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Well, “Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?” is still an actual thing that is happening and the producers are continuing a trend that they started with the second film: bringing in an entirely new cast. For the final installment of the trilogy, John Galt will be played by Kristoffer Polaha (“Devil’s Knot”), Laura Regan (“Unbreakable,” “Mad Men”) will play Dagny Taggart, and the rest of the main cast includes Rob Morrow, Eric Allan Kramer, and Joaquim de Almeida. Production on the film has just begun and producers are hoping to release the film this upcoming September, right in time for the midterm elections. Based on the popular Ayn Rand novel, in the third movie, the most successful and productive members of America all begin to disappear in the form of a strike that’s been orchestrated by a mysterious figure named John Galt. And with the movie largely centered around this John Galt character, »
- Ken Guidry
The third and final chapter in the independently-produced film trilogy based on Ayn Rand's novel "Atlas Shrugged" has gone into production, and once again all the film's cast members have changed.
Laura Regan ("Mad Men," "Unbreakable") and Rob Morrow ("Northern Exposure") take on the roles of Dagny Taggart and Hank Rearden respectively. They take over from Taylor Schilling and Grant Bowler in the first film, and Samantha Mathis and Jason Beghe in the second.
Joaquim de Almeida ("The Mentalist," "Revolution") takes over from Jsu Garcia and Esai Morales as Francisco d’Anconia, while Eric Allan Kramer has been cast as the modern-day maritime pirate Ragnar Danneskjold.
Kristoffer Polaha ("Ringer," "Devil's Knot") takes on the key role of John Galt himself in the film, the mysterious figure orchestrating a bizarre 'strike' involving the most productive members of society.
This final chapter, entitled "Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt?", is planned for a release in September. »
- Garth Franklin
Review Billy Grifter 17 Jan 2014 - 09:15
Oh dear. After a promising start to season 2, Revolution is up to its old, repetitive, illogical tricks once more...
This review contains spoilers
2.11 Mis Dos Padres
The trailer for Mis Dos Padres did hint that this episode was dire, but it didn’t really sell just how terminally ponderous it was.
The episode had four threads, all of which were a sure-fire cure for insomnia. The majority of the seemingly endless running time was allocated to Monroe’s stab at fatherhood, as misplaced a concept as that is. That his son would turn out as ruthless as him was hardly a leap, and that he’s hand him over to the local warlord even less so. This is the same abysmal capture-escape-capture-escape garbage that the writers of Revolution seem to think replaces narrative and character development.
The lack of this production's imagination is well »
3 items from 2014
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