"Noah": Hollywood Goes Biblical Again
Another film of biblical proportions.

The first trailer for Darren Aronofsky's star-studded "Noah" is here, and they didn't pull any punches with the thespian drama, combat scenes, or CGI animals. Hollywood obviously hasn't lost its imaginative connection to the Old Testament.

Pastors: will you be engaging with the film in your ministry? Why or why not? If so, how?

November 14, 2013

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John F.

November 21, 2013  1:42pm

I'm quite certain this movie will be exciting to watch but disappointing for those who may expect a biblically accurate rendition of the life of Noah. Hollywood has never tried to be faithful to biblical text. My hope is that there will still be enough there to communicate God's wrath against sin yet His faithfulness to provide new beginnings.

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Captain Gary

November 19, 2013  4:33pm

Great music. Great actor. Great story. Great special effects. Great opportunity to start discussion with Biblical illiterate church and society. Am glad to see isn't portrayed as building the ark in a bubble.

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Frank V.

November 17, 2013  9:21am

Hadn't heard about this one. Wonder how much of it will contradict the biblical account. Seems to be the running pattern with "biblical" films.

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sheerahkahn

November 14, 2013  5:58pm

"Hollywood obviously hasn't lost itsimaginativeconnection to the Old Testament." Imaginative indeed...biblically accurate...hmm...maybe, but historically accurate...yeah, I'm not holding my breath.

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Josh

November 14, 2013  1:18pm

Looks great. I always thought the OT narratives were the action/adventure stories of Scripture. And I'm glad "Master and Commander" Russell Crowe has another ship to command.

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