Atlas Shrugged: Part 1 User Reviews

Current Rating: 2.68

Current Rating: 2.68

based on 52 votes and 15 reviews

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  • 5 stars this is a very good story (unlike the many idiots commenting negatively on the book, i actually read atlas shrugged) and the movie is a reasonable enough reproduction of that book. as provides as much as can be expected at least, when you are talking about a thousand page book. so, no, it's not a 'philosophy for nitwits'. it is how the world works. it is about the complex relationship between men of government and private business. it is about entrepreneurialism. there are so many parts of the book that can be applicable to the unmitigated disaster of obama's presidency. for example, in the book, rearden owns a large estate and he lets a number of family members sponge off him without
  • this movie came out some time ago but didnt make it into any theaters i know of. what happened. was it realy that bad
  • 1 stars it might possibly be duller and more ridiculous than the novel. a philosophy for nitwits.
  • 3 stars It's so badly made and acted that it's hilarious to watch. It's an unintentional comedy based around political corruption and well...the movie will only make sense to those who have read the book, I would assume and can follow all this political jargen.
  • 5 stars Excellent movie, Provides in depth look at government and business in today's world.
  • 2 stars kinda dull
  • 1 stars So dismal!
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  • 2 stars Really not worth seeing!
  • 1 stars Amazingly, a movie even worse than the book.

Atlas Shrugged: Part 1

Genre:  Drama
Running Time:  97 min.
Release Date: October 28, 2011 (limited)
DVD: March 13, 2012

Current rating: Rating: 2.68
based on 52 votes and 15 reviews
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Cast: Taylor Schilling, Grant Bowler, Matthew Marsden, Graham Beckel, Edi Gathegi, Jsu Garcia, Michael Lerner, Daisy McCrackin