The Hollywood Reporter has the scoop on the movie event of the year:
Perhaps unbeknownst to her, former IRS official Lois Lerner will be making her film debut on Oct. 14 in a documentary where she’s one of the villains.
The film is called Unfair: Exposing the IRS, and it will screen in 674 theaters nationwide, though for one night only, courtesy of Fathom Events, a company that brings sports, concerts, speeches and other alternative entertainment to movie screens.
Checking out the trailer, you can see where this is going. I'm not going to imply it's completely one-sided or anything, but let's just say Mike Huckabee is about as non-partisan as Grover Norquist.
The promo page for the event describes the film as a "tour" of alleged IRS abuses:
Written and produced by nationally syndicated Craig Bergman, UnFair: Exposing the IRS takes audiences on a tour across the country to explore the alleged cover-ups and abuses of power at the Internal Revenue Service and features interviews with politicians, community organizers, and the victims at the heart of the IRS' debate.
This one-night event will not only allow you to hear from the experts, but give you the chance to sit in on a panel discussion, hosted by former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, where you will learn more about this movement and how you can motivate your community to take action.
You can find a theater near you showing the film tomorrow night at 7pm here. Because you didn't have anything better to do on a Tuesday night anyway, did you?