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Thursday, 27 March 2014

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mxyzptlk

The relative post for this comment is closed for this and all comments, so I'm posting it here.

Just curious if you were going to do one of your breakdown reviews of Noah, especially since it was made on the back of a graphic novel specifically created to sell the film. One of the better takes I've read looks at the film as a Midrashic interpretation of the story. Some of the camera work was interesting and there were a few clever cinematic moments, but some of the film's messages were written on anvils that fell from the ceiling onto your head. I don't know how Aronofsky hooked up those anvils in the theater, but he did.

The whole time, though, I kept thinking of Peter Weir's The Last Wave.

Scott Eric Kaufman

I'm waiting for a copy to arrive in the Onion's backend -- wow, that sounds awful, but you know what I mean -- but I do plan on writing something about it, have no fear.

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