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Imagine opening a lemonade stand in a world where lemonade is by far the most affordable and in-demand drink and that you are the first to have access to the cheapest and most flavorful lemons in the world. Now, instead of building your stand from nothing, you have inherited the largest lemonade company in the country. It's impossible to fail right? Well, not for the Taggarts! Except for them it is trains. But it's Ayn Rand's world where CEO's are giving away oil fields, blowing up their own copper mines, and refusing lucrative government contracts out of pettiness, so anything can happen! Which makes it even more disappointing that NOTHING happens in this movie... This is boring, amateurish trash which, like part 1, seems to be written by a child without even the most basic understanding of how anything in the world works.
The rich should be able to use their wealth and power to trample the poor. Simple message, I think this is our current politicians text book, they have studied well. Bad message, poorly rendered.
Hallmark type movie with new actors??
Excellent movie, everyone NEEDS to watch this movie!!
Just finished watching again on DVD. Important and meaningful, sadly, even in the 21st Century.
Once again extremely low budget. I still feel like there was some effort shown though. The best of the three, but that doesn’t say much.
if you are going to make a multipart movie you need to keep the same principle actors. Not to mention the total disregard for physics.
Low budget but very well scripted, more truth than one expects in a movie. More about a point than entertainment.
Every once in a while it is useful to see a film like this three-part series. It remind one of the importance of competent acting, competent writing, competent filming and investment in sets that are not cheesy and reminiscent of high school stage productions. Silly, slow and badly done.
Great follow up to part 1!