PG, because of course it is. I mean, the movie talks about reproductive rights and abortion, so I wouldn't show this to the really young. It is a documentary about Ruth Bader Ginsburg, so when you are looking for that sweet PG movie to entertain your kids, maybe don't consider a documentary about extremely heavy issues. In terms of actually showing content, there's none of that. It's not like Ruth Bader Ginsburg just starts shouting expletives at the camera or anything like that. PG.
DIRECTORS: Julie Cohen and Betsy West
See, I'm about to make everyone mad. No one is going to be on my team after this, with the exception of one or two people on Facebook who probably won't read this. I'm a Pro-Life Feminist. Every other feminist in the world is probably shouting "You can't be a feminist and deny what a woman wants to do with her body." Every pro-lifer I know thinks I don't know what feminism really means and that I've been brainwashed by the liberal media. I'm a white male and I know that I've had an unprecedented amount of privilege in my lifetime. While, undoubtedly, I want people to listen to my opinion, I also know that I don't have the same problems or insight into the world's problems. But I do want to say two things very clearly: I am always going to fight for life from conception to natural death and that I will fight for women to have the same treatment and rights as men. Strap in. This is going to get awkward.
RBG rides really high on the fumes of how much people already love her. If I went back to the early 2000s,
Film is great. It can challenge us. It can entertain us. It can puzzle us. It can awaken us.
Mr. H has watched an upsetting amount of movies. They bring him a level of joy that few things have achieved.