Nicely argued, but I don’t think you give the rebuttals fair credence by describing them as “but the bishops liked it”.
I think there really is a dramatic tension in our culture over how women make decisions about family and children versus working for the kinds of professional goals men take for granted.
I think you nicely critique the dangers of the feminist position that often denigrate motherhood and the danger of even appearing to glorify that position. I’m not sure you’ve paused to consider the existence of the danger of presuming that all women are called to be at home mothers. That distortion of the call and mission of female humanity is just as unjust as the radical feminist notion.
I haven’t seen the movie, so its hard for me to tell. This critique may well illuminate some flaws in the storyline. Or it may illuminate some flaws in the critic. Putting your thoughts out there does tend to do that. Thanks for making us think about it either way.