This 2-disc special edition package contains the full theatrical release of Atlas Shrugged Part 2 and extended special features from FreedomWorks. Follow along as Dagny Taggart continues her quest to find the destroyer and get one step closer to answering the question “Who is John Galt?” This special edition 2-disc package is not available in stores.
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Posted by Larry Ausmus on 04/24/2014
The action packed cinema version of Ayn Rand's novel, Atlas Shrugged, is a grave preternatural depiction of current events also in progress within the alleged "Land of the Free."
Though only two-thirds completed cinematic trilogy in progress, which covers the essential content of the novel, the two of three productions already released have revealed an eerie parallel turn of events, breathing life into the fictional novel, quickening it into a non-fictional political State of (a familiar) Union right before the eyes of the audiences.
"Yes we can" became the mantra the Looters used to hype the people into participating in the 2008 bogus election, deceiving them into thinking it was they, the minions themselves, who chose the "elected" political human puppet. But in reality, the Looters themselves chose and assigned the straw boss to lead the nation to slavery and fiscal ruin.
The devolution of the country under that same newly appointed Administration is so clearly depicted in Ayn Rand's novel written over 60 years ago. The two cinematic releases have caused the eyes of many to be opened and their hearts to cry out, "Enough!", which in a manner of speaking is their way of asking the Rand inspired political question, "Who is John Galt?".
Many are taking the initiative to go on strike, to withdraw from the Looters System, and in effect reverse the original mantra to "Yes we can...GO ON STRIKE...For WE are John Galt".
The rightful remedy for this nation's ills is interestingly revealed in the plot of this most excellent 3-part cinema production of "Atlas Shrugged.
Posted by John T. (Jack) Cavuoti, Sr. on 02/22/2013
Part II is every bit as exciting and eye opening as Part I is... the flow of the message and story continue as seamlessly as just turning the next page in a novel. Casting is impeccable and it didn't take long for my apprehension over the casting changes was not a concern at all.
Watch it once.. twice.. share it.. if you know anyone who has not seen either Part I or Part II have an ATLAS night... I am waiting for news of Part III's progress and ultimate release.