Despite a near complete blackout of national media coverage, the controversial film ‚ÄúGosnell; The Trial of America‚Äôs Biggest Serial Killer‚ÄĚ has scored a 98% percent positive rating from movie fans on RottenTomatoes.com.
Producers tell WND it‚Äôs ‚Äúunprecedented‚ÄĚ and ‚Äúby far the highest audience score of any feature film currently in theaters.‚ÄĚ
The massive wave of popularity among fans is in sharp contrast to establishment-media critics who have mostly refused to review the film. Despite being made available to all critics, the film was only reviewed by two major publications, the Los Angeles Times and TheWrap.com....
Some may have thought that the movie came out before Mid-term Elections to help remind voters of what was at stake. Well, it looks like the voters decided they didn't care about the issue this movie deals with. Looks like the pro-life viewpoint will remain the minority voice in the US.
I just checked online to see how the movie is doing at the box office. It is ranked twenty sixth, dropping from eighteenth last week. Not numbers to jump up and down about, but in the movie business, things move fast. You might be able to get a DVD copy at your local Big Lots or Dollar Tree any day now.