First Reactions of Darren Aronofsky's NOAH

After yesterday's Twitter reactions to Captain America: The Winter Soldier, feedback on the biblical epic Noah has hit the web. Are the reactions good or bad? Read on to check it out.

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By staypuffed - 3/11/2014
The upcoming biblical film Noah had its world premiere in Mexico last night, and plenty of Twitter users had some things to say. A lot of these reactions were positive, with many completing the movie's marketing for keeping secrets, but pointed out it is destined to be quite polarising. Here are some of the opinions.
































NOAH
Release:
March 28, 2014
Director: Darren Aronofsky
Screenwriter: Darren Aronofsky, Ari Handel
Starring: Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Ray Winstone, Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, Anthony Hopkins
Plot: The Biblical Noah sees visions of an apocalyptic deluge and takes measures to protect his family from the coming flood.
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MrCBM56 - 3/11/2014, 5:21 PM
Damn. The religious arguments that will come out of this will become real annoying real quick. Whatever. I'm looking forward to this!
mumbz - 3/11/2014, 5:24 PM
I wonder how long? 40 days and 40 nights?
TopCat89 - 3/11/2014, 5:27 PM
The religious arguments that follow, will be of.....biblical proportions!

Starfox - 3/11/2014, 5:42 PM
vague reactions...
SauronsBANE1 - 3/11/2014, 5:49 PM
Devin Faraci is a hell of a writer over at badassdigest, I completely trust what he's saying about Noah. Take away the idiotic religious debates that will inevitably come from it (idiotic because NO ONE should be expecting this to be Passion of the Christ, or even Biblically accurate at all), and it should be a great time at the theaters.
QuestionMarkMan - 3/11/2014, 5:52 PM
Evan Almighty 2 is a better title
whoa123 - 3/11/2014, 6:00 PM
I'm really excited to see this.
quasi95 - 3/11/2014, 6:21 PM
Hmm
Poop
SuperCat - 3/11/2014, 6:45 PM
Still not sure if I'm going to see this when it hits theaters or wait for the DVD. Movie doesn't look bad though.
marvel72 - 3/11/2014, 7:08 PM
watch this its brilliant.

Enphlieuwince - 3/11/2014, 8:26 PM
Not one of the reviews was 100% positive. I'm thinking at least 1 of these guys should have been completely blown away.
Luminus - 3/12/2014, 12:49 AM
"Biblical epic meets fantasy"

Best redundant phrase ever.
Luminus - 3/12/2014, 12:50 AM
Oh, wait....

"Biblically accurate" courtsey of SauronsBANE1.

Congratulations. You've won the Oxymoron award for the day.
antoineflemming - 3/12/2014, 12:00 PM
Waiting for Bravado to come in here with his usual crap.
SauronsBANE1 - 3/12/2014, 12:11 PM
We get it Luminus, you're convinced the Bible isn't real. You should probably stop acting as if that puts you in some kind of elite minority of people who are so above religion, because you're not. That's teenage behavior, and it's annoying.

Biblically accurate means just what it sounds like it means...an accurate re-telling of the stories as presented in the Bible. NOT "everything in the Bible is 100% accurate as it relates to the real world." You have an unnecessary, completely common agenda that doesn't make you special in the least. Buzz off.
Rambaldi47 - 3/12/2014, 12:53 PM
Not to add fuel to the fire, but I'm one of those who puts the bible in the same category as Lord of the Rings. Greatest fiction ever told.
Blastaar - 3/13/2014, 9:48 PM
Firstly, Noah is a character who is based off of another previous character called "Utnafishtim" within the Ancient Sumerian/Babylonian Tablets. Secondly, Hollywood white-washing EVERY biblical character is extremely old, ignorant, geographically, historically, ethnically, archeologically inaccurate, and racist.

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