Atlas Shrugged movie review - The “s” word is never in “Atlas Shrugged: Part 1″. The first film of a trilogy of the magnum opus of Ayn Rand, but it is in the mind, from the off, the hero murmured in the history of the edge-exceptional-the intent-to-do extraordinary things, save the economy, have to fight “the government” and to successfully aligned in spite of a large “pay taxes” conspiracy it.
After years of teasing, temptation ideas on how this book can be rotated, with the likes of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt connected longer to be released in a timber, partially incorrect, and converted back to the edge – a an awkward eye shifts walk through Middle Earth monopoly for the rest of us.
The script takes us into the future – 2016 – when the economy is in ruins, poverty increased, more relevant newspapers and constructed of steel and railroads, of which alone can save us. The problem, said again and again by Dagny Taggart (nice, but sweet Schilling Taylor) and his compatriot inequality, Henry Rearden (Grant Bowler, less smooth), is the collusion of competitors and the state or winner prevent takes all Darwin Dagny and Rearden Master . succeed
Dagny is anti-egalitarian basis, the CEO of a railroad company, that his brother has a value lost in the ground, but it can only be saved by the reconstruction of lines with Rearden Metal. As Dagny, is brought to the snakes in the Government House (Michael Lerner, playing a caricature, Jon Polito, others play), and the trade unions and those who make their way, the eyes are Rearden – a married man. And even though a blood-sucking harpy married, feels guilty.
How strange. This is the best word for these days of future past, a film for an audience that was fresh edge, “recalls the railroad was king and the flow of oil around, there was no pipeline – the trains only.
Dagny has problems. “I have never win anything about driving.” It’s all material on premiums and benefits and preaching his gospel of unfettered capitalism for all. “Why are they called altruistic stupid If you want to know what they saw as the reasons why the country is going through hell.
And, as everyone wants to know who “Galt” mystery “Who is John Galt?” – A man (the actor and director Paul Johansson), such as “Casino” Jack Abramoff attracted wave scene after scene, convincing to join the fattest of fat cats to his cause – is where it after John Doe’s edge, Frank Capra, Little Man everyone, judging by the movie and the book is based, that have something stuck in your crop violent.
Not a bad looking film, with a deco design touches that remind me of the earlier film edge, such as explosives. “But the script and the quality is full of absurd characters, not their goal has become really clear whether you are entitled to make two more films planned.
Whatever the issues raised in the novel by Rand novel, the extraordinary dictated by social conventions held by the poor and socialism does not go in its various forms lost exactly, but to laugh hammily played. Here was someone in your own success and secure the benefits of success, believing that his enduring appeal to conservatives and tax protesters.
It is, of course, the agitation and propaganda tea party. The film has been approved by many circles, without seeing it. But they must also recognize that it is a common question, without artifice, made a number of errors of a film actor and director clearly addressed its depth.
But as a fascinating guide to the cult and its members Rand “Atlas Shrugged” from time to time. He spent his career curse of the evil of the system, they pursued and their families from Russia. His fans seem to fight this war, become resistance to the tyranny of a government too much power, the guilt of the tyranny of what their life is the country say they are afraid, and so the tyranny of all taxes related to all social programs, each regulation that the weak heroine Dagny Taggart as careerists, one of Evita protects the conference room, a Norma Rae speak for the oppressed class and wealthy exceptional. What Jolie and Brad Pitt (The John Galt?) Vio on them, and how they played.
Classification: some bad language, adult situations.
Starring: Taylor Schilling Grant Bowler, Paul Johansson, Jon Polito, Michael Lerner
wrote Paul Johansson, John and Brian Patrick O’Toole Agliaro and is based on the novel by Ayn Rand: Credits: Director. Photos of the Rockies. Runing time: 1:33