As you may recall, the first two parts of the Atlas Shrugged movie adaptation were not exactly a huge success with audiences or with critics. Critics are not a problem, of course; they can be dismissed because they’re just part of the Liberal Media Establishment. And if audiences stayed away, well, that’s just because maybe they were simply not ready for the Important Message of an Ayn Rand movie -- they’ll find it, they will, and it will change their lives. But the epic must be finished, and unfortunately, not a lot of money rolled in from the first two outings to finance the third. Never mind what the free market said about the need for the third installment, there’s a goddam
i think that might have been drugs. or getting off of drugs...
$250,000 for a movie?
the fuck? craft service on buffy season 2 cost more than that.
They are supposedly doing this because it will create &quot;marketing buzz&quot; due to the stoopid librul e-leets railing against it. Let&#039;s all ignore them.
The other two had better be good.
The invisible hand is right behind them -- it&#039;s doing the jerk-off motion.
&quot;nor ask another man to live for mine&quot; The see no irony because asking another man <i>die</i> for them is perfectly OK.
And otc 222&#039;s. It&#039;s a good place.
I don&#039;t think he knows about second breakfast.
It&#039;s just one guy giving a monologue, so that has to cut the costs down a lot.
You know what&#039;s funny? I went over the IMDB to see who was in these things, and noticed that every single character in Part I was played by a different actor in Part II.
Now THERE&#039;S a sign of quality.
Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice. . .uh. . .they uh. . . we won&#039;t get fooled again.
And Aragorn Son of Arathorn!
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Hey! Not on Canadian netflix! (breathes sigh of relief)
&quot;aspired to produce Atlas Shrugged into a motion picture.&quot;
OMFG the writing is atrocious- but then, Rand IS their literary hero, so...
And Penn Jillette. I had thought better of him. Oh well.