Atlas Shrugged, filmen

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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

Innlegg Rounin 16 Jun 2010, 11:02

Hm vel, i dette tilfellet er nok kilden heller Cameras roll on Atlas-artikkelen som det er linket til over. Artikkelen siteres igjen på den andre siden, og slik har "Reardon"-stavingen blitt med videre.
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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

Innlegg lba 27 Jul 2010, 23:19

Listen over roller og skuespillere har blitt langt mer komplett siden sist oppdatering på IMDB:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0480239/


Det er også sluppet en filmsnutt med klipp fra filmen og intervju med et par av de medvirkende:

http://www.atlassociety.org/filming-atl ... ged-wraps1


Hvordan er forventningene deres til filmen? Jeg synes i hvert fall flere av skuespillerne ser ut som de kan kle rollene sine, spesielt Michael Lerner som skal spille Wesley Mouch.
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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

Innlegg Vegard Martinsen 28 Jul 2010, 06:49

Folkene som er involvert har kun TV-erfaring, men dette behøver ikke være dårlig.Men det som er ille er at budsjettet er på kun 5 mill USD, og at de har gjort ferdig flilmingen på kun fem uker. (Dette er riktignok kun del av av boken, men allikevel.)
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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

Innlegg Lars-Erik Bruce 28 Jul 2010, 12:28

Figurene for budsjettet skal visstnok være på mer enn det dobbelte enn de annonserte 5 millioner. Jeg vet ikke om 5 uker med filming er mye eller lite, men klipping og produsering av grønnskjerm-scener blir jo ikke ferdig i hvert fall til før mars, hvis jeg forstod det riktig.
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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

Innlegg Cragfarm 22 Des 2010, 21:31

Premieredatoen er satt til 15. april.

http://www.atlas-shrugged-movie.com/201 ... confirmed/
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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

Innlegg Vegard Martinsen 02 Feb 2011, 14:55

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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

Innlegg QIQrrr 04 Mar 2011, 07:14

The Daily Caller, March 3, 2011: In a wide-ranging interview with The Daily Caller to be published Friday, John Aglialoro, the producer of the movie adaptation of the classic Ayn Rand novel “Atlas Shrugged,” hinted that part three of the movie trilogy might be made as a musical - TheDC Exclusive: Producer of ‘Atlas Shrugged’ movie says part three of trilogy could be a musical
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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

Innlegg Vegard Martinsen 04 Mar 2011, 07:22

QIQrrr skrev:The Daily Caller, March 3, 2011: In a wide-ranging interview with The Daily Caller to be published Friday, John Aglialoro, the producer of the movie adaptation of the classic Ayn Rand novel “Atlas Shrugged,” hinted that part three of the movie trilogy might be made as a musical - TheDC Exclusive: Producer of ‘Atlas Shrugged’ movie says part three of trilogy could be a musical


Dette må være en spøk.
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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

Innlegg QIQrrr 04 Mar 2011, 08:04

Vegard Martinsen skrev:Dette må være en spøk.

Tja, hvem vet ... Aglialoro konsulterer Brandens:

    The Daily Caller, March 4, 2011: After the showing on Thursday, I walked over to Nathaniel Branden and also Barbara Branden was there and she saw it, and I was going to ask them what they thought, which meant a lot to me. Before I could ask for their question, I saw tears in their eyes, so I knew that I didn’t have to ask the question - 10 questions with the producer of ‘Atlas Shrugged’ John Aglialoro
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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

Innlegg QIQrrr 12 Mar 2011, 06:06


Yaron Brook of the Ayn Rand Institute discusses the Atlas Shrugged movie and the message of the novel.
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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

Innlegg Vegard Martinsen 13 Mar 2011, 07:19

The Objective Standard bringer denne innsiktsfulle anmeldelsen

http://www.theobjectivestandard.com/iss ... -part1.asp

som avslutter slik:

...Finally, some viewers will lament that the film, beyond the opening montage, does not effectively show the disintegration of American society due to the altruistic ideas and policies America has accepted. In the novel, Rand shows the practical implications of these ideas for everyone—the office worker who can no longer find parts for his typewriter, the tobacconist who laments that there are fewer and fewer cigarette manufacturers, the heirs of a failed company who must live with the bitter truth that Marx’s famous maxim is fatally flawed, and the businessmen who are forced to move down from the tops of their skyscrapers because the upper floors cannot be lighted or heated any longer. In the movie, however, beyond the opening montage and a passing reference to gasoline being $37.50 a gallon, there is little indication of the nation’s collapse.

But Atlas Shrugged: Part I is not the novel and it does not pretend to be. It is a fairly competently made, credible adaptation of one of the most complex novels ever written. Even with its flaws, the film is enjoyable and has wonderful moments, including some in which it captures the power of the novel—such as the party during which Dagny gets the Rearden Metal bracelet, the scene during which Hank hands over his ore mine to Paul Larkin, and the already mentioned scene during which Dagny and Hank discover the motor. Fans of Ayn Rand’s masterpiece likely will enjoy these scenes in particular and appreciate the movie generally. Those unfamiliar with the story will probably enjoy the movie as well and may find their curiosity sufficiently piqued to read the book. If so, they will be even more richly rewarded. All in all, Atlas Shrugged: Part I will be a satisfactory journey for many viewers and could help increase awareness of Rand’s work.
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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

Innlegg Onarki 13 Mar 2011, 19:05

Ut fra denne reviewen høres det for meg ut som om filmen ikke er dårlig og at den er så god som det overhode var mulig å håpe på, gitt budsjett og dagens kultur.
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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

Innlegg Vegard Martinsen 21 Mar 2011, 08:00

Onarki skrev:Ut fra denne reviewen høres det for meg ut som om filmen ikke er dårlig og at den er så god som det overhode var mulig å håpe på, gitt budsjett og dagens kultur.


Er enig i dette!
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Re: Atlas Shrugged, filmen

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