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Noah: A Biblical Floodfest Mostly Running Aground

If anyone remembers it correctly, the story of Noah is a pretty brief one. For one, a lot gets packed into the section of Genesis, all leading up to the mother of all Old Testament climaxes: the flood. 591 more words


It's Good Friday, so let's talk "NOAH" the movie.

It’s been now two weeks since I saw “Noah” by Darren Aronofsky, and it didn’t disappoint. Once again he has directed a movie that sticks with you long after you leave the movie theater, and that’s why it has taken me this long to write about it. 872 more words



With all the excitement about the new ‘Noah’ movie starring Russell Crowe (left), released by Paramount UK, we decided to reprint an article which first appeared in our August 2012 edition. 2,767 more words

Bible Studies

'Noah' Oscar Campaign Gets Early Start

Hoping to avoid the Oscar flood, Paramount has invited Academy voters to see “Noah” in theaters, using their membership cards for admission.

Oscar campaigns often start at least a year before the ceremonies, but most of the strategizing is done behind closed doors, preparing for later in the year. 194 more words


Movie Review - Noah (2014)

Director: Darren Aronofsky

Stars: Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, Ray Winstone, Anthony Hopkins, Douglas Booth, Leo McHugh Carroll

Noah is the epic retelling of the Bible story in which Noah is commanded by God to build an ark in which he will shepherd the animals of the world to safety while a great flood cleanses the Earth of all the sin and wickedness. 996 more words

"Is this the end of everything?" Noah - review.

Driven by a stout performance from Russell Crowe as the protector of creation, Noah’s effective mix of Old Testament brutality and stunning modern day visuals make Darren Aronofsky’s biblical epic a slightly better-than-average affair. 493 more words

Review: A Beautiful Mind (2001)

As Russell Crowe’s brilliant mathematician is beaten in a game of Go, he shouts “The game is flawed – I had the first move, I should have won”, and stomps off – how could he possibly be bested, how could his perfect opening be conquered. 714 more words