Why is Sarah Palin’s ‘The Undefeated’ called ‘The Undefeated’?
You may or may not agree with her policies, but when Sarah Palin speaks, or rather, has a film about herself, it is better that you pay attention.
Ironically named “The Undefeated”, the trailer gives the viewers a glimpse of what the actual film entails — a documentary that chronicles Palin’s political life, from a career as the Governor of Alaska to the Republican Party nominee for Vice President in the 2008 presidential election, where she was eventually, well, defeated.
We have no clue why a film would be called “The Undefeated” when the heroine had clearly and publicly suffered a loss. We speculate that this is definitely one film that is full of hope, guts (as in “bravery and courage” and not the insides of an Alaskan grizzly bear) and ambitions.
Unfortunately for the Palin-lovers and to a certain extent, some Palin-haters as well, “The Undefeated” is only set to be released in select American cities, none of which are Boston, Philadelphia or New York City. While the haters may rejoice in victory, we would like to remind you that not having Sarah “Undefeated” Palin grace your theaters just means missing out on some hilarious jokes.
(Also, we don’t know about you, but we are definitely going to try to get our hands on a copy of the documentary. We know that most trailers are better than the actual movies these days, but after watching the trailer of “The Undefeated”, we certainly hope that full-length film will go against the norm and turn out to be really good. Then again, with Sarah Palin as the protagonist, we’re not too sure how low should we set the benchmark for “good”.)