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Movie Review: Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?

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Atlas Shrugged III: Who is Deluded Enough to Think This Was a Good Movie?

You know how you can’t tell Scientologists that Battlefield Earth was a bad movie, no matter how much self-evident proof you have, no matter how many cringe worthy scenes you could show, no matter that we supposedly all live in reality…why because it is a book by their blessed prophet and nothing even remotely tied to the holy one could possibly be bad. 818 more words


Thoughts on "Atlas Shrugged, Part 3: Who is John Galt?"

I just got back from watching the matinee showing of Atlas Shrugged Part 3 in Times Square with a few friends (and a girlfriend). Times Square is of course the… 2,273 more words

Movie Review: 'Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?'

The movie “Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?” was released to select theaters yesterday, September 12, 2014, in the United States. It recently changed from its original title “Atlas Shrugged: Part III.” The movie is based on the 1,200 page book “ 807 more words


Atlas Shrugged...as in, he doesn't care

With a face like Polaha’s that’s so-o-o right, here’s Everything (else) that’s Wrong with Atlas Shrugged Part III (that I can remember)

Well, the long wait is over and nothing I could say in this obituary could “spoil” a film more than AS-III’s producers and screenplay writers have already. 1,106 more words


“I’ll give you a hint. Contradictions do not exist. Whenever you think that you are facing a contradiction, check your premises. You will find that one of them is wrong.” – Francisco d’Anconia

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Train wreck or not, I'm going (pun intended)

Sure the movie adaptations of Ayn Rand’s magnum opus have fallen short. What great novel-turned-screenplay and its subsequent film hasn’t? I’m going to the opening of Part III today anyway, for no other reason than to hear her words spoken aloud and from outside my own head. 51 more words