Sarah Palin Movie, 'The Undefeated,' to debut in Atlanta July 15

Atlanta is one of 10 locations the movie will debut next week.

“The Undefeated,” the film about Sarah Palin, is set to debut July 15 in just 10 theaters across the country before the national rollout - and Georgia AMC Barrett Commons 24 Movie Theater in Kennesaw will be one of the 10.

Erica Hawksworth, of CRC Public Relations, said filmmaker Stephen K. Bannon will be in town for the movie’s debut.

“This film shows Gov. Palin is much more than just a ‘Caribou Barbie’ and explores the obstacles that she faced as she confronted the vested interests in her own state – including the Republican establishment and big oil,” Hawksworth said.

According to a press release from CRC Public Relations, Scott Conroy of RealClearPolitics called the film a “sweeping epic;” Amy Siskind of the Huffington Post said, “I would encourage you to see The Undefeated…allow yourself to be curious;” Dan Riehl of Big Hollywood said, “I’ve not been able to get through (the film) once without checking back tears born of a mix of emotion- from sadness and anger, to frustration and deep concern;” and John Nolte of Big Hollywood called the film, a “…moving must-see.”

Trevor Drinkwater, CEO of ARC Entertainment the film’s worldwide distributor, said it is not a Palin fan club movie.

“It transcends politics and shows no mercy to either the Left or the Republican establishment,” Drinkwater said. “Her story is one that every mother and daughter, indeed, every citizen needs to see.”

“The Undefeated” was written and directed by Bannon and independently produced by Bannon and Victory Film Group co-founder Glenn Bracken Evans and Dan Fleuette. Victory Film Group and its partners independently financed the film. Tickets for the July 15 debut in the Atlanta area at Georgia AMC Barrett Commons 24 Movie Theater are now available for purchase at http://theundefeated.cinedigm.com/tickets.html

Robert Bliss July 08, 2011 at 04:36 PM
I don't remember Sarah Palin being beaten in the last Presidential election. It seems that John McCain lost to Barak Obama. Sarah Palin and Joe Biden were just along for the ride. The true test would have been if Vice Presidential Candidates could be elected independently of their party affiliation. Would Sarah be living across the street from the White House today?
Grant July 08, 2011 at 04:41 PM
If Sarah wants to live across from the White House all she needs to do is call the W Hotel in DC and make a reservation...no election of any kind is necessary to book a hotel room , even in DC...Of course she'd likely book the place for a month and leave after 2 weeks
Robert Bliss July 08, 2011 at 09:54 PM
@Grant, you really have this thing about SP leaving her post as Governor of Alaska early don't you. Perhaps BO could learn a lesson from her.
Susan July 12, 2011 at 05:05 PM
The new-Red Neck Comedy tour "The Undefeated"
Tammy Osier July 25, 2011 at 12:43 PM
It was my understanding that she left to save the taxpayers the tab for the frivilous lawsuits the opposition was bringing against her and her state. At least "saving the taxpayers money" sounds like a good reason to me- more than what we're getting from our government right now. I admit that she's hard to listen to (milk and cookies voice), but her message is on point for the most part. It might actually be a good movie considering it got a good rating and "must see" suggestion from an ultra liberal HUFFPOST commentator. I suspect that a part of the reason we're in the predicament now (in our country) is the attack first, see the facts (or movie in this case) later mentatlity. I had no interest before, but it does sound interesting.


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