Noah (The movie) returned to the screen last night, not the big screen this time, the T.V. screen thing. Did you see it!? Check this out, how Noah, in the new movie, Blew It.
Noah blew it.
Let me tell you how. First let’s say creative license does allow a movie like “Noah” to re-create Noah into a new mythology. Then let’s say it’s O.K. to create a new story. Even if it’s Different from the Old Story.
Bill Mahr, of late night T.V. fame, who doesn’t like God, when reviewing the movie “Noah”, figures both stories are made up, that both are impossible fantasy. He said Christians are mad at “Noah ” (the movie) because “…this made up story doesn’t stay true to their made up story.” He’s saying you don’t like the new myth because you still believe the old myth.
“Noah’s” director, Darren Aronofsky, says, “Here’s a New story. It is a bit different from the Old story.” (O. K. maybe he didn’t “say” that. The quote is an example of creative license.)
And so “Noah’s” director, with (re)creative license, makes up a…
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