The d'Anconia Copper Blu-ray contains the FULL LENGTH Theatrical Release of ATLAS SHRUGGED PART II which opened nationwide October 12th, 2012.
This very unique Blu-ray will be packaged in a d'Anconia Copper Embossed Special Edition Metal STEELBOOK™ case as with the Part I Rearden Steel blu-ray.
Optional film cell contains clips of official film reels used during the theatrical release of Atlas Shrugged Part II, and images portraying the movie(s), artist(s) or character(s) and a stunning descriptive plaque. These elements have been double mounted and placed within a beautiful black wood frame. Each item comes with an official signed Atlas Shrugged Movie Merchandise certificate stating its authenticity. Signed version is signed by producers Harmon Kaslow and John Aglialoro.
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Posted by Terri Dewell on 10/13/2013
Though I have not seen the Atlas Shrugged Package I purchased, He lives in Connecticut and I Live in Ohio, I saw the delight in his face as he opened the Gifts of Atlas Shrugged 2 and the Film Cell. We will be together in November for Movie Date Night!! :) Thank You!!
Posted by David on 03/02/2013
I now have ASI and ASII and am anxiously awaiting ASIII! Well done! I will treasure them always.
I first became aware of the importance of America's founding on principles of freedom after reading Ayn Rand's books 50 years ago and I appreciate ASI&II's preserving Ayn's ideas, while portraying them in a modern setting.
Posted by Richard on 03/01/2013
I found the quality of materials used to produce the package very good. The Bluray did not come with many advanced features but most of the times I don't use them. I found the movie excellent. I know many have had issues with Actor changes but it did not take away from the film one bit and it can stand alone as it is. D'Anconia speach about the evils of money was something I was waiting for and the performance given by Esai Morales was Excellent. I turned around and purchased the Readen Metal Atlas Shrugged Part I edition when I realized PART III will probably be a Galt's Gold Edition. I can't wait.
Posted by Unknown on 03/01/2013
Posted by Unknown on 02/28/2013
Hard to imagine that more than 50 years ago someone would imagine what is happening today.
Powerful views on what are serious issues of today.
Can not wait for Part III.
Posted by Steve Money on 02/28/2013
This movie does a fantastic job of documenting how government can slowly and gradually take away our freedom in the name of "security." It amazes me how friends and colleagues that are very intelligent will advocate policies like 10-289 just because they seem like the right thing at the time.
The most powerful statements from the movie involve scenes of economic and social destitution. People selling gas on the street, living out of shopping carts, transportation systems broken or shuttered, etc. demonstrate how societal breakdown is never far from the surface.
Hopefully, Americans will wake up to the realization that government policies for the whole are NEVER solutions for individual problems or challenges. (poverty, education,employment, etc.)
Posted by F A Smith on 02/27/2013
Part II never misses a beat following the book to the letter. Written years ago yet living todays events. Look out America or we'll be no more!
Posted by Unknown on 02/26/2013
When I saw ASI I was somewhat disappointed, but with the understanding that in making a epic book into a limited movie there will always be compromises, I was thrilled to see one of my favorite books on film.
With that stated first, I want to say how pleased I was with ASII. The production, the acting, the direction, and the script was so much better than ASI. The only thing that could have made it better was for ASIII to come out at the same time.
To date I have purchased four copies for family and friends who are also very excited with this effort and are looking forward to III.
Posted by MP on 02/26/2013
Hard to follow from 1st movie, especially with an all new cast. A lot from the book was skipped which makes the story incomplete and jumps around without any base knowledge of who the characters are.
Posted by Jim on 02/26/2013
Really enjoyed it in the theatre, but really enjoyed it more at home. Got the Copper Edition with a special notation and recommend it for you and others to purchase.
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