Gosnell: The Trial Of America's Biggest Serial Killer User Reviews

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  • 5 stars This movie and the facts it describes are such a slam to our enlightened society that now it is no longer being shown ANYWHERE! No matter your opinion on abortion this event is a reality. It has to be shown
  • 5 stars Very Honest Look at Society
  • 5 stars A truthful sad story and respectfully done in this movie. A must see.
  • 5 stars The film deals with many layers of the abortion issue and the deranged man who acts as though he is helping women, yet actually takes advantage of them. I believe the grotesque facility was portrayed realistically. Anyone who sees this film cannot help but question the pro-choice view. The characters were believable in their roles. I found Sara Jane Morris as the ADA excellent in her portrayal. The movie tastefully dealt with the subject matter, not being too graphic but just descriptive enough so that you knew what was hidden. I may actually see this a second time.
  • 5 stars Truthful , not made up
  • 5 stars If you value your fellow humans, you should see this movie. Abortion leaves in its wake many casualties— death, injury, and deep emotional scars. Gosnell preyed upon society’s most vulnerable and oppressed, knowing that he could get away with it because no one would come looking for them. “Woman’s right to choose” was a very convenient curtain under which he could operate with no oversight. We all know that abortion will always exist— but there are ways to change hearts and minds, and to support and educate vulnerable populations.
  • 5 stars Unbelievable that Gosnell's story wasn't portrayed sooner. This was a truly evil man. He didn't care about his patients and he didn't respect the law in any way, shape or form.
  • 5 stars We Have to Touch People’s Hearts Before We Can Change Their Minds If a loved one or friend is on the fence about abortion, take them to see this movie. It will open their eyes to the truth about abortion. The movie is not gory and can be seen by adults and teenagers. Although the subject matter of this movie is disturbing, it is filmed in the manner of a “Law and Order” type television show and does an excellent job of presenting the facts about abortion without showing offensive, graphic images. Just like the trial that occurred in 2013, this movie is not being promoted by the media because it tells the truth about abortion. Despite the media blackout, it was the #1 independent film on its opening weekend and the #10 film nationwide. The movie review website Rotten Tomatoes, gave it a 98% audience “like it” rating. Both the Rotten Tomatoes website and the movie’s facebook page show many instances of people reviewing the film who were “pro-choice” and whose minds were changed about abortion after seeing this movie. This film is touching people’s hearts and changing people’s minds. Take along a loved one or friend and go see it now.
  • 5 stars Very well acted, with a great cast. Captured my interest from the beginning. It told the story of a prolific serial killer, without being graphic, gory or relying on shock value.
  • 5 stars A story that needed to be told.Very well done.

Gosnell: The Trial Of America's Biggest Serial Killer

Genre:  Drama
Running Time:  93 min.
Release Date: October 12, 2018

Current rating: Rating: 4.93
based on 204 votes and 70 reviews
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Cast: Dean Cain, Sarah Jane Morris, Nick Searcy, Janine Turner, Michael Beach, Earl Billings

Gosnell: The Trial Of America