This is a trailer for a movie called Come What May, but the working title was This Is Your Movie:

–Jack Nicholson’s Character

The plot description of this movie is pretty smart:

If college student Caleb Hogan argues what he truly believes, he stands to lose the most important competition of his life–and the support of his mother. If he softens his stance, he might win the coveted title…but lose the heart of his teammate Rachel in the process.

Come What May is a vivid reminder that choosing whats right is never easy…but its always worth the cost.

A movie about abortion already has pretty high dramatic stakes, but when you throw in a moot court competition, things are going to get INTENSE.



Did you know that most people who go to law school drop out because they can’t handle the conflict between doing what is right and MOOT COURT.

NOTHING BUT NET. (What?) (Thanks for the tip, Andrew.)

Comments (42)
  1. That trailer made me kinda sick

  2. Come what moot.

  3. Wait, that was serious. The trailer totally makes it seem like a satire of fundamentalists.

  4. I…I…. I’m still not sure what the plot of that movie is other than “God hates abortions.”

  5. Why is he arguing against abortion on the set of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?

  6. ADD IN EXCEPTIONS LATER!! This was clearly the motto of this film. “Hey guys, I want to make a movie about the most important issue of our time, baby killing, but I don’t have a script or actors or any sense of direction.” “Who cares, Joshua, WE’LL ADD THOSE IN LATER!”

  7. Gibran  |   Posted on May 7th, 2009 +51

    If it’s a movie about abortions, why is the main character a dude?

    • Thank you Gilbran! I was raised (by my father) to believe that men are supposed to shut up about the issue.

      PS: I’m glad these people have no idea what Roe v Wade is really about. It’s about a woman having the right over her own body so that she’s not the property of the man she’s betrothed to. I wonder if anyone makes that point throughout the movie.

  8. nerdy point of information: in moot court, you don’t choose which side to argue. it’s assigned and in some competitions you may have to argue both sides. It’s about the style of argument, not what you believe.

  9. doug  |   Posted on May 7th, 2009 +65

    I like his style. Some people might have chosen to make a legal argument there about fetal viability and compelling state interest, blah blah blah…this guy just shouts the definition of viability and shakes the legal world to its core.
    I can’t wait for Advent Film Group’s next movie: An atheist big-city attorney knew his pro-abortion argument was air tight, until he had to argue it in front of a jury…OF BABIES. “12 Angry Infants” is coming soon.

  10. PATRICK HENRY COLLEGE! I already saw a pre-release version of this trailer at Christmas, because my cousins go to this school. It’s basically a Superelite school for training homeschoolers to infiltrate the US government to make America a Christian society.

    Give me liberty or give me barf.

  11. I had hope that someone would yell something on the lines of “YOU WANT THE ZYGOTE? YOU CAN’T HANDLE THE ZYGOTES!”

  12. Excuse me, I’ll just be at the gun store, selecting a new gun.

    Goodbye, cruel world in which this movie exists and is an actual thing

  13. OK, this trailer has convinced me. Justice Souter?s replacement on the Supreme Court should be a TV w/built in DVD player showing this movie on an endless loop.

  14. Sara  |   Posted on May 7th, 2009 +13

    The best (worst) part of this trailer is when he awkwardly walks out of those doors at :40.

  15. I can’t get enough of these high-larious Christian movie trailers. I send them out in obnoxious mass e-mails. Please keep them coming.
    I love the shot of him sitting in a field with his Bible. Because as a Christian, I know that’s what I do when I need to pray about my strategy to overturn Roe V Wade, I head out to the old field with my Bible, and then God throws a CD out of a tree.
    Jesus Christ.

  16. RunBMC  |   Posted on May 7th, 2009 +1

    I’m a fan of the giant black cock silhouetted against the sunset at the end – and how it just comes right at ya! That made Jesus happy.

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  18. Colonial Williamsburg  |   Posted on May 7th, 2009 +1

    Come What May 2: The streets.

    Already in production

  19. Having just completed a Bioethics course (I got a B+!) I can say: Yes. That proves it is not viable.

  20. sarah palin  |   Posted on May 7th, 2009 +5

    We prefer to refer to ourselves as “anti-choice”

  21. I can’t believe nobody has mentioned that this is basically a bad remake of the 1989 Kirk Cameron Abortion Debate Team movie “Listen To Me.” http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0097756/ Except I can because I saw it on a church youth group field trip and it’s not really famous. But it’s this!

  22. It’s this year’s Juno.

  23. I thought I was the only one who noticed that….

  24. HB  |   Posted on May 7th, 2009 +21

    There’s no one I trust more with my reproductive rights than a homeschooled 20-something male college student.

    I guess Bristol Palin could say the same.

  25. B  |   Posted on May 7th, 2009 +9

    More dead babies, please.

  26. What this movie could use is….A praise band!

    *record scratch*

  27. Robert  |   Posted on May 7th, 2009 +4

    I try to be open minded, even to Christiany things. But I’ve started reading this website called townhall.org, where basically conservative writers blame all of America’s problems on abortion. Frankly, I’m getting scared.

  28. “Great Caleb! You stopped abortion! All is right in the world”
    “Yeah!! I rule! What’s next?!”
    “Stopping masturbation”
    “Ohhhhh fuck.”

  29. Lesley  |   Posted on May 8th, 2009 +10

    Because CLEARLY the biggest thing missing from the abortion debate is the opinion of privileged white men. Now their stifled voices can finally be heard.

    Le duh.

    • seriously. the fact that the people making the movie don’t seem to have even stopped to consider this is just another sad thing wrong with it.

  30. Kiki  |   Posted on May 10th, 2009 +2

    ‘Coming soon… unless some slut and her money-grubbing doctor stop it!’

    I hope the character writes a love poem for his christian girlfriend called ‘I Love You, Possible Future Life Support System for a Baby.’

  31. star  |   Posted on May 11th, 2009 0

    Hey! I’m a means of life support! This movie is about me! Cool! I mean, here I was thinking I was living, like, because I was myself was a person. But this movie has shown me I have a higher calling. I am a container! Like Tupperware!

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