Vadim Rizov Reviews Atlas Shrugged, Part I

Lifeless as entertainment and incoherent as ideology, Atlas Shrugged: Part I is less a film than an invitation to the 9 million Tea Party members to prove their hunger for explicitly conservative entertainment. Yet even the most driven ideologue will be hard-pressed to enjoy this visibly threadbare enterprise, in which railroad maven Dagney Taggert (Taylor Schilling) teams up with steel man/man of steel Henry Rearden (Grant Bowler) to stand up for the oppressed free market and big business. With interest already firmly limited to Ayn Rand fans and Tea Party acolytes, the stiff production will have a hard time getting enough of the faithful to attend.

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