Sarah Palin Documentary

July 26, 2011 by Post Team 

Sarah Palin DocumentarySarah Palin Documentary, Despite a drop in ticket sales for the second weekend, the documentary for Sarah Palin “The Undefeated” is extended to pay-per-view and DVD markets this falls, according to the film’s distributor. The film, a positive outlook for the possession of the former governor of Alaska politics, was launched in ten theaters on July 15 and grossed a modest 65,000. Last weekend of distribution increased to include four new rooms, but ticket sales fell to about 24,000 and, according to Box Office Mojo. However, MTA3LjIyLjYuNTI= ARC Entertainment, the film’s distributor said Sunday his decision to make the film available through pay-per-view and On Demand service this fall. In a press release announcing the decision, the film’s director, filmmaker Stephen Bannon conservative, attributed the distribution of the small screen to a perceived increase in demand from the audience. “Given the strong audience reaction, we determined that there is overwhelming demand for this film to reach broadly enough to cover the entire country in September and October,” he said.
From 1 September, the film will be available on pay-per-view and on demand services through cable providers such as DirecTV, DISH Network and Time Warner Cable, according to a press release. The DVD will also be available on October 4, online and in stores. (The DVD has been released to those who have contributed to 100 or more a political action committee of Palin, SarahPAC, according to the press release.)

Limited version of the movie theater is scheduled to continue around the country throughout August and September. Although the film includes comments from political favor conservative commentators Mark Levin, Tammy Bruce and Andrew Breitbart, the responses of critics have been generally mediocre. The film received a rating of 0 percent in film review site, and a warm audience response for a maximum of 2.3 of 5 stars. New York Magazine called the film “a straight hagiography,” while Los Angeles Times dropped from the film “infomercial” and considered “repeated loudly.” Palin’s 2012 intentions are still unknown, but the premiere of the film in Iowa, a crucial early primary state, has only fueled speculation that Palin is at least seriously considering entering the contest for the GOP presidential nomination.

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