I didn't see it. Not in my viewing area, but had a conversation with a fellow ociffer who also expressed a desire to see it.
You see, having read the book, once, a long time ago, I appreciate Ayn Rand's objectivist philosophy as the perfect counterpoint to Marx.
But just as I know from history that following Marx leads to suffering. I also know that following Rand leads to large scale economic growth and inevitable corruption (humans are corrupt, Rand never dealt with this and simply washed the criminal element into the parasites). Unfortunately we can see that the free market without effective restrictions on immoral behavior leads to Enron, Worldcom, etc.
Because the fly in the ointment of Rand's philosophy is her stance that all effort or labor is in essence moral. As any criminal can tell you, morality has nothing to do with their efforts.
I think Cage The Elephant's "Ain't no rest for the Wicked" is an appropriate soundtrack for this post...