This Friday a movie opened entitled "October Baby". Basically, it is a movie about a young girl who finds out that an attempt to abort her failed and that she was subsequently adopted (and, thus, she embarks on a journey to reconcile with her biological mother). It's a film about looking life in the eye, acknowledging its brokenness, and learning to live anyway. In other words, it has a very "pro-life" theme (in the transcendental sense, not the political one).
I saw this film last night and I can attest that it is a powerful story. Cinematically, it isn't perfect, but by the end of it you won't really care.
Given the current climate in western media, it is somewhat of a miracle that a movie like this would be produced and so I believe it important to support it to show the entertainment media (i.e. Hollywood) that we want more movies that address topics like this to be produced. It's especially important to support a film during its opening weekend as box office numbers during an opening weekend often determine if similar films will be produced.
Please take the time this weekend to see this film. I guarantee that you won't regret it.
P.S. If the link isn't active for you, the website for the movie is http://www.octoberbabymovie.net/