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Noah (Darren Aronofksy, 2014)

Noah isn’t as long or boring a film as you’d expect it to be. It isn’t one of today’s typically bloated epics – even if the marketing does showcase computer-generated legions of angry hoards being thuggishly glowered at by Russell Crowe. 902 more words

Films

In the Beginning there was...Wine.

There was light and darkness, evening and morning, sea and sky – and there was Wine.

If any of you have seen Russell Crowe’s recent film,  494 more words

Cape Wine Academy

Noah

Marking the first of few belated reviews that will be hitting the page soon is Aronofsky’s Biblical epic, Noah. The films received some varied reviews, and I did approach slightly apprehensively. 389 more words

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Films, Les miserables

So, last week myself and my partner finally gained access to tv again. The lack of a tv wasn’t actually that big a deal for me, but she needs neighbours, holby city, casualty, greys anatomy and so on and so on. 304 more words

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Noah: what's the story?

It takes almost 40 days and 40 nights for one to form an opinion on Noah, the latest Biblical sacrifice of director Darren Aronofsky. 398 more words

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Herr lass Hirn vom Himmeln regnen!

“Hirn ist aus. Weißt du, die Quallen verzichteten zwar freiwillig als ich ihnen ein Buch andrehen wollte und etwas über meine Pläne erzählte, aber dafür bekamen einige der lustigen Echsen gleich zwei.” 1,202 more words

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ROMAN WALLYDAY: HOW LARRY, CURLY, MOE AND NERO REVIVED THE ROMAN EMPIRE by David Latta

The Colosseum of ancient Rome was a circus in more ways than one. Completed in 80AD, it hosted entertainment for the masses, and what entertainment it was! 503 more words

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