Train Wreck Returning To The Echo Chamber

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Burt Likko

Pseudonymous Portlander. Homebrewer. Atheist. Recovering litigator. Recovering Republican. Recovering Catholic. Recovering divorcé. Recovering Former Editor-in-Chief of Ordinary Times. House Likko's Words: Scite Verum. Colite Iusticia. Vivere Con Gaudium.

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  1. Two Atlas Shrugged movies.  Zero The Moon is a Harsh Mistress movies.

    God exists, and He’s an asshole.Report

  2. Wow. Atlas Shrugged II. This all almost sounds like a plot to discredit capitalism.Report

  3. Avatar wardsmith says:

    Been looking for a good place to post this.Report

  4. Avatar wardsmith says:

    Whoops, looks like I’ll have to do it the old fashioned way.Report

  5. Avatar Rufus F. says:

    The first one left too many answers unhammered?Report

  6. Avatar Scott says:

    Can’t be as bad as some of the other crappy Hollywood turns out.Report

  7. I really hope Atlas Shrugged does really well on DVD.  I saw it in theatres and ABSOLUTELY LOVED IT.  Jsu Garcia was wonderful as Francisco D’Anconia and I thought they did just such a wonderful job with Ayn Rand’s classic.  (I worked with Jsu Garcia on the feature film he did after Atlas Shrugged – The Wayshower)  Atlas Shrugged has such a powerful message, so appropriate for today and the world we’re living in right now.  Definitely feels like there are many wonderful movies coming out helping to lift consciousness.  I mean Harry Potter, while they’re fantasy, they’re really bringing an incredible message for both young and old – about going within and finding your strength and being the change and goodness you want more of in your world.  And Inception, Adjustment Bureau, and more.

    Working on the movie ‘The Wayshower’, (inspired by the life of John-Roger) with Jsu Garcia, (and favorites Academy Award nominees Eric Roberts and Sally Kirkland) was incredible and I really hope it gets massive attention when it’s released next March.  It’s so courageous and forward thinking in regards to a very metaphysical abstract portrayal of the journey we all take throughout life and the relationships we have with special mentors and teachers – special Wayshowers that enrich and change our lives forever.  I loved this movie so much.  So different and ground breaking.  Check it out: http://thewayshower.com (sign up for free fanletter including free screening invites)Report

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