russell crowe noah

Sometimes I avoid controversial movies until the brouhaha has died down, dried up and blown away like a tumbleweed in an old western. I like to watch those movies with a fresh eye, but with Noah, it turns out the fuss last Spring was actually much more entertaining than the film.
For those who haven't seen Darren Aronofsky's "Noah," there is one scene in which the titular character (Russell Crowe) recants
Now I get why some Christians are upset at Noah. They want and expect an exact rendering of Scripture's account portrayed on the big screen. Perhaps they wanted Hollywood to undo what the Church has done to Noah and the Ark for the past 50 years
One thing you can't say about Noah, the big budget reimagining of the biblical flood fable (starring Russell Crowe as the titular boat builder) is that it lacks in ambition.
Even in extreme drought, 40 days and 40 nights of rain is not the answer.
February 2014: Aronofsky reveals he granted Paramount the rights to select the final cut of "Noah" in exchange for an elevated
Here are some of the Christian leaders' reactions: "'Noah' is big and bold and entertaining, and without a doubt pro-faith
Crowe, who is known for his quick temper, was equally measured, calling his participation in the audience “a privilege.” Some
“For Jews and Christians, and possibly Muslims, it’s a sign of judgment, that judgment is real and there will be judgment
"Noah" director Darren Aronofsky and the movie's distributor, Paramount Pictures, have run a fierce campaign trying to convince Christian audiences that their biblical epic isn't some sort of environmental crusade or diatribe against overpopulation.