DAILYKENN.com -- The movie is performing above exceptions but is, nonetheless, being yanked from a number of cinemas.
Gosnell chronicles a chapter of the American Holocaust as executed by Kermit Gosnell, a physician considered America's most proficient serial killer.
Think of Josef Mengele in blackface. Multiply the alleged crimes against children one million times. Finally, take note that Gosnell's crimes are well documented. Mengele's crimes are hearsay.
Gosnell owned and operated the Women's Medical Society clinic in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he killed three post-natal babies and countless pre-natal babies. He was convicted of murder for the three deaths.
Although black, Gosnell was hailed by anti-black racist for the number of black babies killed in his "clinic".
What do we take away from this?
Consider the atrocities consigned to Hitler's Germany. Notice that such crimes are being committed in real time with the blessings, encouragement, and complicity of Democrats. Then ask yourself, "Why are we tolerating real-life 'Nazis' in our nation?"
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When "Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer" was released last week, 668 theaters decided to hold screenings of the independent film. The movie quickly surpassed expectations by grossing $1.2 million on just 668 screenings of the film, Daily Wire reported. It even was put in the top 10 film list. Now, 188 theaters have dropped the film, 15 of which were top-performing multiplexes.
"Gosnell" executives aren't surprised by the move, especially after the up-hill battle they've faced producing and placing the film.
"I can tell you from my experience in 15 years of releasing movies independently, we’re in uncharted territories," the film's marketing director, John Sullivan, told Daily Wire. "It is an impacted fall, no doubt about it, but the fact that we’ve been dropped from theaters where the movie is the number 6 or number 9 movie is just something you don’t see. It’s hard not to believe it isn’t about the content of the movie."
Sullivan said some smaller theaters pulled the movie to make way for "Halloween," which is projected to be a best-seller, but the same can't be said for theaters were 20 plus movies are showing.
"We have theaters that are dropping that are top theaters, that are performing very well. We’ve been the number 6 in a 15-plex and it gets dropped this week. We’ve been number 9 in a 30-plex and we’re getting dropped this week. There are about 15 theaters like that where typically you would not get dropped," Sullivan said. "I do recognize it’s a crowded marketplace – 'Halloween' is going to be a huge opening but it’s very odd to me that you’re within the top 10 and you’re getting dropped out of a movie house."
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