Atlas Shrugged Part II DVD: Standard Edition
This DVD contains the full theatrical release of Atlas Shrugged Part 2 and is not available in stores. Follow along as Dagny Taggart continues her search for the missing captains of industry, inventors, and other producers, and watch as the world spins further out of control due to an ever expanding, over reaching government. You may find yourself noticing some striking resemblances to current events.
- "I Am John Galt" fan video compilation
- Behind the scenes featurette
- Format: Color, Dolby, DVD Widescreen, NTSC
- Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1)
- Subtitles: English (and Closed Captioning), Spanish
- Region: Region 0 (All Regions/All Players)
- Aspect Ratio: 16X9 Letterbox (2.35:1)
- Number of discs: 1
- Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
- Studio: Atlas 2 Productions, LLC
- DVD Release Date: February 19, 2013
- Run Time: 111 minutes
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Midas for Mothers
Posted by William (Bill) Turner on 05/16/2014
It was a mothers day gift for my wife and she loved it. Every product that I have purchased from Galt's Gulch for my wife has been not only well received but cherished as a gift from my heart. This makes me feel like a real producer. Thanks for delivering quality.
Fitting actors to the characters ...
Posted by K Pottorff on 07/11/2013
I approached AS Pt 2 curious to see how the new crop of actors would fit into the already established characters. I found that Mathis and Beghe did remarkably well to capture the level-headedness of Taggart and the take no prisoners attitude of Reardon. Hiring Esai Morales was inspired as he captured the happy-go-lucky, yet insightful, D'Anconia perfectly.
A small role that you might miss if not paying attention - Raymond Teller (of "Penn & Teller" with an actual speaking part!)
The somewhat non-linear opening of this portion of the story worked well to get things moving. But, as someone else pointed out, this portion of the story does not stand alone like other trilogy treatments of story lines. One must view the films in order, but that is not a fault of the production. All things considered the sophomore effort could have been flat. This effort has been consistent.
The wife loved it for a different reason
Posted by Tom Brooks on 05/04/2013
As a fan of Ayn Rand for more than forty years I couldn't wait for Atlas Shrugged II to be released. I watched it with my wife and when it was over I turned to her and said "what did you think, Dear?" She said "The jewelry was fantastic!" I promptly ordered up the Rearden Metal Bracelet and became a hero.
Arrived ahead of schedule
Posted by Ted on 03/20/2013
I took a bit to review, but I was shocked when it arrived a day before the actual official release date. I quickly popped it in and now all I can say is I'm waiting for part III. Thank you very much. These are wonderful films that deserve more of an audience particularly with how applicable they are to today.
Reflects today's political situation
Posted by Jeff Gupton on 03/09/2013
Ayn Rand had the gift of prescience in showing, in Atlas Shrugged, the U.S.' political situation in 2013.
Flying Off The Shelf!
Posted by Karen Jones on 02/28/2013
I bought 10 DVDs and handed them out to worthy minded people for their enjoyment. I had no idea how Objectivist Curious my friends and neighbors were until word got out that I was offering "free" Atlas Shrugged Part 2 DVDs to anyone who agreed to watch the movie. I quickly ran out of DVDs and am back to order more for those now hearing about the movie for the first time. There are so many distractions in the world today it seemed like the only way to ensure a person would actually watch the movie was to make it simple by providing them with a copy. That is what I am doing with the Atlas Shrugged Part 2 DVD; if a person agrees to watch the movie I hand them a DVD. I've had such a positive response from those who accepted the gift, with the recipients thanking me profusely and then telling me who they passed the DVD to after they watched it. The lady who works at the furniture store next door gave her DVD to her boss, who then took it down to San Pedro to give to his son. The man staying across the street at the Bed & Breakfast planned on giving the DVD to his mom after he and his wife watched it. My husband's co-worker gave his copy to his mother as well, because she was the one who first introduced him to Obejtivism. I am very grateful to the producers of this movie for taking on the very difficult task of translating this magnificent book into a movie and honoring the legacy of Ayn Rand.
Posted by Unknown on 02/25/2013
Part II is compelling, and obviously Ayn Rand is a visionary to have perceived what could happen to our nation, and its people. Everyone should be exposed to this movie for it is an eye opener of what we are now in the process of experiencing through our nation's apathy and ignorance, plus lack of leadership and values in every department of the government.
CAN'T WAIT FOR PART III
Posted by Jim "Gymbeaux" Brown on 02/25/2013
Even with a cast change, the story line for Atlas Shrugged moved along very smoothly. The movie is very scary when compared to the current political climate of America. Hard to believe that Ayn Rand could see this coming 60 years before it did. Loved the movie and can't wait for Part III
A Shame the Actors Were Changed.
Posted by Jim Annesser on 02/24/2013
While it is only a snapshot of the book, the message comes across well. Continuity with the Part I is damaged by the large number of cast members changed.
Posted by Unknown on 02/23/2013
The II includes more special affects and a new cast that MAY be more professional. Actually I prefer the original case..... This did successfully cover a long era. The book includes page after page of "lectures" that I did not miss in the video. Enjoyed this and look forward to the III.
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