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Come What May: A Pro-life Drama

Come What May is a new film that promotes pro-life values. But judging by the trailer and synopsis, nobody is actually pregnant in the movie.

The movie's lead isn't a woman struggling with a decision to keep or terminate a pregnancy, as one would expect. Instead, it centers around Caleb, a college freshman trying to decide whether to argue the pro-life or pro-choice side in his college moot court class. Rachel, his Christian teammate/crush urges him to do what's right, and argue against abortion.

The fact that the movie focuses on a man's struggle with the abstract idea of terminating a pregnancy makes its message less compelling to me. The acting doesn't help either. Check out the trailer and tell me what you think.

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a-million-suns a-million-suns 6 years
I'm with RockandRepublic. That was hilariously horrible.
RockAndRepublic RockAndRepublic 6 years
Lmao! Are you kidding?! I kept on waiting for one of them to break into laughter or for something to happen to let the 'audience'(don't know who'd pay to see this) that this was a crappy joke.
sassy_chick sassy_chick 6 years
Absolutely ridiculous. Pro-choice, please.
sprinkibrio sprinkibrio 6 years
Annonymous... I plan to be an OBGYN who provides abortions. Nothing "wrong" with any of those people listed on that site. You can't really judge the decisions of other MDs... we are constantly forced to deal with ethical issues and generally have strong reasons to back up our actions... we have to.
sprinkibrio sprinkibrio 6 years
Ridiculosity! Is this really a movie that will be in theaters? SO amateur.
Shadowcat14 Shadowcat14 6 years
weird
Shadowcat14 Shadowcat14 6 years
weird
runningesq runningesq 6 years
The point of Moot Court (as I did in law school), was to argue a side of an issue - persuasively - to a judge (usually a 3 judge panel). The point WASN'T to pick which side you thought was "right", morally. It's to practice critical thinking.
runningesq runningesq 6 years
The point of Moot Court (as I did in law school), was to argue a side of an issue - persuasively - to a judge (usually a 3 judge panel).The point WASN'T to pick which side you thought was "right", morally. It's to practice critical thinking.
tglynn tglynn 6 years
Interesting concept, but I couldn't even finish the trailer because of the acting and "dramatic music"
weffie weffie 6 years
I think it's interesting to see a man's perspective, but I'm a little pssed at the name... I don't wanna think about abortions whenever I watch Moulin Rouge!
Gdeeaz Gdeeaz 6 years
i agree with mamasita. to me a mans struggle with this issue is just as compelling as a womans.
Gdeeaz Gdeeaz 6 years
i agree with mamasita. to me a mans struggle with this issue is just as compelling as a womans.
tlsgirl tlsgirl 6 years
Oh lord. I'm sorry, but this sounds ridiculous. Seriously? A moot court class? Wow.
mamasitamalita mamasitamalita 6 years
why would a man's struggle with this be less compelling? sure he doesn't have to carry a child, but someday fatherhood may be in his future, or fatherING a child that his partner debates terminating. I think this should actually be an interesting perspective.
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