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Somewhat rhetorical question regarding "Either-Or"

- - - - - Atlas Shrugged part 2

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Who the hell is Luke Stone?
(See "cast" in imdb link)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1985017/

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I don't remember any Luke Stone in Atlas. He does look a bit like how Galt was described. Perhaps he's playing Galt but they listed it as a psyuedo name so it would be a surprise?

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Ugg.
I thought the first one was awful to the point that I felt embarrassed for everyone involved in it.
Now with this "Luke Stone" business I don't have very high hopes for the next one.
"You will be always victorious if you will never enter into any contest where the issue does not wholly depend upon yourself."

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After watching part 1, I re-read part 1 of the book and was surprised that almost every line of dialogue in the movie was accurate. I think it accomplishes what Ayn Rand said the movie would do, which is bring attention to the book. At least they didn't butcher the message.


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