"Fornication is a sin. Which I comitted and I always thought that there was forgiveness."
If you have confessed and received absolution, then as far as I understand the Faith, you have been forgiven.
"The next one due out from this company is about Blessed Miguel Pro, and I doubt that it will proclaim that outside the Church there is no Hope of Salvation so we shall cross that movie off before it is even made."
No, not *before* it is even made.
"Is was a movie made to be pro-life not a movie on the & sacraments of the Church."
Nonetheless, it appears to gloss over the matter of the woman's fornication -- the sin which resulted in the "unwanted" pregnancy -- entirely.
Besides, "pro-life" (in the modern sense) does not necessarily mean pro-Catholic (in the traditional sense) because, as has been pointed out, if one "chooses" not to murder one's child, that means that one was contemplating it to begin with. Which is a sin in and of itself.
"They are trying to teach the truth to an audience that is fed a steady diet of lies and filth and most never hear the truth from the pulpit."
Watering down the truth with phony sentimentalism is not Catholic. It is an appeal to *emotion*, which is not the same thing as instructing the people in the realities of the Faith.
"There is no hope for me to explain because I was a fornicator and as you have proven there is no changing so I am unable to teach, as a matter of fact I give up because clearly I do not live in the same world where you reside where truth is shouted from every corner and women who give birth in a world of Death are not to be told Hey, that is great you did not fall prey to the culture of death."
How you reached the ridiculous conclusion that there is no forgiveness of sins and no changing one's ways because this particular pro-choice movie does not appear (from your description) to be truly Catholic, is anybody's guess.
"Where you live is different from my world where abortion is lauded to young people as noble and to give birth and choose adoption is not to be applauded."
You are mixing apples and oranges, possibly because you have formed an emotional attachment to this movie.
"Look to the Pope to teach the truths of the Catholic Church, look to these people in their small way to try to promote a culture of life."
As long as they do so in a Catholic manner, I'm all for them.