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Im going Sunday

By hckremer
Written July 28, 2014
You Bible freaks need to stop... You call yourself Christians when you can be so mean. Its just a Movie think of it as the Titanic we weren't there either.It is a true event that they embellished on... SO WHAT! Hollywood is usually on all of your liberal sides.... so it's about time! Yes.... Im a conservative republican.... Calm your asses down... as usual you freaks need yet something else to ***** and ***** and ***** about.... Get a Life! Sincerely Fed up
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I was entertained,and it does have me pondering...

By Lauriestarns
Written July 28, 2014
I was entertained. The movie is very dramatic, and although I don't believe there were "rock monsters" and that Cain was onboard the Ark hiding out, I do believe there could've been some similarities to the real story. I'm glad I went to see it because it has me thinking of how things must've been back then. It is a Hollywood movie, therefore, you have to take it as such. I do think Russell Crowe did an excellent job as Noah.
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Trailer gave it away

By sasori21eros
Written March 28, 2014
They said in the trailer that they took creative licences and they only kept the names and setting. If you are expecting a movie made by a Judeo-Christian director don't spend the money. If you expecting one man's view on what it would be like then go and leave your bible at the door this is no read along journey. As a movie it was interesting but it did paint God as a vague disinterested creator. *SPOILER ALERT* God basically gave Noah a vision of what was coming then just hit his world reset button and went to get some popcorn.
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Fandango Metrics are Flawed for Fan Critique

By musicaphile
Written March 28, 2014
It amazing that a total of 6 Jesus Freaks can push a "So-So" review to the front of a popular review section. Way to go Fandango. Your metrics are flawed. Reviews shouldn't kick in for fans until you get a good consortium. I suggest that you take the coding more seriously. Hide the Fan Reviews until a total of It amazing that a total of 6 Jesus Freaks can push a "So-So" review to the front of a popular review section. Way to go Fandango. Your metrics are flawed. Reviews shouldn't kick in for fans until you get a good consortium. I suggest that you take the coding more seriously. Hide the Fan Reviews until a total of <100 fans drop reviews. I'll come back and drop a decent review later.
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God help us

By withcranes
Written March 28, 2014
I feel bad about saying 'no' because of the effort of those who poured their talent in to making this epic melodramatic/fantasy wash-out. It felt over fluffed, tear soaked and desperate. I almost walked out during the last 25 minutes, but I hung in out of pity for the actors and true believers present . It felt like 4 hours. Here, Noah seems to assume the roles of Abraham and Job as well. Facing the painful duty of slaughtering his own grandbabies while being betrayed and misunderstood by his children and ever distressed wife. Even worse, the man who murdered Noah's father (which, of course, Noah witnessed as a child), is now a hidden aboard the ark eating the animals and plotting Noah's assassination with one of Noah's perpetually brooding sons. It seems no one likes him but the giant four armed rock monsters. If so much fluff and fill was needed, why not expand the glorious creation scene? Which was only about 2 minutes long. Rather than add 10 parts to 1 of pure nonsense.
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