Unplanned (2019) - Biography, Drama

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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 right to choose. Until the day she saw something that changed everything.

IMDB: 5.8
Director: Chuck Konzelman
Stars: undefined, Ashley Bratcher
Length: 109 Minutes
PG Rating: R
Reviews: 37 out of 456 found boring (8.11%)

One-line Reviews (105)

Propaganda .

Fake religious propaganda wrapped up in a (also fake) pretty actress box .

Typical anti-choice propaganda and bad acting on top of it.

This is christian anti-abortion propaganda, thinly veiled as a feature movie.

Pure propaganda .

It is worth the watch for anyone on either side of the fence because she takes you through that ride; it's a ride of curiosity and discovery.

It is well done and tells a compelling story of one woman's life and her experiences.

I think gripping is the best word, and the review IMDb has from a pro critic is absolute hogwash, and sounds like it was written by Planned Parenthood's PR department.

While I understand they wanted to portray the fact that abortionists see themselves as heroic, to actually use Christian music to portray this is confusing and bizarre at best.

A powerful and compelling story.

I expected a much more violent movie, but it was an exciting and interesting film.

Worth Watching .

If a film tells you HOW to think and/ or feel about a subject then first and foremost that said piece is pure propaganda.

The screenwriters deserve an award for making a subtle narrative compelling.

Anyway the film, it's harrowing but worth watching if you can get past seeing a dead fetus and an ultrasound of an abortion.

Unplanned is a compelling look inside the world of abortion clinics.

Propaganda is lies, this is not..there are others that have said the same that has worked for PPH.

If anything it is too high because many reviewers voted high just because they agreed with the politics of the propaganda.

excellent and engrossing .

I went to see the movie and can honestly say that the acting was fine and the story gripping, compelling, possibly life changing.

Having said that, apart from the propaganda machine of pro lifers and their disdain for Planned Parenthood, I thought that the movie told a compelling story of how a woman changed her feelings about abortion.

It is also gripping, shocking, and surprisingly even-handed in its presentations of what is, by any measure, a grisly procedure.


Nothing but scaremongering, pro-life propaganda, and very medically inaccurate.

I saw that this movie was available for download so I came to IMDB to read reviews and see if it was worth watching.

Unplanned is definitely worth watching.

The cinematography was bland.

PS: Ignore the reviewers calling this "propaganda".

It was just unexpected.

This film is full of proven lies, designed as an anti-abortion propaganda and should be avoided.

Very well done and enjoyable.

Definitely Worth Watching .

A breathtaking look into abortion .

Amazing movie, can be very intense .

The uterus is empty.

Propaganda .

Very Compelling .

The story is engaging enough that I didn't get bored and dramas aren't my thing.

Definitely worth watching it if you care about life.

This movie uses a terrible story line and fake gore in order to spur on pro-life propaganda.

Terrible pro-life propaganda .

Engaging, biased and unbiased.


Worth Watching .

In particular, the jolt at the end, that abortions will be allowed up to 24 weeks is misleading and where the propaganda machine set its wheels in motion.

Regardless of your thought on the Abortion debate, this movie is worth watching to experience what actually happens and has happened within the walls of Planned Parenthood.

The film was gripping, sad, and at times, you wonder just how on earth poor Abby could be so naive.

I just returned from seeing this powerful and compelling story told from the viewpoint of an abortion industry insider.

Biased Propaganda .

I didn't enjoy this as much as 'Gosnell', if one can consider watching movies about infanticide 'enjoyable'.

This movie is dangerous propaganda clearly written by people that don't exist in a real world.

I found the Mission Impossible films with Tom Cruise to be a little more intense and frightening that what I saw in Unplanned.

It's not even so bad it's good, as it is cheaply imitating better films before it, and as a result it's incredibly dull all around.

Acting was dull, especially regarding Abby's husband in the film, dude can't emote to save his life and he ruined several emotional scenes due to this.

Honestly worth watching at least once .

Poorly written, terrible acting, ridiculously bad propaganda from your right wing fundamentalist friends who don't believe either in abortion OR funding health care, education, child care, or food for poor people.

Study propaganda?

This film is full of proven lies and is designed as propaganda.

Stunning film .

They are often cheesy and predictable and are poorly acted.

Intense, honest, true...

Worth Watching .

I'm not sure what is most disappointing about this movie, that it was created and had enough funding to make it to theaters, people actually have watched it in theaters, or that viewers have fallen victim to its blatant propaganda and falsity enough to rate it any more than a single star.


Propaganda is information that is not impartial and used primarily to influence an audience and further an agenda, often by presenting facts selectively (thus possibly lying by omission) to encourage a particular synthesis, or using loaded messages to produce an emotional rather than rational response to the information presented.

Abby's journey, however, takes an unexpected turn, when her experiences reveal to her that she can help women much more outside of the clinic, than inside, leading her to resign from Planned Parenthood.

Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman have crafted an engaging adaptation.

It's a gripping story, brought to the screen by an engaging and not preachy script.

I left the theater shaken to my core.

This gripping movie is very impactful to viewers and brings this reality into light.

This story let's you understand the financial motives behind Planned Parenthood, and then reveals the confusion and heartbreak young ladies go through in making their decision to terminate a life growing inside of them.

Abby Hoffman's story is compelling, beautiful and brave and should be required viewing for post-modern civic literacy.

This movie was well acted, gripping and shows the truth about abortion.

If the sight of blood bothers you, you would find the film intense.

Anyone who's already Pro-Choice probably rolled their eyes when they saw the trailer and wrote it off as propaganda.

I find it very disturbing to hear how many in the information industry such as Google, Twitter, the movie rating agency, and music label companies appear to be trying to limit the exposure of the movie Unplanned to the public by shutting down accounts, labeling the show as propaganda, not allowing musicians to contribute music, or incorrectly assigning a R rating to the movie.

The acting was quite engaging, and the story held my interest throughout.

Anti-choice propaganda .

Pro-birth Propaganda .

propaganda .

Propaganda .

That being said, I covered my eyes during certain scenes and I'm glad I did because it was too intense for me.

It tells the truth about PP instead of the propaganda they spout.

Abby's story is intense and the actress portraying her does a superb job.

Anti-abortion propaganda .

I found the movie worth watching .

The movie opens pretty much at a gripping moment.

This movie is inspiring and I highly recommend it.

A pile of lies disguised as a thinly veiled propaganda .

Given that this movie is based on true life events makes it that much more intense.

This movie is anti-choice propaganda made to fearmonger pregnant people into keeping unwanted pregnancies.

Judging the story is probably the most subject to the effects of bias, but I found it to be a courageous story, but one that dragged in spots.

This movie also created a main character who was complex Christian who truly grappled with many of these intense emotions.

If you like propaganda, this is for you.

Propaganda at its worst .

This isn't a real film, it's a painfully dull and lifeless piece of propaganda.

And Abby's supervisor at Planned Parenthood was one of those cliche corporate bad guys you'd see in a bad made-for-TV movie where her company is trying to sue Santa or something ridiculous, she even had a line that's in the trailer, something along the lines of "You are breed to be a perfect specimen of corporate policy" - or something equally ridiculous.

while catastrophically disjointed and nonsensical, it was quite poorly constructed as a propaganda piece.


Not only is this strictly propaganda and not based in reality, the story is contrived, the dialogue is derivative, and the acting is just plain terrible.

The portrayal of her boss is very one dimensional painting that woman in strokes similar to the worst movie villains we can think of.

Gripping movie.

I went into this movie strongly pro-life and still walked out of the theater changed.

Knowing that, this story becomes very compelling and convicting.

Christian Propaganda .