Posted: April 12, 2014 | Author: Donald | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Anthony Hopkins, Ari Handel, Darren Aronofsky, Douglas Booth, Emma Watson, Jennifer Connelly, Leo McHugh Carroll, Logan Lerman, Nick Nolte, Noah, Ray Winstone, Russell Crowe | Leave a comment »
There is one profoundly profound bit of dialog in Noah, the new “Biblical” (I put that in quotes because, well, there have been some complaints about just how Biblical it really is, so, you know, don’t want to make the Big Guy upstairs angry cause, let’s face it, after seeing this movie, one thing is clear, when he gets mad, he gets pissed, know what I mean?…anyway), the new “Biblical” epic from writers Ari Handel and Darren Aronofsky, the latter of whom also directed.
At one point, Noah seems to really lose it and starts planning some rather terrifying and somewhat shocking actions that most people would suggest are not of the most Godly kind, to say the least. His middle son, Ham, states that he thought God chose Noah because Noah was good. Noah’s response is, no, God chose him because he could get the job done. Read the rest of this entry »