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The Undefeated (2011)

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A documentary that chronicles Sarah Palin's pre-political life; her tenure as Governor of Alaska, and her time spent as John McCain's running mate.


Steve Bannon (as Stephen K. Bannon)


Steve Bannon (as Stephen K. Bannon), Sarah Palin (inspired by the book "Going Rogue: An American Life")
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Credited cast:
Pamela Anderson ... Self (archive footage)
Mark Ballas ... Self - on The Tonight Show (archive footage)
Roseanne Barr ... Self (archive footage)
Joy Behar ... Self - on The View (archive footage)
Sandra Bernhard ... Self (archive footage)
Joe Biden ... Self - Vice Presidential Candidate (archive footage)
John Binkley John Binkley ... Self - Former Alaskan state legislator (archive footage)
Andrew Breitbart ... Self
Tammy Bruce ... Self
Con Bunde Con Bunde ... Self
Louis C.K. ... Self - The Tonight Show Guest (archive footage)
Hugo Chávez ... Self - President of Venezuela (archive footage)
John Cleese ... Self (archive footage)
Kristan Cole Kristan Cole ... Self
Ellen DeGeneres ... Self - Interviewing Sharon Osborne (archive footage)


A documentary that chronicles Sarah Palin's pre-political life; her tenure as Governor of Alaska, and her time spent as John McCain's running mate.

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Rated PG-13 for brief strong language

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16 July 2011 | by catsasssolutionsSee all my reviews

I want to first off make it clear that I have no political axe to grind here. As far as I am concerned both the Dems AND Repubs are equally useless. That said, I want you to know that I review this "film" on it's merits as a documentary and not in critique of the (admittedly weird) political content.

This film was a hodgepodge of sound bites and glowing testimonials to the power of Sarah Palin, nothing more. There was very little in the way of followable narrative, and any and all opposing viewpoints where hissed upon as some kind of shadowy conspiracy from "the left" to destroy what they see as their biggest threat. It felt more like a dumbed down version of "Triumph of the Will" to me. And like Leni Riefenstahl's classic film, it left me with a sense of dread in knowing that so many people can be so easily swayed by melodramatic notions of patriotism and willful demagoguery.

And at least Riefenstahl could work a camera in a manner that didn't look like she was about to have an epileptic fit. The camera work in some of the interview portions makes it seem like someone is tickling the camera person. This may have been an attempt at making the scene look more "urgent" or "home brewed" I don't know, but it came across like someone skimmed through "An Idioit's Guide to Cutting Edge Documentary Filmmaking" the night before and didn't quite get it.

If Palin truly had aspirations for some form of national higher office, I really feel that she may have blown it by allowing this stinker to be released. It's a real shame too, because the US really needs a shakeup in it's political system. If you are a fan of Sarah Palin, do not watch this film as it may leave a bad taste in your mouth due to it's transparent attempt at being an extended infomercial.

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Release Date:

15 July 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Sarah Palin: The Undefeated See more »


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$1,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$65,132, 17 July 2011

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