in this movie. I also enjoyed the accent change by the camera person. I haven't seen the original but the accent change was interesting.

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Being such a fan of Amy Winehouse, I decided to check out this documentary, which mostly focuses on the years before and after the singer's death, but it doesn't do her justice. I was surprised at how much time was spent on her music, especially the semi-popular songs. It really made me appreciate what she put into her music. I really don't think people get enough credit for making great music. I also liked the way the interviewees were asked not to reveal their real names (which they did) in an attempt to protect their privacy. And, of course, Amy is the one that everyone falls in love with. I felt like her voice was so perfect, so inviting, so just a good person, and I felt that the way she sang and the way she created songs and played instruments was brilliant. I especially loved her live performances, especially her brilliant song "Nasotha Lover." I think it was a great song, and I'll certainly be listening to it on vinyl. Overall, I thought the movie was very informative, but a little overblown. I'm not sure if it's about Amy Winehouse or if it's about her music. Anyway, the documentary was great and I definitely recommend it. Also, this is the first Amy Winehouse documentary I've seen, so I won't be sure what to expect. So, in summary, this is a very good documentary, but it isn't Amy Winehouse's best.

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We really enjoyed this film for what it was: an artistic depiction of an unlikely friendship between a young gay man and a young reporter. I liked the film for the wonderful cast and the actors themselves, particularly the central role. I loved the simple writing, the clever dialogue, the wise observation, and the transitions. I enjoyed the directing as well. I also think the director captured a lot of the tension of the time period. I'm sure many people will criticize the ending, which I don't agree with. I thought it was an original idea that I liked.

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Jean S.

Well I had no idea I was going to watch a movie as I saw the title on the back of a box of tissues. So I went into the store and was greeted by my sister and I had to do some research. So I am taking a long, but enjoyable nap. I know it's late, but I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed this movie. It's certainly not for everyone, but I think a lot of people would like it. The movie is based on a true story, but I think it would have worked better as a TV movie or an American short film. The thing that sets this movie apart from the other "true story" movies is that it really is not as long as some other Hollywood "true story" movies. There is less talking, less actual talking, and less interactions between people. They had a lot of extras that were extras in some real-life church. And the fact that the people in the church were actually REAL people was more interesting to me. The performances are pretty good, and the directing was good as well. So I would definitely recommend it. I just hope it doesn't come out on video.

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Wayne Rios

Seen here on DVD as a 'night' movie, I found this movie to be rather long-winded and boring. There's plenty of eye-candy to look at, but it's all used up quickly. If you can survive the occasional laughing moment or two, this film is worth a look, but don't expect too much out of it.

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Gregory B.

Even though this movie isn't a documentary, it is interesting enough to keep one interested. It features some truly horrible actors. I'll give the producers credit for bringing on them, but they aren't worth watching.

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Terry A.

After the success of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Warner Bros. moved out of the film series and with it the star system. What was once a series of fantasy adventures became more of a film franchise, which began with a new fantasy film, The Dark Tower, made a few years ago. The movie was written by Stephen King, who is not the best writer in the world, but this film was quite successful. To my surprise, my family had not seen the film and all I could think was "We have missed this film." The movie does not have the dark tone of the Harry Potter films, in fact, it has more of a comic book feel to it. In the past, I have enjoyed the Harry Potter films for the magic, the imagination and the science behind it all. However, to me, the darker tone makes this film seem too silly, and I don't think the audience will get into it. The film is all about three friends who meet and fall in love over a game of Dungeons and Dragons. They meet and fall in love after a dream sequence that has a surprise ending. I have never seen a film like this before, and I feel it was a true fantasy film. I believe in the fantasy genre, I think it's the genre that comes the closest to my heart, it's the fantasy film I feel most connected to. It's fun, it's beautiful, and it makes me think. This is also why I loved Harry Potter, because it is pure fantasy. If you are a fan of fantasy films, don't miss this movie. 7/10

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Nancy Matthews

I didn't expect the film to be good, i mean everyone know that 30 mins of a film are not enough to tell the story of a person and not to explain why and how. But the story of this little girl was fascinating and the way the story was told was very clear. That's the reason why i gave it a 7, because it wasn't really all that impressive. And the movie didn't make it as scary as it could be. The only scary parts were the ones when the girl was biting the bars and the biting made my blood flow. The movie was a good job because it was in no way as horrible as some of the horror movies out there.

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I haven't liked a movie this much since Citizen Kane, and this one is pretty damn good. Sure it's very long and in the end you'll wonder why you spent any time on it. But I'm glad I did. The movie has a great cast of actors, with a great script. I know that I have seen movies like this in the past, and they aren't bad, but this one has depth, a great cast, and depth. I don't know much about the history of the movie, but I think that the conflict was not so much between the two wives, but between the rich and the poor, and the older and younger generations, all sides being portrayed realistically. I was really moved, and I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes a really good drama. Good job!

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Tiffany Cole

I am not a fan of Judy Garland, but I can understand her accent. I don't think many other would know of the Irish mother, so her accent is lost on us. Of course, we aren't aware of her mother's emotions, and how often it seems to her that the Irish mother acts as if she are totally devastated about her own daughter's departure. It does not add much to the story, because it just comes out of left field and out of the blue. But I suppose the emotions are very obvious. The grandmother seems to be very depressed and mostly sobbing, as if the whole thing has really hit her. The mother does not seem to have much to say, although her husband never interrupts the couple, and she can hardly stand her husband's philandering. We don't know what she is thinking, but we see the bottomless sigh she displays when she finally gives up, because she realizes she must change. But she does not do it, because she realizes the one she loves, is dying, too. After she goes into the hospital, we see that her husband has just got up from the kitchen and is walking to the elevator. The elevator door is open. And it is open in an old part of the building, which she knows is old. After she leaves the hospital, it opens up on the other side, and we hear her hear footsteps running down the stairs. From the elevator door, we see a man in his early thirties, sitting on a bench. It is the grandfather, who seems to be more depressed than the grandmother. He seems to have had a difficult time at home, and has lost his job, because his co-worker turned him down. He has been given a promotion, but he complains to his wife, who tells him that she does not know what to say. This is after she has had the original singer from the group come in, and tell her that he needs to rest. He is too old, they have decided, and they are not sure what to do. The grandfather tells his wife that he is going to take the bus, to get to the airport, because he had to take his grand-daughter and the co-worker with him. He does not want to go through the airport, so he stays home. The grandfather knows he must take a day off, because he must go to the bank to get his own money. But after he picks up the money, he is able to get his daughter's daughter's mother to let him take her. She is able to bring a bowl of soup and take her granddaughter's body to the hospital, and get the job at the hospital. We are not sure how this happened, because the woman did not seem to be very supportive of the grandmother, and she had no idea what was going on. The grandfather's wife gets the job at the hospital, and we see her giving the first big hug to the woman's grandmother, and she is really crying now. We are not sure how she was connected to the group. We do not know if the mother herself was supposed to be part of the group, or if she had joined the group because of the grand-daughter. We have no idea what we are supposed to take from this story, because there is nothing really going on. We are not allowed to know what the grandmother's life is like, except that she is always crying, and she is always in a terrible depression. I felt this story was unimpressive. It does not add much to the story, except maybe to the grandfather's wife, and she seems to be in a bad mood, and not caring about the grand-daughter, who is gone from her sight. The film is beautiful. It is true to the period, and the look of the house, with the pictures of the childhood, and the parents' stories, and the grand-daughter and grandmother. Judy Garland was great, and she was in the film all the way through. And this is a true story, so what did you expect?

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Mark Curtis

I was surprised to see the US release had the middle class setting of the past. There are very good "warts and all" stories about the "low-low" but the stories are "severely doped up". With better stories the low class setting of the past would have been okay. But the "twisted tale" style isn't really used to good advantage. So this is one of those movies with an informative plot and interesting characters, but you're not really interested in it.

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Marie Sullivan

An extremely long documentary, The Man in the White Suit, addresses the topic of discrimination between 'natives' and 'foreigners'. Although it is very much about the 'foreign' side of the story, it is actually about the discrimination of 'native' people against 'foreign' people. The documentary is structured as an interview between a Hungarian Professor and a black American doctor. The interviewees are always shown as contrasting the 'native' and 'foreign' attitude and identities in their own cultural perspective. Throughout the whole film we have the feeling that there is a rather poor intention to help the viewer get the overall idea that the discrimination towards 'foreigners' is very severe and painful. The subject of discrimination in the film is indeed really well explained, and it is certainly a must see for anyone who wants to get an idea of the discrimination 'foreigners' are suffering in their own country. However, if you are interested in the topic of racism in general, this documentary is not that important. Most of the subjects talked about in the documentary were not really a part of the actual story in Hungary, but rather an example to show that it is very easy to criticize the 'foreigners' who do not know the Hungarian language, and often do not know Hungarian culture, when you are not actually from Hungary and understand the history and the local customs of the country. The documentary could have been more focused and a bit shorter and longer. The subject of discrimination in general is very well described, but there is not a lot of information on 'the real story'. In the end, the overall message is clear, and this documentary is definitely worth seeing.

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Ok so I'm a millennial, born in the 80's and played the video games. The new coming of age movie "Too Young to Die" will be a favorite of mine since I watched it in 2009. The movie opens with what can only be described as a "holy crap, what is this?!" moment. I mean, if the director of this movie wanted to shock the audience with a plot twist I will say that the director should have been more subtle about it. The beginning of the movie was very well done, and as a result kept me interested. However, after the obligatory twists and turns the movie was obviously a sequel. I mean I know the movie can be self-aware, but I felt it was clearly over done with. As a follow-up to "Wait, You're Not THAT Young Yet" is a very satisfying sequel to a very decent movie. I still think "Wait, You're Not THAT Young Yet" is the better of the two movies, but the second movie to the very popular horror movie franchise "The Blair Witch Project" does get a "WTF!" factor out of the plot of "Too Young To Die". A pretty funny and very realistic twist is left unexplored at the end of the movie. Watch the movie "The Blair Witch Project" instead.

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I haven't seen this in a few years but I remember it being a beautiful film. It was shot on location and also was based on the life of a high school teacher who died at the age of 60. I was lucky enough to watch the movie and am glad that I did. It is a well acted film with a strong story. The film has very little violence and is very focused on the teacher's life. It was also very intense at times, but never to the point of becoming boring. It does tend to be a bit slow to some but is still an excellent film.

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Madison V.

A beautiful and moving film about a brother, his wife and daughter who survives the holocaust. I was really surprised to see that it was made in the 90's. I saw "FDR" in the 90's, and I loved that film, but this film is so much better. There are some really tragic scenes, like the crying of the children. Also, I am really surprised to see that there is no nudity or sexual content in the film. That was one of the main things I disliked about the original film. I think this film is more about the meaning of family than the violence. The mother, the father and the brother are all very good. I think that there is no need to watch the original film, because it is an excellent film, and this film is more about the meaning of family. This film is a must see for anyone who wants to see a good film, or maybe to see an excellent film.

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Mildred H.

This is a really interesting film and I recommend it as a film for everyone of any age. I don't understand why this film did not do well at the box office and I wish that this film would have received more attention. The movie has the look of a TV movie. This is not a bad thing but it could have used some much more attention to detail. The acting is excellent. It is about the 17 year old who was molested by her mother's boyfriend who is a popular teacher. The little girl has the best mother in the world who is her mother's son's teacher. The boy starts to have trouble with his mother and his boyfriend starts to play with his sister's boyfriend. The boy starts to believe his mother was lying to him about what happened. This is really a compelling story that had my attention the whole way through. This is an excellent film and I suggest you check it out.

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Julia Brooks

Bruh I am really not really sure what this movie was all about. It had a few good bits in it but its got the whole meal with the most of the film it left with me wanting to just watch some normal ballerina gymnastics and some kid grow up. This was about a young child going through puberty and the stifling of her father's desires to be a man. As a matter of fact a lot of the things she was told or had to do were outright cruel. For example the large girl being made to play a girl role in a show. It wasn't about that she wanted to be a boy and so he forced her to do it. Instead it was about her trying to be her true self and keeping her father's beautiful wishes to her heart. The movie did an okay job in showing her true feelings for her father and her real parents that were nowhere near as cruel as the parts of this movie would have you believe. It was like a movie on feelings. But as for me I was left feeling really unsatisfied. The ending seemed unsatisfying and lacking. I didn't really find the ending that good and felt the same. It seemed like a movie that went on and on for too long and it was a really long movie. If you like ballerinas or say you do then this movie is worth the watch. If not I doubt it will be. 5.5/10

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Stephanie Diaz

As a self-confessed fan of Terrence Malick I wanted to see "Ashes and Diamonds" with this in mind and I was not disappointed. It's certainly not a film that makes me sit up and take notice, but it's still a very powerful and moving film. I believe Malick could have gone overboard with the symbolism and philosophical musings, but at the same time I believe the film is more successful than it should have been in conveying a very powerful message about humanity and human nature. The film goes beyond themes like race and gender and also uses them in an ironic way. If anything, it brings into question the concept of race and how we as a species view people. It questions our understanding of our very own racial constructs and what they mean for us. Overall, I think this is a very powerful film that I think will have a profound effect on the viewer and will leave a deep impression on them.