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.Great work, team!
"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, CBSNews.com 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.