Atlas Shrugged: Part I Reviews

January 8, 2019
The very nature of Atlas Shrugged -- turning on its head all the typical clichés of who's a hero and who's a villain and its refreshing honesty about the way Washington works-gives it a certain liberating energy.
May 3, 2011
... a respectful (and generally respectable) filming ...
May 2, 2011
You can feel them straining against the limitations--moreso than the budget, the time compression. They fought the good fight as well as they possibly could.
April 27, 2011
As timely as a Tea Party rally, Ayn Rand's novel finally reaches the screen - at least a part of it does.
April 16, 2011
... succeeds in creating heroes of the main characters, making the mystery of John Galt... compelling, and setting up the remaining two parts of the trilogy.
April 15, 2011
Though a bit stiff in the joints and acted by an undistinguished cast amid TV-movie trappings, this low-budget adaptation of Ayn Rand's novel nevertheless contains a fire and a fury that makes it more compelling than the average mass-produced studio item.