Review of the Movie “Noah”

Here’s a review of the movie “Noah” written by a pastor and old college friend of mine. He has some good insights. He writes:

It is to be expected that any “Bible” movie produced by Hollywood, from a classic like the 1956 production of “The Ten Commandments” starring Charlton Heston as Moses, to “The Passion of the Christ” released in 2004, will take artistic license. Yet what “Noah” does to the Biblical text is worse than what the botched 1988 Bill Murray comedy “Scrooged” does to the original Charles Dickens.

Here’s the link: Noah Review, by John Hanna


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2 responses to “Review of the Movie “Noah”

  1. I have no plans on seeing the movie. Of course, I don’t watch many movies anyway unless they are on Netflix and then I am picky. I had no doubt that Hollywood would mess up a biblical account. Always have it seems. You got to go way back to find any morality in Hollywood that would want to keep a movie pure and true to the story.

  2. Based on what I’ve heard, I have no plans to see it either.

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