What is a grandma? Is she someone who should love and support her whole family or selectively destroy the weaker members of it? This movie voids the concept of what a family should be: a safe haven from the cruelty of the world. This movie continues to warp the core values of a just society. It attempts to convey the message that some lives matter less than others, that human rights should not be equally distributed, and that grandmothers who fight to kill their grandchildren are somehow heroes.
True heroes defend the lives of their family members, including those still awaiting their birth. A birth that this grandmother and her granddaughter both experienced yet want so desperately to deny to the child living and growing within her mother’s womb. This movie continues to solicit for the corruption of our children’s hearts and minds in an effort to rob their preborn sons and daughters of their freedom to live. Is this the kind of society we hope to enshrine?
There is nothing funny about killing a child clinging to her mother for life. Yet this ‘comedy’ attempts to make it just that. Funny. And it’s not. In fact, it’s sad.