Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Indy Star: Palin's backers say film could change minds

"This movie will be a game-changer for those who have been critical"
Thanks to the promotional campaign for "The Undefeated," Stephen Bannon's landmark film got some good press Wednesday in the Indianapolis Star, highest circulation newspaper in the state of Indiana:
Friday, Sarah Palin hits the big screen in Indianapolis in a documentary about her life and journey through the 2008 presidential election.

"The Undefeated," rated PG-13, will be shown at AMC Showplace 17, 4325 S. Meridian St. The 90-minute flick also will be shown the same day in other major markets, such as Dallas; Denver; Oklahoma City; Orlando, Fla.; Atlanta; Orange County, Calif.; Phoenix; Houston; and Kansas City, says.

Supporters call the pro-Palin movie, showing at AMC through July 21, a must-see.

"Sarah has her positives and negatives, but this movie will be a game-changer for those who have been critical" of her, said New Jersey resident Bill Grant, 69, a retired Federal Reserve bank worker and member of a small national Web-based group promoting the movie.

"I think she's the next Ronald Reagan, if given the chance. She's extremely bright and knowledgeable, although that's not the way she's been portrayed. I think this film will change a lot of people's minds" about Palin, he said.

The movie premiered June 28 in the first-in-the-nation voting state of Iowa, where about 350 people watched the film in Pella, according to The Associated Press.

Great work, team!

- JP

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