You won’t see Termination 2 at the movies
Liberal Hollywood shies away from abortion
Pregnancy and “the a-word” at the multiplex
2007 featured a surprising number of films affirming the sanctity of life.
By Mark Moring | posted 2/20/2008
What It’s All About
Hollywood now handles abortion with breezy self-righteousness. It didn’t use to.
by MEGHAN COX GURDON
‘Bella’ and the Pro-Life Film Trend
by L. Brent Bozell III
Go Forth and Multiply
Abortion in Hollywood Movies of the ’90s
In spite of what you’ve heard, abortion was not an option in that decade’s mainstream Hollywood cinema
Pregnant With Meaning? Alas, We Were Expecting More.
The Politics of ShmashmortionKnocked Up as litmus test.
By Dana Stevens
You Can’t Do That On Television
The Conspicuous Absence of Abortion on TV
By Rachel Fudge
Abortion at the movies
“Cider House” fails where “High Fidelity” rules.
May 15, 2000 By Audrey Fisch
Knocked Up’ Bans Abortion from Script
“Knocked Up” is about a woman with an unintended pregnancy that could wreck her career. So why is the possibility of an abortion expurgated from the script? Sandra Kobrin sees anti-choice propaganda at a cinema near you.
By Sandra Kobrin
“I’ve been making the rounds of “Smushmortion” Cinema.”
by Susie Bright
Changing the script on teen pregnancy
by Ellen Goodman
Hollywood’s real hot potato
Abortions in Film
by Ezra Klein