Hollywood’s NOAH has a Dirty Little Secret
Here are two things Paramount Pictures, the producers of Russell Crowe’s NOAH, don’t want you to know:
While we don’t agree with his theology, Glenn Beck recently saw the completed version of NOAH and said, “I always thought of Noah as more of a nice, gentle guy, prophet of God…and less of the homicidal maniac that Paramount found in the Bible somehow or another…That is more of the Noah in the Babylonian Chainsaw Massacre–running around, not kidding, trying to kill his whole family… It’s not just a biblically bad movie because it treats a prophet of God like a lunatic. There’s no redeeming value in Noah, none. He hates people…He tries to kill his own family…It’s crazy. Crazy… It’s a $100 million disaster. That’s what it is.”
Darren Aronofsky, writer and director of NOAH has said, “Noah is the least biblical biblical film ever made. I don't give a f*** about the test scores! My films are outside the scores...”
Here’s that dirty little secret. Paramount Pictures is also responsible for distributing the award-winning The Wolf of Wall Street, which broke a Guinness World Record by using the f-word more than 500 times. The movie also used the name of Jesus Christ in blasphemy 15 times (including "Jesus f**** Christ!" a number of times), as well as blaspheming God's name an additional 45 times. If I support Noah I’m filling their pockets so that they can make more movies like “The Wolf of Wall Street.”
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“I could not take my eyes away from the screen, and when it was over, I cried…” —Janet Parshall, “In the Market with Janet Parshall,” Moody Radio
“Just saw the movie and I thought it was so good..” Timothy Learn
“I loved the movie. I'm an administrative pastor and plan to show it in our church…” Londa Salazar
“Loved the Noah movie.” Sina Tanoi
"I bought and watched your Noah movie today; it was tremendous!” Priscilla Biggers
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Here is my take on Hollywood’s NOAH:
Paramount Pictures recently stated "The film is inspired by the story of Noah. While artistic license has been taken, we believe that this film is true to the essence, values, and integrity of a story that is a cornerstone of faith for millions of people worldwide. The biblical story of Noah can be found in the book of Genesis."
The Bible tells us that the Ark was made of gopher wood. Hollywood didn’t even go for gopher wood. The Scriptures say eight were on the ark. It seems that they can’t count. The Ark was supposed to be boarded by “kinds” of animals. They blew that. What were they thinking when their boat-building psychopath vowed to murder his grandchildren?
They painted a righteous man “who found grace in the sight of God” as a murderous crazy drunk. The Ark landed on the mountains of Ararat. Theirs lands on a cliff next to a beach. The movie doesn’t take “artistic licence”; the artists did a whole new paint job. They said “This film is true to the essence, values, and integrity of a story that is a cornerstone of faith for millions.” It reminds me of an old song by Paul Simon, where he sang, "Now who do, who do you think you're foolin'?" No wonder it was listed as “Fiction.”
Pic. Russell Crowe in a scene from “Noah,” due for release in late March (Photograph: Niko Tavernise/Paramount Pictures)
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