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June 10, 2007

Your Mommy Kills Animals

The title of Curt Johnson’s documentary comes from the title of a PETA-published propaganda "comic book" for children, and relates to revelations about the hypocritical corporation (PETA) that itself killed "85% of the animals it took in during 2003 in Virginia." Interviews with animal-rights activists from such organizations as Greenpeace, the Animal Defense League, Best Friends Animal Sanctuary and militant groups like the Animal Liberation Front and Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty, contribute to a boisterous debate over what actions should be taken against organizations that abuse animals. David Martosko, of the Center for Consumer Freedom, carries the film’s obscured theme that "morality" is a religious-based ploy used by all sides of the animal abuse debate that lead the FBI to rank animal-rights activists as the No.1 terrorist threat in America.

Not Rated. 106 mins. (B-) (Three Stars)

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