Oscar-Winning Football Documentary Undefeated Will Hit Blu-ray In February
Undefeated, the winner of the 2011 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, is finally coming to Blu-ray and DVD. Anchor Bay Home Entertainment and the Weinstein Company have teamed up to bring the football-based film into homes on February 19, 2013. Between the football aspect and the tale of overcoming obstacles, this documentary has a lot going for it, even for those who don't usually get excited about true tales.
If you like football and enjoy saying you’ve seen Academy Award winning films (probably while sipping tea and lifting your pinky in the air), Undefeated might be the documentary for you. Daniel Lindsay and T.J. Martin’s film follows an underfunded football program in Memphis, Tennessee and a coach that works to turn the team around both on the field and in the classroom, hoping to earn the Manassas Tigers a winning season. So, that tea sipping aside was probably a bit premature. If any of this sounds up your alley, you can check out the trailer.
Bonus features are currently subject to change with both Blu-ray and DVD sets, but right now, Undefeated is set to come with audio commentary from Linday and Martin, as well as a “Making of” featurette, and some standard deleted scenes. Rounding out the bonus features will be a black and white teaser trailer for the flick. There aren’t any weird bonus features with the set, but it also won’t cost buyers an arm and a leg. Blu-ray sets will run for $24.99 and DVD copies will retail for $19.98.
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