Entertainment Weekly Weeps ‘Warm and Vulnerable’ Abortion Comedy ‘Nominated for Nothing’

  By Katie Yoder Entertainment Weekly is trying a new method of writing: Oscar obituaries. In a Jan. 26 piece for Entertainment Weekly (EW), writer Emily Blake lamented that “abortion comedy” “Obvious Child” was “nominated for nothing” for the upcoming Oscars. Laying out the reasons for the Oscar-censorship, she bashed the Academy Awards for refusing …

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“Obvious Child” arriving in UK, another chance to pretend the movie isn’t a “abortion comedy”

  By Dave Andrusko With the “abortion comedy” Obvious Child slated to open in the United Kingdom at the end of the month, the director and leading actress took the opportunity to sit down with a writer from the Daily Telegraph to (ah) clarify what the movie is (ah) really about. What comes forth from …

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The many pro-abortion agendas “Obvious Child” serves

  By Dave Andrusko As we anticipated last week, the accolades for “Obvious Child”—the abortion “comedy”—are starting to roll in. How could it be otherwise when the film, directed by Gillian Robespierre and starring Jenny Slate as Donna Stern, serves to promote so many pro-abortion agendas and is so, so hilarious? (Heads up—“Obvious Child” is, …

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“Obvious Child”: a movie that scrapes the bottom of the barrel

  By Dave Andrusko Last month NRL News Today posted a critique of “Obvious Child,” a new “abortion-themed romantic comedy.” Unless you believe (which I don’t) that there is some depth to which pro-abortionists can sink that other pro-abortionists won’t happily defend, you won’t be surprised that Amanda Hess found “Obvious Child” to be “the …

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The kind of minds that produce “an abortion-themed romantic comedy”

  By Dave Andrusko I’ve been meaning to get to this since last week. The subhead on the article that appeared in the uber-pro-abortion Village Voice is “A Rom-Com of One’s Own,” as in Romantic Comedy. But the headline that it follows is “Obvious Child Director Gillian Robespierre Explains Her Abortion-Themed Romantic Comedy.” Yes, you …

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