Watch Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt? on iTunes and Amazon Now

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Watch Atlas Shrugged: Who is John Galt? right NOW.

The conclusion of the epic trilogy is now available on iTunes and Amazon, as well as many other digital platforms for instant streaming. So tonight, kick back, relax, and watch the motor of the world grind to a halt...

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Watch on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/atlas-...

Watch on Amazon Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00R2LZ...

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You can also purchase "hard copies" (DVD or Blu-ray discs) of the entire trilogy or parts 1, 2, and 3 separately here: http://store.atlasshruggedmovie.com/dvds...

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More streaming options:
- CinemaNow: http://bit.ly/ASP3CinemaNow
- Sony: http://bit.ly/ASP3Sony
- Xbox: http://bit.ly/ASP3Xbox
- Google: http://bit.ly/ASP3Google
- Vudu: http://bit.ly/ASP3Vudu
- Barnes and Noble: http://bit.ly/ASP3BarnesNoble
- MGO: http://bit.ly/ASP3MGO
- Target: http://bit.ly/ASP3Target

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  • Posted by  $  Ben_C 2 years, 3 months ago
    Speaking of the Atlas Shrugged movie etc, whatever happened to the Kickstarter campaign? I kicked in some money but have not received the goodies.
    As for the signed cells etc, all of these are in my collection of historical documents and relevant literature including One Hundred Year Leap etc. Someday my great grandkids will read these is awe.
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  • Posted by  $  Technocracy 2 years, 3 months ago
    How does this harm the value you acknowledged by purchasing the physical copy?

    You will, or already have gotten, your physical copy. Streaming it makes it available to more people sooner, including you.

    After all the biggest complaint initially, was having to wait so long, this addresses that.
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    • Posted by  $  RobertFl 2 years, 3 months ago
      I didn't say I was harmed. Only that I already bought a license to the movie, but that license won't arrive until after Jan 1.
      Yes, steaming makes it available to people sooner. Which is why I would have preferred that option back in November when I early ordered the DVD.
      My only real gripe is, the DVD sale, and video streaming should have been announced at the same time. Just like people prefer eBooks over physical books, I would have preferred the Streaming option over the disc. Now, I have a disc that won't arrive for nearly a month, and I don't have the streaming option unless I pay twice.
      I think that's a valid gripe. Most video distributions, squeeze the disc sales as much as they can before releasing the video to stream. That wasn't the case here. They announced the DVD, and then they released the stream before they shipped the DVD.
      Where was my value, or incentive for pre-ordering? There wasn't. I would have been rewarded by waiting because I would have gotten to see the movie before those that waited for the DVD to arrive, and I would have saved money because the streaming option was cheaper then the disc option.
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      • Posted by  $  Technocracy 2 years, 3 months ago
        Maybe that distribution arrangement had not been made when the physical distribution was announced.

        If its that important to you contact them about your dvd order to cancel it and do the stream instead.
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    • Posted by Robbie53024 2 years, 3 months ago
      At an extra cost.
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      • Posted by  $  Technocracy 2 years, 3 months ago
        You didn't answer the question Robbie.

        How does it harm you?

        You do not have to pay for the streamed version unless you choose to. It is simply another option added for everyone. Expecting it to be free, is not rational, server space and bandwidth all cost money.

        So choose it or not as you will, but I am glad they took the step to add this option for people that want to exercise it.
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        • Posted by Robbie53024 2 years, 3 months ago
          I didn't say that it harmed me, and I'm not the one complaining. But I understand those who feel slighted by not having the options communicated ahead of time so that they could make an informed decision.

          For me, my Blu-Ray arrived on Wed and I'm one happy camper ;-)
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  • Posted by fudge786 2 years, 3 months ago
    I think it's rude you didn't tell us these digital versions were going to be available before the DVDs would be delivered.

    Living in Australia, I pre-ordered the DVD with my fingers crossed in the hope it would arrive before a family holiday this January. Not only that, but postage cost almost as much as the movie.

    I definitely would've saved the hassle and saved my money, and just bought the digital version if I knew it was going to be available before Christmas.

    As an extra annoyance that you probably didn't consider, we haven't seen the movie yet because it wasn't shown at the cinemas here. So now I'll be waiting several weeks to see it for the first time on DVD, over the holiday period, when the movie is available to me to watch right now if I essentially pay for it a third time.
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    • Posted by  $  RobertFl 2 years, 3 months ago
      Yes, it's a shame. Technically, we already own a license to view it, so we should be able to stream it for free now.
      Perhaps we should contact the N.Korean's and see if they can pirate us a copy.
      This proud micro-producer is feeling screwed.
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      • Posted by  $  khalling 2 years, 3 months ago
        robert, whoa. I see you're disappointed, but there was no promise given to you that the movies would not be streamed. Personally, I very much wanted my signed copy of the movie in my hand. But I am streaming it tonight :) I haven't seen it yet. I have been waiting a long time too
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        • Posted by  $  RobertFl 2 years, 3 months ago
          I didn't order the Bluray because I don't have a bluray player. Unkless it was signed by Reagan, I didn't see a real value in a signed copy. I really didn't want to own the physical DVD because I would have rather just been able to stream it. But, It appeared as though the DVD would be available before the streaming ability so, I purchased it because I wanted to see the movie. Fewer and fewer people have physical video libraries.
          I agree this needs to be viewed by the masses, however, I will not buy it for them. I've done that before only to see the look of moocher in their eyes afterwards wondering if I had anything else to watch. The ones that would appreciate, are already buying a copy.
          The point being, in a few months, the streaming version will be available for rent, they could have done that now, OR, they could have provided a means for those that already ordered it, to stream it for free now. It's just sort of crappy that they put the bluray out before the DVD, and then after pre-orders, put the stream out before shipping the DVD.

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          • Posted by  $  khalling 2 years, 3 months ago
            I'm not sure who the "they" is in your scenario. I think Atlas Productions probably sells the rights to distribution to another company. They may not be calling all the shots or choosing the timing.
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