The message was good, but the acting and storyline was laughable and confusing at some points. The whole movie looks like it's videoed on an iPhone. It's hard to hear what the actors are saying. It's also weird that the actors were playing 15-16 year olds, but looked like they were in their early 30's. If I was pro-abortion, this movie would not change my mind on anything. Very disappointed since the trailer looked so good. "Unplanned" was so much better.
I really enjoyed both the acting in this movie and the message. It opened my eyes to the experiences and humanity of people involved in both sides of this issue. The movie was informative, engaging, and uplifting, and I was impacted by the appearance and words of Alveda King. Ben Davies and Emma Elle Roberts did a wonderful job portraying the innocence and confusion of the teenagers' struggle during such a time of emotional upheaval. The reminder of the message that every human is given the gift of the right first to life, then liberty and the pursuit of happiness in that order is inspiring and powerful. Well done, Jim Ball and company!
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Pro-choice or Pro-life, don't worry... this movie is NOT about christian morals, or shoving religion down your throats... It's an insight to the anxiety, confusion, and stress it takes when many of us get that scare. It's not a beat on women's rights, it's a film representing the 2 options a woman has. Amazing story, leaves such an impression on the way you look at life. The title 'Order of Rights' defines the order of unalienable; 1: Life, 2: Liberty, and 3: The Pursuit of Happiness