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NOAH, 2014
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Director: Darren Aronofsky

Stars: Jennifer Connelly, Emma Watson, Logan Lerman, Russell Crowe

Review by Matthew Toffolo

SYNOPSIS:

The Biblical Noah suffers visions of an apocalyptic deluge and takes measures to protect his family from the coming flood.

REVIEW:

The theme of NOAH is whether we humans are worthy enough to live on this planet. It's perhaps the headiest theme in movie history. Noah works through his emotions throughout the entire film wondering if he and his kids are good enough to live. We have made a ton of mistakes he summarizes, and perhaps we are not good enough as the rest of the animals we're saving. Noah is really an idealist looking at him and the world in black and white terms and in the end he must realize that it's all a matter of 'grey' in order for him to save humanity.

Like millions of others, I heard of the story of Noah's Ark as a kid and I took it as a good story like many stories in the bible. They were good morality lessons to take from. Never did I take them as gospel or truth no matter how much my older superiors told me so. So I understand what director Darren Aronoksky is attempting to do with this film: tell a modern story of this fairy tale and have it relate to today's world. Instead of 100s of humans roaming around earth like in Noah's time, now there are 7 billion of us. And we are a selfish race, consuming other animals and resources as much as we please in order for us to have pleasure. For have of us 7 billion, we are past the survival stage and are now just roaming earth in the search of fulfillment. But at what cost?

I really liked NOAH. It's what an epic film should be. It's grand in scope but its story is timely and idealistic. It's exactly what we should be doing with these biblical stories: Reinterpret them to today's world so we can be entertained by them and also learns from them - because there is something to learn.

I thought Russell Crowe was born to play Noah. He's one of the greatest actors in the last 20 years whose legacy seems to be diminishing in the last 5 years because of his extra-curricular activities. In NOAH he shows us how great he is as he can go from angry tyrant to tender father and husband in a matter of seconds. There are times in this film that we love Noah for his pursuit of goodness and purity, and there are times where we can't stand him because of his stubbornness and unwillingness to see beyond his job. In the end he becomes an angry crazy person and the town drunk in a town a just 8 people, which was the funniest moment in the film. But he comes around after Emma Watson's character tells him and the audience what the movie was really about. And on us humans go. Perhaps there will be a time when we'll have to build an ark again.....

ACTORDarren Aronofsky
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ACTORJennifer Connelly
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ACTORSami Gayle
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