Speaking as someone who was an accidental pregnancy, and basically THE reason why her parents ended up marrying..? I'm someone who might never have been born, if things had turned out differently. My mom once told me, openly and honestly, that she would have had an abortion, had my dad NOT decided to marry her. As she was not in a good position to raise a kid all by herself. But once they decided to marry, and to keep me..? They went all-in, and made it their lives' mission to be the best possible parents. Which.. they weren't perfect. As I was a pretty darn difficult, NOT very typical child. But I dare say they did well, regardless! And definitely the best they COULD have done at the time, with the knowledge and experience they possessed.
Anyway.. Point is, I have NEVER blamed her for that. Because I would have felt the same way, in that situation. And the thing is, if I had been aborted as a fetus..? It never would have hurt me. Because I never would have known. And then..? This whole crazy adventure would simply not have happened. And I would have been NONE the wiser! Which, by the way..? It would have been the exact same result as if they'd just never had sex, and that egg had never been fertilized, to begin with. And I know personally..? I just don't see why the moment of conception is considered to be such a ginormous turning point, by so many people! Why removing a tiny collection of cells early on..? Is: "ZOMG, MURDER!!!11" Whereas the egg not getting fertilized, and being expelled by the body each month..? Is somehow not! Even though technically, that too had the potential to become a life…
My whole thing is, I don't want fetuses to suffer. So to me, when they start developing a complex nervous system, and the ability to feel pain and such..? THAT should be the most important turning point. During a very long and GRADUAL transition from being a lump of cells, towards becoming a baby. But that point, from what I've researched..? Happens way later in the pregnancy. During the point where abortions would usually not be legal, anyway. Except for in a RARE few exceptions, maybe. Such as with women who just simply cannot carry to term, because it would be fatal for them.
..So yeah. There you go. That's my fifty cents. And no.. I do NOT plan on subjecting myself to the unending torture that that movie is likely to be.. I usually can't watch Christian movies without wanting to punch and kick things, out of sheer frustration. :S