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Three Conservative Movies You Need to Watch This Fall — See the List Here

Hollywood may be as leftist as ever — but there's still plenty of material for right-leaning thinkers to celebrate

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Hollywood may be sliding further and further Left every single day, but there is still much in the entertainment industry for right-leaning thinkers to celebrate and enjoy.

This fall will bring with it a handful of movies that are perfectly geared toward conservative movie lovers — so make sure these three films are on your radar.

1.) “Gosnell” (October 12). Though it was made years ago, “Gosnell” is only just now making its way to theaters.

Appropriately released in October of this year, “Gosnell” follows the real-life story of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, who was convicted of murdering three infants in 2013.

The tales of Gosnell’s abortion clinic are things that should horrify both pro-lifers and pro-choicers. He was a monster who went unchecked for too long.

The former doctor was also unfortunately largely ignored by the mainstream media, an aspect to this story that the trailer for “Gosnell” promised would not be ignored.

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Directed by Nick Searcy (“Justified”) and starring Dean Cain, “Gosnell” looks like a powerful true crime film.

The movie wisely sidesteps politics and instead keeps its focus solely on the story at hand and the characters who found themselves wrapped up in the strange and unforgettable case of Kermit Gosnell.

For those who think the movie’s subject matter may be too much to handle, “Gosnell” is rated PG-13 and focuses mainly on the trial of Gosnell. Producers have assured potential moviegoers again and again on social media that the film will not be graphic.

Related: Director-Actor Nick Searcy Shows Clip from Upcoming ‘Gosnell’ Film

2.) “Creed II” (November 21). The “Rocky” franchise continues to be the most patriotic around. Though the character of boxer Rocky Balboa was first introduced to audiences back in 1976, he remains a fresh and relevant cultural voice.

“Creed,” released in 2015, was the film that successfully brought Balboa into the new world. The weathered fighter has become a mentor and trainer to Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan, pictured above on the left), the son of late boxer Apollo Creed, who died in “Rocky IV” at the hands of Russian boxer Ivan Drago (Dolph Lundgren).

Creed has become the Balboa for a new generation. His story is steeped in gritty realism and struggle, but his dedication and perseverance are a testament to the power of the American dream, which this franchise exclaims is still alive and well.

The new “Creed” will be a treat for old-school “Rocky” fans, since it brings Drago back into the fold.

He is reportedly a trainer for his own son, a ruthless fighter who goes head-to-head with a new generation of Creed.

3.) “Unbroken: Path to Redemption” (September 14). For those disappointed in the lack of faith in 2014’s “Unbroken” — something that was essential in the life of the late veteran and POW Louis Zamperini — PureFlix is presenting “Unbroken: Path to Redemption.”

The film is another telling of the incredible true life story of Zamperini (played by Samuel Hunt, pictured above on the right with actress Merritt Patterson), a track star drafted into World War II. He was shot down in open water and then held as a prisoner of war by the Japanese.

He was tortured relentlessly — but never lost hope.

The biggest difference between this film and the Angelina Jolie-directed picture from a few years back is that this movie does not avoid the chapter of Zamperini’s life in which he dedicates himself to God.

It is through his finding of faith that he puts his past pain into context and learns to forgive.

It is that part of Zamperini’s journey that is the focus of this new “Unbroken” film.

Check out the trailer for “Unbroken: Path to Redemption” in the video below:

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