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Review: Entertaining and unique, I thought.
A humorless Noah must reflect a humorless God.
Review: I was wondering at what point Theodore was going to "catch himself" but I dont think he ever did...(read more)
Review: Paul G. continues to give outstanding performances. He has a subtlety of expressing emotion that is...(read more)
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Review: In my study of history, I learned and basically believe that slave owners did see their slaves as...(read more)
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Review: This movie came within a nano-second of being cast off as irreparably offensive. I am referring to...(read more)
Review: I detect no creeping commercialism at all in this new production. Very happy about this. You can...(read more)
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Review: Reminiscent of Hitchcock's Psycho toward the end when he goes to confront the suspect's mother in...(read more)
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