Wednesday, February 6, 2008

The failure of "4 months, 3 weeks, 2 days" in the USA

Jill Stanek's column on the release of "4 months, three weeks, two days" the Cannes Film Festival Award winning pro-abortion Romanian film highlights the fact that American critics were overwhelmingly supporting the film, which is now only open in 17 theatres, to the critics' disappointment.
To make matters worse, that little Indie film "Juno" with the suprisingly pro-life plot not only takes 4 Academy Award Nominations, but made over $100 million so far, and has it's soundtrack topping the music charts. This is an indication that "Juno" has achieved cult status, like it's twin, "Napoleon Dynamite".
That's why we need to publish at Catholic Media Review. We obviously reflect a greater majority of the American people with our pro-life, pro-family views, than the mainstream critics, and our viral growth in popularity in the month we have been blogging has proven this to be filling a need.

1 comment:

Tom M. said...

I have not seen "4 months", but Greydanus (Decent Films) and Overstreet (Looking Closer) both gave it positive reviews.