AS I was draggy, AS II was almost watchable.
AS III was enough to set back the conservative movement 100 years. The director couldnt make up his mind whether it was 1940 (vintage TVs with VHF and broken UHF knobs) or 2014 (cell phones, big screen flat screen monitors, and 2012 vintage wines in the Gulch), which made it quite distracting.
The continuity of the movie was also abysmal. The narrator reminds us of how, with no copper, the power grids are barely operational, breaking down frequently, yet they show New York fully illuminated at night, with no lack of good lighting at the W-F Hotel.
However, it was all over for me when, after Galt hacked Thompsons great speech to the public with a greatly abbreviated (from the book) version of his own, they immediately switched to Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck and Ron Paul blathering on and on and on in their usual manner. At this point, my friend, who thinks that Republicans have horns, starting laughing out loud at much of the rest of the movie. I, on the other hand, tried to make light of it, all the while cringing in my seat at what a farce this had devolved into.
If I didnt know better, I would swear that Michael Moore had secretly written the script for the last hour, deliberately making the characters look like total buffoons.
On a scale of 1-10, I give this a -5. Dont waste your time, and dont bring your liberal friends with you, expecting them to see or understand that Thompsons government is too close to todays Washington for comfort.