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    Atlas Shrugged Part I

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    [url]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qm8jHEeCrX4[/url]

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    Didn't see it in the Theatre, will catch it on cable. Probably crap, tbh.

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    Never read the book, not interested in the movie.

    For such a well read, classic book though, it deserved a bigger cast and a better treatment. Don't tell me the politics of Hollywood had nothing to do with that.

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    [QUOTE=Bonhomme Richard;4231782]Never read the book, not interested in the movie.

    For such a well read, classic book though, it deserved a bigger cast and a better treatment. Don't tell me the politics of Hollywood had nothing to do with that.[/QUOTE]

    I think the miniscule budget had something to do with the bad cast. AKA Capitalism

    You arenít saying that there are no republicans in Hollywood are you?

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    [QUOTE=Buster;4231880]I think the miniscule budget had something to do with the bad cast. AKA Capitalism

    You arenít saying that there are no republicans in Hollywood are you?[/QUOTE]

    There are, but you can probably count the best known ones on one hand:

    Clint Eastwood
    Tom Selleck
    Kelsey Grammar
    Patricia Heaton


    ..... uhhh.... that's it.

    Eastwood and Selleck always get a pass because they are badass. Every big shot producer, though, was pretty much a major donor in the Obama '08 campaign.

    A minuscule budget can be rectified by a producer and a big studio pumping cash into it. Do you think a big studio led by a liberal dem wants to make a movie based on a book that has been coveted by tea partiers as their de facto Bible? I don't.

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    Jon Voight
    James Caan
    James Woods
    Danny Aiello
    Tim Allen
    Tom Berenger
    Lara Flynn Boyle

    [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Dwain/Republican_Celebrities_Page"]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Dwain/Republican_Celebrities_Page[/URL]

    [URL="http://www.ranker.com/list/actors-republican-actor-and-conservative-actors-list/famous-conservatives"]http://www.ranker.com/list/actors-republican-actor-and-conservative-actors-list/famous-conservatives[/URL]

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    Here we go again! Hollywood wants to make money period. You think there will be a big budget occupy Wall Street film coming to a theatre soon? Um no.


    [QUOTE=Bonhomme Richard;4231891]There are, but you can probably count the best known ones on one hand:

    Clint Eastwood
    Tom Selleck
    Kelsey Grammar
    Patricia Heaton


    ..... uhhh.... that's it.

    Eastwood and Selleck always get a pass because they are badass. Every big shot producer, though, was pretty much a major donor in the Obama '08 campaign.

    A minuscule budget can be rectified by a producer and a big studio pumping cash into it. Do you think a big studio led by a liberal dem wants to make a movie based on a book that has been coveted by tea partiers as their de facto Bible? I don't.[/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE=Bonhomme Richard;4231782]Never read the book, not interested in the movie.

    For such a well read, classic book though, it deserved a bigger cast and a better treatment. Don't tell me the politics of Hollywood had nothing to do with that.[/QUOTE]

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    A movie not as good as the book?

    Shocking.

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    [QUOTE=Bonhomme Richard;4231782]Never read the book, not interested in the movie.

    For such a well read, classic book though, it deserved a bigger cast and a better treatment. Don't tell me the politics of Hollywood had nothing to do with that.[/QUOTE]

    free market no? If there was a large desire for a high budget "Atlas Shrugged" film I would think it would have been made? Unless Liberal Hollywood money is more powerful that conservative corporate money.

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