Well Done!

By compumonk
Written October 13, 2012
I missed the actors from the previous movie, but they did well. Engaging from beginning to end. Amazing the parallels to the current state of the country! Can't wait for Part 3!
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II is better than I

By jfreb
Written February 27, 2017
Better pacing, better story line, better casting... you don't have to have read the book to be swept along by this one. There are some great lines, delivered well, and good action sequences. My only complaint is that at times the dialogue seems forced to get philosophical points out quickly that book develops over time. All in all, though, the movie is faithful to the book but suspensevul and visually engaging, too, so well worth seeing for Ayn Rand afficionados and the general public alike.
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Good Movie

By CookieB
Written October 13, 2012
I missed Part 1; but for sure I'll see Part III when it comes out. This movie was well done. Now I'm interested in reading the book.
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Wonderful - if you know the book

By asexymind
Written October 13, 2012
As a fan of the book, I loved this movie. The acting was great, the characters had great depth, and the dialog confronted powerful human issues. It hit the high points of Part II of the novel well. I have some great images to go with the story, which is a joy and a treat for me. And, If you don't know the story, it would be tough to connect to everything that is happening. It reminded me of Dune in this way - Great if you know the story - and only OK if you don't. The scene with Sean Hannity, Juan Williams, and Bob Beckel was great. If you are into politics, you will find it provocative and unapologetic. As a cultural critique and conversation piece, it is a must.
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Must See!

By FreedomWorks
Written October 13, 2012
Action. Realism. Idealism. Intelligence. Not your typical Hollywood movie. This adaptation of Part II of the novel Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand has so much. The completely different cast than Part I does a very good job of bringing to life the vivid and prescient 1957 book. If you want a movie that takes real issues of today such as the morality of HOW you make a living, the politics of economic decline, the virtues of thinking and acting on your own terms, this film is for you! The critics will pan this movie, but pay attention to the reaction of the audience - they love it. See it, expereience it. Discuss it with your family. Urge your neighbor to see it. This movie is not to be missed... especially during this pre-election time when so much of our country's future rides on an understanding of how we need to proceed. And if you have not already read the book,and the movie speaks to you, don't put off the urge to read it. You will be richly rewarded
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