Atlas Shrugged: Part II, a quick taste of Rand's philosophy
Boy, I sure wish John Galt were president. He'd know how to fix the country! A cross between Jesus, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Alan Greenspan, Galt (D.B. Sweeney) is the enigmatic, shadowy power that animates the momentous events in Atlas Shrugged: Part II, the soporific, seemingly interminable second part of a projected three-part adaptation of self-styled philosopher Ayn Rand's sophomoric 1957 novel.